Review: Melt into You (Loving on the Edge #2) by Roni Loren


Title:  Melt Into You
Author: Roni Loren
Publisher/Year:  Penguin Group  7/3/12
Length:  366 pages
Series: Loving on the Edge #2


Her first love has returned, and he’s brought a friend… 

After running away from home and the boy who broke her heart, Evan Kennedy has kick-started the perfect new life with her celebrity fiancé. So what if said fiancé prefers guys? She knew the deal when they got engaged. And with her ticket to The Ranch, an exclusive resort where any fantasy can be satisfied, she can find someone to fulfill her less-than-traditional desires on the side.

She just never expected that man to be Jace Austin, her old heart-breaker—all grown up, hard-bodied, and holding out a collar. She knows it’s a world-class bad idea—especially since Jace has brought along his buddy Andre, who’s every bit as irresistible. But if they can stick to the no-strings rules, so can she.

Too bad Jace has never been so good with rules. Evan is convinced “forever” is a word used only in greeting cards, but Jace and Andre have one last fantasy of hers left to fulfill. It’s time to go big or go home. And neither man has ever been a fan of going home.

My Thoughts

To be completely honest, i wasn’t sure what i was getting into when i got this 2nd book in the series.  I knew that it would be hot because Jace/Jason was the lead male, but that’s really where my expectations stopped.   If you remember, we met Jace back in Book 1 (Crash Into You) when Reid needed someone to help him and Brynn out with their case.  It was interesting to say the least to see that D/s relationship intertwined with the hint of menage.  Meaning, we knew that w’ed be in for quite a bit of menage if the situation allowed for it.

What i didn’t expect though was that there would be two threesomes in this story.  One with Evan/Daniel/Marcus and the other with Evan/Jace/Andre.  All interesting dynamics to say the least, but only one had the heat, steam, naughtiness and lust that makes stories like these fly by.

As we get to know the history between Jace and Evan, we see that there’s a lot of unresolved ‘stuff’ between them and that’s what makes everything that much more complicated. Not only does Evan not know what to do with those emotions, she’s also got them coming from another direction related to Andre.  I mean really, you just throw in a got with a sexy accent and you know that you’re not going to make it out of the scene on your own 2 legs.

This story takes us on a few interesting paths, dealing with the struggle of not wanting to give into family demands, not wanting to reveal your secrets, and really being afraid of acknowledging what’s going on in your heart.

Definitely sets up a lot of tension that you know is going to come out in the bedroom (or a playroom or dungeon or something like that).  I loved how Grant kept getting peppered into this story just as he did in book 1, so that means that we’ll HAVE to get a story on him soon.

Regardless, after you read this second book, you’ll need a cold shower just to come back down to the real world, especially given the ending that this book gives us.  There’s a decent level of detail that goes into the scening here and while i can’t say that these interactions are the BEST that i’ve read, they certainly did the trick in developing imagery and fantasies for me to go on for a bit.

enjoy reading!

Review: Beauty and the Billionaire (The Billionaire Bad Boys Club #2) by Jessica Clare


Title:  Beauty and the Billionaire
Author: Jessica Clare
Publisher/Year:  Penguin Group  7/16/13
Length:  300+ pages
Series: Billionaire Boys Club #2


he Billionaire Boys Club is a secret society of six men who have vowed success—at any cost. Not all of them are old money, but all of them are incredibly wealthy. They’re just not always as successful when it comes to love…

Real-estate tycoon Hunter Buchanan has a dark past that’s left him scarred and living as a recluse on his family’s palatial estate. Hunter is ready to give up on love—until he spots an enigmatic red-haired beauty and comes up with an elaborate scheme to meet her.

Gretchen Petty is in need of a paycheck—and a change. So when a job opportunity in an upstate New York mansion pops up she accepts. And while she can overlook the oddities of her new job, she can’t ignore her new boss’s delectable body—or his barely leashed temper.

Hunter’s afraid his plan might be unraveling before it’s truly begun, but Gretchen is about to show him that life can be full of surprises…

My Thoughts

We definitely get the ‘Beauty and the Beast’ story here which is kind of sweet yet kind of cliiche.  while i enjoyed this second installment, i felt that it was really a bridge book and maybe just a place holder while the next books were in motion.  There was so much heat and anxiety in the first book between Bronte and Logan that i was kind of hoping that we would get something similar here.

