Book Reviews

Window Thrills (Kassia 1) by Trista Kerne

Genre Lesbian / Contemporary / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by jj on 18-March-2017

Book Blurb

23 year old Kassia recently moved into her own highrise apartment. After hearing on the news about a huge approaching (and earth-endangering) comet, she purchased an awesome telescope with the intention of observing it live herself. However she got side-tracked because it was more than just the sky visible through the lens. Nudity viewable through the hundreds of windows facing from across caught her attention.

But Kassia soon discovered an even more exciting thrill - Exhibitionism!

With a sophisticated setup of video recording (and display) equipment she experimented and fine-tuned everything to get "live-feedback." If she could be absolutely sure that others could see inside her apartment, then it would be time to try to be more daring. For Kassia, the feeling she experienced while being seen naked was truly wonderful, and well worth the risks. A large hotel with balconies (directly across from her building) had new "targets" every day!

Opportunities to satisfy her overwhelming new sexual urges also materialized elsewhere. Kassia used her ingenuity to create incredibly arousing situations, but something was missing.

Suddenly, an incident at work opened the door to a surprising new lesbian friendship with an equally open-minded friend. A chance to attend a birthday celebration came up. Kassia was extremely inexperienced about such things, however she did decide to go. At the party events started to spiral a little out of control. After she'd had a couple of drinks a violent thunderstorm unexpectedly knocked out the power. In the darkness a few males in the room didn't waste time trying to take advantage of the unique situation...

Book Review

A relatively young woman goes through an extraordinary and amazing sexual enlightenment. Although this is a novella, it is a rather quick read with ever more incredible and titillating exploits. I was wrapped up in this delicious and fluffy adventure, it was over before I realized. Thank goodness there is a follow-up book – 'Apocalyptic Thrills'. I am going to get to that one ASAP. 

Kassia came from a home with two alcoholic parents. In her own words, that early life experience was searing. She remembers being pitied and unpopular during her schools days. That certainly changed big time. As Kassia moves from one amazing focus to dozens of others, I was just whisked along on a positive roller coaster of experiences and ego boosting thrills. I did a lot of panting and supportive high-fives for our heroine.

Jen gets hired at the sub and pizza restaurant where Kassia works. She is mentored and protected by Kassia and they become friends and then much more. Kassia shares with Jen some of her incredible escapades and that really cemented their relationship.

The essence of this book relies on the reader believing that Kassia is somewhat naïve, but attuned to her personal erotic desires. I believed and in turn enjoyed this book. There is a preface message alerting folks to explicit content unsuitable for minors and possibly to readers of all ages. That didn’t stop me and if that doesn’t stop you, I hope you like the “ride” as much as I did. 






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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novel, 248 pages
Heat Level
Publication Date 03-January-2014
Price $0.99 ebook
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