Blurb: In this exciting and erotic tale, set in Mississippi in 1933, Susan strays from the farm and stumbles onto a plot by three gangsters planning to rob the local bank. She's tied to an old bed and threatened with rape by Curly, a classic Chicago-style mobster, and later encounters Elizabeth, his flashy, bi-sexual moll. After witnessing a wild, roll-around between the two, she meets and is befriended by Roger, an ex-Georgia moonshiner she'd like to spend time with. What might happen after the robbery is anybody's guess.
Warnings: This title contains graphic language and M/M, F/F sex.
Review: The descriptions, smells, textures and dialog of Bank Job drop you into the action of the story and make you live each moment with the characters. There were a few instances where the choreography of the action had me confused, but the story soon had me in its grip again. The dichotomy of Roger’s position with this group of thugs and who he is on the inside was an intriguing element of the story. His role in the story isn’t heroic yet he treats Susan with tenderness and the love scene is emotional and poignant. I thoroughly enjoyed Bank Job.
A for the presentation score on this book, the editing and formatting are perfect, but I didn’t think the cover was a good reflection of the story.