All that twenty-year-old Lee Prentise has planned for his life when arriving in New York City from Pennsylvania is to go to dancing and acting school, maybe doing some modeling on the side to sustain himself until he is discovered, and making it onto a Broadway play dance team. His mentor at school tells him the way to get where he wants to go is to learn to say “yes” to men. When London Fashion Designer Nigel Standish comes to lecture at the school and put on a men’s fashion show in New York, Lee ways “yes” to everything Standish asks of him, and Standish forms other life plans for Lee. The older man takes Lee to London, not only putting him on the catwalk but also introducing him into fetish pornographic films. Filmmakers and an assortment of demanding, dominating, and rough Turkish hunks in Istanbul and Cyprus make their own plans for Lee’s life. Ten years later, still saying yes to men’s demands, Lee is continuing to search for control and deciding what is more important in his life—stability or fulfilled demanding sexual desire.
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About the Author
Habu is one of the pen names of a former supersonic spy jet pilot, intelligence agent, male model, movie actor, and diplomat. A wild youth in South East Asia was spent enjoying whatever sexual opportunities came his way, and much of his gay male writing is about recalling incidents from those days and inventing ones he’d perhaps have liked to experience. He now leads a very quiet and ordinary life. Feedback and reviews are always appreciated.