Published March 20th 2008 by Cobblestone Press, LLC
Sick and tired of relying on inept men, Sommer Daniels is taking control of her orgasms. She bought a vibrator, but she'd like to find a sexy man who can show her the ropes – properly. Unfortunately, her computer freezes up at work before a huge deadline. Fortunately, the IT guy who comes to fix it is more than willing to help her find a few of those orgasms she's been looking for, on her desk in her office! They can't seem to stay away from each other, but Ted Maxwell is keeping a secret. Will it ruin their blossoming relationship?
I don't think I will ever tire of a good office fantasy. What I do tire of is that constant echoing of "This isn't me." or "I normally don't do things like this." But for all of it's repetition, I was actually pleased by the last line.
Sommer and Ted click within moments of meeting one another at a point in Summer's life when she needs it most. On the same hand, Ted has given up on dating. What good-hearted millionaire doesn't? Impulsive at it's beginning, their fling spans a few days before the truth inevitably comes out and then it's one of those things where apparently lying isn't such a big deal anymore. He was doing great with the omission loophole until the part where he flat out declared an untruth. Good grief, is it so hard to be a good man? 3 out of 5 stars.