Power Blonde describes Lynn LeMay as a devious office bitch hell-bent on earning money and prestige the old fashioned way – screwing for it.
From Nina Hartley on down, every employee in Jon Martin’s advertising conglomerate recites the same mantra: power is an aphrodisiac, so LeMay reckons the quickest route to success is through a man that has it. Enter Randy West as the agency’s key client who is what LeMay’s doctor has ordered. LeMay embarks on an impassioned journey of conniving and people using to achieve her goals. But one thing she fails to realize, those who have been successful at the game have been at it a lot longer: there’s gameboard conditions of twists, turns and pratfalls. If you decide to roll the dice you better be set to improvise or else face the wrath of your own swift sword. And the storyline of Power Blonde is well adept to those intentions.
Nicely paced sexual situations and characterizations make for an enjoyable, intelligent adult feature. Great boxcover.