Oh God, there are twenty-seven of these.

Title: The Dinner: Taken by the Men Who Raised Me

Author: Amber Paige

the dinner

WhatWhat: Amber’s step father, Jim, needs her to pretend to be his wife for a business dinner. She ends up fucking him, her uncles, and the guys he’s doing business with, because that’s how deals are done, God damn it.

Money Quotes:

In my head I can see my step dad is smiling his wide, handsome smile on the other end of the line, and I’m flooded with a deep yearning for home. (loc 360)

I’ve been homesick before, but not like this.

Jim sighs. “Because I need you to pretend to be my wife.

I freeze when my step father says this, his words tracing a warm jolt of electricity down my spine. I can feel my clit throb with a sudden dull ache down below, a sudden reaction that I can’t quite understand. (loc 386)

Really? You can’t understand that? You’re surprisingly naive for someone who’s about to be at the centre of a gangbang.

“Loosen up buddy!” Lance says, slapping Jim on the back. “I’m just saying, it would be much easier for this deal to get pushed through if we were all a little closer, you know?” (loc 516)

No big deal, dude, we’d just feel better about signing a contract if we all fucked your wife first.

The men who raised me moan with pleasure as I run my tight grip up and down the length of their shafts, moving slowly at first and then gaining speed until I’m beating them off to a pleasant rhythm. (loc 569)

This is so much like that Chuck Tingle book with the living donuts. Just mentally replace “the men who raised me” with “the donuts who glazed me.”

Verdict: Okay, now that I’ve read a couple of these the full hilarity is sinking in. Should I read all 27? I’m really curious as to how anyone can come up with 27 scenarios in which someone can plausibly (I use the term loosely) have sex with her step father and an entire team of step uncles.