Gnome_man

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I'm just an old bookworm with a lot of time on my hands.

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Smashwords book reviews by Gnome_man

  • Life as a New Hire, Deadly Secrets, Volume 1 on March 24, 2015
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    Cáel Nyilas is an ordinary young man. He encounters a woman, they become interested and go to bed. A perfectly ordinary thing, right? Lots of guys do this on any Saturday night. Perfectly ordinary. Well, maybe. Eight to ten times a day isn’t quite “ordinary,” though. You could say that he is irresistible, but that isn’t quite it, either. Then, he graduates from Bolingbrook College of New Hampshire and is lucky enough to be hired by Havenstone Commercial Investments. He’s one of five new men hired by Havenstone. Perfectly ordinary, right? Well, maybe. In fact, he’s one of the only five men in the entire large corporation. The rest of the organization is 100% staffed by women who are, at minimum, near-olypmic level athletes with better-than-average looks. Heaven for a guy like Nyilas, right? Except that there is a rule in his new employees handbook that says that it is against corporate policy for interns to engage in sexual activity with other interns or permanent employees of the firm. Add in the fact that all these women seem... unfriendly. Decidedly unfriendly. It isn’t quite spelled out what corporate policy is for those who break this rule (or any other) but Cáel really wants to keep this job. Then, one of the other four male interns breaks that rule and is... I’d rather not say, but Cáel is taxed to his mental and physical limits trying to avoid breaking The Rules for the next 84 days. This is a hell of a good read, with action, adventure, sex, suspense and mayhem enough to fill a dozen books. For those who like dark humor, an engaging, interesting young man and equally engaging hotties, you’ll love this series of books. James Dosher is a very good writer who has created some of the most interesting works that I’ve ever encountered.
  • Life as a New Hire, Blood is Spilt, Volume II on March 24, 2015
    (no rating)
    Cáel Nyilas is an ordinary young man. He encounters a woman, they become interested and go to bed. A perfectly ordinary thing, right? Lots of guys do this on any Saturday night. Perfectly ordinary. Well, maybe. Eight to ten times a day isn’t quite “ordinary,” though. You could say that he is irresistible, but that isn’t quite it, either. Then, he graduates from Bolingbrook College of New Hampshire and is lucky enough to be hired by Havenstone Commercial Investments. He’s one of five new men hired by Havenstone. Perfectly ordinary, right? Well, maybe. In fact, he’s one of the only five men in the entire large corporation. The rest of the organization is 100% staffed by women who are, at minimum, near-olypmic level athletes with better-than-average looks. Heaven for a guy like Nyilas, right? Except that there is a rule in his new employees handbook that says that it is against corporate policy for interns to engage in sexual activity with other interns or permanent employees of the firm. Add in the fact that all these women seem... unfriendly. Decidedly unfriendly. It isn’t quite spelled out what corporate policy is for those who break this rule (or any other) but Cáel really wants to keep this job. Then, one of the other four male interns breaks that rule and is... I’d rather not say, but Cáel is taxed to his mental and physical limits trying to avoid breaking The Rules for the next 84 days. This is a hell of a good read, with action, adventure, sex, suspense and mayhem enough to fill a dozen books. For those who like dark humor, an engaging, interesting young man and equally engaging hotties, you’ll love this series of books. James Dosher is a very good writer who has created some of the most interesting works that I’ve ever encountered.
  • Life as a New Hire, Amusement, Annoyance, Pride, and Sex, Volume III on March 24, 2015
    (no rating)
    Cáel Nyilas is an ordinary young man. He encounters a woman, they become interested and go to bed. A perfectly ordinary thing, right? Lots of guys do this on any Saturday night. Perfectly ordinary. Well, maybe. Eight to ten times a day isn’t quite “ordinary,” though. You could say that he is irresistible, but that isn’t quite it, either. Then, he graduates from Bolingbrook College of New Hampshire and is lucky enough to be hired by Havenstone Commercial Investments. He’s one of five new men hired by Havenstone. Perfectly ordinary, right? Well, maybe. In fact, he’s one of the only five men in the entire large corporation. The rest of the organization is 100% staffed by women who are, at minimum, near-olypmic level athletes with better-than-average looks. Heaven for a guy like Nyilas, right? Except that there is a rule in his new employees handbook that says that it is against corporate policy for interns to engage in sexual activity with other interns or permanent employees of the firm. Add in the fact that all these women seem... unfriendly. Decidedly unfriendly. It isn’t quite spelled out what corporate policy is for those who break this rule (or any other) but Cáel really wants to keep this job. Then, one of the other four male interns breaks that rule and is... I’d rather not say, but Cáel is taxed to his mental and physical limits trying to avoid breaking The Rules for the next 84 days. This is a hell of a good read, with action, adventure, sex, suspense and mayhem enough to fill a dozen books. For those who like dark humor, an engaging, interesting young man and equally engaging hotties, you’ll love this series of books. James Dosher is a very good writer who has created some of the most interesting works that I’ve ever encountered.
