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Overexposed: Tag-Teaming the Cameraman

B.J. Ryder

Published September 8th 2013
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Kindle Edition
24 pages
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Reid finally has gotten his big break - hes been hired as a cameraman for a full-time filming gig, and he hasnt even graduated yet! The offer is too good to pass up,even if his new employer, the enigmatic Jax, hasnt really filled him in on theMoreReid finally has gotten his big break - hes been hired as a cameraman for a full-time filming gig, and he hasnt even graduated yet! The offer is too good to pass up,even if his new employer, the enigmatic Jax, hasnt really filled him in on the details of WHAT, exactly, hell be filming...Maybe its all the shirtless, muscle-bound guys wandering the halls of the film studio - or the strange, unbidden advances of the co-star, Aaron, who just doesnt seem to be taking no for an answer. Either way, Reid quickly comes to realize hes stumbled into a very particular world of filmmaking - gay porn!Before long, the inexperienced film student finds himself drawn in by a forbidden attraction to the sensual events unfolding before his lens. Hes never really thought of himself as attracted to men - but now, face-to-face with the real thing, Reid finds his body reacting in ways hes never before imagined.Its all he can manage not to join in himself...EXCERPT:Pushing himself away from the door, Aaron stalked towards me and I was struck by how much he resembled a lion hunting its prey. Watching his lithe movements, I took an involuntary step backwards and knew it was the wrong move the instant his grin grew wider. “Has no one in your life complimented your eyes before?” he asked, as he stepped closer.“Not that I can remember,” I replied, my mind working on autopilot. Something moved in my peripheral vision, and when I turned to check what it was, I saw that the towel around Jax’s hips was shifting- my eyes widened as I tried to ignore the growing presence.My pulse spiked as I looked away, and to my embarrassment, I felt a hot flush creep up the sides of my neck. Aaron came to a halt in front of me, leaving just enough room between our bodies for a sliver of air to pass, and he skimmed his palm along my throat. His fingertips traced the birthmark high on my chest and my vision became a little blurry.“That’s a shame,” Aaron whispered, his breath fanning my cheeks. I blinked rapidly to regain my bearings, but when he ran his hands down my arms, I realized I shouldn’t have bothered – I was going to be off-kilter until I got back home. Leaning in, he placed his lips right by my ear and added, “There are so many things about you I could appreciate, if you’d just let me.”