Under and Over It

Megan Slayer
Under and Over It
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Changeling Press, LLC
Release Date
November 2011
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ

Regan Finley's photography makes the local music scene shine. He's four months from his final exhibition and graduation. But instead of preparing for the party, he's fretting about his exhibition theme -- bondage and passion. There's one person he wants to make his exhibition come to life, if he can convince his housemate to participate.

Camryn Tate plays the music that makes the young girls scream. He likes being a local rock hero. When he finds out what Regan wants for the exhibition, Cam has to make a decision. He can let Regan have his commanding way and get the pictures he needs for the exhibition, or he can walk away from the best roommate and friend he's ever known... all because of a little ball of nylon rope.

Book Review by Valentina Heart (author,reviewer)
Jan 19, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
137 people found the following review helpful
If by some miracle it hasn't been official by now, I'm just about to confirm it and permanently seal it – tattoos and erotic piercings get me every single time.

Regan is a photographer who is crazy about his rock star roommate Camryn. It's never easy to tell someone who's had your heart from the moment you've seen him that you're in love with him and Regan is more than aware of that fact. He's preparing the final exhibition for his graduation and suddenly there is no more time to dance around the issue, so maybe having Cam, his muse, as his model might change the charged air between them.

This is a quick little tale about two insecure men with big hearts. Both of them hide almost a whole different individual behind the persona they show to the public, and even without the romance between them, they simply click. Once the sex comes into the picture, their banter is backed up with sweet action and suddenly you have a perfect fitting couple mapping out their future.

The second part of the story did feel rushed and didn't quite connect the events into a functional whole, but I didn't think it took from the overall pleasant impression the books left me with. Megan Slayer writes her men hot and their interactions interesting, something we all want from any author.

I liked this story as well as Cam and Regan and this little part of their lives made me wish for more.
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