Nine-To-Five Fantasies : Tales of Sex on the Job
Overview - Alison Tyler really knows how to mix business with pleasure, and she proves it in her adventurous Nine-to-Five Fantasies. We ve all heard the saying "all work and no play" makes life pretty darn dull. Alison Tyler is to the rescue with a high performance collection that offers steamy stories on the art of getting it on at work. Read more...
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Alison Tyler really knows how to mix business with pleasure, and she proves it in her adventurous Nine-to-Five Fantasies. We ve all heard the saying "all work and no play" makes life pretty darn dull. Alison Tyler is to the rescue with a high performance collection that offers steamy stories on the art of getting it on at work. Even the most mundane 9-to-5 job can lead to a rowdy romp that leaves people talking by the water cooler. From special offices where naughty secretaries are firmly spanked to customer service callers who hook up with pros and temps finding the boss man of their dreams, the restrictions on employee dating are wantonly and willfully broken here. Editrix Tyler and her top notch contributors are a highly creative bunch who knew that office supplies are so sexy? Rulers are made for a good spanking, shipping tape is handy for bondage, and corner offices are custom-made for a good snog Let's get kinky in the cubicles "
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Tyler (the Alphabet Erotica series) compiles 18 inventive and toe-curling original erotic fantasies related to a variety of contemporary jobs. In most cases, the sex happens at the actual workplace: behind closed office doors, in a theater tech booth, against a car in a mechanic’s shop. The stories cover a wide variety of professions—barber, personal trainer, cowboy, teacher—and incorporate diverse interests, including both straight and queer pairings and a range of kinks. Every story features off-the-charts heat, and there’s often a sweetness at the center, as in A.M. Hartnett’s “Just a Little Tenderness,” in which a delivery man with a broken leg needs the narrator’s care. Other charismatic stand-outs include Andrea Dale’s “California Dreamin’,” Devin Phillips’s “Current Photo, Please,” and Cora Zane’s “Body Work.” Most of the stories feature the realization of long-held fantasies—about a person, an act, or both—in ways that build a solid emotional basis for the splendid sex. This anthology is a must-read for anyone fancying a bit of play at work. (Nov.)