Management Skills

Title: Management Skills

Publisher: Carina Press

Pub Date: 7 March 2011

ISBN: 9781426891304

Author: January Rowe

I think I nearly fainted when I spotted this book, Management Skills by January Rowe available for review in Netgalley. Good Lord, the title surely fooled the readers.

One could easily mistook this book for a business management or a self help book if one did not see the cover of the book.

This book, despite of it’s misleading title, is definitely NOT a self help book or a business related book. It’s a literotica, which means, there’s only hot, sizzling, sexy stuff inside.

Management Skills is a very provocative erotica, and it’s pretty much promoting office scandal and romance. Despite of it all, this book is a good, tantalizing erotica that will definitely arouse your senses.

I rate this book 4 out of 5 for all the romance, sexiness as well as funny quirks.

Book description:

When CEO Grant Edmonds meets with his new production manager, he immediately recognizes her as Silver, an exotic dancer who once mesmerized him at an exclusive fetish club. Though he was forbidden from pursuing her back then, there’s nothing standing in his way now. He’s not looking for an after-hours fling-he wants to own her. In every way.

As much as Allie Fairfax tries to deny her past, and the way her body responds to Grant, she soon finds herself having mind-blowing sex with the boss. Despite her own desire to surrender to Grant’s sexual authority, she’s not willing to risk her career. After all, she’s been owned before, and it ended badly.

It’s all or nothing for Grant. If Allie wants more of the fiercest orgasms she’s ever experienced, she must consent to his rules…

This book will be published on 7 March 2011. For more information on this title, please visit the author’s website.Click here to go to the author’s website.


  1. donna says:

    got ebook ah?
    i really tot is management skill… ishh isshh ishh

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