What happens when Berlin's premiere dominatrix trades her whip for a badge? She discovers she cannot escape her past. Elsa Kreiss enters the police academy, expecting her world to be safer for herself and her younger brother. Instead, it only becomes more dangerous!
A new case involving three missing girls pulls her mentor, Kommissar Joseph Heinz, back into the dark abyss of child abductions and human trafficking just as he realizes he’s in love with his partner. While he searches for a killer, Elsa fights her attraction to a sexy bad boy, Lukas Trommler. An art buyer at a local gallery, Lukas exudes culture with an edge of danger, yet there is more to the man than meets the eye. Trommler invites her into his world where she comes face to face with Yuri Ivchencko, one of the wealthiest men in the world with ties to the Russian mafia. When Elsa goes missing, Heinz abandons his current case to rescue his protégé. Doing so brings him face to face with a man from his past, the one he believes responsible for the cold case that haunts him still. The more he digs for clues to Elsa’s whereabouts, the more evidence is revealed linking the three missing girls to his own cold case.
The stakes are high as Heinz races to save the Elsa and to find the missing girls now at the mercy of a sadistic Russian billionaire—before it’s too late!
Start reading The Evolution of Elsa Kreiss from Bestselling Author Michele E. Gwynn tonight. Buy this book now!
A Steamy, Seamy Police Story, June 22, 2015
This review is from: The Evolution of Elsa Kreiss (The Kriminal Erotic Series) (Volume 2) (Paperback)
This sequel to Exposed is a much more grown up book than Michele Gwynn’s earlier offering. Sara’s story was very much a tale of the coming of age of a sexual innocent. In spite of the dark undercurrents of homosexuality and the exploitation of children and introduced many of the characters who play a major role in this story including Elsa and Joseph Heinz, it manages to maintain the relatively light-hearted feel of traditional erotica, concerned with the sexual awakening of a fully consenting young heroine.
The Evolution of Elsa Kreiss is a much darker book – less overtly sexual although there are enough sex scenes to satisfy most readers. This story is a crime drama – a cop story; one that would do CSI – Special Victims Unit and similar shows proud. The villains are dark, creepy, arguably crazy. The heroes are driven, molded by the job and larger than life. The story is well crafted, each page presenting another piece of the puzzle and advancing the story methodically toward its conclusion in a way that keeps you riveted.
I loved the characters with all their strengths and their flaws. I couldn’t put this one down.
The Evolution of Elsa Kreiss is not a light read, but if you like police dramas, it’s well worth the read.