Intimate Adventures of an Office Girl – Sienna Lewis

Having read endless books of this genre, I didn’t have unrealistic hopes for this one. Intimate Adventures of an Office Girl is written in diary form, as are so many of these books. It’s written as though it’s true, which of course, if this is the case, makes the whole thing much more interesting.

Sienna is one of many young women who has had her heart broken. As most women do, she confides in her friends. One of them speaks words to this effect – to get over one man, get under another. And while Sienna isn’t ready for another relationship as her previous one has given her serious trust issues, she takes the advice to heart. So she decides that she’s going to just have fun with guys, just no-strings-attached sex until she feels more stable. Fair enough.

After setting up this scenario, the book then goes on to detail the next couple of years of Sienna’s life, where she meets fuck-buddies, dabbles in internet dating, picks men up in bars and even at work! Her job isn’t described as such – just that, as you’d expect from the book’s title, she works in an office. It would appear she doesn’t do an awful lot except for flirt and apply for other jobs, which leads me to believe that there is a certain amount of creative licence in the book!

The scenarios aren’t particularly original or shocking, but then perhaps because of all the erotica I’ve written and read, not much is original or shocking any more. It’s pretty well-written, flows nicely and you can sail through it. It’s the ideal, mindless beach read. It won’t change your life, and you probably won’t learn anything, but it’s a pleasant enough book to dip into and enjoy.

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4 Responses to "Intimate Adventures of an Office Girl – Sienna Lewis"

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  1. Sienna Lewis

    October 5, 2009 at 11:35 am

    I am happy you wrotet this review, so thank you for taking the time but do you honestly think I made all of this up?
    Why do you reckon I wrote it under a pseudonym and book stores stock it in the “non-fiction” section?
    Of course it’s interesting, which is why I kept a diary…
    Once I picked my theme “sex” it seemed a bit beside the point to go into mindless office routine. Unless you were expecting a blow-by blow account of my office life, based on the title? 🙂

  2. Sienna Lewis

    October 5, 2009 at 12:35 pm

    I am happy you wrotet this review, so thank you for taking the time but do you honestly think I made all of this up?
    Why do you reckon I wrote it under a pseudonym and book stores stock it in the “non-fiction” section?
    Of course it’s interesting, which is why I kept a diary…
    Once I picked my theme “sex” it seemed a bit beside the point to go into mindless office routine. Unless you were expecting a blow-by blow account of my office life, based on the title? 🙂

  3. Lucy Felthouse

    October 9, 2009 at 3:37 pm

    I didn’t say it was made up – it was just a passing comment. It’s been known in the past that authors have made stuff like this up, that’s all. Also, I was sent a review copy so had no idea whereabouts it was living on store shelves – this wasn’t made clear in the press release, perhaps it should have been?

    In terms of blow by blow office routine, no thanks… hence my comment about creative licence 😉

  4. Lucy Felthouse

    October 9, 2009 at 4:37 pm

    I didn’t say it was made up – it was just a passing comment. It’s been known in the past that authors have made stuff like this up, that’s all. Also, I was sent a review copy so had no idea whereabouts it was living on store shelves – this wasn’t made clear in the press release, perhaps it should have been?

    In terms of blow by blow office routine, no thanks… hence my comment about creative licence 😉