The beautiful but haughty Ellen Sanchez thought she could get away with embezzling from Jack Sawyer, the powerful CEO of Sawyer Metalworking. When she was caught, she said she’d do “anything” to avoid going to jail. Anything turned out to be a new position for Ellen: Company love slave. After months of pleasing everyone on command, Ellen discovered a side of herself he had never suspected; she enjoyed being an “Office Slave.”
J. W. McKenna continues the arousing story of Jack Sawyer and his sex slave, Ellen. Two years after agreeing to pay off her embezzlement debt with sex, El remains at Sawyer Manufacturing, servicing clients and employees. The debt has been paid in full–but by now, she’s come to enjoy the constant attention and stimulation. But an angry co-worker blows the whistle on Jack. He is arrested and Ellen is set to be the start witness for the prosecution. Soon the whole city is abuzz with the sordid story. However, the tough female prosecutor didn’t count on El’s unusual affection for Jack or her naturally submissive nature. The case takes a surprising turn that stuns everyone involved.
horrible nice enough to buy me Office Slave and Office Slave II. When she asked me if I planned to review them, I had no earthly idea how I would go about doing that. So what you’re about to read are email exchanges between myself and Holly as I’m reading these books.
A bit of a warning. These are completely unedited emails. There is lots and lots of explicit language (mostly on my part) thrown about. There is a excerpt that will probably bother most of you. There is also a crap load of spoilers. So if you’re actually intended on reading these books, don’t read any further.
This is actually two separate emails. One while I read OS and one while I read OSII.
Holly: Here’s the Office Slave one I was talking about.
Casee: Sawyer Metalworking? Is that supposed to be in reference to his man root?
Holly: LMAO! You just never know.
Casee: dude, I am not liking this book. Seriously. (Note: my punctuation seriously deteriorates when I’m agitated)
Holly: Well..duh! I told you…it’s just hilarious in one of those OMG, that is soooo not funny kind of ways. It’s like a trainwreck. I mean, seriously, WHO WOULD DO THAT?? LOL
Casee: Dude, I would have told him to take his camera, shove it up his ass then take the razor and shove it down his throat. OMG. (Note: I also say dude a lot)
Holly: I KNOW!!! I’m telling you, it’s a straight up man fantasy. MM is reading it right now, did I tell you?
Casee: Seriously? Good Lord.
Holly: Yep. What part are you at? In the beginning still?
Casee: I’m at the part where she’s offering the delivery boy sexual favors. *major eye roll*
Holly: Yeah, cuz that would happen! LOL
Casee: That was the stupidest fucking book I’ve ever read.
Holly: LMAO! I TOLD YOU! Jeez. Wasn’t it horrible? LOL You should read the 2nd one. It’s WAY different from the first. I seriously thought it was written by two different people. I mean, I actually liked the 2nd one.
Casee: was it a continuation of the 1st? Dude, who could fuck 11 different people in ONE DAY?
Holly: El the office slut? LOLYes, it’s a continuation. But it’s not like this one was. Jack gets turned into the police by Gloria and gets arrested, and El gets immunity for the embezzlement in return for testifying against him. But it’s more an exploration of WHY El allowed herself to become the office slut. It was really interesting.
Casee: Do you have that one? Does it actually have a HEA?
Holly: Yes and yes. Want me to tell you what happens or do you want to read it?
Casee: I’m reading your review. Yes, I want to read it if you have it. (Note: Total train wreck by this point)
Casee: A HEA with one person?
Holly: LOL! Yes, with one person.
Holly: Yes, Jack.
Casee: I just can’t imagine it. He wants her to fuck anything that walks. Ugh
Holly: I couldn’t imagine it either. I only got the 2nd one because I loved making fun of the first, but I was so surprised by it. It was crazy.
Now after the absolute goatf the 1st book was, I still went ahead and read the 2nd one. And the email went like this:
Then 2nd book picks up awhile after the 1st book. Jack has built El an apartment behind the plant so she’s more accessible. Very smart business move, Jack.
Casee: Did I say that I can’t believe that he actually built her an apartment behind the office? Doesn’t that violate all sorts of building codes?
Holly: LOL! I’m sure it does. I’m telling you, I’ve never laughed so hard in my life. Seriously? And when he tells her she paid back her debt and she’s all, “Oh, right. Those numbers should mean something to me, but they don’t. I guess being a constant state of arousal makes me dumb” LOL Who does that?
Casee: Who actually owns penis earrings? or a penis necklace. And let’s not forget the “fuck me” necklace or the “slut” belly button ring. OMG
Holly: She does. Hello! She likes them. I love it that she’s all happy to wear her “SLUT” pin. The big one. I’m telling you, it’s hilarious.
Casee: or that her genitals are on display in the coffee room. or that she got a “tongue bath from his sperm”. LMAO
Holly: I know! In the coffee room? LOLOL And I love that she licked all the sperm from her cooch, too. NASTY!
Casee: I haven’t gotten to the part where she licks herself. LMAO
Holly: Well, not licks herself, but uses her fingers to scoop the sperm out. Ugh.
Casee: Yuck. Scoop.
WTF is this about? (Note: The reason I asked is because this was completely out of left field and it obviously had a major ick factor)
“Did your father ever touch you like this?” he asked, his fingers tugging at her nipples.
“I … I don’t remember,” she gasped, feeling an electric connection between her nipples and her clit. But, of course, she did remember. The nights when he came to her room after her mother had fallen asleep. He had been gentle, loving. That had made all the difference. It had taken him months to work up to touching her pussy. By then she found she grew wet simply by being in his presence. She quivered whenever he patted her shoulder or touched her hair. When that magical night finally came, Ellen had been more than ready for him. It wasn’t a rape, she told herself. It was a surrender.”
Casee: How could you give that book a 4 out of 5. seriously. LMAO
Holly: I think because I was so shocked that there was actually a plot to it. LOL I was in awe of it after reading the first one.
Casee: I loved how she went from Ellen to El to Maria back to El. *rolleyes*
Holly: I know, cracked me up. LOL Are you going to review them?
Casee: Yes, I will. Lightning reviews. OS: This book sucked. I felt degraded just reading it. OSII: I think the author heard the feminist outcry after OS. So she responded by writing OS.
Both get 1 out of 5. How’s that?
Holly: Uh..fine, except I think the author is a HE, not a SHE. LOL
Casee: You’re shitting me. Well hell, that explains everything.
Read these books at your own risk. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.