Review: Cosmos Fifty-One Shades of Blonde by Jessica Knoll

Cosmos Fifty-One Shades of Blonde by Jessica Knoll
Release Date: August 28, 2012
Publisher:  Cosmopolitan
Pages: 33
Source:  NetGalley

Christopher Reiss is the handsome and extremely intimidating CEO of a major financial firm. Megan’s nothing but a lowly assistant. But when she stumbles upon some incriminating evidence that could threaten Christopher’s career, she finds herself on his radar . . . and eventually his desk, his kitchen counter, his bed . . . you get where this is going, right?


Review: A very short and fun look into the world of Megan and Christopher. At times I felt that their was information missing which is probably because this is a short portion of a continuing series in the magazine.

Christopher was very hot and liked it hard and fast with a little bit of bondage. Megan was always hot and ready for Christopher. The relationship between Megan and Christopher is more of a cliché relationship in that Megan is the lowly assistant to someone in the company that Christopher is the CEO of. I loved Megan as a character in that she has all the characteristics that I enjoy in my female characters. She is a bit of a bull buster, she stands up for herself, she’s spunky and very sassy.

I would be interested in finding out what happens next. I like the concept of reading a book a few chapters at a time because you need to wait till the next month’s magazine has to come out so you can read it. It reminds me of Charles Dickens and how he first published his novels.