Sex Quotient

Sex Quotient

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by Jamie Sobrato
     
 

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Subject/victim: Griffin Reed
Theory: Sensual pleasure makes people stupid. Stupid people don't get promotions. Therefore must have sex with Griffin to keep competitive edge…
Procedure: Lots of satisfaction for Griffin. Contain self in order to keep brainpower optimal.

Macy Thomaston has just learned the most important scientific discovery

Overview

Subject/victim: Griffin Reed
Theory: Sensual pleasure makes people stupid. Stupid people don't get promotions. Therefore must have sex with Griffin to keep competitive edge…
Procedure: Lots of satisfaction for Griffin. Contain self in order to keep brainpower optimal.

Macy Thomaston has just learned the most important scientific discovery ever — intense sexual pleasure leads to a temporary dip in IQ. Surely there's a way to leverage this against Griffin Reed, her palm-sweatingly hot coworker…and the thorn in her professional side.

Macy just needs to blow Griffin's mind — literally — and get her promotion without a single teeny release for herself. And she's really hoping Griffin is lousy in bed.… Otherwise this whole experiment could completely backfire!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781552545010
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
07/01/2006
Series:
Harlequin Blaze Series
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
File size:
168 KB

Meet the Author


Golden Heart Award-winning author Jamie Sobrato fell in love with the romance genre at an early age, when she used to sneak her mother's romance novels off the shelves to read during summer vacations. She'd decided by the time she was in the seventh grade that she wanted to be a writer, but in spite of those early ambitions, she pursued a career teaching high school English before she turned to writing.

It quickly became clear to Jamie that she wasn't cut out for teaching high school, so with much support and encouragement from her husband, she began writing her first romance novel. After five years and more than a few rejection letters, she made her first sales to the Harlequin Temptation and Harlequin Blaze lines, fulfilling her lifelong dream. Jamie now spends her days writing fun, sexy romances, and she can't imagine a better job in the world.

Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Jamie is married to her own hunky romance hero, and they are the exhausted parents of two young children. They live wherever her husband's army career takes them, currently calling the Southern California desert their home.

On the rare occasions when she's not writing or chasing a toddler, Jamie enjoys reading, bargain shopping, eating chocolate and going jogging to burn off chocolate calories.

Jamie loves to hear from readers. You can drop her an email at jamie@jamiesobrato.com.


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Sex Quotient 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In San Francisco Macy Thomaston competes with Griffin Reed for the position of creative director at Bronson and Wade the ad agency they both work at though he has seniority and greater experience than her. Her friend Lauren Parish quoting an article in the Journal of American Medicine informs Macy of a research study that proves sexual pleasure reduces an individuals IQ temporarily so she concocts a scheme to insure her rival loses brain power and makes dumb errors.------------ She sets her plan in motion to seduce Griffin while expecting not to enjoy any sensual pleasure so that she lucidly thinks about her actions while he fuddle-brained screws up on his counter maneuvers. The only flaw in her plot is that when she blows his head, she leaves herself senseless too.------------- THE SEX QUOTIENT is an amiable romantic romp that will provide plenty of amusing fun for readers sort of mindful of a heated version of a hotter Hudson-Day tale. The solid secondary cast keeps the tale from going to light as they bring some zaniness but mostly help anchor the shenanigans of the lead female protagonist. Still it is Macy¿s sexual escapades that make Jamie Sobrato¿s contemporary a pleasant blithe read.----------------- Harriet Klausner