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Sensationally sexy summer read
on 2 May 2014
I'd never heard of Emma Sayle before seeing her one morning on ITV's morning show with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby. She came across as a confident, self-assured young lady and was plugging this book so I thought I'd give it a whirl.
Boy, was I glad I did. Emma has led a rather interesting life and that's putting it mildly. A Home Counties blonde, she has travelled the world and had many adventures, not all of them of the carnal variety although there were a few of those.
A few years ago, she got the idea of running parties in which young, attractive people could indulge their passions and fetishes, with a twist - the women were in charge. Thus was born Killing Kittens, a place where women rule the roost. Single men are apparently not allowed at the parties and if they approach a woman unbidden they are shown the door. This is where the book gets very interesting, very interesting indeed.
I won't spoil it too much for you - you should read the stories yourself. They are real eye-openers, written in a candid, well-constructed style.
The book is a thumping great read and excellent value for money, even if you pay full whack for it rather than buying it from amazon.
It's sexy not sleazy, funny not freaky and entertainingly erotic. I could have done with some photographs but hey I have a vivid imagination...