Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Review: Rapunzel by Selena Kitt

Rapunzel by Selena Kitt

Publisher: eXcessica Publishing
Genre: Erotic Romance


Heat Rating: 3

 
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Blurb
 
Rachel runs Rapunzel’s, a high-end salon on the lower level of a downtown Chicago high rise and lives happily in self-imposed exile in an apartment at the top of the tower—that is until Jake Malden walks in with his teen daughter, Emma, and presents Rachel with a dilemma. Young Emma is determined to defy her mother’s wishes and get her long, beautiful, untouched hair cut off so she can donate it to charity to honor a friend with cancer. Rachel’s decision to cut the girl’s hair starts a snowball of drama, turmoil and hidden secrets rolling downhill on a course with destiny that no one is able to stop, one that ultimately threatens not only Rachel’s livelihood, but her slowly melting heart as well.

Warnings: This title contains graphic language and sex and makes mention of vibrators, hockey, cappuccinos, silk panties, thigh highs, cheerleaders, big bald gay men, lawyers, ex-wives and contains one very hot, very sexy, and quite unforgettable limo ride.


Stacey's Review

Another installment of Selena Kitt’s wonderfully wicked fairy tale’s. She takes everything you’ve ever thought you knew about happy endings and shows you what TRUE love really is. I have loved every single one of her books in this series and I have never been disappointed. These are the fairy tales you can truly believe in.

Rachel owns a high end salon that caters to the rich. She spends day and night making other people achieve the one thing she no longer can. The ability to feel beautiful. Sure, she has long, gorgeous, flowing hair—but it’s a wig. You see, Rachel is sick and she has been receiving cancer treatments, which have caused her to lose her own gorgeous locks. If she has it her way, none of her ritzy clientele will ever know that her hair isn’t her own.

When a 17 year old girl and her newly divorced father come into Rachel’s salon, everything changes. Who knew a 17 year old girl would be the source of her newfound courage. When Rachel decides to ler her hair down, literally, in front of the girl’s father, he does what she expected him to do….he leaves.

When he returns, he makes his feelings perfectly clear to Rachel. He wants to see her. All of her. He won’t settle for anything less. Can they overcome their obstacles together? Or are they doomed to never get their happy ending?


3 ½ Tea Cups!
 
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