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Thursday, March 3, 2011

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Only When I Lose Myself  by Michael Mandrake




Blurb: Adrian Vanderguard is the hottest singer in the music business right now and is currently on tour supporting his third album. Now that the long journey is coming to a close, he is visiting his home away from home in New York City to play a string of six exclusive shows at New York's famous Falcon Theatre in front of sellout crowds that include top celebrities.

Adrian is also a loner who is in need of companionship. While on this lengthy trip, he has made up in his mind that he would like to be dating by Valentine's Day of the following year, and he will stop at nothing to accomplish this.

Matthew Gionapolis is the Falcon's environmental engineer. A young, healthy, twenty- something, that takes his work very seriously. Matthew is one person who likes everything to be in place, and really is not into having much contact with people unless he has to.

Not knowing this, Adrian decides that he would like to get Matthew to be his assistant despite the fact that the young gentleman was rather rude to him when he tried to introduce himself. Undeterred, Adrian even goes as far to point out the fact that Matthew must do as his managers say or else it could mean his job. This upsets Matthew but because he would like to be employed, he goes along with Adrian's ploy, and while all this is going on, he develops a soft spot for the kind hearted, gorgeous crooner that may change his mind about wanting to be alone for the duration of his existence.

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6 comments:

Tina Donahue said...

Love the music, Michael - it really fits the story. Luscious guys too. :)

Sarah J. McNeal said...

Any time I see a musician in a story, I am drawn to it. Loved your video, Michael. Where did you find all those man-love photos? I wish you the very best.

Rawiya said...

@Tina...

Thank you. Its of course free music. It spoke to me when I put it up. ;)

Rawiya said...

@Sarah,

Thank you such much. I love musicians in stories too.

It was from a collection of royalty free sites. Some on Google and even FB... ;P

Thank you for the lovely comments as always.

Fiona McGier said...

Intriguing idea, not often thought of, that when you fall in love with someone whose life involves constant touring, that you either go with them, or lose them. Good luck with this one...

Rawiya said...

@Fiona

Thank you. Its an interesting angle. It will have more story in the future. :)

Thx for the comment!