JUST ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE
by L. Moone
Publication Date: October 7, 2019
Genres: Adult, Erotic, Contemporary, Office, Romance
Bloody typical. Day one at the new job, and I’m crushing so hard on my colleague I can’t think straight.
John isn’t your average romance novel hero. He doesn’t have a way with the ladies, neither does he have six pack abs. He’s just a regular guy with a bit of a dad bod, and he’s shy and awkward rather than suave and charming. That’s cool, because I’m just a regular girl. One who’s already head over heels for him and he doesn’t even realize it.
There’s something eating away at him, a mystery I’m determined to solve as well as resolve, if only he’ll give me half a chance. And if I stop being so damn nervous every time he’s around.
Some people are made for love and happiness. I’m not one of them.
It was a let down when she left, even if it wasn’t entirely out of the blue. Unexpected or not, it still hurts like hell. Especially because of the way things ended… Then there’s the new girl at the office, who keeps looking at me funny. I’m supposed to be training her, but her presence is making me feel even worse. She’s a constant reminder of everything I’ll never have.
I’m not sure I’m ready to hope again. The disappointment would end up crushing me.
Will John get over his issues and give love a chance? Can Cath convince him that despite his flaws, he truly is the man of her dreams? Read on and find out. Who knew things could get this hot at the office?
L. Moone first wrote and published Just Another Day at the Office back in 2013 when she had just started her writing journey under the pseudonym Hedonist Six. A heart-felt and super hot romance about ordinary people like you and me, trying to find their own path to happiness.
ABOUT L. MOONE
My Motto: Happy Endings for Underdogs
Realistic characters, pure emotions, true passion. Everything I write is about the characters: how they interact, what’s going on in their heads, how the passionate relationship develops and affects them. I don’t believe in keeping things hidden, or dressing them up just for show. Some of my characters are potty-mouths, most of them are less than perfect (yes, even physically). I aim to write a happy ending for all of them, without keeping anything behind closed doors.