This office seems like the ideal place to work. Unfortunately, it missed the mark for me. ~ Paige, Guilty Pleasures
Both books in this duet are being released on the same day!
Do you get up every morning, spend close to an hour or more getting ready, pick out the perfect outfit, make sure your makeup is suitable, then style your hair just so? Do you slip your feet into your favorite heels, lock your modest one-bedroom apartment, climb into your practical car? Do you drive twenty minutes to downtown, find a spot in the company parking garage?
If you do, then you’re very much like me.
However, I think our stories will differ significantly once you get to your office and I get to mine.
Sure, it’s possible you work in a high-rise office building in the heart of downtown. It could be any downtown office in any big city, in fact. New York, Chicago, Dallas. The location doesn’t matter. It’s even feasible to think that you’re a secretary for a multi-billion-dollar PR firm. You could even have four bosses like I do. Four mouth-watering, male bosses, even.
But, like I said, at that point, our stories will likely be drastically different.
In order for you to understand why, I’ll have to start at the beginning…
This is the first part of a duet – the 2nd book is being published on the same day. This book is not for the faint of heart. It contains explicit sexual content, including, but not limited to BDSM, swapping, sharing, voyeurism, exhibitionism, m/f/m, m/m, and m/m/f encounters.
I’m a huge fan of Nicole Edwards and excited about her latest book; The Office Duet is where a receptionist is a sex slave to 4 Dominant males , Ben, Justin and the twins Langston and Langdon.
The book and this office seemed to be the ideal place to work. Luci is one very lucky girl.
While the concept seems interesting, it never really formed a cohesive story. I was getting tired of the sex and sex scenes that this book had from the start. I found myself skimming through them earlier on hoping to get to the story.
It was obvious from the start that Luci had a stronger connection to two out of the four Doms but I never got that any of them connected with her. They didn’t go out of their way to get to know her in more than a sexual nature. They left her alone except when she was in the office.
All four men are Doms and have a strong presence. I found that BDSM angle seemed a little forced at times. I also had a hard time with her calling one of her bosses Master almost immediately. She wasn’t in the lifestyle and didn’t understand the importance of this.
Seeing that there is a second book we are at the tip of the iceberg with this group. They are trying to give Luci what she needs other than sex. I’m hopeful there is more to come in the next book and I’m looking forward to seeing where the next book takes us.