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Kill Dress - John Young


Book Description:
April, Joi, Nancy, Heather, and Kim were the best of friends. They were five beautiful and very attractive young ladies. They loved to hang out together and their favorite past time was going out to party at night clubs. They were all excellent dancers and could really shake it on the dance floor. After being dumped by her boyfriend, Kim was devastated and needed a vacation.
Kim decided to accompany Joi on a vacation to Louisiana in order to relax and clear her mind. The two ladies discover an old woman whose ancient ancestors made dress garments for Queen Nefertari, Queen Cleopatra, and the Queen of Sheba.
From ancient times a secret society of raiment makers used mysterious herbs and materials along with special religious rites to create incredibly woven dress garment for women royalty. This secret society upon pain of death was ordered never to reveal how the garments were made. The knowledge could only be passed down from mother to daughter. So strong was the bond of this secret order that the members through the ages never told their husbands, other family members or close friends about the seductive garments.
Ancient queens used these garments along with their female charms to seduce men and get them to do their bidding. Great men such as the Roman General Mark Anthony and the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar were beguiled by Queen Cleopatra. King Solomon was seduced by the Queen of Sheba. Queen Nefertari is said to have had her way with the Pharaoh Ramses. All of these men fell under the spell of these alluring garments.
Little did Kim know that these dress garments were made out of secret mystical fibers that had an uncanny sensual affect on some members of the opposite sex. After Kim had a gorgeous dress made for her by the old woman, she and her friends find out that the sexy enchanted dress was more than they had bargained for.
This amazing dress that Kim had decided to wear was affecting the sexual senses of a number of men to the point that they all desired and wanted her at all cost. So powerful was the allure of the KillDress that it even aroused the sordid killing senses of a serial killer.
Just as the KillDress had consumed Kim, it also had consumed the serial killer to the point that his killings now had become more and more brutal. To the serial killer, Kim had to die at all costs!
Even TV reporters, talk show personalities, and the news media were starting to believe that the hypnotic, beautiful dress had something to do with the killings. Many in the news media and people on the streets were quite vocal in their beliefs that Kim should destroy the KillDress. Some people even believed that if Kim were to destroy the KillDress then the serial killer would stop his killing.
However, Kim defiantly decided that she should wear the KillDress no matter what the price. She was determined not to let anyone tell her what she could and could not wear. No way, was she going to let any man control her body or force her to live in fear. But more importantly Kim, had decided to make a statement and show women everywhere that they have the Constitutional right to freedom of expression and that no one could ever take that away from them. To Kim, the KillDress represented freedom that had to be defended... it must be defended!
What woman would dare to wear the KillDress with its power to seduce and potentially kill! Would you? Do you have the moxie, and the fortitude to handle the sexual attraction, jealousy, envy and lust that comes with wearing the KillDress?
This is to be a titanic clash of wills! Worlds will collide when the immoveable object meets the irresistible force! This is a book that has tremendous social implications for both men and women. A book that brings to the forefront some of our most deeply suppressed sexual desires and fantasies.




About Author:
John Young is a college graduate with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration. He has worked for a number of years in the Information Technology industry as a software engineer. He also is a stock market and foreign currency investor. Over the years he has been an avid reader and has had a burning desire to write novels.




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My Review:
A suspenseful story from beginning to end, though not very long. I thoroughly enjoyed it!
I really liked the characters in this story, the relationships they had, and the meaning behind the title. Each plays a part in making this a great story to kick back and read.
I am putting this on my recommendation list, so get a copy today!


~I received a copy from the author for review. I was not compensated for my opinion.~

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  1. Sounds interesting!

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  2. I agree with J. Kaye. And the cover is very striking.

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