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Another short story in The Administration series.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Penny

    I really liked it. I remain addicted to this series. My reviews of The Administration series’ books: Book 1: Mind Fuck - 3 Stars Book 2: Quid Pro Quo Book 2.1: Unlucky Break - 2 Stars Book 2.2: Friday - 3 Stars Book 2.3: Pancakes - 5 Stars Book 2.4: Surprises - 4 Stars Book 2.5: Family - 4 Stars Book 2.6: Mirror Mirror - 4 Stars Book 3: Games & Players - 5 Stars Book 3.1: Game, Set - 4 Stars Book 3.2: As Long As It Lasted - 3 Stars Book 3.3:Fuck of the Day - 3 Stars Book 3.4: Wine, Women and Cushions - 2 St I really liked it. I remain addicted to this series. My reviews of The Administration series’ books: Book 1: Mind Fuck - 3 Stars Book 2: Quid Pro Quo Book 2.1: Unlucky Break - 2 Stars Book 2.2: Friday - 3 Stars Book 2.3: Pancakes - 5 Stars Book 2.4: Surprises - 4 Stars Book 2.5: Family - 4 Stars Book 2.6: Mirror Mirror - 4 Stars Book 3: Games & Players - 5 Stars Book 3.1: Game, Set - 4 Stars Book 3.2: As Long As It Lasted - 3 Stars Book 3.3:Fuck of the Day - 3 Stars Book 3.4: Wine, Women and Cushions - 2 Stars Book 3.5: Playing with Fire - 5 Stars Book 3.6: All Work and no Play - 3 Stars Book 3.7: Gee - 2 Stars Book 3.8:Shopping & Fucking - 5 Stars Book 3.9: Pool School - 3 Stars Book 3.95: Without the Game - 4 Stars Book 4: Control - 4 Stars Book 4.2: Wait For It - 4 Stars Book 4.3: Caged - 5 Stars Book 4.4: Unaccustomed as I Am... - 3 Stars Book 4.5: Helen - 4 Stars Book 4.6: Shopping, No Fucking - 4 Stars Book 4.7: Losing It - 4 Stars Book 4.8: Coming from America Book 5: Quis Custodiet - 3.5 Stars Book 5.2: Gratuitous Kink - 4 Stars Book 5.3: Then and Now - 4 Stars Book 5.4: Friends in the Right Places - 2 Stars Book 5.5: Smoke & Cameras - 4 Stars Book 5.6: Sunday - 3 Stars Book 6: First Against the Wall - 4 Stars Book 7: For Certain Values Book 7.1: Family Values Book 7.2: Boy's Toys - 3 Stars Book 7.3: Make it a Surprise Book 7.4: Prodigal Book 8: Blood & Circuses Book 9: Corpora Delicti Gratuitous Epilogue

  2. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    ”Now I know it’s part of me. There is no why.” A SimTech celebration turns into a night of danger for Warrick and Toreth. The lights go out and sparks fly! I love to watch Toreth and Warrick work as a team. They click, fit, calm, and feed off each other with humor, ingenuity, intelligence, and strength. Makes me smile. Hell—Warrick even made a joke… ”The light came from Warrick’s penknife. It really does do everything, doesn’t it? Toreth said. Everything except cook and fuck.” Hehe... My favorite p ”Now I know it’s part of me. There is no why.” A SimTech celebration turns into a night of danger for Warrick and Toreth. The lights go out and sparks fly! I love to watch Toreth and Warrick work as a team. They click, fit, calm, and feed off each other with humor, ingenuity, intelligence, and strength. Makes me smile. Hell—Warrick even made a joke… ”The light came from Warrick’s penknife. It really does do everything, doesn’t it? Toreth said. Everything except cook and fuck.” Hehe... My favorite part though *sigh* is the little signs of tenderness and emotion. The interlacing of fingers is one of my personal favorites. A tangle of fingers, squeeze, and touch. My heart skips a beat every time the sociopath does it! Every time. Smoke & Cameras is your typical night out with Toreth and Warrick. :D A night filled with adrenaline, champagne, striping, the arousing thrill of danger, and revelations. It is amazing what we can see in the dark. Just one of my favorite moments: (view spoiler)[ ”When Toreth opened his eyes, the first thing he saw was one of Warrick’s lazier, more satisfied smiles. Enough to drive any lingering unpleasant thoughts away. With his face smudged with smoke, his hair messy and his eyes closed, Warrick looked wonderfully dirty and used.” (hide spoiler)]

  3. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    This one was fun. I loved it. “I could’ve lost him, Toreth thought, the idea shockingly sudden. He could’ve fallen and fucking died, and then…oh, Christ, what the fuck would I have done then? Unbearable…” You love him. You love him. You love him.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sheri