In this story, we are reintroduced with Gretchen whom we met in the first book when Bronte ran away from Logan.  You get the sense in that story that there’s a good tale to be told with Gretchen, but when we get her on her own, there’s just not as much there as could be.  I actually kept wanting to hear more about her sister than her.  Anyhow, we learn more about Grethchen’s job as a ghostwriter and we see how she;s affected by what she does.  meaning that she’s bored with the stuff that she writes and doesn’t make enough money doing it.

We also get to know a bit more about Hunter and about what makes him the recluse that he is.  In book1, we learned that he was heavily scarred and we actually get that story begrudgingly from him in this book.  I think that the best thing about this story was seeing how scared he was and how fragile he was as a result of what happened when he was a child.

I came to appreciate how naive he is and it makes his story so much better than being just the guy who’s damaged yet very successful because of what his family had.  There’s also this gentle side that really relates to the Beast in Beauty and the Beast which is nice, and you really want him to be happy.

throughout the book, we get the story of Hunter figuring out a way to spend time with Gretchen, which in his own way meant that he set up a publishing house for her to write for, and bought letters that he said were from his house that he wanted her to put into a story form but could not take the letters from his home so she’d have to stay there.  pretty smart, but you knew that she would find out.

There were bits and pieces thrown into the story that made me think that it could go one way or another , but we never got there.  potential love triangle, getting kicked out of an apt, maybe finding a new profession since writing bad romance books wasn’t her thing…..

I really kept hoping that there would be ‘more’ to the story and there wasn’t.  there were a few decent scenes where you feel the heat and passion behind the couple, but they are short lived (probably intentional given Hunters back story), but it left me just wanting more.  so now i’m left with a few questions

1) who’s the focus goign to be on for book 3

2) can Audrey save Daphne or is it a lost cause?

3) which one of the sisters does Cade really like since i have a feeling that there’s more to the story

all in all, average, but not bad enough to keep me from reading the next installment when it comes out.

Review: Anything He Wants (book 8): Castaway (#3) by Sara Fawkes


Title:  Anything He Wants:  Castaway #3
Author: Sara Fawkes
Publisher/Year:  Fawkesfire 7/15/13
Length:  136 pages
Series: Anything He Wants #8, Castaway #3


Secrets are revealed in the thrilling third part of the new Anything He Wants: Castaway series!

Every action has its consequences, and the day of reckoning has come for Lucy. Jeremiah Hamilton is not a man inclined to forgive betrayal, and a broken-hearted Lucy is left shattered and desperate to get back home to her mundane life. There, she can nurse a broken heart and try to go back to normal far away from danger.

But the promise of safety is an illusion. Someone has marked her as much a target as surely as any Hamilton male, and believes her to be their key for revenge against the family. There is nowhere Lucy can hide, but her help comes from a most unlikely source.

With lives on the line, can they outwit a predator who is constantly one step ahead of them?

My Thoughts

Can you believe how book 2 ended?  let’s just say that the cliffhanger that we got there, or i don’t know if that’s quite the right word, but let’s just say that i wasn’t necessarily expecting that, and i’m really excited about what we see as the intro to these chapters.

Suffice it to say, Jeremiah knows how to make an entrance into a room (granted he was already there) and the way that he learned his information and spat it back to Lucy – well that was exactly what i needed!

Anyhow, this 3rd installment takes us from the shaky ground that we’re in both in Dubai and in the relationship with these 3 back to London where even more tension and anxiety are coming from.  In the last book, we see that things are more complicated than even we knew, and that’s because we really don’t know who we’re dealing with (among both the known characters as well as the unknown).   Lucy managed to thwart a kidnapping plan against Amyrah (Rashid’s sister) but that’s not the end of things.  Lucy has gotten her return passage back home and has managed a layover in London.  (due to weather it’s longer than anticipated).  There she encounters a man who everyone believes is the one behind all of the murder attempts, and it’s odd because he’s made himself known to Lucy, yet he’s not able to be tracked.  Being the smart female lead that she is, she puts that thought in the middle of her mind (not quite the end) and figures out what to do moving forward.

While she’s in the airport though, she learns that there was a bombing at the hotel that she just left in Dubai where the Hamilton brothers are supposed to be and this means that she’s even further down her downward spiral.

Luckily, she learns that the brothers are ok, but that’s definitely not where things end.  Folks that seem like they are good guys prove us wrong, folks that seem like they are sharing the full truth are clearly not, and the path that we’re taken on here is either a wild goose chase or something entirely different.

