The Hard Shaft [NOOK Book]

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For Hillary, her SprawlMart boss inspires slight confusion. She think he's both sexy and an insufferable jerk. Plus, she works hard, is never late, finishes work on time, and her pet department is nearly always in the store's top five in profitability. Yet, she is passed over for a promotion to a salaried position. The person who got the job is lazy, disruptive, and the head of a department that consistently loses money. Hillary thinks she's been shafted, hard. This is confirmed when she learns of a scandalous ...
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The Hard Shaft

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Overview

For Hillary, her SprawlMart boss inspires slight confusion. She think he's both sexy and an insufferable jerk. Plus, she works hard, is never late, finishes work on time, and her pet department is nearly always in the store's top five in profitability. Yet, she is passed over for a promotion to a salaried position. The person who got the job is lazy, disruptive, and the head of a department that consistently loses money. Hillary thinks she's been shafted, hard. This is confirmed when she learns of a scandalous affair James has been having. So, Hillary decides to get even, and her plan involves handcuffs and a little bit of seduction while on an overnight shift.

WARNING! This short story contains graphic and explicit descriptions of consensual sex while at work. It is only intended for mature and adult readers.

Excerpt:

Invoice/receiving was also in a seldom traveled part of the stock room. There would be no chance of any of the overnight crew interrupting, either. Plus, the door locks from the inside. James led the way, and I trailed behind him. I wanted to feel sorry for the idiot, but I realized that most of this was his initiation. Clearly, he wasn’t worthy of pity. We passed a number of workers and half-worked freight pallets. Then, we passed through the doors into the stock room, making our way a corner opposite of where the trucks were unloaded. It was on the other side of the building. Sure, that made no sense, but much of SprawlMart’s planning never really did make sense anyway.

James shut the invoice/receiving door behind us. He thought he was slick, but I saw him turn the lock on the knob. Walking around me, he leaned against the desk. The tent in his pants had grown a little since I last looked at it. “Hillary,” he said. “Are you really interested in advancing in this store?”

“Yes.”

“Well, up till now, I wasn’t ever really sure of how much of a team player you could be.” A twinkle came into his eye. “And if I need anything as assistant managers, I need team players.” He grinned slightly and with a trace of smugness. “Can you be a team player?”

“Yes.”

“Here’s your first test.” Reaching down, he unzipped his pants and undid his belt. He dropped his trousers and underwear ...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013682474
  • Publisher: The Harem
  • Publication date: 1/21/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 66 KB

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