Through My Window by Jayne Rylon
Red Light series Book 1
Through my window, a sea of strangers swirl and retreat like waves in an ocean of humanity. I brush my hair, fix my makeup and flip on the glaring red light in my booth before turning to face my audience on the other side of the glass.
For Star, this is just another night on the job, though no two are ever alike. She loves her career and excels at bringing her customers pleasure, relief or intimacy. Adaptable and perceptive, she becomes many things in the course of one evening–whore, lover, nurse, psychologist and friend. But above all, she’s still a woman. And her customers change her with every encounter. Through her window, she observes the world and enhances it when it spills into her realm.
Don’t just look in the window, step through it. Star, a sex worker in the red light district of Amsterdam, is unlike any woman I have read. She has the confidence and worldliness that as a woman I wish that I possessed. She is proud of who and what she is in a world that many look down upon.
A prostitute by profession, but I didn’t see her as a whore. Star had a way of looking at things differently. She has the ability to read people and see past the surface. To see to their needs almost like a sixth sense. The woman was truly mind blowing in more ways than one.
A quick read that more than draws you in. Sexy, erotic and exotic, Jayne Rylon’s Through My Window is a very unique story filled with pride, unexpected passion and a depth I did not expect. You will just have to read and see it from the other side of the window for yourself.
I will be quickly one-clicking the remaining books in the series.
This title is from my personal library.
Posted on July 30, 2014, in Erotica, reviews and tagged Amsterdam, erotic romance, erotica, Jayne Rylon, menage, prostitute, Red Light series, short story. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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