A sexy thriller about a female assassin penetrating the defenses of a big businessman in a dangerous but sizzling mission – a fast-paced adventure with plenty of heat along the way…
Angel Monroe’s latest mission brings her to the skyscraper of elusive billionaire David Serra, a man whose aggression in the boardroom is matched by his hedonism in the bedroom.
Can Angel complete her assignment successfully and satisfy the cravings that constantly threaten to overwhelm her?
High Rise is an intense, exciting and graphic erotic thriller that will take your breath away.
The Review: Angel Monroe is a blonde bombshell with the emphasis on bombshell, engaging in a little corporate raiding, assassin-style. She has a professional’s skills, a veteran’s composure, but with an addict’s weakness, in this case for full-on bisexual contact, with this particular episode offering some interesting power play as she attempts her hit, with enough twists to keep the suspense going and the reader gripped.
Andrea Milani has a confident, light and highly readable style, with pace that never lets up. There’s a good splash of glamor to this adventure, sparkling sex with a dash of danger, but none of it gets in the way of the runaway pace that keeps the thrill within this erotic thriller until the very last sentence.
There’s a nice ripple of humor in the interactions of the lead character with her opponents, but thankfully there’s none of the ridiculous sniggering gosh-aren’t-I-naughty self-parody that seems to blight so much erotic fiction.
It reads like a glimpse into a series of episodes, with enough backstory to make this story accessible having not read of the talented Ms Monroe before, without descending into expositional pap that would threaten the pace.
At 10,000 words there’s not too much room for plot complications, it’s a relatively straightforward mission without any kind of long-term mystery to solve or complex villain to reveal, but it certainly whets the appetite for more, and perhaps a full-length adventure.
Huge fun, this comes much recommended.