What we get back into in this story though is a deeper conversation around the romantic relationship between Lucy and everyone else, and we learn that there’s a deeper pull there.  We get to see what that means, and who that means it’s going to continue with.

And as i stated in the beginning here, while i semi-considered the ending of book 2 to be a cliffhanger, book 3 REALLY ended on one.  i wonder what’s going to happen next and who’s going to be found to be behind everything and if it makes any difference at all.

I do actually have a few questions in my mind about what we’re going to see

1) What’s the deal behind the leaked information about Jeremiah back in the US?  what didn’t he want shared that’s now public?

2) can we trust the Interpol folks?

3) is the 3rd brother really a brother?

i guess we’ll have to wait and see what comes next from Ms. Fawkes!!!

Review: Anything He Wants (book 7): Castaway #2 by Sara Fawkes


Title:  Anything He Wants:  Castaway #2
Author: Sara Fawkes
Publisher/Year:  Fawkesfire 4/9/13
Length:  147 pages
Series: Anything He Wants #7, Castaway #2


Tensions escalate in the second part of the new Anything He Wants series!

Reunited with Jeremiah, Lucy is forced to come to grips with the decisions she’s made in his absence. The billionaire is as insufferable as ever, but just as determined to protect Lucy. From the Caribbean seas of Jamaica to the man-made islands of Dubai, they must travel halfway across the world to find out who is trying to bring down the Hamilton family.

But it may be the woman who comes between them that tears the two brothers apart forever. And can Lucy bear to live with the consequences of her actions?

My Thoughts

We open these chapters with the return of Jeremiah who has somehow managed to locate Lucas’ (Loki’s) ship and has come to rescue her.  The problem of course being that nothing is ever that simple.  especially when dealing with the Hamilton brothers.  Lucy is torn between what she’s done and what Jeremiah means, and it gives us a tension ridden story.

The interesting thing about this installment of the series is that there’s not too much steamy-ness so to speak.  What we get here is a lot of internalization from Lucy’s part on what she wants, what she can admit and deciding what that means in the future.

This story takes us from the ship to the Caribbean (i believe Jamaica) and then overseas to Dubai.  It’s quite interesting to me to see the dynamic there and to meet the folks that we do meet.  What’s even more interesting to me is that we don’t quite know what the role is of the folks that we are introduced (namely Rashid) and what his relationship is with Lucas that has taken them overseas in the first place.

I really enjoyed this middle ground of the series since it gives is a chance to take a break from sexual tension and really get at the heart of things.  you see the brothers trying to make a move against each other while potentially realizing that there’s more to their story – and you see Lucy caught in the middle.  not that she doesn’t know what she wants, but she’s afraid of the implication to her actions.

can’t wait for book 3 in the Castaway series!

Review: Crash Into You (Loving on the Edge #1) by Roni Loren


Title:  Crash Into You
Author: Roni Loren
Publisher/Year:  Penguin Group (USA) 1/3/12
Length:  336 pages
Series: Loving on the Edge #1


Brynn LeBreck has dedicated herself to helping women in crisis, but she never imagined how personal her work would get, or where it would take her. Her younger sister is missing, suspected to be hiding from cops and criminals alike at a highly secretive BDSM retreat-a place where the elite escape to play out their most extreme sexual fantasies. To find her, Brynn must go undercover as a sexual submissive. Unfortunately, The Ranch is invitation only. And the one master who can get her in is from the darkest corner of Brynn’s past.

Brynn knows what attorney Reid Jamison is like once stripped of his conservative suit and tie. Years ago she left herself vulnerable only to have him crush her heart. Now she needs him again. Back on top. And he’s all too willing to engage. But as their primal desires and old wounds are exposed, the sexual games escalate-and so does the danger. Their hearts aren’t the only things at risk. Someone else is watching, playing by his own rules. And his game could be murder.

My Thoughts

I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect on this one  – especially based on the description of the story, but i’m always open to story lines that cross more than uncertainty in sexual situations.  What i’m learning though is that Erotica/BDSM goes really well with murder so that’s what we get here.

The style that this story is written, we get the ‘now and then’ formula which works, especially since it ends about 2/3 of the way through.  What we also get is some great insight into the relationships that we’re seeing evolve throughout and that’s a nice twist.

