Byron scholar, Dexter Wildblood, is in hot pursuit of Adam Blow, but Adam fears that surrendering to their mutual passion is too dangerous to risk.
When university administrator Adam Blow steals the departmental photograph of Professor Dexter Wildblood, Byron scholar and new member of staff, he gets far more than he bargained for. Not only is Wildblood hot for Adam, he doesn’t care who knows or sees. But Adam, worried about jeopardizing his job, is far more cautious and wants to keep Wildblood at bay.
But Wildblood, reckless and dissolute, isn’t easily dissuaded and Adam finds him impossible to resist. Can they work out their differences and surrender to passion? Or will Adam play it safe in the face of danger?
General Release Date: 5th April 2016
Pauline Killigan, school admin manager and royal pain in the arse, looked as if she was about to lay an egg. Rake-thin and stoop-shouldered, she scuttled toward Adam’s desk, her flustered manner warning him of her approach. With practiced speed, Adam closed his Facebook page and replaced it with an Excel spreadsheet.
“Adam, we have a crisis looming,” exclaimed Pauline, wringing her bony hands in anxiety.
Adam swiveled his chair around to face her, surprised to see that Pauline was wearing cherry-red lipstick. She so rarely applied makeup that the effect was comparable to someone wearing plastic, Christmas-cracker lips.
“Yeah?” he said coolly. “What is it this time, Pauline?”
“Today of all days,” she replied. “As if I don’t have enough to do already.”
Adam then noticed that Pauline was dressed more smartly than usual, a navy blue skirt suit hanging off her gangly frame, a rope of pearls peeking through the collar of her pristine white blouse. The day was far too muggy to warrant a jacket, especially in an office with no AC.
“Well, whatever the problem is, I’m sure we can sort it out,” said Adam.
“But I’m not sure we can! Not by this afternoon. It’s a disaster, an unmitigated disaster.”
Adam repressed a sigh. Since joining the university’s School of History, English Literature and Philosophy—HELP—four years ago, he’d grown accustomed to Pauline’s crises. Either his calm manner or relative longevity in post had resulted in him becoming her unofficial crisis manager. But some days, especially days such as today when the humidity was exhausting, he could really do without the hassle.
Word Count: 12,914
Book Length: SHORT STORY
Dolly Watt has been spinning saucy stories in her head for over a decade but has only recently sat down at a keyboard and allowed her imagination to run riot. And oh boy, does it run!
Dolly (Dolores for long) lives in rural Sussex with her handsome husband, their two kids, and a growing menagerie of pets in a house she describes as ‘shabby chic’ in the hope of convincing herself it doesn’t resemble an explosion at a jumble sale.
Dolly loves writing character-driven erotic romance with a side order of kink and laughter.
Dolly is working on a number of short stories while the house falls down around her, and the children turn feral.
Reviewed by Crystal's Many Reviewers
So, if your looking for a steamy romp with an actual story that goes with it, than this quick little novella is perfect. I was seriously pleasantly surprised how much story was with my sex. And the sex,...
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Reviewed by Wicked Reads
This is a really fun little read – and if you have ever worked in academia, it will definitely make you chuckle.
Thank you Ms. Watt for a sexy, fun, and entertaining read.
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