Desk Job

Lily Harlem
Desk Job
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Publisher
Evernight Publishing
Release Date
April 2016
ISBN
9781772337914
Series
Book 2 of London Menage
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more

SUMMARY
It's just another PA job, right? Okay, the CEO is hot, and his partner hotter, but that doesn't mean Stella Wright has to fall for their erotic brand of seduction. Does it?

Who is she kidding? Stella is only human, she has bills to pay and insecurities about how she looks the same as we all do. So when Andre Bramon asks her to work on more than just dictation she can't resist.

Tristan Wainwright is a different matter. Brooding and dark, he barely has time to ask her to do anything. Then when he does finally pause, noticing her, all that pent up energy reaches a boiling point.

Before long Stella is swept up in a passionate love affair with not one man, but two. She never expected a threesome to be part of her job description, though now…well, perhaps it might prove to be the perfect solution to a whole host of her problems.

Be Warned: menage sex (MFM), anal sex

Book Review by Rachel's Willful Thoughts (reviewer)
Jun 02, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
59 people found the following review helpful
How do two workaholics resolve the problem of not having enough time for a relationship? By deciding to find a woman to share, of course.

In the second installment of the London Menage series, author Lily Harlem introduces Andre and Tristan. Both men have all the right qualities a woman could want except not enough time for one-on-one attention. That's where Stella comes in.

DESK JOB takes the office romance concept and gives it a naughty twist. As Andre and Tristan launch their plan, they soon realize relationships take a lot of work. I enjoyed the contrast between the two men, especially Stella's interactions with them.

The menage aspect unfolds with great detail in true Lily Harlem fashion. Take plenty of spice, double the action and you've got more than enough to keep the office full of sparks.

I found this story to be a quick read, perfect for a weekend escape.
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