Is Maestra a intelligent Fifty Shades… 11:36AM
March 6, 2016 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Liked a filthiness of Fifty Shades Of Grey
but couldn’t get over Ana’s drippiness – and a awful writing
(holy cow!)? Yep, us too, that is because we’re so vehement about
Maestra by L.S. Hilton.
History educational Lisa Hilton has given amorous fiction
a super-smart literary reboot in a initial of her trilogy starring
Judith Rashleigh, an amoral, glamorous, kick-ass anti-heroine –
think a reduction grungy Lisbeth Salander.
Judith works for a distant London auction residence by day
and a stewardess bar by night when she stumbles on a multi-million
pound swindling during her day job. So starts a thrilling
adventure that sees her navigate a seamy underbelly of a art
world, merriment on yachts in Cannes with billionaires, muster violent
subterfuge in Paris and Rome, and have violent amounts of extremely
graphic and resourceful sex.
Judith might thatch horns with lots of powerful, scary,
rich group though always comes out on tip (often, um, literally) – will
she stop during anything to get her possess way? Spoiler: no.
As most a first-class thriller as it is erotic
fiction, it comes as 0 warn that Maestra has
already been optioned for a Hollywood film treatment. Read it
now before a whole universe does.
Maestra is published Mar 10, order it here.