    Kink & fear will guarantee a memorable party Warrick has much to celebrate. Big news at SimTech and they have a fancy bash to announce the news. Little bit of bad luck with a power outage and of course the boys have to find trouble. "I fuck you, not your job," Warrick said, cool and precise." hmmmm are we sensitive about it now Warrick? He hasn't changed since you've met him, well only to actually have a tiny bit of a conscience about it now. Oh dear, I didn't mean it..still got your back Keir. Afte Kink & fear will guarantee a memorable party Warrick has much to celebrate. Big news at SimTech and they have a fancy bash to announce the news. Little bit of bad luck with a power outage and of course the boys have to find trouble. "I fuck you, not your job," Warrick said, cool and precise." hmmmm are we sensitive about it now Warrick? He hasn't changed since you've met him, well only to actually have a tiny bit of a conscience about it now. Oh dear, I didn't mean it..still got your back Keir. After a frightening 'almost' they are both shaken and find comfort (which is hot loving for them) in each others arms. "I could've lost him, Toreth thought, the idea shockingly sudden. He could've fallen and fucking died, and then...oh, Christ, what the fuck would I have done then?" tell him you shitbag...just 3 little words..it won't kill you, promise

  5. 4 out of 5

    Joy

    The adrenaline charge from the near disaster heightened the orgasm as it burned through him. Perfect, coming perfectly together, with Warrick quiet for once, almost choking, twisting against Toreth as he pulled him close. Toreth panted for breath as the waves receded, leaving him aware of the stink of smoke in Warrick's hair against his open mouth. I could've lost him, Toreth thought, the idea shockingly sudden. He could've fallen and fucking died, and then...oh, Christ, what the fuck would I hav The adrenaline charge from the near disaster heightened the orgasm as it burned through him. Perfect, coming perfectly together, with Warrick quiet for once, almost choking, twisting against Toreth as he pulled him close. Toreth panted for breath as the waves receded, leaving him aware of the stink of smoke in Warrick's hair against his open mouth. I could've lost him, Toreth thought, the idea shockingly sudden. He could've fallen and fucking died, and then...oh, Christ, what the fuck would I have done then? Damn, this is great writing-- re-reading series

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    Toreth and Warrick are insatiable and incorrigible. The "I could have lost him", and Dilly's approval (finally!) gave the story that extra spark. Btw: if this is really Dillian's exit, then I'm not getting all the hating. 3,5 stars Toreth and Warrick are insatiable and incorrigible. The "I could have lost him", and Dilly's approval (finally!) gave the story that extra spark. Btw: if this is really Dillian's exit, then I'm not getting all the hating. 3,5 stars

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mir

    At a SimTech release party, Toreth and Warrick are trapped in a lift during a fire. In a high-security, high-tech building that apparently has some crappy design issues. I'll raise it one star if it later turns out to be sabotage rather than coincidence. At a SimTech release party, Toreth and Warrick are trapped in a lift during a fire. In a high-security, high-tech building that apparently has some crappy design issues. I'll raise it one star if it later turns out to be sabotage rather than coincidence.

  8. 5 out of 5

    DayDreamer

    Awesome.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Trix

    I feel like I should read this all over again. (view spoiler)[For the entire length of the book, I kept believing everything had been orchestrated by Warrick in some elaborate plan to surprise Toreth with a new variation of their game. Even after finishing the chapter, I was still wondering. The most impressive thing by far was Toreth's fear of losing Warrick. The fact that he acknowledged it. Sure, he put it aside since the crisis had been averted but it warmed my heart to see Toreth bravely rush I feel like I should read this all over again. (view spoiler)[For the entire length of the book, I kept believing everything had been orchestrated by Warrick in some elaborate plan to surprise Toreth with a new variation of their game. Even after finishing the chapter, I was still wondering. The most impressive thing by far was Toreth's fear of losing Warrick. The fact that he acknowledged it. Sure, he put it aside since the crisis had been averted but it warmed my heart to see Toreth bravely rush to Warrick's help. And I loved how perfectly well they worked together as a team. Toreth made sure to watch out for Warrick, while Keir hid his fear of heights just to ensure they made it out safely. And the little handjob at the end was just like them. Relieving a bit of pressure. Of course, leave it to Toreth to embarrass Warrick by a possible public display. The second impressive thing was Dillian actually thanking Toreth for looking out for Warrick and going to Mars again. It's like the author heard all the complaints readers had about her and decided to ship her far away from the main attraction of the series. Hope she won't be back soon. (hide spoiler)]

