In the Eye of the Beholder [NOOK Book]

Overview

Frank Melina was the hottest photographer in the fashion world, until someone tried to kill him and ended up scarring his face. Danny Verdi is at the top of his career, but he's getting older and his popularity is waning. When his manager talks Frank into photographing him in Italy, Danny knows his career will benefit. Danny is repulsed by Frank's face but addicted to the sex. When the shoot is over however, Danny leaves Frank behind. Frank comes back out of hiding, a changed man, and begins photographing other ...
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In the Eye of the Beholder

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Overview

Frank Melina was the hottest photographer in the fashion world, until someone tried to kill him and ended up scarring his face. Danny Verdi is at the top of his career, but he's getting older and his popularity is waning. When his manager talks Frank into photographing him in Italy, Danny knows his career will benefit. Danny is repulsed by Frank's face but addicted to the sex. When the shoot is over however, Danny leaves Frank behind. Frank comes back out of hiding, a changed man, and begins photographing other male models. Danny still wants Frank, but the only problem is, Frank doesn't want Danny anymore.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781554871308
  • Publisher: eXtasy eBooks
  • Publication date: 9/15/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 395,849
  • File size: 486 KB

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"You know I want to fuck you, don't you?" Danny announced, searching his eyes.

Monty blushed some. "Well ... I..."

"So if you don't want that, I suggest you leave," he added, his voice controlled, and without emotion.

"No ... I..." Monty began, as a hand reached out and caressed his jean clad thigh. He swallowed.

"Take off your shirt."

Monty reached down and lifted his T-shirt over his head. He put it aside, trembling. Danny ran his eyes over his chest, his brown nipples, and his stomach. Nice, not as toned as he was, but nice enough. He could use a bit more pectoral definition. Tracing his finger now around one of his nipples, and then down his ribcage, he smiled at him. "Take off your jeans. Do you wear underwear?"

Monty shook his head. "No," he said, standing up.

"Slowly," Danny said. He was looking for a new thrill, anything to ease the boredom. Hopefully this guy could do it for him.

Monty slowly undid the zipper on his jeans, revealing his semi-erect cock, and small almond-shaped balls. Danny was disappointed. He liked them big, and thick, and Monty's cock was definitely average. He watched as he moved the jeans over his hips and let them fall at his feet. "I forgot my shoes," Monty said, a little uncomfortably.

Danny gave him a patient smile.

Monty leaned over and began to undo his running shoes. Danny stood up and moved around behind him. Now, that was a nice ass. What he lacked in front, he more than made up for in the back. Danny placed his hands on his buttocks. "Stay like that."

Monty froze. Danny moved his sweatpants down and stepped out of them. Monty felt Danny's cock against his ass. "I'm going to fuck you, Monty.I'm going to fuck that ass of yours all night long."

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    Posted October 7, 2013

    Great read

    A very entertaining story. Interesting characters with lots of angst and then love.

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