One foolish mistake has cost her dearly—it will take a brave decision to put her back in pole position.
For the avoidance of doubt, please be informed that you are a pair of arrogant, self-serving sh*ts. Further, you are bigoted, self-righteous phonies.
Not exactly the best way to address the directors of the law firm if I want to hang on to my job, but I’ve had it up to here with James and Daniel Morgan. If they object so strongly to what I do in my spare time they shouldn’t snoop into my Facebook account. Not that any of this self-righteous indignation is going to help me. I’ve been fired.
So what are they thinking now? First James and Daniel have me dismissed, then they turn up as though nothing is wrong while I’m clearing out my desk and invite me out to lunch? What are they up to? And why am I even going with them?
They may be handsome as sin, the pair of them, and now that they know I’m a pole dancer in my spare time they seem to think I’ll sleep with them to keep my job.
Not that the idea doesn’t have its appeal, but they’re wrong. I have my standards too…and not the double standards these two seem to live by.
If I decide to give James and Daniel Morgan a very private performance it will be on my terms, not theirs.
Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of double penetration.
Publisher’s Note: This book has previously been released as part of the Three’s A Charm anthology with Totally Bound Publishing.
This was a fun and sexy little short from Ashe Barker, whom I’ve read before. I was intrigued by the book’s blurb, and who can resist a menage’? The plot is simple, we have law clerk Emily Santori who is not only working her job at Morgan Law, but she also works as a bartender at Hard Limits, a bar where she also pole danced.
The head of human resources has seen a video that Emily posted on her private Facebook page. She calls her into the office and summarily fires her. Emily is fuming, she has seen the big bosses, James and Daniel Morgan there on several occasions. She finds it rather hypocritical of them to fire her for something she does in her private time and shoots off a nasty e-mail telling them just what she thinks.Then, they read the email and decide to ask her out to lunch. They have a proposition for her.
I’ll let you get the book and find out what happens from here, needless to say, it was enjoyable, if not a bit short.But it was wonderfully well written with spicy, steamy sex scenes.