  10. 5 out of 5

    Irina Elena

    Maybe it's just the fact that this is the first TA story I picked up after a long break from the series? ...But no, because technically I should have been blasted in the face by the awesomeness. I don't know, but this story felt kind of random. And a bit pointless. And kind of mild, compared to the previous stories. I'm just... unimpressed. That doesn't mean this one doesn't have its little flashes of brilliance too, because it does. Short insights in Toreth's mind, a tiny show of affection (more or Maybe it's just the fact that this is the first TA story I picked up after a long break from the series? ...But no, because technically I should have been blasted in the face by the awesomeness. I don't know, but this story felt kind of random. And a bit pointless. And kind of mild, compared to the previous stories. I'm just... unimpressed. That doesn't mean this one doesn't have its little flashes of brilliance too, because it does. Short insights in Toreth's mind, a tiny show of affection (more or less explicit) from him and all that jazz. But tbh, it's starting to be a bit too little. I'm not getting bored as such. But.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marina

    "I could've lost him, Toreth thought, the idea shockingly sudden. He could've fallen and fucking died, and then...oh, Christ, what the fuck would I have done then? Unbearable." "I could've lost him, Toreth thought, the idea shockingly sudden. He could've fallen and fucking died, and then...oh, Christ, what the fuck would I have done then? Unbearable."

  12. 5 out of 5

    LenaRibka

    It was Okay but I don't share the overwhelming excitement of the most readers about this sequel. It was Okay but I don't share the overwhelming excitement of the most readers about this sequel.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ellen

    This is a very short novella, but I really liked it because once again Toreth realizes how important Warrick is to him (of course he doesn't verbalize it to Warrick) when a particular situation happens and Torrick could have lost him. This is a very short novella, but I really liked it because once again Toreth realizes how important Warrick is to him (of course he doesn't verbalize it to Warrick) when a particular situation happens and Torrick could have lost him.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Simple Pleasures

    Much fun and interesting.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Em

    I couldn't lost him, Toreth thought, the idea shockingly sudden. He could've fallen and fucking died, and then ... oh, Christ, what the fuck would I have done then? I couldn't lost him, Toreth thought, the idea shockingly sudden. He could've fallen and fucking died, and then ... oh, Christ, what the fuck would I have done then?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Pianisuparse

    4.5 'There is something about these two, I can't even put it into words. Seeing Toreth experience the eye opening revelation that he could not bare to lose Warrick ... priceless' stars. 4.5 'There is something about these two, I can't even put it into words. Seeing Toreth experience the eye opening revelation that he could not bare to lose Warrick ... priceless' stars.

  17. 4 out of 5

    AtenRa

    Loved it! It's the first time Toreth expresses any kind of emotion, almost, gasp! affection towards Warrick (only in thought of course) and I'm holding on to it with both hands! Loved it! It's the first time Toreth expresses any kind of emotion, almost, gasp! affection towards Warrick (only in thought of course) and I'm holding on to it with both hands!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rebe

    Hmm. I have mixed feelings about this story. On the bad side, there's: -not much happening that affects the rest of the series, so... -apart from the inherent excitement of the story, there's not much point to including it, aside from getting the update about the status of SimTech production, which could easily have been slipped into another story with a few lines of dialogue -so basically, if this were a sex scene, I'd say it was titillating without any other purpose (although, I must say, there i Hmm. I have mixed feelings about this story. On the bad side, there's: -not much happening that affects the rest of the series, so... -apart from the inherent excitement of the story, there's not much point to including it, aside from getting the update about the status of SimTech production, which could easily have been slipped into another story with a few lines of dialogue -so basically, if this were a sex scene, I'd say it was titillating without any other purpose (although, I must say, there is quite a bit of sex in this story, even if that's overshadowed by the action-y bits) But on the good side, you have: -champagne, people in suits, and other lovely party details -crazy adrenaline rush -Toreth (view spoiler)[saving Warrick's life! and Warrick being all panicky afterwards and Toreth soothing him with kisses! (hide spoiler)] -Toreth being privately emotional that Warrick could've died, which for him borders on "I love/care about this person" -the news that Dillian (view spoiler)[is going to accept a new job off-world, which is probably good to know for the stories that follow, although I'm just guessing about that b/c I haven't yet embarked on First Against the Wall (hide spoiler)]

  19. 5 out of 5

    La*La

    First read on December 20, 2014. Re-read on July 11, 2015. I loved this one! Partly due to the fact that Warrick's business finally took off)) Yay for the sim production)) First read on December 20, 2014. Re-read on July 11, 2015. I loved this one! Partly due to the fact that Warrick's business finally took off)) Yay for the sim production))

  20. 5 out of 5

    ShilvaH And her books

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  21. 5 out of 5

    Milyd

    Warrick and Toreth working together <3

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mich

    So...so...Good!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Danny Tyran

    I hoped that something serious had happened. But then, that was just an excuse to f*ck in a fire refuge. Entertaining anyway. So I give it 3½ stars.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sabbie

  25. 4 out of 5

    Julie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Saltygoodness

  27. 4 out of 5

    Juniper

  28. 5 out of 5

    peanut•m&ms

  29. 5 out of 5

    Aliye

  30. 4 out of 5

    Blackabsinthe

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