Title: His Right Hand
Mike Jasper might be one hell of a catch on paper, but he’s still lacking in a few crucial areas. Just ask his impressive list of disgruntled, dissatisfied exes. Who knew good looks, a hard body and plenty of money weren’t enough, especially between the sheets? When it comes to sex, he reluctantly admits he needs help. And who better to ask than his longtime assistant? Ellen is his right hand, completely devoted. She already sees to his business needs. Surely she can offer a few pointers in pleasure?
After a humiliating demonstration of his limited skills, Jasper’s relieved when Ellen agrees, apparently recognizing a cry for help when she sees one. And the first thing he learns? His intelligent, austere assistant has been hiding an insanely hot and horny vixen under those business suits! Before long, Jasper’s office is a flesh-filled pleasure den, Ellen’s sexual satisfaction crucial to finding his own. He’s learning more than he’d ever dreamed possible under Ellen’s titillating tutelage…included some unexpected lessons in love.
Author: Silence O'Shea
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: U.K. Kink
Published by Broken Silence Books Source: Author
Published: 24 March 2013
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
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From the first scene to the last, this book was full of laugh out loud moments, clever dialogue, steamy sex and a main character that you can come to love and care about, despite his arrogance.
In the beginning, and really, for much of the story, Mike Jasper is clueless. Misogynistic and selfish, rich and good-looking, his attitude toward women is unfortunately not uncommon. Confronting him on his lack of ‘skills’ in the bedroom, a pint sized firecracker with an elephantine dog send his ego and world into a spiral.
When he believes that his Personal Assistant for his company is the perfect solution because, she’s a woman, Ellen turns his world upside down with her matter-of-fact manner and approach. Her directions and first real encounter with him, where she is ‘in charge’ is possibly one of the funniest moments I have read in an erotic story.
Silence O’Shea has written a clever story, that uses the vulnerability about sexual performance to highlight and provide an opening for emotional growth and development. While we learn less about Ellen, Mike grows from spoiled and hormonal teenage child to approach his chronological age, and learn to deal with his emotions. This is a short story, with a few missed word choices and some typos that needed addressing, but perfect for a short read.