(The unofficial sequel to Island Idyll)

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All work and no play? Not for this girl. Not anymore.

Ben Cowley’s been Melissa’s secret fantasy for the last two years. They’re all alone in the deserted offices of Preston Elks, and Melissa is tired of being a workaholic high achiever. Just for tonight, she wants to be different.

The last thing Ben expects while working late one night is his serious, straight-laced colleague seducing him. Melissa turns his balanced world upside down with her offer of no-strings-attached sex.

After an amazingly explosive night, he realizes a brief affair with Melissa is not enough, but she’s already clicked back into her distant and professional mode.

Ben will do whatever it takes to convince her they could be so much more, even if it means inviting another man into their bed.

(Please Note: This book has been previously published.)


Melissa ran a tongue over her upper lip so it glistened even more. She walked over to the chair on the other side of his desk and laid her jacket upon it. “You should know me better than that, Ben. I never joke when it comes to finding solutions to problems. You have a problem, and I have the solution. You need a woman, and it just so happens…I am one.” To prove her point, she slipped open the first three buttons on her blouse, allowing Ben a healthy glimpse of what lay beneath—a tight, white camisole that covered the full curves of her breasts.

Ben’s jaw dropped.

That was all it took for him to get an erection. With a sudden rush of blood, his cock filled and stiffened, leaving him perplexed.

A stiffy?

For Melissa?

Considering friendship was one thing. Being hit for six by an unexpected dose of lust another altogether.

“Now please don’t mistake this for anything it’s not,” Melissa told him. “It’s not as if I’m going to start bringing food into work for you.” She rolled her eyes, mocking herself. “That’s a good thing, by the way. I’m a terrible cook.” Her smile was small, but it still lit up his office. “And I’m not going to get all soppy and lovey-dovey on you either.” She spoke more seriously now. “This is just one solution. Sex. That’s all, nothing more.”

Ben gaped at her. Sex? Melissa Sparks was offering to have sex with him?

She smiled again. This time with a seductive, sexy expression he’d never dreamed he’d see on her face—not directed at him anyway. The smile was just as enchanting as the previous one. “You look surprised.”

“Er, a little surprised, yeah.” Even more surprising was the fact he could form words. Melissa? Seducing him?

Melissa undid the rest of her buttons and pushed the shirt off her shoulders, so she was now clad from the waist up in just the camisole.

Fuck, she looked sexy. Damn sexy. Sexy in a way Melissa had never looked to Ben. Uh—not just sexy. She was prime female flesh. All woman. And she did crazy things to his insides.

She made breathing difficult. Made him wonder if someone had messed with the air conditioning, because the temperature seemed to have jumped about twenty degrees in the last couple of minutes.

Ben was forced to loosen his tie and undo his top button. Anything to get fresh air on his feverish skin.

“Here’s the deal—assuming you agree, because this would involve both of us.” Melissa pulled the cami up and over her shoulders, leaving her breasts covered by nothing more than a satiny white bra.

Holy shit. She had a pair on her.

So not what he should be concentrating on. He should be remembering that she was a colleague. An excellent investment banker. A woman who’d given him outstanding advice and support over the years.

“You get to fuck me whenever the stress and tension get to be too much. This won’t be a relationship. Well, not a traditional relationship, anyway. This’ll just be a natural extension of our working association. We work, we fuck, we go home. End of story. I’m not interested in deep and meaningfuls.”

Melissa ducked her head as she said that, but Ben still caught a glimpse of some unidentifiable emotion in her eyes. Sadness? Loneliness? Determination? He couldn’t tell.

She released the clasp and zip on her skirt and stepped out of it gracefully. “I am, however, focused on making partner. Which means my romantic life’s suffered because I work ridiculous hours. But, see, I’m just as human as you are.” She blushed, telling him that as focused as she was on making her little speech, her actions still embarrassed her a little.

Shy? Melissa? Well, there was a fascinating new insight into her.

He liked that shyness. A lot. Liked her uncertainty. Melissa never seemed uncertain.

“I have needs,” Melissa said, still with the delightful pink stain on her cheeks. “You have needs. Let’s meet those needs together and not get involved any deeper than that. What do you say?”

Ben wanted to respond. Christ, he wanted to badly, but first off, he wasn’t sure what he’d say, and secondly he couldn’t find his voice. His mouth was suddenly parched.


His straight-laced colleague wore thigh-highs and garters under those practical skirts? Garters that matched her bra and knickers and made her legs look a mile long, by the way.

How could he not have known that?

A bead of perspiration slid down his spine.


divider1-white“Dee’s Office Affair is one erotic book not to be missed… It’s sexy, hot and sure to get the heart pumping. There’s no buildup – from the very first page, readers will have an idea that this book is too hot not to finish in one sitting. The steamy sex scenes will have office workers gossiping at the water cooler in no time.”

 (Reviewed by Jaime A. Geraldi)

RT Magazine: Four and a half Stars (TOP PICK!)


divider1-white“Office Affair is yet another HOT book by Jess Dee!! This is definitely a book that will get you hot and bothered. She once again grabs you from beginning to end with a great story of how two people deal with the hurts and failures of the past.”

(Reviewed by KcLu)

Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews: Recommended Read


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(Reviewed by Melinda B)

Fallen Angel Reviews: Recommended Read


divider1-white“Explicit, provocative, unapologetic and did I mention hot? Breathtakingly hot! I may have actually panted a few times. Djeezus, who needs a heater when you have Jess Dee books… I just know it’s writing like that that puts you on my auto-buy-must-read-immediately list!”

(Reviewed by Pearl)

Pearl’s World Of Romance: 9.6/10


divider1-whiteOffice Affair is a must read if you are looking for an emotional, highly sexual, journey of two career driven people. I highly recommend Office Affair. The writing just sucks you, takes you on an emotional journey, spiced up with hot encounters, and then slowly lets you back down.”

(Reviewed by  Stacey)

Sizzling Hot Book Reviews: Five Hearts


divider1-white“Office Affair is the whole ball of wax – witty, sensual, humorous and packed full of sexy suspense… Bravo Ms. Dee – you’ve got another erotic masterpiece on your hands!”

(Reviewed by Leanna)

Two Lips Reviews: Recommended Read


divider1-white“Jess’s books always delivers a scorching hot read, and I mean scorching HOT! And together with that she also delivers that unbeatable combination of well developed characters that totally call out to you and mixes it all up with enough emotion to really make the story worth your while. And let me assure you, Office Affair is no exception to that rule!”

(Reviewed by MBR)

Maldivian Book Reviewer’s Realm Of Romance: Awesome Read


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(Reviewed by Sam)

CBLS Reviews: Five Cups

Book Facts

Publisher: Entangled Publishing

Publication Date: July 17, 2017

Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance

Length: 224 pages

ISBN-13: 9781640630352

Cover Artist: Fiona Jayde Media



(The unofficial prequel to Office Affair)