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THE RECEPTIONIST
by Juniper Bell

Genre: Erotic Romance, Anthology

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Bell’s talent for good, solid erotica thrives in this trio of tales featuring BDSM, ménage, m/m, f/f and voyeurism. Dana’s streetwise attitude and infectious humor make her a perfect fit for the two gorgeous men who decide to make her their own.

Dana gets more than she bargains for when she accepts a job at the consulting firm of Cowell & Dirk in “Training the Receptionist” and EVP Simon Dirk starts her first day off with a bang. He’s awaiting the return and approval of his mentor and senior partner Ethan Cowell. The men introduce Dana to the world of ménage. In “Restraining the Receptionist,” the original rules requiring Simon be present in all scenes is shifting. Dana finds herself increasingly attracted to Ethan, and the rules suddenly change as she discovers the men are lovers. After a year of bliss, in “Unleashing the Receptionist,” the trio’s harmony is threatened by a company audit by the IRS and Dana’s quest to know more about her partners. (SAMHAIN, Jul., 304 pp., $16.00)

Reviewed By: Donna M. Brown

Publisher: SAMHAIN

Published: July 2014

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