Silk Stalkings by Kelli Scott

Silk Stalkings by Kelli Scott
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing, Inc.
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Short Story (110 pages)
Other: M/F, Spanking
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Lotus

Yancey Peters, a researcher at the local newspaper, is on a mission to beef up her sexual resumé. Men in her past have told her she is the kind of woman you marry, not the kind you fool around with. The problem is that none of the men she’s dated are ready to settle down. Yancey decides to transform herself from a plain Jane to a hot chick and embark on a sexual exploration phase of her own before settling down.

Diego Ramos, a towtruck driver, is through with reckless women who wear short skirts, sexy silk stockings and high heels. Until he meets Yancey, that is. He thought he was ready to settle down, find a wholesome wife and start a family. Yancey makes him realize he might have one more carefree fling in him after all.

Unfortunately, Yancey has caught the eye of another admirer who wants more than she’s willing to give.

How to snare a man when all the men she has dated told her she’s not the kind of woman someone would marry? Yancey had to re-do herself pronto, but maybe now she’s gone too far?

Yancey Peters is a methodical fact checker for a local newspaper who is dependable and responsible. When all the guys she dated kept dumping her for a certain kind of woman, she decided that that’s what she needed to turn herself into – hot and adventurous. Despite her aversion to getting her nails and hair done, Yancey puts up with the primping to get what she wants – a very sexy appearance. She studied other women and emulated them to the point that she would turn heads and get lots of attention, including some unwanted and dangerous attention.

Diego Ramos is a reliable tow truck driver with his own growing towing business, who happens to be in the right place at the right time to rescue a damsel in distress. Yancey was getting unwanted attention from another shopper and Diego jumped in to rescue her. Unbeknownst to them, a sinister stalker caused Diego to need to continually rescue Yancey from further mishaps, throwing them together in one situation after another. Even though Diego thinks his days of dating hot women are in the past because he feels that it’s time he settled down to start a family, he can’t resist what he thinks is one more fling.

Silk Stalkings was very enjoyable with its quick-paced storyline and likeable heroine and hero. Even though I had a very good idea who the stalker was, I still wanted to follow the story to the end to find out exactly how things turned out. Some very sexy moments in public places amp up the heat factor for a very hot read!

I highly recommend Silk Stalkings for a sizzling good read with some intrigue thrown in the mix. I am planning on looking for more stories from Ms. Scott since I enjoyed Silk Stalkings so much. I would love to run into someone like Diego anytime I need to be rescued! Maybe I should trade in my new car for a clunker that would more likely need to get towed!!!

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