GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 11,500 words
Beckett and Doug work together, travel together, live together ... and play very enthusiastically together. They're easily and cheerfully distracted by their desires, wherever they happen to be, whatever they’re officially meant to be doing.The work week starts normally for the newly promoted Beckett, but that's soon disturbed by his lover's sexual provocation. As each day of the week passes, Doug's behavior, and the slogans on his daily T-shirt, get increasingly outrageous.With the recipe of Doug’s unruly libido, Beckett’s masochistic tendency to surrender to it, and their shared fascination for sex in risky places -- it’s inevitable their career prospects are soon completely out of control. But measured up against the love they have for each other, the question is ... are they really bothered by that?EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
If you’re in the mood for a short, campy erotica read, sit down with 'What Not to Wear'. As you dive into Clare London’s over the top tale, you can’t help but laugh, and maybe wish you could be so ballsy.
Doug and Beckett have sex drives that know no boundaries, and Doug has no problem getting his managerial lover, into some seriously compromising positions. In fact, I was aghast at how audacious they are. And yet, at the same time, I found myself intrigued.
As we’re entertained by their escapades through seven days of the week, we are treated to everything from desk blow jobs, and masturbation in a lift, to risks on the boardroom table… that having nothing to do with “corporate strategy”. Each interlude is highlighted by a NSFW catch-phrase on Doug’s T-shirts, designed to provoke and entice, sealing the deal and leaving us shaking our heads in amusement.
There were a couple of times I couldn’t tell whose head I was in – but phew! As aroused as these two are, who wouldn’t get