Friday, April 14, 2017

The Golden rule of office pranks or "You're Fired" by Shaya Crabtree

Do You like to play a prank on your co-workers? And did you ever have one backfire as in someone getting seriously pissed or perhaps paying you back in equal terms? 

Most people are good humoured and like a laugh even at their own expense, but beware of the "golden rule" of life and office pranks "do to others as you would have them do to you" otherwise you might find yourself in a spot of trouble ...

Now let's visit with a troublemaker, her name is Rose, but she is nothing like her name. Discontent with the job that will pay her college tuition and blissfully unaware of the golden rule, she makes a rather unwise choice of gift for the secret Santa gift exchange at the office. You might ask if it's really that important, what gift you chose for a coworker at an uninspiring and short term workplace but hey ! Think again ! Your coworkers are people too - even if you think that they are boring and need a laugh ... perhaps not at their own expense?

I guess you might want to know what Rose chose for her secret Santa gift? I'll give you a few pointers. It's an 8 inches long, hyper-realistic and RED ..... toy, that you will most likely NOT find useful in the kitchen, but really what do I know .... it might come in handy with the right kind of woman?

Now imagine the scene. Christmas party at the office, secret Santa gift exchange unfoldes and Rose realizes that "Vivian" who receives her "gift" is not just som bussy buddy co-worker but the good looking woman who is ........ surprise .... the CEO!

I know bosses need to have some sense of humor and not take everything at face value, especially at a Christmas party when people usually let their hair down a little, but even if Vivian is good natured she has reason to do ... well something? What you or Rose for that matter might not expect is that this "something" is less like handling Rose her "pink slip" and more like enlisting her help in sorting out some company business.

I think I'll leave You the reader to chose if you want to unfold the rest of the storyline by picking up "You're Fired", but I'll let you know that it's a lesfic romance as usual with just the basic ingredients of love found when you least expect it.

You should know that I was treated to a free copy by courtsey of Ylva Publishing.

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