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Chocolate and High Heels: The Glass Stripper / Hansell and Gretty
Chocolate and High Heels The Glass Stripper / Hansell and Gretty
Author: Sahara Kelly
THE GLASS STRIPPER — A look at the classic tale of Cinderella new millennium style! No pumpkins, mice or magic wands, just Syndea Ellerby. A woman who is struggling to hold on to her Bondage Club and deal with a stepfamily that would give anyone nightmares. Enter a strange Internet presence -- Fairy Godpersons have to make use of...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781419957949
ISBN-10: 1419957945
Publication Date: 10/20/2008
Pages: 286
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Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Book Type: Paperback
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Two 'fractured fairy tales' of the erotic kind...

The Glass Stripper is inspired by Cinderella - complete with the Wicked and Stepmother and her two Not-So-Wicked but Dumb-As-Dirt daughters - all three of which are dominatrixes at the Glass Stripper bondage parlor. Hey, I said it was fractured, didn't I? Besides the obvious scenes of kinky sex which that setup brings to mind I feel I should warn that the two sisters 'perform' together in one scene which definitely flips the incest switch. The heroine is Syndea Ellerby - who is the accountant, inventory controller and maid-of-all work at the Glass Stripper. The hero is Luke Charmanti, unwilling client who has been sent to review the business for his boss who is thinking of buying it. And, of course, there is YFG [your fairy godperson - pc all the way] who orchestrates the romance via instant messaging and deliveries by courier. Funny and wildly improbable.

Hansell and Gretty. Forget the brother and sister thing from the original - they are vaguely related, he is her aunt's second husband's stepson [welcome to 21st century's version of the extended family]. Anyway - no incest in this one. A secondary character [Max Wolf] is the hero of a later story - Peta and the Wolf. Not as funny as The Glass Stripper but it has a slightly more believable plot.

Not serious stuff but I you have to love a book that siggns off with 'and the moral of the story':
Good girls get the guy (and the chocolate).
Bad girls get an internet website.
Choose carefully.