Tuesday, November 26, 2013

REVIEW: Little Black Dress by Scarlet Chastain


Never underestimate the power of the little black dress...

Paris—the romance and fashion capital of the world. So what the hell makes Jamie Scotts, an IT geek from New York, think the city of lights holds the answers? Driven by need for change, she lies to her boss about her fluency in French and becomes the company’s first international sales person. Fluent? She can barely ask for directions to the ladies’ room.

Jamie’s a duck out of water with her low maintenance style and New York accent. Her unsuccessful sales pitch almost sends her home, until she meets the epitome of elegance—Giselle Bianchi. An unlikely relationship blossoms as the dress designer takes Jamie under her wing. Giselle’s guidance not only reveals Jamie’s missing je ne sais quoi, but also unlocks repressed passion with the help of a little black dress.

Title:  Little Black Dress
Series:  Romance on the Go
Book #: N/A
Author:  Scarlet Chastain
Approximate Book Length:  44 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Moderate


Not only was this a sexy romance, but it was also a sweet story. There was nothing instant except the friendship, so the relationship had a nice build up. It’s not a horribly complex plot, but very straightforward making for an easy read. The characters work really well together and have such a great connection that you can feel it – it just comes to life right through your ereader. The love scene was very sensual and the ending was fun, so it was an enjoyable book from start to finish.

Bottom Line:

Pick up Little Black Dress for a really pleasant romantic read about two fun women. Scarlet Chastain has made lesbian romance exciting for me, so if you’re on the fence or curious, give this one a shot!



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