It’s a temp worker’s dream for Aaron Adams–working at an upscale accounting firm in Phoenix that openly caters to hiring GLBT employees. Better still, Aaron’s finally been invited to sit at the lunchroom’s “rainbow table,” where all the “gay elite” at DCH mix and mingle together, sharing laughter and office gossip. Soon, however, Aaron realizes there are some very stereotyIt’s a temp worker’s dream for Aaron Adams–working at an upscale accounting firm in Phoenix that openly caters to hiring GLBT employees. Better still, Aaron’s finally been invited to sit at the lunchroom’s “rainbow table,” where all the “gay elite” at DCH mix and mingle together, sharing laughter and office gossip. Soon, however, Aaron realizes there are some very stereotypical haters in the bunch–when a short, beefy, almost supernaturally good-looking Latino enters the lunchroom just long enough to buy something from a vending machine. The entrance, and exit, of senior accountant Raymond Aguilar sets the rainbow table to twittering; it seems the gossip going on around the office is that practically every gay guy in the building has bedded the hunky Latin stud, who’s pretty much known as the office slut–something Aaron has a really hard time believing. Convinced Raymond Aguilar is the victim of some bitchy queens who are just jealous–or angry because they can’t have him themselves–Aaron takes it upon himself to visit Aguilar’s office that afternoon, to tell him what’s going on…where a wayward erection, from being so close to the testosterone-oozing slab of machismo, turns Aaron’s meeting with Raymond into a new definition of “employee relations.”...
|Title||:||Everybody Fucks Raymond|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||467 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Everybody Fucks Raymond Reviews
I liked the premise, but starting off with a situation where someone wants to help against vicious gossip concerning indiscriminate sex in the office, then leading to said indiscriminate sex ... well, that lost a lot of points. (It was like this: "I've heard rumors about you screwing around with everyone here at the office, but I don't believe that vicious gossip" "Thanks, you're right; I'd never act like that. Let's fuck."(I have no objection to lust at first sight scenarios; it was simply jarring in this set-up.)Many more points dropped with the unsexiest sex scenes I can recall reading ... Only good thing I can say about this work is that it's so short it wasted very little time.
There were some moments in the middle that induced eye rolling. He claimed he hadn't had sex in a year but just "happened" to have a box of condoms in his gym bag. Why would you just wander around town with a box of condoms if you're not sexually active? HOWEVER, after my last post where we discussed using condoms, I would rather roll my eyes at that than be screaming "Nooooooo, don't bareback you idiot!" so in the end it worked out. The style and language is also much rougher than most romances. It reminded me more of a "letters to Penthouse" than romance during the sex scene. Not that it's a bad thing, it's just different. Again at the end I kind of snorted out loud with amusement. On the whole it was a decent read.
I had higher expectations after reading the summary. Unfortunately it was just a little porn story with no romance (even though we're told they will stay in a "happy ever after" relationship after the sex). The book should have been longer and should have a more complicated plot (and 'getting to know the other guy' moments) leading up to sex.
Short story of Raymond, an accountant, who has the reputation of sleeping with everyone in the company, and the temp worker who doesn't believe it's true. It's mostly sex, and its a little odd to show someone you aren't sleeping with everyone by..... Screwing the guy silly.
This was a short read, but very enjoyable. I was able to sit down and read it in about 2 hours.
This is legitimately such a stupid book I don't even know what to say about it.