An Ambitious Sin (paranormal erotica)
Liz Andrews is used to using her sexuality to get what she wants. When her corporate rival beats her to a promotion, she'll have to go beyond her usual seductive wiles. Dark magic can give her the edge she needs... but perhaps more edge than she can handle! More
The 13 Shades of Sin series tells the story of a modern coven of witches who've accidentally summoned a pagan sex god. Each of them gets a wish. Each of them has a need. None of them are prepared for the consequences.
Liz Andrews is used to using her sexuality to get what she wants. When her corporate rival beats her to a promotion, she'll have to go beyond her usual seductive wiles. Dark magic can give her the edge she needs... but perhaps more edge than she can handle!
This 4500 word story contains scenes of oral sex, office sex, and hate-fucking.
Liz's boss Mr. Ogden was a healthy man in his early fifties, gray but not balding. Liz had always admired the way the man kept in shape.
He sat up as she entered, leaning back in his chair. “Miss Andrews. Bennett had mentioned you were unhappy that we…”
Ogden trailed off as she approached, eyes riveted to the sway of her hips.
“…passed you over for the Client Relations position…”
She stopped by his desk, sitting on its edge and knocking aside the framed family portrait, giving Bob a good solid look at her rear. “That’s what I’m here to talk about, Mr. Ogden.”
His face had grown pink and he visibly forced himself not to stare, instead looking at the papers on his desk. “Yes, well, you see. Mr. Sheffield simply has more qualifications for the job. Your talents are better applied elsewhere.”
He fell silent as she swung her legs around his chair and slid off of the desk and onto his lap, straddling him. She could feel his hardness against her crotch through the thin material of his trousers. Almost languidly she lay her arms across his shoulders, past the head of his chair, and pressed her breasts up against his chest.
Their lips were but inches apart. “Tell me where I can apply my talents, Bob.”