Rough Cut

Rough Cut

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by Mari Carr
     
 

When the screen fades to black, all that remains is love.

Ty Ransome. Reigning king of Hollywood, producer, actor, Look Magazine’s Hottest Man Alive. He has it all—until he reads a book of short stories that touches him in places kept carefully hidden from the tabloid gossip mill. There’s only one way to meet the introverted writer&mdash

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When the screen fades to black, all that remains is love.

Ty Ransome. Reigning king of Hollywood, producer, actor, Look Magazine’s Hottest Man Alive. He has it all—until he reads a book of short stories that touches him in places kept carefully hidden from the tabloid gossip mill. There’s only one way to meet the introverted writer—invite her to Tinseltown to work on a script. The moment he sees her, he realizes why her work haunts him. There’s something missing in his life, and it’s her.

Gwen steps off the plane with reservations. For one thing, her darkly sexual stories are hardly movie material. Then there’s Ty’s reputation as a ladies’ man. Yet she’s won over by his charm and agrees to stay on for a week to get to know him before making her decision. And as the days go by, she discovers there’s far more to Ty than a handsome face.

They eat, drink and breathe the characters in their screenplay, re-enacting scenes that delve into the BDSM realm, setting Ty free to unleash his powerful cravings and exposing Gwen’s deepest needs. Needs she set free on paper…but is not sure she’s ready to make a reality.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605048727
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
01/05/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
102
Sales rank:
147,371
File size:
546 KB

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Ty and Gwen have sexual needs they have kept hidden not only from others, but from themselves. Once they start to work together on a screenplay, the true colors start to show. Don't expect to find a deep, emotional BDSM book here. Ms. Carr delivers a well-written novella where Ty and Gwen discover what they like, what they need, and in the end acknowledge their love for one another. Gwen's is reluctant to commit fully to Ty because she's afraid of getting her heart broken again and he will find her abnormal. "So what if we like our sex rougher than other people? So what if we get off on things other people find bizarre? Big deal. I'm not f*cking them. I'm f*cking you and I want the same things you do." Oh yeah, and the warning at the beginning of the book about explicit sex, et al . . . all true!
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