The General's Aide

The General's Aide

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by JJ Argus
     
 

Lieutenant Rebecca Moore was not happy to be detailed to a dusty NATO base in Spain as aide to a general, especially a British general. British officers, in her limited experience, were stuffy and full of themselves. And General Laird is no exception. Of course, he is extremely young for his rank, sharp as a tack, and wears his tailored uniform very well indeed.

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Lieutenant Rebecca Moore was not happy to be detailed to a dusty NATO base in Spain as aide to a general, especially a British general. British officers, in her limited experience, were stuffy and full of themselves. And General Laird is no exception. Of course, he is extremely young for his rank, sharp as a tack, and wears his tailored uniform very well indeed. But he's a strict and authoritarian boss, and she soon learns just how much, when she finds out his reading material includes the Marquis de Sade. But Laird is flawlessly polite and proper, and even charming. Moore soon finds herself fantasizing about him, and their relationship becomes fraught with sexual tension. Late in the office one night that tension breaks and Moore discovers just how forceful an officer Laird is, and how strong willed. She begins a shocking exploration of her own submissive side, as the General takes her into the darker reaches of her own erotic mind. Discipline is nothing new to an Army girl, but the punishments Laird introduces her to are quite a different thing!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044207462
Publisher:
JJ Argus
Publication date:
10/28/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
626,761
File size:
224 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

JJ Argus started writing erotica in the 1980s working for Star Distributing, a New York publisher. Argus has also been published by Beeline and Beaver books, and sold short stories to Penthouse, Oui, Nugget, and numerous others. In the 1990s Argus began writing for British publishing houses, which required a decidedly higher level of quality and a lower level of obscenities. Argus has been published repeatedly by Olympia, Silver Moon, Chimera, and Virgin - Nexus. Argus has written and sold over 250 novels, most of which are now available in electronic format.

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