Ain’t That a Kick

 

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Cash Jefferson is a costumed panhandler—or as he prefers, performance artist. He spends his evenings on the Las Vegas Strip, singing and dancing for tourists. His life revolves around his art and getting laid, but he’s beginning to feel like something’s missing.

Shelby is a runaway, down but not quite out. She came to Vegas with a friend and a plan to hustle tourists out of enough money to survive, but her friend got arrested a…nd she’s been muddling through on her own.

When Shelby meets Cash and his friends, Cash is drawn to her bravery and her beautiful soul. With a little help from her new friends, Shelby starts a sensual new chapter in the story of her life.

Ain’t That a Kick is an erotic love story between an artist and a runaway. Cash’s search for connection and raw beauty has led him to Sin City, the vibrant crux where life, art and sexuality meet. Looking for something more than mere survival, Shelby is ready to find happiness and healing in the cracks between the broken pieces of her life.

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About Katia

My name is Katia Wildermann. I’m not real. I’m the alter ego for an author who prefers to keep her smutty work separate from her sweeter work. I call what I write dirty-sweet, blunt erotica. Try it. I think you’ll like it.

I’ve started a series of standalone novellas set in Las Vegas: Drifting Sinners & Wayward Angels. I gave it that title because Las Vegas is often referred to as Sin City, full of wicked lost souls. As far as I’m concerned, Wicked doesn’t equal Evil. Many so-called sinners are people who are just out to have a good time. They live in the moment, for the moment. Their lives aren’t perfect, but they’re not trying to hurt anyone. They just want to feel good.

They are choosing to laugh with the sinners rather than cry with the saints. Who am I to say that’s wrong?

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Posted October 21, 2015 in Releases, reviews / 0 Comments

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