Anything To Get Hired (Interracial Workplace BBW Erotic Romance)

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Monique is a Craigslist addict. She loves to browse the ads and read about other people's sexual fantasies. Today, though, she has an idea for a Craigslist post of her own. Since she's looking for a job, why not look for a hiring manager who can hook her up with a job in exchange for satisfying his sexual desires? The man who interviews her turns out to be gorgeous, but he says she doesn't need to sleep with him to get the job. Somehow, she wants to anyway...

"Anything To Get Hired" is a stand-alone short story that is also the second instalment in the three-part Craigslist Series (Paid To Play, Anything To Get Hired, Paying To Play).

WARNING:
This 4000+ word story is intended for mature audiences only. It contains explicit depictions of mind-blowing sex between an unemployed curvy black BBW and the stunning Latin man interviewing her for a job, including mental domination, multiple spankings, fingering, and facefucking.

EXCERPT:
Marcos looks at me. I can barely hear his words, as focused as I am on his hypnotizing eyes. "Let me tell you something. I'd like to hire you. You're extremely qualified, and you seem like you'd be a great fit with our organization. Nothing sexual is necessary."

"Are you saying that something sexual is possible?" /I didn't just say that!/

One of his eyebrows raises slowly. "I'm saying you have the job, if you want it. You don't have to sleep with anyone. Here, let me show you up." He stands up, then immediately sits back down. I gawk at him, which I guess is the reason that he stands up again. /Ah, that's why he sat back down. Damn, it's big!/

I stand up too and take a step toward the door. "I understand that I don't have to sleep with anyone."

There is a long silence, both of us just standing there without speaking, his hand frozen in mid-air, halfway to the doorknob.

"But, if I want to?" I finally ask.

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