The Boss's Terms

Rated 3.13/5 based on 8 reviews
For a year Ruth thought her boss was a perfect gentleman, until he found a way to prove her wrong.
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Words: 1,940
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458161383
About Ernest Winchester

I began spinning yarns at a young age, regaling my audience (my long suffering mother) each afternoon with tall tales of the second grade happenings of the day.
Years later, the duties of raising a family of five children curtailed my writing cravings until retirement allowed time to indulge my fertile imagination. I can now claim the dubious title of author without fearing being struck by lightning for lying. Over a dozen novels—only four published so far—and close to two dozen short stories total my output since I starting drawing SS checks. Retirement is grand.

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Review by: Naoko Smith on July 10, 2012 :
Oh yes I loved it! (although it's not erotica, you agent provocateur, it's good writing! anti-erotica). I worked as a secretary for years, you capture so well that sense of someone having power over you which is supposed to be sexy but which actually isn't. (I should remove this review in a bit as it's becoming a spoiler.) Fairy tale ending, I'm afraid!
Couple of typos, especially at the start so worth tidying up because there it's particularly distracting.
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Review by: Jezi Jezi on May 24, 2012 :
haha this one is pretty funny. thinking that the boss always has control on her secretary. the ending was hilarious and should teach a lesson to perverts!!!
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Review by: Theresa M on Jan. 22, 2011 :
The ending was not what I expected at all.
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Review by: John Davis on Jan. 09, 2011 :
whoa - did NOT see THAT ending coming!
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Review by: Evangeline Love on Jan. 04, 2011 :
Liked the unexpected ending.
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Review by: Desert Rose on Dec. 04, 2010 :
Ruth is about to discover the other side of her boss, Mr. Hastings. When a letter she wrote goes wrong he calls her in to discuss what to do with her since her first annual evaluation is due.

The story was good and so was the writing, the ending was a unexpected shock. I didn't particularly like the end.

This was a first time author for me but I would like to check other publications since I enjoyed the writing style.
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Review by: Pam Castleman on Oct. 29, 2010 :
I enjoyed the story. Has possiblities for a good book.
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Review by: J. Jenkins on Sep. 14, 2010 :
A shocking story, but believable. The twist at the end was unexpected.
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