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Lisa Scott is a former TV news anchor, who now enjoys making up stories instead of sticking to the facts. She works as a voice actor when not writing in her upstate NY home.
on Nov. 27, 2013 :
Office Flirts! By Lisa Scott
The employees of Dunner Advertising have a bit more than work on their minds. Along with having fun and pulling pranks, romance is running through the cubicles as well. Some old and some new romances along with hidden love as well. Lisa Scott's Flirts! books are fun and easy for those times you aren't in a mood for a long story and want a few giggles along the way.
Jenny is a happy go lucky prankster and she enjoys her food. She's content with her body and is sure there must be a guy out there somewhere who would like it too. Like the new guy at work, Nolan. Told from Jenny's point of view only.
Joy and Joe's secret relationship isn't really so secret. In Office Prank all their co-workers knew about it. They aren't quite the clandestine couple. What will happen when these two career minded people get caught between moving up in the world or their relationship?
The Right Man for the Job
Charlotte Michaels made a huge mistake. When her boyfriend broke up with her she ran into the arms of another man. The wrong one. After a short marriage with the cheating scum she wants a second chance with Tristan, the IT guy at work that she never stopped loving. Only he's been dating the boss’s cousin and it makes things a bit sticky.
Shelby Shanahan is one of those gals without a filter on her mouth. Maybe a gag would do her better. Or in her opinion she's just truthful, says it as it is. When Jarod Smith comes to do some “work” at Dunner, he quickly finds that Shelby's truthfulness is catchy.
Who's the Boss?
Lizzy Miller enjoys her job as the receptionist at Dunner Advertising. Now that Jillian, their ex-boss, has left the building...along with goldfish...time to face a new boss. Only the face of the new boss is not what Lizzy expects. She knows that handsome face. Ryan Ferguson.
(reviewed the day of purchase)