Title: Behind His Lens
Author: Beth Michele
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: March 9, 2017
Genre(s): Gay contemporary romance, bi-sexual, short story
Page Count: 144 pages
Reviewed by: Natosha
Heat Level: 4.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
A fast-paced, fun, dirty M/M Novella.
Sometimes life throws us curve balls.
Jake Donovan was mine.
It was supposed to be a one-time thing. A birthday gift for sexy Willow. He wasn’t supposed to have this effect on me.
But he did.
He wasn’t supposed to consume me.
But he did.
He wasn’t supposed to touch me in places no other man had before.
But he did.
And I wanted him to do …more
What a good light hearted read about a man who found a friend in grade school attractive but he suppressed those feelings and never acted on it.
Colt would have probably never acted on those feelings of being attracted to a man had it not been for his girlfriend at the time trying to convince him to live out a fantasy of hers. The fantasy was to watch two men togther. At first revolted against the idea but the more he thought about it, the more he convinced himself that he was going to do it but he was only going to do it to make Willow happy.
So after finding a guy on the internet and talking back and forth online Colt finally decides to go to his place and see what happens. The first time he goes, Colt is overwhelmed and runs scared but the second time things heat up between them. By the third time, Colt was hooked on Sean and now he was second guessing his reasons for doing this.
After some much needed thinking, Colt decides that he has to end things with Willow because the attraction he feels for Sean is just too strong to deny and he wants to find out where things can go between them.
Now the question is, will Sean feel the same way? Only one one way to find out. It is time to be honest with Sean about he is feeling and let the ball fall in Sean’s court and see where he will run with it.
This was a good quick read but I really enjoyed it. The encounters between Colt and Sean was off the charts hot but be warned there is some m/f scenes also, so if your not into that kind of thing proceedss with caution. I love that Colt did not fight how he felt once he got over his nerves and that he maned up and told everyone involved how he was feeling instead of stringing anyone along. Beth Michele did a wonderful job on this short story. It was very interesting and kept me enthralled through the whole read.
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