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  • Posted October 3, 2011

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    a fun tale

    In Manhattan Mallory Dale works as a paralegal for Park Avenue's divorce lawyer Gavin Stone. However that is her day job to pay bills; her real vocation is what she does at night at the Blue Angel. She owes her rising burlesque career as Moxie to her boyfriend Alec Martin. Last year he was doing a story on the upscale exotic dance scene when he took Mallory to Blue Angel for her birthday where she ended up on stage stripping.

    At work, Gavin outrageously flirts with Mallory; making it clear he wants a tryst. Anti vanilla cream, Alec wants to turn their lovemaking into a ménage a trois with his choice being Violet "no mercy" Offender.

    The return to the angelic world of burlesque is a fun tale when the plot focuses on the lead couple. The story line loses some of the bump and grind when the tsuris of the support cast strips on center stage. Still fans who enjoy a diverse range of heated sexual deviant behavior will relish the sexcapades of Mallory and Alec (and others).

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted November 9, 2011

    "The Blue Angel has a Tilted Halo"

    Wow!! This book should have been printed on asbestos paper! Mallory Dale, known after dark as the talented ¿Moxie¿ in burlesque circles,also, has a daytime position as a top notch Paralegal in a prestigious Manhattan Law Firm. She stresses over how to keep the two budding careers she loves,separate and wonders if she should pursue a possible law career, of which she would excel, while the possibility of becoming the top dancer at the ¿Blue Angel¿ keeps beckoning to her. Her Boyfriend, Alec, is no help, as he is tries to push her in directions that she¿s not sure she¿s truly comfortable with.Mallory relies on her best friends, Julie and Allison, for advice on her life and love, but in the end, the decisions are hers alone. Should she put her dancing on the back burner and study to take the bar exam once more, being unsuccessful in her first attempt? Her Boss, the hunky Attorney, Gavin Stone encourages this move, while not making her life-altering decisions any easier. Add to the mix,insecurity where her relationship with Alec is concerned and her stress level is increased ten-fold. You¿ll be introduced to the myriad of people from Mallory¿s/ Moxie¿s world. Agnes; the aging owner of the ¿Blue Angel¿ who is also an artist with a needle and thread; ¿Violet Offender¿; the self-centered, devious,dancer/dominatrix, Justin Baxter and Martha Pike; an unlikely looking, eccentric,wealthy duo who are ¿in the know¿ of the entertainment business, Bette Noir; the former top dancer of the ¿Blue Angel¿, Poppy; the up and coming, slightly naïve¿,love struck performer, Billy Barton; Alec¿s boss at ¿Gruff Magazine¿ and so many more, who help to weave this erotic tale with deepest fantasy. Be sure to read the tempting snippet of the next volume entitled, ¿ Naked Angel¿, due out in April of 2012. I¿m betting you won¿t be able to put either down until finished. Nancy Narma

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