Executive Pleasures: Volume I

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Rachel and Liam make the ultimate New York power couple: young, ambitious, determined and headstrong. Working together at their own consulting firm, the similarities that they share help their business succeed, but also make their personal life tumultuous. Their power struggles emerge in the bedroom, where they each fight to see who has the upper hand. Who will come out on top? More
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Review by: Christina Harding on May 22, 2014 :
In less than 6,000 words Jill provides a raunchy story with no less than three sex scenes! She more than effectively encapsulates how enticing sex toys are and provides an excellent argument for why it's beneficial to remain open-minded regarding ways to be creative in bed. May this story also serve as a reminder to the benefits of setting aside your work life to indulge in your personal life. I'm sure I'm not the only one who needed this reminder at one time or another. Another aspect that I enjoyed about this short was the juxtaposition between how we present ourselves in our work vs. private lives. It was really arousing to see how quickly this couple shifted from being executives to being lovers. I would have liked to see more of this story told in present tense, but I was easily able to overlook this detail and find arousal from this story.
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