Regrettable Book of the Week™ — "Revenge So Sweet"

Today I have the sixth in my “Regrettable Book of the Week™” series. For those of you new to my series, this is 100% parody. You are more than welcome to laugh, snicker and guffaw at my amateurish photoshopping and blurb writing. Bad is good. Good is bad.

OK, so tapping into the revenge trope, we have:

Revenge so sweet

First the tagline:

“He humiliated her in the board room, now he’ll pay in the bedroom.”

The blurb:

Desiree Knight knows good jobs are hard to come by. She should. She’s just lost hers thanks to the half-baked recommendations of a big shot consultant. Middle management like Desiree might be easy targets for corporate cut backs, but their loss is always felt. Desiree is going to make sure of it.

Tolliver Daix is the one they hire when they need the best. His keen ability to sniff out the corporate fat is the stuff of legends. His cold-hearted delivery of the bad news–an extra service in his palette of rightsizing tools–is equally notorious.

With revenge on her mind, Desiree targets Tolliver for a special sort of seduction. A well-hidden camera captures all she needs to ruin the man’s reputation and his engagement to the daughter of one of the most prominent politicians in the country. But when the video of Desiree and Tolliver’s kinky sex play leaks to the Internet and goes viral, Desiree is horrified to discover Tolliver is not at all the man she thought he was. He’s worse. He’s the brother she never knew she had.

Hmm, I could actually see myself writing this one, well…except for the incest part, of course.

Do you have ideas for the next “Regrettable Book of the Week™”? Be sure to share in the comments!  Cheers.

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Disclaimer:  “Regrettable Book of the Week™” is a completely fictional (duh!) creation for parody purposes only. I have no product beyond what you see in this post. Photos are free download proofs of stock photos or photos I have purchased, not to be used for commercial purposes. This is not a commercial purpose, however, I retain any and all creative story rights in the highly unlikely event I accidentally create something that might be worth a damn.

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