Take the Shot

Take The Shot by Missy Welsh was a fun book to read.

Carrie Trent is a young woman in trouble. She has money troubles and decides to ask her “Uncle Ralphie” for a loan. But that’s a BIG mistake you see “Uncle Ralphie” is her dads bookie. Carrie thinks she will get better treatment than other people who ask for loans unfortunately that’s not true.

After taking the loan Carrie needs to get a job so she can pay back the loan. While at her high school reunion Carrie meets up with Scotty Shadwell. A young man she had a crush on even though he was gay. During the reunion Scotty tells Carrie about a job. The job was for a production film company, one that produced gay films.

This is where she meets Cal Westmoreland. Now she really has a problem she has the hots for two gay men who are partners not only in most of the films they do but also partners in life.

Both men are driving her crazy but Carrie can’t quit. She needs the money to pay back “Uncle Ralphie” but she’s just about at the end of her rope.

You won’t be disappointed with this story. Missy had me hooked right from the start. And who wouldn’t be with some really hot m/m love scenes. I’ll be looking for more of Missy Welsh’s work. 


Book Blurb for Take the Shot

Carrie Trent has just become the photographer for a gay porn film company where committed couple Cal and Scotty are the stars -- the stars of the company and of every fantasy Carrie has. And now she has to be on-set to photograph them while they have sex in a multitude of different moods and positions.

It’s driving her absolutely insane. She loves them, she really does, but her heart just can’t take being on the outside looking in. Carrie can’t quit, though, because the loan shark she thought was an old family friend wants his money right damn now and she just doesn’t have it.

Now her beautiful, sexy men are making her wonder if they’re really gay or maybe a little bit, just-for-her bi, and her financial troubles are pushing her down a really dangerous road. She's not good at asking for help, but she's not going to get out of her money mess on her own.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, exhibitionism, male/male sexual practices, menage (m/m/f), voyeurism. 


Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2011 4.50