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Ian Sullivan is used to making heads turn. Stunningly handsome, he's accustomed to provocative photo shoots where sex ...
Ian Sullivan is used to making heads turn. Stunningly handsome, he's accustomed to provocative photo shoots where sex sells everything from perfume to laundry soap. Ian was thrilled when Claire Epstein cast him in the new Minty gum commercial. He has to kiss his co-star on screen? No problem. Until he finds out Scott is the one he has to kiss!
Never before has a commercial featured two men, kissing on screen. Claire knows that the advertisement will be ground-breaking, and Scott knows that his sister needs his performance to be perfect. As the filming progresses and the media circus begins around the controversial advertisement, the chemistry between Ian and Scott heats up and the two men quite simply burn up the screen. Is it all an act? Or, have Ian and Scott entered into a clandestine affair that will lead them to love?
Posted May 4, 2012
GA Hauser is one of my favorite GLBT authors and this one is terrible. The main problem is that it is mostly told from the sister, Clair's, point of view. I barely finished it. I would recommend reading a different title by this author. Normally I enjoy her work, but this one is a turkey.
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Posted April 14, 2012
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