Estelle Verne, known by the guys in the office as ‘Super Arse’, is everything a man could want. She is highly intelligent, beautiful, and highly successful in her career. So when she starts making Martin Godfrey’s life a misery, he finds himself utterly unable to fight back against her.
Until the day he catches her doing something very naughty under the tea booth sink.
Given the opportunity to get his revenge against the haughty Estelle, he battles his conscience, and his utter dislike of the woman, to strike a deal with her.
For three days she will be his plaything. Three days in which Estelle will obey his every command.
Now Martin has the grown up dolly he has always wanted, but does he have the will to use her?
And will she continue to obey his ever more perverted demands?
This erotic novella signals the return of acclaimed erotica author, Stephanie Calvin, after ten years of new experiences, to the genre of sexual romance. Readers of her previous books know that they can expect languid, ecstatic and wickedly filthy scenes to spill from the pages, as she explores the tensions arising from sexual blackmail and office politics in the age of the metro sexual.
Warning: Contains explicit descriptions of flagellation, sodomy, fellatio, exhibitionism, anal toying, and, of course, a little bit of romance. Definitely not suitable for minors.
One rainy afternoon in a Brooklyn diner, Peter Howland punctures an egg with his fork. Undercooked, the egg oozes a thick, snot–like goo; repulsed, Peter pushes the plate away and never eats again. Fifteen years later, feeling as fit as the first foodless day over a decade ago, he heads to Paris, arguably the gastronomic center of the…