Tuesday, 5 May 2015
50 Shades of Pink by K.T. Grant
Living in Manhattan and working at Virago, one of the most successful women’s magazines in the nation is a dream come true for Lindsay Pinke. After five years of being overworked and underpaid in the research department, she’s finally noticed by Colette Duarte, the provocative executive editor of the magazine. She offers Lindsay the coveted role as her personal assistant, but first she must prove she’s worthy of the position. Lindsay must interview Victoria Nox, the elusive and extremely private CEO of Nox Media Holdings. If Lindsay succeeds, Colette promises her great things for her publishing career. If Lindsay fails, her chance as a respected writer will be cut short.
A chance meeting with Victoria at a high class function puts into motion a series of events that leaves Lindsay blindsided by her strong physical reaction to the magnetic but foreboding woman. When Lindsay unwittingly falls into Victoria’s world of dark temptations and complex entanglements, she leans the shocking truth Victoria hides about Colette that rocks Lindsay to her very core.
Now that Lindsay has become a balm on Victoria's soul, is she strong enough to help Victoria confront her shameful past, and stop one woman's sick games once and for all?
I want to thank the publishers and Netgalley for the opportunity to read this wonderful book.
Yes, it's based on the genre of 50 Shades of Grey, but under the guise of the lesbian version of it. It has some of sense of 50 Shades, but the sex scenes don't get going til halfway through the book. It's a great storyline from a female POV like Christian Grey.
I found the characters to be rather good and you hate Colette Duarte for the way she uses Lindsay Pinke. But I LOVED Victoria Nox as the other woman. Can't wait for the next in the series of KT Grant's books.