Christopher Allan Roberts thought he had a promising future; Captain of the football team with the promise of a scholarship to play for Alabama. His high school sweetheart and best friend for as long as he could remember, Amanda, by his side, and the love and support of his family. One night, one mistake changed everything. Chris moves to New York, adrift and alone. A walk one night brings him to the flashing lights, loud music and thrumming bodies at club Berlin. A flyer in the men’s room promises fame and fortune for anyone willing to go on camera and have sex, with another man. Money is money, and how hard could it be, right?
Christopher Allan Roberts becomes Kris Alen, All Cocks newest addition, a gay for pay porn star.
Lincoln Carter is honest with everyone in his life, including his family, about who he is and about his sexual preferences. Linc Larson, the openly bi-sexual gay porn star will do anything with anyone, which pretty much writes his ticket in a versatility charged industry. It’s not his sexuality that interferes with his personal life; it’s his inability to trust.
What Linc wants right now, more than anything, is the chance to do a scene with All Cocks newest acquisition, Kris Alen. Six foot two with Auburn hair, an exquisitely toned and inked up body, Kris Alen is sex personified. Linc doesn’t know if it’s the “I want the shiny new toy” aspect that calls to him, or the distant and wounded expression that haunts Kris’s eyes.
Linc figures out early on that Kris is only working the gay for pay angle that All Cocks brings to his bank account. Can a bi-sexual man with trust issues break down the barriers that Kris has built around himself and help Christopher overcome the painful past he is running from.
Gay for Pay is a gay for you story about two men that will have to come to terms with the mistakes they made in their past, if they want to stick around and have a chance at a future.
I really enjoyed Chris’ journey from the lowest point in his life to where he is happy with Linc. The transformation Chris goes through is astounding to watch. There are a few times where his actions and reactions aren’t in line with the level of emotion around him. But the scene where Chris visits his hometown was very moving. Lunc was an amazing support for Chris’ growth. Chris’ friends Max and Michael were great too and they left Chris to his own choices when Chris was finally ready for it. But it was great they all came together at the end to form a happy family. I’m very interested about the other characters and their stories. Can’t wait to read more of this series.
Molly: What music, if any, do you listen to when you write?
TM: Depends on what I’m writing. I have music for certain characters (For Aiyan from the Opposites series it’s violin, for Chris from Gay for Pay it’s Jazz) as well as music that inspires me. I have about twenty different playlists. Pretty much any genre as well, except classical and metal.
Molly: Are you a full time writer, or part time writer?
TM: Part time for now, I still work a dreaded day job full time, so I write whenever I can.
Molly: Do you hope to one day be a full time writer?
TM: Yes, I do. I would love to be able to call this my ‘job’ and I’m certain I could crank out more books more often were I able to devote all my time and energy into it.
Molly: Do you have a word count per day you try to hit?
TM: No. Perhaps I should do that though.
Molly: When you finish writing a book, how long before you begin writing the next one?
TM: Depends on how exhausted I am and how fast the story comes to me. Gay for Pay released on June 29th and I’ve already written the first two chapters for the follow up.
A military brat born and raised at Ft. Benning Georgia; Smith is an avid reader, reviewer and writer. She now calls Texas home from her small town on the outskirts of the DFW Metroplex. Most days you can find her curled up with her kindle and a good book alongside a glass of something aged and red or a steaming cup of coffee!
At 44 years young, she’s decided to enter the next phase of her life by adding the title of “author” to her list of accomplishments. Smith is a single mom of three disturbingly outspoken and decidedly different kids, one of which is Autistic. Besides her writing, Smith is passionate about Autism advocacy and LGBT rights.
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