I think my dick is broken.
I haven’t fucked in three months.
That’s how pathetic the situation has become. I haven’t had a dry spell like this since…well—never.
People like me don’t have dry spells.In New York, if you’re twenty-six, richer than God, and still can’t get laid…that’s just fucked up.
Except this isn’t even my fault—I can’t help that hours of nothing but old geezers in suits talking about negotiations and acquisitions bores my dick to dormancy.
I fucking wish I was bi-polar. Then one of my alter egos could have a better libido.
Instead, I’m given the personal assistant from hell.
The only thing worse than being a personal assistant is being one for your high school nemesis.
But if this is the only way I can escape the family business, so be it.
I can bite my tongue and shit on my pride for a few months…I hope.
I have been desperate to get my hands on this book since I read the Synopsis for it. It sounded completely up my street and I was hooked immediately from just reading it. As soon as it came through to my kindle at 3AM I started the book. I was instantly sucked straight in to the story and laughing continuously. One minute I was reading the book, laughing along, getting to know the characters and the basic out line of the story and the next thing I knew it ended. My first thought was where is the rest of the book? I didn’t realize that this was a 4 part series and each book was not going to be very long and you would have to wait for each part to be released separately at different times.
Rachel and Connors Little Black Book:Volume One is told in alternate POVs. Which everyone knows I love, as I love to get a better look in to each characters minds and lives.
Both characters are used to living the high life and having helpers to keep them on time and to keep their lives flowing to perfection. You can tell there is the instant sexual tension between them. All the back and forth comments between the two of them had me in stitches. Then BAM, a very clever twist and the end of volume one.
Reading this book took no time at all, yes it was a short story just to get you going and give you the basics of the characters and the story, but I was so engrossed in the story and the fact that I laughed from start to finish made the time fly by. I loved how the author made the story flow and how she introduced both the characters. The author was brilliant at adding humor throughout, but it wasn’t forced humor. All the humor flowed and intertwined brilliantly throughout the whole story.
I’m desperate to read part 2 of the story. I hope the humor carries on throughout the next few books, by also we get more information about the characters and more push and pull between them.