Miss Pemberton’s Drawers

Miss Pemberton's Drawers

Genre

Mixed Theme Erotica

Blurb

An Xcite Books collection of six erotic stories with mixed themes including contemporary, m/f, menage, CP, bondage and BDSM.

Miss Pemberton’s Drawers by Lucy Felthouse

After leaving the Armed Forces following an injury which left him unable to serve on the front line, Owen is now working as a caretaker in a school. The role is pretty uneventful, but he just wants something to keep him going while he decides what to do next. When the holidays arrive, Owen realises how quiet the place can be when no one is around, but at least he can get on with his job undisturbed. However, when he discovers the hot young art teacher working in her classroom, he realises there are perks to working during the school holidays.

Dinner Break by Ariel Graham

Shelly’s first science fiction convention as an assistant for a small press sees her working the book dealers’ room in a totally unique way. When the dinner break means the room’s mostly empty, and the curtained storage area where extra books are kept means privacy, she takes advantage of the situation to go fangirl on her favourite writer – who turns out to be a fan of Shelley’s.

Suitable Punishment by Abigail Thornton

When Lisa Rawlins’ laptop captures two of her work colleagues discussing what they’d like to do to her, she is appalled. However, after thinking through the situation, Lisa realises she has been presented with an unmissable opportunity; to enact a fantasy with Flynn, a man who is unable to refuse her chosen punishment. Flynn submits to Lisa but it is the return of Hansard, who chose to resign rather than succumb to Lisa’s dirty demands, which gives the opportunity for Lisa to enact her most-secret desire.

Ideal Homes by Tilly Hunter

Amy’s looking for a house to buy after moving to a new town for work. The fact her estate agent is hot is an added bonus. But after one drunken fumble with the gorgeous Michael, she can’t work out how to tell him she prefers her men tied to the bed and eager to please. Fortunately for her, the ideal opportunity arises when he takes her to see a house and she finds two sets of handcuffs in place in the master bedroom. And it turns out Michael is more than happy to play the submissive. The pair find themselves in a sticky situation with the unexpected arrival of the property owner – but he has a proposal of his own for Michael.

Elevator Pitch by Zara Stoneley

Charlotte’s business is in trouble, but she isn’t sure she wants a partner until Martin Sanders walks in and won’t take no for an answer. So she challenges him to deliver an elevator pitch that she can’t resist. He’s got until the elevator gets to the top floor to sell himself, to make her want him enough to hang around and find out more. What he delivers isn’t quite what she expected, but it certainly leaves her begging for more and agreeing to his proposal to thrash it out in the boardroom.

A Night Off by Jenna Bright

All Hannah wants after a really long day is the chance to spend the night in one of the luxury suites of the hotel she works in. She wants to relax in a hot, deep bath, and sleep all alone in a king-sized bed. But her plans change when a beautiful, sensual couple arrive late at night wanting to book out the last available suite. They make her an offer: is she willing to share her night off with them?

Excerpt

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Owen whistled as he worked. He wasn’t sounding a particular tune—he was just making a noise, really, to mask the silence. This was the first time the children had been off since he’d started work in the school, so he was used to constant din in the building. Even during lessons he had always been able to hear the murmur of voices from classrooms, toilets flushing and someone’s footsteps as they click-clacked down a lonely corridor. But now, there was nothing, except for the occasional groans and creaks one always hears in a building.

It was eerie. As an ex-army private, he’d always had a pretty noisy workplace—some times more than others. But, he reminded himself, that’s why he was here. He’d been injured in active service, and although it wasn’t bad enough—thank God—to put him in a wheelchair or even on crutches, it was enough that he couldn’t be on the front line any longer. He’d been offered an office job in the army, but there was no way he wanted to do that. He’d never be able to cope with sitting behind a desk, knowing his friends and colleagues were out there on manoeuvres. It just wasn’t him, so he’d left the army and gotten a simple job that wouldn’t be too taxing and would earn him a few quid while he figured out what to do next. Therefore, he was currently in the position of caretaker in a secondary school and was pottering around during the school holidays, finding things that needed to be fixed, replaced or painted.

Thankfully, there was plenty to be getting on with, or he’d have been bored out of his mind, particularly with there being nobody around to talk to. At least in term time he exchanged the odd word with the teachers and other staff, and put up with good-natured jibing from the cockier kids. Though that had soon stopped when they found out he was an ex-soldier. He didn’t know if it was fear or respect that kept them quiet, but either way he was pleased—he never knew how to respond, anyway. If he told them off or answered back they might go running to the Head, and although he knew the school wouldn’t take the kids seriously, he’d rather not draw any attention to himself. He just wanted to get on with his job with the minimum of fuss while he figured out his future plans. So that’s what he did. Kept his head down, remained polite with the teachers and staff, ignored the kids as much as possible.

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