Our leading lady, Brynn comes from a rather colorful past – her family life isn’t the healthiest given that her mother was a hooker and her sister is now a stripper and somewhat ex drug addict.  Brynn however always managed to look out for the best for herself, held good jobs and tried her best to keep her family afloat.  She meets Reid while she’s working at the campaign office for his uncle – and that’s where her life changes forever .

Reid we learn has a dark past of his own, yet we don’t learn what that really means until more than half way through the book.  We just know that he’s afraid of what he’ll become based on his family and his past.  that’s what his fear is with Brynn since he considers her to be on a pedestal even though she’s kind of experienced it all through what her mom does. They try their hand at a relationship which is quite taboo and that of course does not end well.

we’re fast forwarded quite a few years when they re-meet one another through professional means and that’s a prescription for a complicated story.  There are still feelings and hot chemistry between these 2, yet there’s a bigger story here.  Reid was the lawyer defending the man who was jailed for Brynn’s mother’s murder and while Brynn feels that the right outcome came along, Reid is certain that there’s another person responsible.  Kelsey, Brynn’s younger sister is the one person that would be able to discover the truth, and she’s now gone missing, gone in hiding at a very private and very exclusive BDSM club where Reid gets Brynn entrance in to look for her.

Being there allows Brynn a chance to get over her fears of past demons (from a rape that happened years earlier) while allowing her a chance to see what’s really going on emotionally with herself and Reid.

I like that we have twists and turns, some that i was quite on top of throughout the story and figured out (which i’m happy that i did) and then a big loop hole at the end that was a complete surprise.  (although thinking back, i really should have picked up on it).  Anyhow, i think that this was a nicely paced story and it was nicely intertwined with some great heat, passion and steamy scening, and i can’t wait to see what comes next in this series.

My Questions:

1) what’s going to happen now that Brynn knows the truth of her parentage?

2) what’s going to happen with Reid and Brynn?

3) Do we get to see more of Jace?


Review: The Ward by Jordana Frankel


Title:  The Ward
Author: Jordana Frankel
Publisher/Year:  HarperCollins Publishers 4/30/13
Length:  480 pages


Jordana Frankel’s thrilling and imaginative YA dystopian novel The Ward is set in a near-future New York City. A catastrophic flood has washed out Manhattan, leaving the rivers polluted, and entire neighborhoods underwater. Some areas are quarantined because of an outbreak of a deadly disease.

The illness, known as the Blight, is killing sixteen-year-old Ren’s sister. Desperate to save her sister’s life, Ren agrees to lead a secret mission from the government to search for a cure. But her quest leads to a confounding mystery beneath the water and an unlikely friendship with a passionate scientist.

My Thoughts

I really enjoyed this story.  I’m a sucker for all things Dystopian in nature and i love when stories are centered around NYC since that’s where i live.  We’re taken to a point in history where there’s been a natural disaster of sorts – the ice caps have all melted and New York City has been virtually flooded.  Much of the area is actually considered islands once again, and the skyscrapers that we know and love here now are under water by significant measures.Society is also dealing with an epidemic of sorts as well – the Blight which is a contagious virus that causes tumors to grow at rapid rates.

So at the beginning of the story, we’re introduced to Ren who’s just a Tween herself and in an orphanage because that’s the life that most kids have at this point.  Their parents have died from the plague.  Ren breaks out of the orphanage to try her hand at racing and this is where we’re then fast forwarded a few years.  Ren is the only girl racer and quite amazing at it – she’s never lost.  During the 3 years in the fast forward though, she was captured byt the governing body the DI or what not and in exchange for her life and freedom, she’s become a scout for them.  See, in addition to illness and the flood, the people of New York have an issue with finding freshwater since the flooding has left everything disease ridden. People have to wait for freshwater rations and it’s a tough thing.  So as a scout, Ren has to maintain nightly contact with the DI (and keep it a secret) that she’s searching for this freshwater.

One night at a race, she’s approached by someone who claims to be part of the DI and tells her to re-route her race course and go to a different area in the city that is supposed to have freshwater.  Ren has no choice but to follow orders and almost kills herself in the process.  What she finds there not only is freshwater, but the linkage to an even deeper story.  there’s a connection to a long sought after ‘fountain of youth’ of sorts – a body of water with healing properties, and everyone wants a piece of it.

This story takes us on the journey that Ren then has moving forward.  What to do with what she learns of this water, dealing with the people that know about it and that want at it….and those that she still has to keep in the dark for their own safety.

