Twenty erotic short stories that give a new meaning to job satisfaction. From encounters with the boss to affairs with colleagues or forbidden liaisons with clients, these stories revolve around workplace relationships and environments.
There are orgies at the office, frisky fun at the factory and even tales of a tailor shop which provides that extra special 'customer service'.
Featuring the best new voices and established authors around today, these stories are indecent beyond your wildest dreams.
Edited by Miranda Forbes and published by Xcite - winners of 'Erotic Fiction Publisher 2010' at Jade Erotic Awards.
Productivity - K D Grace
Angeline's Atelier - Izzy French
Buzz Cut - Rachel Kramer Bussel
The Gothic Supplement - Emma Lydia Bates
Doctor Perrone and the Spank Master - J J Monroe
Kingmaker - Justine Elyot
Freedom of the Breast - Landon Dixon
Cardboard - Kay Jaybee
Employees Only - Angel Propps
Jumping the Gun - Zee Kensington
Just Like Your Father - Soomer Marsden
The Salon Sensual - J Troy Seate
Tropical Paradise - Velvet Tripp
Typing Pool - Honey Leigh
The Deepest Dig - Sylvia Lowry
Under the Desk - Charlotte Stein
Marriage of Convenience - Jeremy Edwards
On the Lookout - Mia Lovejoy
Needled - Heidi Champa
Caged Heat - Lynn Lake
202 pages. Paperback. Sexually explicit.
Xcite Books - Sex at Work: 20 Sex Stories 10 out of 10 (2 reviews) Write your own review
I wish my work was this good
Reviewed: 20 August 2011 by Pixie_Murree, a Straight Going Steady Female
I have wanted to read this book for a while now. The idea of sex at work appeals to my naughty side (although I have never done it)! This book didn't disappoint me at all.
The book has 20 stories about sex at work and every one is completely different. I was imagining it to be all office-based but there were so many different settings it never got boring. They even span the ages, with some set in the 18th and 19th century which I found made a nice change.
When I read erotic fiction I like to be able to imagine the situations happening to me, which with this book I really could. The stories are mostly set from a female's point of view but there are some from a male point of view too - the one set in a piercing shop was a particularly good example of this.
Overall, my favourite one was 'On the lookout'. This has a really different storyline which I would have never thought of and a brilliant twist at the end.
I think the idea of 20 short stories in a book has is upsides and downsides. The upside is you can read a whole story really quickly and this is great if you have little time to read. But on the downside sometimes you find a story you really like and I personally really wish it would go on more in-depth.
Would I recommend this book - hell yeah, brilliant read with something for everyone.
Will I continue to buy short story books by this company? Yes I will. The company seems to combine stories from some excellent writers and this gives you a chance to discover those writers you really like and then if you want you can hunt for more full-length works from them.
- Each story is different and really enjoyable.
- Would have enjoyed more!
- Bottom line
- Great easy read. I could actually put myself into the story.
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Good varied collection of short stories
Reviewed: 13 February 2011 by suze9, a Straight Married Female
One of the first erotic books I bought was a collection of stories and I still to this day have not finished it. I found each of the stories to be too slow on the uptake and I got bored very quickly. This book on the other hand has ignited my interest in short story collections and will be purchasing more from the range after this experience as I found the whole book to be well written and put together.
1. On the whole, was the book well written?
I found this book to be well written, each of the 20 writers had a different style and I did not find any one of the stories or writing style a turn off.
2. Did the book have a good storyline, or was the storyline weak?
The story line for this collection was sex at work and no two were the same, you had a few in an office setting but each one was very different from the others which I very much enjoyed.
3. Did you find yourself wanting to read more or was it easy to put down?
As a mum of three I found this an easy book to read as I could stop at the end of a story and come back to it when I got a chance. I found myself shunning magazines in favour of this collection which is unheard of for me.
4. What were the kinkiest scenes in the book?
I enjoyed the scenes in Under The Desk where the character pleasures her self at her work station with the encouragement of an online friend who turns out to be in the same office.
5. How kinky was the content? 1 = boring, 10 = super kinky
This book was for me around a 6 on the kink scale which made it a pretty good read, it was more relistic than other books I have read because of this.
6. Were there any scenes that were turn-offs, or too extreme? What were they?
As far as I personally am concerned none of the scenes were too extreme and none of the scenes were a turn off.
7. Was there a theme to the anthology? If so, what was it and were the stories well selected considering the theme?
All of the stories had the theme of Sex At Work and every one was a different couples take on this theme, no two experiences were the same which made it a good collection to read.
8. Roughly how many stories did you enjoy? (three quarters, half, a third, none)
I honestly enjoyed reading every single one of the 20 stories in this collection.
- Each story got the the point pretty quick whilst still giving plenty background info.
- Can't really think of anything to be honest.
- Bottom line
- A varied range of stories where women take control.
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