The suave and debonair Michael Forrester, is brilliant, educated, fine as all get out, and got some coins in the bank. He is a Harvard law graduate and could have went into practice, but decided to try his hand at writing. Upon seeing a Caucasian female columnist’s opinion of corporate African American men, he gets riled up and decides to pay some revenge on her…by getting a job at the company where she works. It’s there that he meets some “office girls” and decides to pay them all some revenge…only thing is that as he works with them, they show him the meaning of true friends and teach him how to play the game!
I went through a range of emotions reading this! For one, excitement because I just knew that since he was one of Zane’s authors, he would bring some raunchiness to the book. Actually he did not disappoint, but he was more politically correct with his description of body parts and the act of sex. After a while I started to open up more because overall the book is good. It’s sad, funny, enduring, and then some. Not a great-great book, but one that I wasn’t upset about the amount I spent.
You can get The Office Girls on Amazon for $7.56 in Kindle version and $6.00 in Paperback. On B&N site, it is $7.99 in Nook version and Paperback. In iTunes, the book is $7.99.
Until next time…
The Notorious Reader