Another lady who Launches: KD Grace

The wonderful KD Grace has a new racy novel, The Pet Shop. I fell in love with KD’s work last year when I read The Initiation of Miss Holly and a host of her shorts – I fell in love with KD when I read her blog. She is insightful, funny and thoughtful about all aspects of being an erotica writer. If I ever have doubts about my chosen genre, I head on over there for comfort and renewed enthusiasm.
And while I’m fed up to have missed the party Launch party on Friday, I hear it was the bomb! So big congratulations. Click on the book cover to read all about it – and keep reading for an extract and where to buy…


The Pet Shop

Blurb
An
erotic novel by best-selling author K D Grace.
In
appreciation for a job well done, STELLA JAMES ‘s boss sends her a pet – a
human pet. The mischievous TINO comes straight from THE PET SHOP complete with
a collar, a leash, and an erection. Stella soon discovers the pleasure of
keeping Pets, especially this one, is extremely addicting.
Obsessed
with Tino and with the reclusive philanthropist, VINCENT EVANSTON, who looks
like Tino, but couldn’t be more different, Stella is drawn into the secret
world of The Pet Shop. As her animal lust awakens, Stella must walk the thin
line that separates the business of pleasure from the more dangerous business
of the heart or suffer the consequences.
Excerpt
“YOU CAN’T BE SERIOUS,” O’Kelly said,
nearly dropping the phone. “You can’t really mean to give Stella James
Tino for the whole weekend. Wouldn’t a nice gift voucher from Selfridges be
more appropriate?”
The Boss offered her a tolerant chuckle on the
other end of the phone. “Didn’t she tell you she thought an occasional
shag wasn’t too much to ask for doing such a demanding job?”
“Yes, but she was joking. I’m sure she never
expected–”
“Well, she’s right. It isn’t too much to
ask, is it? She’s a very dedicated employee, and we’ve always done our best to
reward dedicated employees, especially one with such promise, one that we have
such plans for.”
“Yes but–”
“Hasn’t she met and surpassed our
expectations since she’s joined Strigida, and didn’t we both agree she’s
exactly what we’re looking for?”
“Yes, but–”
“She’s not in a relationship, right?”
She rolled her eyes and glanced down at her
watch. He was on a roll. Nothing for it now but to hear him out.
“No relationship, no family. Stella can
afford to live in London because she has no life outside of work, all factors
we took into account when we hired her. There’s no arguing she doesn’t have
time for sex.” He paused long enough for a quick breath. “Sorry to
say that’s the way of the world these days. All work and no play. Very sad.
Very sad indeed.”
“Yes, sir. It is sad, but, sir, Tino?”
“Yes. Tino.”
“OK, maybe for a couple of hours, maybe.
But surely not for the whole weekend.”
“Yes, for the whole weekend, O’Kelly, from
Friday night till Sunday evening. Every last second of it.”
O”Kelly rubbed her forehead impatiently then
rolled her shoulders to loosen the knots, which she could always count on the
Boss to tighten. “It’s not that the woman doesn’t deserve a weekend of
blow-your-brains-out sex. God knows she does, but …”
“But what, O’Kelly? Get to the point.”
O”Kelly squirmed uncomfortably in her seat.
She found the whole thing a bit embarrassing, actually. “Well, sir, she’s
just so …”
“So what?”
“She’s just so tight laced, so prim and
proper. I don’t know – all business. I can’t help but wonder if we’ve made a
mistake, and even if we haven’t, a weekend with Tino is just so hardcore at
this stage, don’t you think?” She straightened in her chair and brushed
her skirt free of the few remaining crumbs from the sandwich she had wolfed for
lunch. “I can’t picture her being the kind who could appreciate or even be
able to handle a weekend with Tino.”
“Prim and proper? Really? You just told me
she was joking about the company providing sex as a fringe benefit for its
overworked employees. Doesn’t sound very prim and proper to me. In fact she
sounds like exactly the woman we’ve been looking for.”
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Bio
K D
Grace was born with a writing obsession. It got worse once she actually learned
HOW to write. There’s no treatment for it. It’s progressive and chronic and
quite often interferes with normal, everyday functioning. She might actually be
concerned if it wasn’t so damned much fun most of the time.
K D’s
erotic romance novels, The Initiation of Ms Holly and The Pet Shop, both published
by Xcite Books, are available from all good paperback and eBook retailers.
Her
erotica has been published with Xcite Books, Mammoth, Cleis Press, Black Lace,
Erotic Review, Ravenous Romance, Sweetmeats Press and Scarlet Magazine.
Find
out more about K D Grace on her website, http://kdgrace.co.uk.
She’s also on Facebook and Twitter.

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