Blackmail: Boardroom To Bedroom Kindle Edition
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- File size : 1137 KB
- Publication date : November 15, 2013
- Publisher : Manifest Vision Publishing (November 15, 2013)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 121 pages
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00FKDICW0
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,502,978 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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The little blurb they give you to describe this book is completely misleading!! Whoever wrote it didn't read the book. The book is not about a relationship between Damien and Karl at all! It is about a relationship with Damien and Bennett. Karl is being blackmailed to get info from Damien. I'm still confused as to why Karl was part of this story... This should have been two separate books: Damien and Bennett's story, and Karl's story.
No one edited this book prior to release. It had so many punctuation and spelling errors I was floored...
"Bell" of the ball?
"Heard the 'nock' on the door.."
"word spread 'threw out' the company"???
I could go on, but even 4th graders can do better than that!!
I read the whole book, but the disjointed writing in the sex scenes kept making me go back and re-read them because they were confusing and didn't flow very well. Used the same word over and over and over.. You get the idea. Buy a Thesaurus and use spell check, please!!
Karl was introduced as a guy who came to the company as a new employee. However he had a task to do for an individual from a competitor wanted secrets of the protocol for a new drug and was using Karl's sexuality as a way to threaten him and his family. It can be used against you no matter where you live or work. I can relate for it happened to me while working for the government, even though you are told by your superiors we don't discriminate. Karl was angry, I know I would be, however, for him he was lucky for the company he worked for gave him things to try and make up for the wrong doings that they put him through.
Mr. Charles when is part two going to be published.
I enjoy reading for the pleasure that the author gives to us, the enjoyment I get out of the story. It's hard for me to understand why when it's being critiqued, that someone had difficulty with punctuation, spelling, or sentence structure. Even spell check as smart as it is doesn't always get it right, or is it rite, or did they mean write.
Amazon is asking their readers to review the book. Was it an enjoyable read. Would you put it on your favorite list , or just say in my opinion it's not a story I enjoyed, for it means a big difference for someone else who is debating whether to purchase it or not.
Authors in my opinion are creative people. The individual spends slot of time to provide us with stories to read and to enjoy. So let's sit back and enjoy the creativeness that these authors have penned for to make our lives a little less stressful. A Selma reader
May I suggest bringing along a copy of John Charles new book "Blackmail: Boardroom to Bedroom". In it you will find an engrossing plot, characters you can relate to, and enough sexual tension to have you diving into the surf to cool down.
Warning: if you try to finish this enjoyable book in one sitting, be careful of the late summer sun as it can burn as treacherously as the Blackmail in the title of this book.
The book is even hotter that the cover suggests and it is written with style, not often found in books of this genre.
Read it! You won't be disappointed.