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Einstein's Peep Show by Josephine Myles

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Einstein's Peep Show by Josephine Myles

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About the Author
English through and through, Josephine Myles is addicted to tea and busy cultivating a reputation for eccentricity. She writes gay erotica and romance, but finds the erotica keeps cuddling up to the romance, and the romance keeps corrupting the erotica. She blames her rebellious muse but he never listens to her anyway, no matter how much she threatens him with a big stick. She's beginning to suspect he enjoys it.
Publication Date
February 23, 2016
The sound of somebody clearing their throat startled him. Rory assumed a more respectable pose—I wasn’t groping my bum, honest—but when he saw it was just Nathan Wright, his weirdo neighbour from across the landing, he wished he hadn’t bothered. “Hey, Natey-boy. What’s up?”

Nathan’s brow furrowed. Hard to tell in the bad lighting—the landlord still needed to replace the bulb on their floor—but Rory could have sworn there was a hint of a blush. The touch of colour suited the bloke, who was otherwise all washed out with his pale skin and blond hair. Looked like he wouldn’t know a sunbed from a sandwich toaster, which was a shame because once you got past the nerdy dress sense, he was kind of attractive.

If you liked your men geeky, that was.

“I, uh. I’ve got something I need to…” Nathan trailed off and gave him a desperate look, which with his skinny face and big, bespectacled eyes made him way cuter than he had any right to be. 

“Fire away, mate,” Rory muttered, while searching his jacket pockets. Ah, there were his keys! He pulled them out and found the one for his front door. Nathan followed his hand with his eyes and bit his lip.

“You’re gay, right?” Nathan blurted out. “I mean, you must be. That equals sign tattoo on your neck. And the earrings. And the men you sometimes come home with late at night.”

Seriously? “What are you getting at?”

Nathan crossed his arms and glared. “Nothing. I mean, I wasn’t spying. Just, you know, I like to know who’s outside when I hear voices. In case it’s burglars or something, and I need to call the police.”

“Wow, you’re a one-man Neighbourhood Watch squad,” Rory deadpanned.

“But you are gay, aren’t you?”

“Yes, fine. I’m a flaming homo. And I’m about to go into my flat and do outrageously queer things, possibly involving the contents of my salad drawer.” Not that any cucumbers lurked in there at the moment, but it sounded kinkier than using a plain old dildo.

Nathan tsked. “There’s no need to get defensive. And have you got at least six inches?”

“You what?” Surely he hadn’t heard that right. “Did you just ask how big my knob is?”

Nathan stuck his chin out. “I need to know.”

“Why does it matter to you?”

“B-because I need to perform fellatio on someone with an above average sized penis in the next ten minutes.”

“You what?” Rory rubbed at his ears in case they were playing tricks on him again, but he was pretty sure he’d caught that right. “You want to give me a blowjob? Why?”

“Do you need a reason?” Nathan was tapping his foot, his embarrassment seemingly given way to defiance. There was something about that pose and the way his eyes flashed that was kind of a turn on, come to think of it. “And I need to know you’re big enough. And you still have your foreskin. That’s of paramount importance.”

Whoa, fetish alert! Rory cupped his groin. “You’ve got no worries there, mate.”

“That’s all satisfactory, then. All relevant criteria met.” Nathan sounded relieved. Really, this was one of the strangest conversations Rory had ever had.

Rory opened his front door. “Okay, come on in, then.”

“No, it has to be my place. I need to get it on camera.” Nathan pulled his door wide open and took a step back. “That’s okay, isn’t it?”

On camera? “Is this a dare or something? I mean, not that I mind, but I’d rather you weren’t doing it just to prove a point.” What was he saying? Rory’s knob reminded his brain hello, potential blowjob action? 

“Are you even gay?”

“Yes, of course.”

“Yes it’s a dare, or yes you’re gay?”

“Yes, I’m gay. Look, do you want this blowjob or not? I’m pretty good at them.” Now his initial nerves had passed, Nathan was showing a different side. An arrogant side. And strangely enough, Rory liked it.

“Go on, then. And I’ll be the judge of how good you are.”

Nathan huffed and disappeared into his flat, but he left the door open behind him.

Rory locked his own door and followed.
Nerdy by day, naughty by night!

Nathan Wright has a secret life. During the day he’s a dedicated student, working hard for his maths degree. But times are tough, and in order to make ends meet by night he becomes “Einstein”, wooing punters with his online solo sex show. Still wounded by his last dysfunctional relationship, Nathan’s happy being single. But when his highest tipping client demands it, Einstein has to overcome his social awkwardness to rope in some extra help.

Party boy Rory Jones has never given his geeky neighbour a second glance, but he’s not one to turn down the offer of a free blow job, even when Nathan tells him it’s going online. Once on camera, Rory discovers his exhibitionist streak and the two of them are so hot together, the one-off becomes a regular gig. 

But being neighbours with benefits isn’t without its challenges. Nathan’s client keeps wanting more, and he finds himself pushed into a role he’s not prepared for. Meanwhile Rory’s growing affection leaves him worried his ultra-rational lover won’t ever be able to share his emotions. If he and Nathan can’t find something more than great sex in common, they’ll be left with the square root of absolute zero.

Editor reviews

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Einstein and Heisenberg Make a Movie…
Nathan and Rory are neighbors with nothing in common except that they’re both gay, so when Nathan proposes a win-win deal to Rory and all that is required is that he be willing to be on camera, Rory can’t help but take him up on the offer!  Nathan’s online alter ego is Einstein, and when Rory has to think on his feet for a moniker when he hits the web, Heisenberg is born!  This leads to some interesting encounters,
but can these two diverse souls find compatible dynamics, or will their experiment blow up into pieces?
Nathan comes across as being on the autism spectrum, though this is never actually stated.  He’s brilliant but has an exceedingly literal mind, and no subtleties are recognized without a great deal of thought and internal examination, which is put into writing.  I really enjoyed the way he was written, because it gives the average person a chance to see how someone on the spectrum internally processes the verbal and non-verbal cues they receive.
This is a novella, so there isn’t a lot of depth to it, making it fluffy fun.  The plot is unique – a college student paying his way by being an online “model” as most people in this industry are called.  Not your typical fare.  The pace is a little choppy, but that could be attributed to the shortness of the book.  The chemistry between the two was where I got left behind.  The entire book is about this peep show, so I was expecting more than I got in terms of combustion between the two men.  That being said, though, the various acts themselves certainly heated up the pages!  
The awkwardness between the two combined with poor Rory having to constantly explain and re-explain himself to make Nathan understand created a good deal of amusement and frustration, and Rory’s patience and willingness to do so made him so very appealing.  We could all aspire to have a significant other with that level of patience and fortitude!  
This is a rather short read that won’t take much time to get through, but will most definitely stick with you – four stars of fun!
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