Look at Me!

By Felix Baron

When one hang-up ruins her love-life, Connie tries to change and becomes addicted to showing herself off in the most immodest way she can, on webcams. A slippery slope into a world where lust rules and modesty is the only sin.

Connie would do anything her lover wanted, provided it’s in the dark and under the covers. Even so, Jeff’s need to gaze upon his lover’s naked beauty breaks the relationship up. Is that the way it is, with men? Can the sight of a breast or a thigh be so important? If so, can she break her Mother’s indoctrination?

Connie starts with shorter skirts and some cleavage but quickly progresses to deliberate ‘wardrobe malfunctions. To her amazement, she finds herself addicted to being looked at.

Format: Paperback
Release Date: 02 Oct 2013
Pages: 120
ISBN: 978-0-00-755317-4
Felix Baron has, at various times, claimed to be descended from the Wife of Bath, Casanova, Don Juan and Catherine the Great. His ‘Dominant!’ was released by Nexus in 2006, followed by ‘The Persian Girl’, a Victorian romp featuring Sir Richard Francis Burton. He has written more short fiction than he can remember and has been collected in several ‘best of’ anthologies, plus one ‘best of the best.’ You can’t do better than that.