The Head Hunter by BJ Scott

The Head Hunter

byBJ Scott

Kobo ebook | August 29, 2012

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Gustav is flying into the city for the weekend and Wayne has been given the responsibility of showing him a good time…a very good time.  Gustav is a very well respected design engineer with twenty patents already at the ripe old age of twenty-two.  Some have compared his great mind to that of Albert Einstein.  And whatever Gustav wants, Wayne has been instructed to give him.

Gustav waited until Wayne had left before taking his shower.  He waited longer than that actually.  He waited until about twenty minutes before Wayne was expected back at the hotel before he took his shower.  Wayne knocked several times before giving up and opening the door himself.  “Gustav?”  Wayne could hear the water running.  Was the man still taking a shower? 

Gustav had heard Wayne knock and after he was fairly certain that he had let himself in, he turned off the water.  He opened the door of the shower and said, “Wayne, is that you?” 

“Yes it is.  I hope you don’t mind my walking in.  I knocked first.” 

“No problem.  I’ll be right out.”  Gustav came out of the bathroom wearing only a towel, the black hairs on his chest and legs glistening from water drops. 

Wayne sat down in the chair next to the window.  Gustav was definitely not shy when it came to his body.  He took off the towel, flipped it over and towel dried his hair while standing completely naked in front of Wayne and the open curtains.  Wayne stared at Gustav.  He was gorgeous and extremely well built for a man of only twenty-two.  Then his eyes moved downward.  He knew he should look away but he couldn’t help it.  He had never had a man like Gustav and he loved trying new men.

Title:The Head HunterFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 29, 2012Publisher:Beau To Beau BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1618451146

ISBN - 13:9781618451149