|Plot Summary of Skyscraper|
|"It's Christmas time and one would think that Tomalis Wolfe has it all. He's the founder and CEO of Wolfe Industries, Inc., the only African-American automotive company in the world. Unfortunately, he is saddled with Zetta, his nymphomaniac wife who has no qualms about having sex with Chico, a 19-year-old mail boy that works for the company. Not only does Zetta have frequent encounters with Chico, she also has had numerous "rendezvous" in the past.
Tomalis also has a cutthroat administrative assistant named Bradford who is also involved in underhanded business dealings and thinks of nothing of betraying his boss.
Executive secretary Diana must contend with her burgeoning feelings for Edmund, a parking lot attendant, as well as raising twin boys alone after the boys' father Stephen abandoned her. Lower level secretary Anastasia has her sights on the boss and will do anything to make herself the next "Mrs. Wolfe".
Wolfe's best friend Barron is terminally ill and it's up to Tomalis to make his friend's last days pleasurable.
All the characters come together for a memorable Christmas party, replete with eye-opening and humorous revelations.
Reginald D. Garrard, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Skyscraper|
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Main Male Character
- business executive
If he's not white he must be...
Main Female Character
If she's not white she must be...
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How explicit is the sex?
- descript of kissing
- touching of anatomy
- actual description of sex
- Boob talk
- Vagia talk
- Weiner talk
Focus of story
- many multiple characters
How much dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
How much sexing?
- 5-9 sex acts
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