Title: The Intern
Author: Wilde Syn
Ruby Webb is infatuated with her coworker’s boss. She’s only an intern and Eve’s stories about what a huge jerk Jasper Cain is to work for don’t deter her at all.
Ruby is not the only woman at the office interested in Jasper. A coworker is called to Jasper’s office about a stalking issue. She doesn’t close the door when asked and Eve hears everything. Eve tries to deter Ruby’s crush by telling her all the things Courtney found stalking and hacking Jasper’s accounts. Things like secret clubs and spanking women.
This only intrigues Ruby. The idea of Jasper spanking her keeps replaying in her mind. But she is not Courtney and she’s not a stalker. She’s going to find a way into that secret club the legitimate way and not get banned at the door and marched out the building with a restraining order like Courtney. Ruby’s journey to get into a top secret BDSM club named Jasmine’s with no location or rules on their website leads her to a fetish website. Suddenly, Jasper Cain seems a little less interesting. Master559, who she has been messaging with seems like he could make her new, dark fantasies come true. And he’s willing to work with her being new. He wants to build trust first.
Master559 has only given her one rule. Leave Jasmine’s alone and don’t go there. Ruby has already broken his rules. She’s attended a munch and she intends to attend a training class. She just wants to watch. There are some warning signs, but Ruby thinks she has a handle on it.
Ruby is about to learn things are not what they seem. People are not who they seem. Trust is everything in this new lifestyle she jumped head first into.
Ruby, the intern, finds herself enamored with her coworker’s boss, to the point where it’s almost an obsession. Despite warnings from her coworker about his violent nature, Ruby finds herself drawn to him. When she finds out about a secret club, the tension in the story only thickens. Ruby might have bitten off more than she can chew, and now, she’ll have to figure a way out.
I loved the characters in the story and the way that they interacted with one another. The tension between coworkers was especially well done, as was the mystery in the story. Overall, the story had a very real 50 Shades vibe to it.