Title: Not Safe for Work
“Employees must maintain clear boundaries between personal and professional relationships and conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to the office…”
When Hartford brings in Abel Hernandez as the new CEO for his company Hartford Industries, he's prepared for Abel to shake things up…but not quite like this and certainly not with his personal assistant Amy, the one woman he's always wanted but never taken. He sees them breaking all of his precious rules, and he intends to reprimand them for it. The only problem is, it isn't anger he feels towards his two most trusted employees…it's possession. It's desire.
Originally published in the Filthy & Rich box set, get ready for some #NSFW action in Charlotte Stein's sizzling standalone novella featuring two billionaires and the woman caught between them. Not Safe for Work is your dirtiest boss-secretary fantasies come to life.
Author: Charlotte Stein
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Almost Real, Beyond Repair, Taken, Never Loved
Published by Swerve Source: Publisher
Published: June 27th 2017
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 69 pages
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Amy has been a personal assistant to CEO, Thomas, for quite awhile. He has rules and he is unbending- a real stick in the mud type. He hires a friend of his, Abel, as his new CFO. Amy has been tasked with getting Abel up to speed and settled in at the company.
Abel is opposite of Tom in every way- fun loving, care free, and a lusty, hot blooded male. The chemistry is off the charts between he and Amy. They try to fight it, but after a couple of days they give in to their passion.
Tom finds out about the tryst after watching surveillance video he has from cameras all over the office. He is devastated as he’s always lusted after Amy himself and has always had feelings towards Abel. Abel makes Tom confront his feelings and after a meeting with all three of them, they dive into what they were craving.
This is a very short novella. There is not much character building or plot-it’s just intended to be a quickie as they say! And boy oh boy! The sizzling meter was off the charts throughout this one! Definitely a well written book when it came to the sexy scenes! I loved how Abel was the catalyst for both Amy and Tom to realize they had something neither realized was there. Abel brought that out and it worked.
The only caveat was the ending. It was rather abrupt and left you wanting to know how it came about. I think it needed to have been expanded just a smidge and I would’ve been a happy camper! I did love the story, however, and it’s a great choice when you want something quick and spicy!