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Publisher Description

Veronica Cason lives in a small apartment with no clear view of the sky. It's uncertain which might crush her first: her debt or the buildings squeezed in so tight that they surround her like ominous sentinels. She can't breathe in the city. Her success is a lie, and her debt is coming to collect her--unless someone else gets there first.

When a stranger offers her a job at a ranch, it feels like salvation, but it could also mean her death if his motives aren't pure. Which door has the tiger behind it? The claustrophobia of the city or ranch life under an open sky?

NOTE: Big Sky is Literary Fiction. This is not romance. Don't expect a happy ending.

October 2
Burlesque Press
Blue Pencil Media

Customer Reviews

amandaryan1980 ,

Odd but strangely satisfying!

This book was different as far as Kitty’s books go, it has kinks for sure and some I was introduced to for the first time. Kitty definitely drew me in and completely engrossed me in this new world. It’s a great book and I loved the characters, wasn’t so sure about the ending, I didn’t feel as at peace for Veronica and wasn’t sure she was ok. Hope to one day at least get a novella with a follow up from the ranch to see how things are going. Of course with the way it ended one can assume as they want and I like to think she is happy and life is grand under that big sky.

XOlegX ,

Very different...

Let me start by saying I am a big Kitty fan. Comfort Food is by far one of my all time favorite reads and is a standard for dungeon erotica.
This though is VERY different. It is a completely different kink and shared the protagonist. If you aren’t ready for it, you may be disappointed. I enjoyed this but the kink wasn’t my thing. I’ll let you read to find out what it is but just know it’s not her standard. It actually came as a surprise and I was uniquely satisfied with the outcome. Felt like she represented the kink well and fulfilled someone’s fantasy. Just a shame I don’t share it, cause I still found it hot regardless. Just shows that Kitty never disappoints.

One thing I had to mention, Kitty represented the poly style of lifestyle fairly well. It kept me reading just for that alone. Wish she had the freedom to make this book longer. Felt really short for me and felt like the story could have been much more moving with a couple hundred more pages. I felt like the ending was cut short by publishers or some other reason. Not sure though...luv ya kat ;)

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