All Part of the Service: Summary
Introduction to S&SM 2.0
Sweet and Sexy Mistakes hasn’t aged so well. I’m now trying to make it palatable by today’s standard without losing what made the first edition, created in Dec 2010, so enjoyable to those who followed it. Who knows, if I can figure this out, I might even have a go at LIALM.
The second task is to turn this story into Naomi’s book, so there will be many changes. It’s been the plan for a while and the reason Naomi was a bigger character in Jess’s story. I don’t know if this the best course of action or whether I should set this book away from that Universe. For those of you who don’t know who Naomi is, she’s the friend of Kristy (I Love You, My Neighbour) and she’s Jess’s publicist from Trusting the Enemy Next Door.
Any and all feedback is welcome. For most of you, this will be your first time reading. For some of you, you may have read the original. I’m eager to hear from readers past and present about whether you think this is palatable by today’s standards, and how I’m going with the adaptation.
With that introduction out of the way, let us begin.
An expert on the dynamics between men and women, Dominic Wylder knows his new publicist could use his help getting back into the dating game. The only problem is, the more time he spends with her, the more he realises he doesn't want her dating anyone but him!
This standalone sequel, spanning over 100,000 words, can be enjoyed independently and read without prior knowledge of the first two books, "Trusting the Enemy Next Door" and "I Love You, My Neighbour." While it is designed to be a self-contained story, please be aware that there may be some spoilers for the previous books within its pages.