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.
Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 160 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 14 mm
What made The Pet Shop such an outstanding story was that, besides the scorching hot erotica, it was still an exciting story with intelligent characters and so much emotional substance which is quite rare in erotica novels. One of the hottest stories I have ever read, a definite Forbidden Favorite, and K.D. Grace just became an author I'll have to watch!
I liked The Pet Shop. The story is hot hot hot with multi-dimensional characters and a plot that is a bit mysterious... a memorable experience.
A satisfying mix of romance, kink, and inventive S&M, The Pet Shop reels the reader in, neatly side stepping clichés, and forcing you to read just one more chapter before you put it down.
Thoughtful, Different and Wicked this is one for those who love erotica with a lot of extra spice.
Full of decadent desire, sensual eroticism and hedonistic promises, Ms. Grace uses a wicked pen that enticed this reader into a world of pleasure unlike anything I have read before. The interaction between Stella and Tino is so scorching hot I practically left burn marks on the computer screen
WOW! The Pet Shop was such an unexpected and mindblowing read that not only have I gobbled it up in no time but it shot straight to my Top Reads of 2011 list!
This book could be read anytime, but i would suggest not too late as it is a book you just want to keep reading!