Sex for pay is the way Brian likes it. No talking, no intimacy, no ties, his body for sale to whoever pays the price. Then his sister guilts him into taking on Rebecca, a virginal, man-shy customer, on a pro bono basis. Soon, Rebecca's "no"s become "yes"es.
Now Rebecca wants him to talk and share his life before she's willing to get undressed. Soon, their forced intimacy makes Brian reassess what he really wants from sex, and makes Rebecca throw caution to the wind when her newfound orgasms make life worth living. What neither expects is to learn fundamental truths about their own sexualities, drives and desires. The result is a surprise happy ending -- because sometimes sex has a way of rewriting the rules of love.
About the Author
Thompson says, "I write under the pen name Amber Rose Thompson. Why don't I use my legal name? Well, I don't want to be blacklisted from getting jobs, now do I? By training, I am a public librarian who most recently worked in the metropolis of New York City. But, and this is a big but, I write the kind of books that will never be offered at any library or even considered. And that is why I use a fictitious name.
It is a bit sad to promote reading by day and hide my own writing while doing so. Before work, on lunch, break, and after work I write hot, erotic tales that I hope will make readers squirm and fan themselves. My one major hurdle in writing is my kitten who believes laps are for sleeping, not laptops. Because of this hindrance, I often write one-handed, and not for the reason your dirty mind is thinking. I hold the laptop with one hand and type with the other so my little bundle of fur can purr in her sleep.
My muse for writing is my lovely and amazing partner who I've been married to for seventeen wonderful years. We all must get our inspiration from somewhere after all. My marriage is an interesting one, while we have been married for a while, we actually have two marriage certificates. You see part way through our marriage we both transitioned to the opposite gender. I told you my marriage was different. I am a trans man writing under a female name, talk about gender bending and mental games."