Banned Review: Not Safe for Work by Charlotte Stein

“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.

The Meta Details:
Source: Netgalley
Format: eBook
Length: 69 pages (*giggle*)
Publication Date: June 27, 2017
Genre: Romance, Erotica, Menage
Content Level: Adult
Pearl Clutching Content: a lot of graphic and varied *throws confetti* SEX
Trigger Warnings: this skirts the edge of my “man in position of authority is mad at you” trigger
Featuring: a repressed billionaire, his happy-go-lucky best friend, and a personal assistant who wants in that sammich. Oh, and a list of all the office items I won’t touch at the fictional Hartford Industries.

Recommended for: Erotica lovers everywhere
Rating: Must read

Ginny Lurcock’s Thoughts: If you’re fortunate enough to interact with Charlotte Stein on Twitter (which I have been) you know she’s one of the sweetest and most compassionate people in the world. She loves her friends, her fans, her family, and her little dog too.So how she manages to come up unique and charged sexual encounters time after time…

Her mind must be a fascinating place.

Not Safe For Work is no exception. At a scant 60 pages, you would think that she couldn’t crank out a plot, tension, chemistry, and resolution. Especially between three characters. But she does, and she does so masterfully.

Because it’s only 60 pages, it’s stripped down of all outside influences. The only characters you get are the three involved in the romance and they’re only struggling against themselves with no outside influences…

And that’s all you need. Well, that’s all Ms. Stein needs to craft characters with enough depth, a plot that’s tense enough, and enough scorching sexual characters to get you to the end in what feels like seconds. Leaving you shouting “THAT’S IT, BUT I NEED MORE!”

(I know I said enough there like three dozen times, but the truth is this story is more than enough… It’s glorious. And totally not safe for work.)

A complimentary copy of this book was provided in exchange for a fair and honest review via Netgalley.

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