It looks like Aya Loveman’s luck is about to run out. Her skimpy uniform has attracted the wrong kind of attention in her workplace, and the jig is officially up.
Professor Devin Driscoll is close to losing his patience. He has a stellar employee, and he doesn’t want an entitled college student ruining things for him. But he appears very close to going too far, and his career might be on the line.
If Aya loses her job, she loses everything. There are certain things in her life she just isn’t prepared for right now. So is this the end of her employment for, and relationship with, Professor Driscoll? Or will they have one last time together before they need to part ways?
Aya Loveman’s luck seems to be changing – in the past week she landed a new job (by the skin of her teeth) and a place to stay until she can afford an apartment. In fact, she’s living with her employer, Professor Driscoll, and is at his mercy.
Devin Driscoll is pleasantly surprised by the nineteen-year-old Aya. Her tenacity and willingness to do whatever it takes to succeed, in his bed and out of it, is impressive. Today is their second day of work together, but before they can get to the office, there’s a stop they need to make.
Aya needs more than one ill-fitting uniform skirt. Shopping with the Professor is an exciting experience she wasn’t ready for. She’s willing to do whatever he asks. But will her good luck hold out when they start to get a little noisy in the changing rooms?
Aya Loveman can’t get away from her problems! She’s good at her job, and she enjoys it, but now she’s worried about where she’s going to spend the night. Is she going to have to sleep in her car, or worse?
Aya is almost too good at her job, and Devin Driscoll is starting to regret her efficiency. But when she reveals she’s got a problem that he can help solve, he gets other ideas of things he can do with his new secretary.
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Aya is ready for her first day of work. She’s been kicked out of her bed, she’s bought the wrong size of clothes, and she is late. Everything is going spectacularly!
Devin, Professor Driscoll to Aya, is thrilled to take that opportunity to spell out exactly how precarious her position is. He is in full control, and he has the power to ruin her life or help her get things under control.
So when the Professor decides he’s done letting her get work done, Aya doesn’t have much choice. If she’s going to act like her old nickname, she’s going to own it. Even if it means getting caught in a compromising position due to an unlocked door.
Aya was desperate to land a job. At nineteen and on her own for the first time, she might have stretched the truth a bit to get her first interview. It is too bad she is hopeless with directions, and can’t find the office she is supposed to report to!
Devin finds the shapely and inexperienced Aya wandering around the college campus trying to find an address that doesn’t exist anymore. He is attracted to her the moment he sees her, and her somewhat helpless demeanor is just stoking the flames of his desire.
Aya is ready to do whatever it takes to get the job that Devin is hiring for, no matter what he asks of her. Moreover, he is willing to push her further than might be wise to get what he wants. Hopefully, he will produce a satisfactory opportunity for them both.