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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Untamed Silk is a contemporary erotic romance written by W.B. Klift. Diana Franks is a skilled marketing consultant with her own thriving business, but John Verraine wants her to represent his clothing line by wearing it while she's consulting. She's not dismayed by his frankness when he says that her appearance had a lot to do the selection of her firm for the account and can understand his reasoning. Verraine's clothing is being marketed to those professional women who are comfortable with projecting a feminine image and demand quality and comfort. Diana takes easily to her dual roles of brand manager and spokeswoman. Her plans to market VerraineWear are going well until a newcomer to her marketing meetings questions her choice of a popular actress for the campaign. His name is David Stern, and he works in Mergers and Acquisitions. He's also part owner of Verraine, and the owner's unofficial third son. While Diana is irked by his questioning her plans, something about him has caught her interest.
W.B. Klift's contemporary erotic romance, Untamed Silk, is entertaining and well-written. Diana Franks is a competent professional woman whose past has made her unable to trust, and it's easy to get involved with her habit of removing herself from things or people that are good for her. David Stern is a marvelous foil for her; he's also a consummate professional who is juggling his work with Verraine along with his ongoing plans for a silkworm plant in Africa. Klift's story is well-plotted, and the psychological aspects governing Diana's personality quirks are deftly woven into the tale. As this is an erotic romance, there are numerous sexual liaisons scattered throughout the story, but I found that they were at all times tasteful, albeit explicit. Untamed Silk is recommended reading.