There’s teen angst, a bit of romance and some great family love.  ( and a little bit of edward cullen in the mix with the copper haired leading male)

All in all, i really liked this story because it’s a different take on things – bringing back the dystopian that i love so much and a twist of mythology that everyone wants to believe is true.  The way that this story is set up also allows for us to hope that there’s another installment and that this is just the beginning of a series

Review: Flex Time (Office Toy #4) by Cleo Peitsche


Title:  Flex Time
Author: Cleo Peitsche
Publisher/Year:  Pouch Productions  4/24/13
Length:  80 pages
Series: Office Toy #4


Being in a relationship with Cunningham, Jonathan and Nolan is more intense than Elle ever expected. When Elle has a chance to talk with their ex, the woman’s warning is impossible to misunderstand: Run before your world gets torn apart!

But Elle’s in too deep, and she stands her ground, certain that she can face whatever the demanding Cunningham dreams up. She finds herself blindfolded on a deserted beach, eight men taking turns. Except they quickly lose patience.

These rich studs all want her, and not one of them is willing to wait.

My Thoughts

as i was saying about book 3, we started to see more into this relationship and book 4 brings us there even more.  We know that there’s a connection and that the guys are willing to see if there’s something that can be more permanent, which makes Elle incredibly happy.   The problem though is that ever since that was decided, there are things that have changed a bit and that’s discomforting.

1) She hasn’t had the same sexual encounters with the guys lately

2) they aren’t making as much time for her it seems

3) she has some one on ones with them, but less frequently

4) she’s beginning to doubt her value to the guys.  (i.e. in her head she thinks that Cunningham wants her to fit into his rich world and she doesnt see herself for what she is

so, what this means is that there are plenty of insecurities to deal with, and that means that there’s tension and we all know where that goes in books like these.  there’s some hot and steamy stuff to read through, but there are also power struggles which always end in great punishment for elle.

Low and behold though, we meet some interesting folks in this fourth installment, we get confessions and admissions to historical stuff that’s been mentioned in previous books which is nice, and well, we get a scene with 8 guys and 1 elle…which we can’t possibly begin to imagine how it’ll go down.

Suffice it to say, i feel like i am going to walk like i’ve been riding a horse for hours without a saddle and i’m not the one who was in the scene.  Enjoy….

Review: Company Vacation (Office Toy #3) by Cleo Peitsche


Title:  Company Vacation
Author: Cleo Peitsche
Publisher/Year:  Pouch Productions  2/13/13
Length:  80 pages
Series: Office Toy #3


Company Vacation is a multiple-partner erotic romance of 9,800 words. Contains office hanky panky, rough outdoor sex, dominant men, spanking, and ski masks. MMMM/f (That’s four men punishing one naughty, submissive ski bunny.)

Every winter, Cunningham and Jonathan fly the company to Aspen for a week of snow and fun. Elle’s never been on the slopes, but she’s too embarrassed to admit it, especially when Cunningham seems to be (finally) falling for her. One lie leads to another …

Despite cramming in private snowboarding lessons, Elle can’t stop the men from realizing she’s in over her head. Cunningham orders her dragged into the trees for punishment, where he, Jonathan, and Nolan are joined by a brawny stranger. It’s cold outside, but the sex is sizzling hot … maybe even hot enough to melt Cunningham’s heart.

My Thoughts

This third installment finally begins to give us some level of emotional connection which is something that i’ve been waiting for.  Mind you i enjoy the interesting dynamic of their sexual relationship and have learned what i never thought i’d learn in an erotica novel….but all in all, we see more into thes guys and that’s nice.

We know that Elle’s ‘relationship’ with Nolan is different from with the other guys – Elle gets the sense that he doesn’t really care to be around her, or even thinks of her in a sexual nature outside of the menage….especially since all their time together tends to be more friendly than sexual, but that means that she feels like she could get answers from him…which is what she tries to get in Aspen.

While Elle’s trying to learn how to snowboard since she’s convinced her men that she can ski/snowboard, she’s got a lot going on in her head.  Once the guys arrive at the resort though, she has no choice but to see if she can fake it.  Cunningham who until this point hasn’t really been all the warm and fuzzy towards Elle sees her in the company of her instructor and gets a bit jealous which is a nice surprise.  That in itself should be foreshadowing for us since we know that he likes to be fully in control.

