Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Review: MAID FOR IT by Lucy Rodgers
Maid for It was a quick, steamy, erotic read. There was some dubious consent involved so be aware. Gabriela Marquez has left her small town in Mexico. She is an eye witness to a murder involving a major drug cartel and her family fears for her life. They hire a pollero to get her over the border into the United States. Unfortunately, Gabi’s safe house is raided by immigration officials and she finds herself in danger of deportation unless she agrees to work for Maid for It, a specialty housekeeping company that caters to wealthy clientele. Her job interview consists of performing a blow job on her boss in the backseat of his limousine.
Her first job is working for Benjamin Hardcastle, a reclusive cyber security expert. Gabi soon discovers why most of the maids have not lasted more than two days as his employee. Benjamin is looking for more than a recreational sex toy. He wants a permanent willing and submissive sex slave.
After arriving at Benjamin’s mansion, Gabi is given a tour of the house by the butler and begins her housekeeping duties. Her introduction to Benjamin comes two days later. And what a steamy introduction it is. Benjamin walks into the bathroom completely nude while Gabi is on her hands and knees cleaning the floor. He wastes no time getting acquainted with his new merchandise.
The relationship progresses rather quickly. The love scenes are pretty erotic and intense. I really liked Gabi’s character a lot. She was a survivor and did what she felt she had to do to stay alive. I felt her fear and hoped that Benjamin wouldn’t be too hard on her. I wasn’t a huge fan of Benjamin in the beginning, as he was a hard Master and wasn’t always as merciful as I felt he should be. But I did warm up to him as he started to let his feelings for Gabi show. The sex scenes in Maid for It were well written and ultra smutty (have a towel ready)! Benjamin did soften towards Gabi in the end and I really enjoyed their happily ever after. I look forward to reading more from Lucy Rodgers. Maid for It gets 3.5 dragons.