Jess works as a bartender in a small neighborhood pub. She knows her customer’s drinks, how they like their steaks, and their favorite appetizers. She can twirl a bottle in the air and layer a drink. She’s knowledgeable, professional, and has earned the right to be considered a mixologist, but she has a problem. She’s horny and in need of a tryst and the only one around to satisfy her need is one of the regular patrons at the bar.
Brian is that patron. He lives nearby and is in the pub almost every evening, and this evening he and Jess are the last ones in the bar at closing time. Jess’ husband is out of town and her insatiable desire draws her to Brian for the night. Then again the next day, and into a threesome that night. Serving your customers takes on a whole new meaning in the small establishment.
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The story is based on an actual pub that I used to frequent. I spent a lot of time there and became intimately acquainted with the staff, many of which became good friends.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The characters are an amalgam of several people, but based on actual employees of the pub. The relationships between the characters are also a combination of the actual relationships between the people in the restaurant. The events are real, but did not happen in the order written about.
The pub was now eerily still and except for Jess's muffled phone conversation at the opposite end of the bar and the hum of the coolers, there weren't any other sounds. I couldn't make out the words in her conversation, but from her tone and mannerisms, it seemed she was upset about something. I watched the muted sports wrap-up show on the TV.
It wasn't long before she ended the call and haphazardly tossed her phone onto the counter behind the bar. Then she picked up the money and empty glass from where the last patron had been sitting, ran a towel over the bar top, and walked over in front of where I was sitting. She stood there for a moment before putting a hand on her hip and cocking her head to the side.
“Do you want another beer while I close up?” she asked.
“Sure,” I answered. “I like watching you while you work.”
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