Touch of the Camera by Anais Morgan

November 27, 2013 Review 0

Touch of the Camera by Anais Morgan

It isn't easy to hide your desires when the camera sees everything.
Luna is prepared to wear next-to-nothing lingerie in front of the camera. She can even handle doing so on a male model's lap. But what Luna isn't prepared for is Shang, the sexy photographer.
Shang asks her to move in front of the camera like she's being kissed. Yeah, much easier said than done. However, Luna is connecting with more than the lens, and Shang can feel it too.
Neither can deny the attraction, and neither wants to. Luna and Shang want to take their relationship further, but a contract states they have to wait until after the campaign launch. But nobody will know if they hook up in a motel room, or a limo…so why not try it?

Title: Touch of the Camera
Author: Anais Morgan
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: November 1st 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Classic, Romance
Pages: 34
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-half-flames

Written in the first person perspective, Touch of the Camera tells the story of an eighteen year old model and a wildlife photographer who fell in love with each other. With both being first-timers in the world of adult (and human) fashion, Chang and Luna grapples their way through it while being kindred spirit brings them closer to each other more. Anais Morgan writes with a light-hearted banter intermingling with a catchy tone that brings out each and every unique personality of the main characters further livening up the novel. Colorful side characters stand out with their own eccentricities adding an interesting and amusing mix to the plot.

Touch of the Camera
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