  • Life as a New Hire, Sex, Life and Death, Volume IV on March 24, 2015
    (no rating)
    Cáel Nyilas is an ordinary young man. He encounters a woman, they become interested and go to bed. A perfectly ordinary thing, right? Lots of guys do this on any Saturday night. Perfectly ordinary. Well, maybe. Eight to ten times a day isn’t quite “ordinary,” though. You could say that he is irresistible, but that isn’t quite it, either. Then, he graduates from Bolingbrook College of New Hampshire and is lucky enough to be hired by Havenstone Commercial Investments. He’s one of five new men hired by Havenstone. Perfectly ordinary, right? Well, maybe. In fact, he’s one of the only five men in the entire large corporation. The rest of the organization is 100% staffed by women who are, at minimum, near-olypmic level athletes with better-than-average looks. Heaven for a guy like Nyilas, right? Except that there is a rule in his new employees handbook that says that it is against corporate policy for interns to engage in sexual activity with other interns or permanent employees of the firm. Add in the fact that all these women seem... unfriendly. Decidedly unfriendly. It isn’t quite spelled out what corporate policy is for those who break this rule (or any other) but Cáel really wants to keep this job. Then, one of the other four male interns breaks that rule and is... I’d rather not say, but Cáel is taxed to his mental and physical limits trying to avoid breaking The Rules for the next 84 days. This is a hell of a good read, with action, adventure, sex, suspense and mayhem enough to fill a dozen books. For those who like dark humor, an engaging, interesting young man and equally engaging hotties, you’ll love this series of books. James Dosher is a very good writer who has created some of the most interesting works that I’ve ever encountered.
  • Havenstone Employee Handbook and Guide on March 24, 2015
    (no rating)
    Be warned: There is quite a lot in the "Handbook" that hints strongly of chapters not yet printed in this series. Still, this is a good source for background information and will help you keep track of the huge cast of characters - unless of course you're like me, and re-read the stories five or six times. I can't help it. I'm addicted. Cáel Nyilas is an ordinary young man. He encounters a woman, they become interested and go to bed. A perfectly ordinary thing, right? Lots of guys do this on any Saturday night. Perfectly ordinary. Well, maybe. Eight to ten times a day isn’t quite “ordinary,” though. You could say that he is irresistible, but that isn’t quite it, either. Then, he graduates from Bolingbrook College of New Hampshire and is lucky enough to be hired by Havenstone Commercial Investments. He’s one of five new men hired by Havenstone. Perfectly ordinary, right? Well, maybe. In fact, he’s one of the only five men in the entire large corporation. The rest of the organization is 100% staffed by women who are, at minimum, near-olypmic level athletes with better-than-average looks. Heaven for a guy like Nyilas, right? Except that there is a rule in his new employees handbook that says that it is against corporate policy for interns to engage in sexual activity with other interns or permanent employees of the firm. Add in the fact that all these women seem... unfriendly. Decidedly unfriendly. It isn’t quite spelled out what corporate policy is for those who break this rule (or any other) but Cáel really wants to keep this job. Then, one of the other four male interns breaks that rule and is... I’d rather not say, but Cáel is taxed to his mental and physical limits trying to avoid breaking The Rules for the next 84 days. This is a hell of a good read, with action, adventure, sex, suspense and mayhem enough to fill a dozen books. For those who like dark humor, an engaging, interesting young man and equally engaging hotties, you’ll love this series of books. James Dosher is a very good writer who has created some of the most interesting works that I’ve ever encountered.
  • Life as a New Hire, Burial Rebirth, Volume V on April 19, 2015

    Cael finally gets to meet his maker. Er, makers. Sort of... His father is... dead. Cael is forced to go home for the funeral, and that isn't going to be pleasant. A quiet family get-together, with his father's sister, Stella, four of his ten identical maternal aunts (and one uncle - well, they say he's Cael's uncle, though it is uncertain if Uncle is human) at the graveside turns into mayhem and sexy mischief as various factions of the world's most powerful secret societies attempt to meet and greet the young man. After an eventful time of it, he returns home to Havenstone. Ooops. Somebody... Oh, lots of "somebodies" back home AREN'T happy with our hero. Something about the war that he'd gotten them into was annoying them. For some reason. But, with the help of his evil, psychic-twin grandmother that he'd never had, and a for-real goddess, Cael's going to really wow the lethal ladies of Havenstone. This is some really great stuff, hilarious and heart-wrenching in turn, with witty repartee and scaldingly boiling sex. You'll love it. I do.