Having landed his first job in six months, John was worried about fitting in. Whenever he'd pass by his co-workers they'd moo at him. He had no idea why, but he figured it was just an office joke. They also told him that the last four employees of his position had quit after a week. That scared the crap out him.
His new boss was a very attractive, red-haired cougar with long legs and large breasts. Why would they all quit?
At the end of his first day's shift, he found out. Veronica, his new boss, is harboring a secret. As a powerful exec, she needs someone to tend to her needs. Will John wimp out and quit like all the others? Or will he become the dominant bull of his new boss? If he does stay, will he take his new hucow boss hard and without protection?
Would you consider the audio edition of My Boss Is My Hucow to be better than the print version?
I found the voice talent in this audio book brought a greater life and depth to the story. The talent managed to bring a sultry passion to the narrative that brought out the characters effectively.
What did you like best about this story?
The whimsical and upturned narrative of a seemingly normal corporate setting was engaging for, at the core, is a simple and effective erotica narrative. It was easily engaging and captivating.
Which scene was your favorite?
I enjoyed the moment in which John, the main protagonist, was aware of the depth of perversity of his new boss. Despite the fear and ridicule that was present in the office environment he responded how I feel many millennials would... a devil-may-care might as well strap in for the roller coaster ride adventure into the dredges of human sexuality.
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Any additional comments?
I found the audio book to be most enjoyable and would recommend it for otherwise long and boring car rides.
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you know why you're here. I like the narration style and the detailed description. Story flows nicely