Beneath Me

Beneath Me Part of the First Time For Everything Daily Dose collectionProduction Super Mark Hicks just wants to get through each day with zero safety violations But the newspaper s lead pressman Ben Moody

  • Title: Beneath Me
  • Author: Bryl R. Tyne
  • ISBN: 9781613720189
  • Page: 454
  • Format: ebook
  • Part of the First Time For Everything Daily Dose 2011 collectionProduction Super Mark Hicks just wants to get through each day with zero safety violations But the newspaper s lead pressman, Ben Moody, wants to get through the day without taking orders from Mark Stubborn, broad chested, and respected by his men, Ben is in demand and always in control and that s what irksPart of the First Time For Everything Daily Dose 2011 collectionProduction Super Mark Hicks just wants to get through each day with zero safety violations But the newspaper s lead pressman, Ben Moody, wants to get through the day without taking orders from Mark Stubborn, broad chested, and respected by his men, Ben is in demand and always in control and that s what irks Mark about the arrogant, blue collar Ben Not that Mark can t stop dreaming of spending his nights beneath that hard muscled body, completely at Ben s mercy.

    One thought on “Beneath Me”

    1. I liked the almost hidden sense of humor, the palpable tension between Ben and Mark as they slowly dance round each other before the final approach, and the details of their world that peek through.Mark is a standoffish character who likes to keep himself apart form everyone 'beneath him'. He thinks he is now better than everyone else, just because he has advanced from pressman to manager. I didn't like that about him at all, but it made him very realistic. The way he treats Ben is pretty awful. [...]

    2. It's hard for me to tell if I liked this one or not. For one, I didn't really like Mark. He was a hoity-toity kind of guy that would never 'go out with anyone beneath his status'. Even though he used to be one of those blue-collar kind of guys before he became a white-collar one. It got on my nerves.But then again, this was a short, entertaining little story. I did like the fact Ben put Mark in his place and made Mark get all confused and agitated about being attracted to someone 'beneath him'. [...]

    3. This started out a bit slow for my taste, but when it heated up, it more than made up for it. I loved the chemistry between the two men, and the fact that the pretentious one out of the pair was constantly thrown for a loop by the cleverness and intuitive talent that was so evident within the mind of the "blue collar" workera type which he looked down upon. When the snob finally got over himself, he was able to concede that the other man held all the cards, and much to his surprise, he loved eve [...]

    4. The story pops right into Mark’s first day on the job, when he sees Ben breaking some safety rules by climbing on the equipment, but everyone more or less tells him to relax, that Ben knows what he’s doing. And much to Mark’s annoyance he does. Yes, he finds the man attractive, but he doesn’t date blue-collar men (Mark’s job as boss marks him as white-collar in his eyes). Although they spend much time ignoring each other, eventually they start chatting and Mark gets sucked into Ben’s [...]

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