"Katarina Foster used to be a typical young woman, a real estate agent with clients and contracts, a gym membership and an on-line dating profile, until she made a horrible mistake and wound up in jail where her sense of shame was truly born. Once returned to society Katarina becomes Callista Fox, an elite call-girl who works in the city of Toronto independently, conquering her shame along with man’s sense of esteem in a world filled with sex, drugs and ignominy that she never imagined herself, inadvertently defying the prejudice that surrounds licit prostitution.
An out-of-this-world adventure with a Toronto call-girl named Callista Fox who explores the exclusive sex trade during the wake of bawdy-house legislation changes.
I'll be honest; this book is definitely different from the other books I've read. It's centered around the oldest profession: prostitution. I truly believe this quote sums up what I think about the book.
"Develop an interest in life as you see it; the people, things, literature, music- The world is so rich, simply throbbing with rich treasures, Beautiful souls and interesting people."
This quote is fitting because the course of the book speaks about appearances, pressure to do the right thing, being overwhelmed, and lastly being lonely. Why lonely?
Because being a prostitute isn't something that many people would choose as their job for life. Yes, the law makes this profession hard to deal with, but it's also apart of the job itself. The author spotlighted something not many are willing to tackle and that took guts. I look forward to future works by this author.
A Fox in a Monsoon features:
- erotic themes
- oral sex
- backdoor play
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*book was provided to ROL! for review*