Career Orientated Stories :blob_turtle:

Hey there, I’m looking for career orientated stories where the story revolves mainly around the MC’s career. Like at a law firm, doctor’s office, at a magazine, a fashion designer, at a bank, a sales associate, an ice cream/smoothie shop worker, a bridal wedding worker, a cake maker, a singer (although I prefer a non-famous MC), etc. The possibilities of the jobs could be endless! :sparkles: :sparkling_heart:


The Marriage Counselor by Joriemar


You vs Them by JasmineLilac

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Love, Unexpectedly by @elliewrites.episode


Hello. I have a story, called Fire In The Blood. Part of it is about the MC’s career at a law firm and there is a point system about a possible promotion of MC there. I will be happy if you check it out. :grinning:

Thank you!! :blush:

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Strictly Business by Cleo (@cleoepisodettruy on IG) is really good and fits the bill perfectly. :smiley:

Bump! :blob_turtle:

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Personally, I’d recommend:

  • Romance ‘Under You’ (LL) - E R Gurney
    - MC (female) is essentially the boss of her father’s company.
  • Fantasy ‘Mindreader’ (LL) - Alusza
    - MC (female) has abilities, to say the least, and is basically part of an undercover operation.
  • Adventure ‘Beyond the Shore and Through the Sea’ (LL) - Cee & Jae
    - MC (male) struggles with careers due to Asian background, and goes on a ‘wee little’ adventure.

But if thou is interested, here’s a little something different. It’s also career oriented, considering that you’re the director of a film, under the producer Rordon Gamsay:

Title: Hotel Hell
Author: Priyanka
Genre: Comedy/ Adventure/ Fantasy/ Mild horror/ little bit of everything.
Style: Limelight all the way through, baby!
Episodes: Only five for now - more coming soon
Description: In an alternate universe, Rordon Gamsay arrives with his camera crew (you) to film an unscripted show at the scenic, but troubled Overlook Hotel.
Contains: Customizable Male/ Female choice for main character, customizable potential love interests (including LGBT/ no love interest options)
Author’s tip: This is merely a fun story. Go to hell on the choices. Be brave. Be classy. Add some paprika.
Main cover:
[Bruce] Banner

Hail Hydra! ::8ball::8ball::8ball::+1:t5:

Reminds me of Gordon Ramsay :joy:

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Under You by @thebutterfly_episode

Mine is based around Hotel management and fashion designing.
Title: Just Another Day
Author: Annswrites
Genre: Drama (Romance)
Episodes: 3(more coming!)
CC: Yes
Style: Limelight
Description: A girl rebelling against her parents goes off to New York City to pursue her dreams unaware of the things she is going to encounter.
Thank You!

Wasted Roses -Genevieve M.

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Bump :turtle:

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Hi! My story revolves around a MC that works as a lawyer/fixer and you’ll get to work different cases through the chapters, where some of your choices will impact your success at those cases. Hope you’ll like it :blob_hearts:

Title: The Fixer
Genre: Drama/Romance
Link :
Instagram: @dynastywrites
Description: Power, money and influence. This successful Hollywood fixer has the perfect life. But when someone from her past comes back for a favor, everything is about to change.
Extras: Full CC for MC and LIs + 2 LIs + Point System + Choices Matter :sparkles:

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