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Something In The Coffee

4.5 of 5 stars 4.50  ·  rating details  ·  4 ratings  ·  3 reviews

Eileen knows her fiancé, Alex, is always feeling sorry for the downtrodden assistants at their law firm - and she's worried that he cares more about them than he does about her. But when Alex plans to spike the office coffeepot with a potion that will make everyone nicer to each other, should Eileen play the supportive future spouse,
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Published May 5th 2011 by Ellora's Cave Publishing
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Alex should never have purchased the magic potion…

Ms. Maybud has a marvelous sense of humor. She takes a staid attorney’s office where everyone acts as thought they are made of iron, with no emotions what-so-ever and turns it upside down. While this is total fantasy, it’s sure fun to read and to watch these “robots” turn into needful sex maniacs.

The author gives Alex, the main male character, the characteristic of goodness. He wants all those working in the office to be kind, reasonable, and r
Sometimes, when you want something bad enough, you just go after it. That's exactly what Alex does, but not in the way you'd think. He's sick and tired of everyone in his office being discriminated against, there is always fighting, and it's driving him mad.

And then, he does something about it. What does he do? He puts something in the coffee.

And his plan? It works! Oh boy, does it work. In fact, it's beginning to create some rather interesting scenarios.

Something in the Coffee is not your typic
Alex finally gets fed up with the bickering and meanness in his law office -- so he tries to fix it by putting a magic potion in the office coffeepot! But the potion turns out to be a love potion, and soon the entire office is engaged in wild sexual shenanigans.

This whole story is a parody of Gilbert and Sullivan's first comic opera, "The Sorcerer." There, it's a love potion in the village teapot during Alexis and Aline's engagement party. Here, it's a potion in the office coffeepot during Alex
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