New York Times and USA Today best sellerAfter her employer goes out of business, Tessa Greer is so desperate for work she leaves Michigan and travels to Houston where jobs seem more available. She's thrilled to land the 'Receptionist Plus' position at Maddox Brothers Inc. Now she can continue to pay the bills for her mentally ill mother's care facility.
But Tessa is shocked by the punishments her handsome new bosses dole out for her very minor mistakes. She's even more shocked at how aroused she becomes when they discipline her.
The stakes seem to get higher with each round of punishments. How far will this one-upmanship between the brothers go? And with one of them, Tessa finds herself wanting him to take her farther than she's ever gone before.
Content Warning: Not for listeners offended by fantasy inappropriate office behavior. Like many Lyla Sinclair stories, this novella contains various BDSM elements, including domination, restraint, corporal punishment, and anal sex, as well as unconventional use of office supplies. Training Tessa also contains a few humorous moments. Avoid this story if humor annoys you. (This is not a ménage novella.)
©2012 Lyla Sinclair (P)2012 Lyla Sinclair
Yes. It was hot! Looooove Dix and his cockiness!
Dix! Not to mention I just love hot cowboys and two brothers, and.... Lol!
Perfect voice for this. The internal dialogues were great. Recording was crystal clear.
Great quick listen. Have already listened to it twice and purchasing the second book Controlling Krysta soon!
The woman in this book had to be the slowest women ever. She was way to easy to let them do anything to her. And I don’t care how bad a person needs a job they would at lease think about what was going on before they just let someone use them. Will I get next book yes... but only because I have to know how a story ends. Not because the story is great. I'm a writer's dream because it kills me to not finish a story.
I wanted to spank Tessa, and not not in the good way. I'm quite certain I rolled my eyes more than once, but it wasn't awful. A little too predictable, a little too cheesy. A little too 50 shades.
Nobody, except perhaps the slow.
I expected the story wouldn't be to awesome. but even the "hot" scenes were awful. This book literally turned me off...
Wasn't her fault. She didn't write the book.
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