So what comes next is a run down the mountain where Elle’s abilities are found out (or inability as the case may be), the guys decide to punish her and have their way with her on a back woods trail, and yes, a burly handsome stranger comes upon them while they are in a compromising position and actually joins in.  (like that really happens in life right?)

It’s nice to see though that maybe Elle is getting to these guys a bit more than just being the office fuck toy, and it’ll be nice to see what happens.  We also get the sens that there’s a reason why Cunningham is so guarded and can’t wait to find out if we’ll ever learn the story there.

Review: Client Satisfaction (Office Toy #2) by Cleo Peitsche


Title:  Client Satisfaction
Author: Cleo Peitsche
Publisher/Year:  Pouch Productions  12/8/12
Length:  70 pages
Series: Office Toy #2


Cunningham is taking everything from Elle but the one thing she desperately wants to give him: her heart. Nolan keeps warning her that she’s playing with fire, so Elle works even harder to be the perfect emotionless sub to her three dominant lovers.
Apparently it’s not enough, and Cunningham loans her out to two clients—alone. She’s never felt so betrayed. When Nolan and Jonathan crash the party, Elle knows she’s not the only one getting attached.
But where’s Cunningham? And what will he do when he finds four men debasing his precious office toy?

My Thoughts

this 2nd installment in the series brings us a few weeks into Elle’s job at the agency where we learn more about her sexcapades with the guys than what she does at all.  Her submission to the 3 guys is a constant thing and we definitely get the sense that cunningham is the Alpha Male Dom out of the trio and that Nolan still has a few things that he’s keeping to himself.  Jonathan we can’t help but to love since he’s caring and gentle and fulfills Elle when she’s not able to get what she wants from Cunningham (i.e. the emotional connection).

Nolan continues to warn Elle off of falling in love or getting attached to them, and she thinks that she’s having a breakthrough when Cunningham invites her to Friday night dinner.  Low and behold though, it’s a dinner that he’s not planning to attend (at least has decided at the last minute that he’s not attending) and Elle finds herself sitting at a table with 2 important clients – Gustav and Karl who are clearly in on the sexual dom nature of what Elle does, and decides to take things a bit further themselves  (which she’s open to).  Jonathan and Nolan come in assuming that Cunningham is with them and when that’s not the case, tension ensues.  their dinner however continues into a hotel suite where instead of a usual 4-some, it’s a 5 some and then…..another visitor joins.

All in all, we get the gang bang sense from this story which seems to be what Cleo is great at writing here, but it doesn’t seem dirty – just very steamy and consensual and makes you wonder what you can take.

Review: Office Toy (Office Toy #1) by Cleo Peitsche



Title:  Office Toy
Author: Cleo Peitsche
Publisher/Year:  Pouch Productions  10/22/12
Length:  24 pages
Series: Office Toy #1


Elle’s job interview starts with Cunningham throwing away her cheap clothes and sending his assistant to buy new outfits. He’s got her naked, so of course he’ll lay her out on the conference table and claim her mouth. Soon Elle is trussed up, all of her holes stretched full while three hot men have their wicked way.

She loves her first tastes of liberated, naughty sex. But she’d better not start falling for her boss—no matter how safe he makes her feel—because while office sex is encouraged, romance is strictly forbidden.

My Thoughts

i’m still not quite sure what to make of this little story – it’s about 24 pages of an orgy.  We meet Elle when she’s going to a job interview at what i think is supposed to be an advertising agency, however that’s not at all what her interview turns out to be.  She meets Nolan the receptionist who’s handsome but quite rude, then she meets Cunningham, who’s the boss who’s strikingly handsome and then she meets Jonathan the other boss who’s absolutely beautiful.

Following her phone interview she should have realized that things weren’t quite normal – she had to undergo a psychological screening first before coming in for an in person, and then once she’s in the office – Cunningham looks at her portfolio for about 5 seconds and then says ‘what would you do to get this job’, and then when elle says ‘anything’, he proceeds to have Nolan go out and buy her a new wardrobe in a matter of minutes, and an interesting threesome among Jonathan, cunningham and Elle ensue.  Upon Nolan’s return, he involves himself too.

Throughout this, we get the sense that Elle is quite sexual in nature anyhow since she talks about her toys at home and has these fantasies that tie directly to what’s going on.

I kept expecting there to be a story at least but i’m not sure what i really expected given that it was just a 24 page snippet.  There’s not much else to say about this expect if you want a quick steamy scene, check out this little book.