by Sloane Howell
This is the first book in The Panty Whisperer series of standalone stories with interconnected characters.
I love women. I’m not ashamed to admit that making a beautiful woman come is my main goal in life—one that I accomplish night after night. Women are as drawn to me as I am to them. I don’t get turned down. It’s not a brag, just a fact. At least it was a fact. Until I met Quinn—the one woman who didn’t fall for my easy charm. Now, I have to have her. She may not want to get close, may not want to admit that I turn her on and can give her a night that she’ll never forget, but she was mine the first moment I saw her. Eventually, I’ll have her beneath me, my hands in her hair, and my name on her lips. It’s what I do. I’m the Panty Whisperer.
"The thought of me will be a thirst you can’t quench, a drug you can’t have, an itch that cannot be scratched, no matter how hard you try."
If Joel Hannover were a superhero his super power would be giving orgasms. Over the years he has honed his natural comfort with women into a sexual ESP. He can conquer the most subdued of women. And, he has a particular knack for unleashing the veiled and repressed.
Take Jessica Moore for example. She is a married mother of two. Board in her life of mom jeans and her work as a senior fixed asset analyst. After two weeks working with Joel she is a wanton woman with no care for responsibilities or social norms.
This erotic short story is hot! The fast paced first person narrative pulls you in right away and builds quickly. You’ll be amazed at how much is accomplished in such a short time. It’s a good thing there are five more stories, because you can bet you’ll be craving more.
Heed the warning of the intro, Joel wants to wreck you!
After reading The Panty Whisperer, I'd leave a review.... but my hands are busy. 😈
About the Author:
Sloane Howell lives in the Midwest United States and writes hot romance stories. A former college baseball player turned author, when not reading or writing, he enjoys hanging out with his family, watching sports, traveling, and engaging his readers on social media. You can almost always catch him goofing off on Facebook or Twitter, and trying to convince Mrs. Howell that it is "work."