Office Toy by Cleo Peitsche

July 18, 2013 Review 0 ★★★

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Office Toy by Cleo PeitscheOffice Toy by Cleo Peitsche
Series: Office Toy #1
on October 21, 2012
Genres: BDSM, Erotica
Pages: 27
Format: ARC
Source: NetGalley
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three-stars
Elle’s job interview starts with Cunningham throwing away her cheap clothes and sending his assistant to buy new outfits. He’s got her naked, so of course he’ll lay her out on the conference table and claim her mouth. Soon Elle is trussed up, all of her holes stretched full while three hot men have their wicked way.

She loves her first tastes of liberated, naughty sex. But she’d better not start falling for her boss—no matter how safe he makes her feel—because while office sex is encouraged, romance is strictly forbidden.

Office Toy is less than 9,000 words of pure smut. Elle is in desperate need of a job, so when she’s offered an interview with Cunningham she puts up with the strange pre-interview stuff complete with blood work and a psych evaluation. Even with all that she’s still not expecting Cunningham to throw out her old clothing. What happens next is a hot and heavy foursome with Elle in the middle of three hot, dominant men.

I have a lot of issues when it comes to BDSM books, and all of them tend to be concerned with consent. So in this book, it was a relief to see that while she was never asked if this was okay, she was consenting. What’s the difference between this and Fifty Shades and that ilk? While Elle has never tried any of the kinkier stuff like anal sex, or gang bangs, she has fantasized about them. She knows what she is getting herself into here, and this is an example of informed consent.

The sex itself is okay. Elle seems to spend a lot of her time amazed that this is happening to her instead of just enjoying the hot sex, which detracts a lot from the steaminess. I honestly expected the sex to be a bit hotter than it was, unfortunately. Still, it wasn’t bad in the slightest, and it was definitely imaginative, complete with props to make things more interesting.

There is a sequel to this book titled Client Satisfaction for anyone who is curious to find out what happens next between Elle and Cunningham. Chances are I’ll be looking for it myself!

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