Curves for the Camera: Casting for Curves Part 2 (A BBW Erotic Romance)

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After a meteoric rise to fame, curvy Emily just wants to be alone with handsome director, Patrice Deschamps. However, the producers are reluctant to support their director’s choice for lead actress in their new movie. Now, an intense interview before a camera is all that stands in her way from pursuing her career and her newfound love.


When she doubts her chances of succeeding, the sexy director relieves her anxieties. Pressure and passions arise as the moment of truth arrives. The camera seems like a rifle aimed at the curvaceous beauty by the mysterious executive producer, Ms. Kant.


However, Emily’s self doubts threaten not only her chances but also her relationship with Patrice. Can she win back the director’s heart? Can she conquer her fears and face the camera?


EXPLICIT: This 6000 word story contains mature content that may be inappropriate for some people.


EXCERPT:


“Those guys aren't going to quit,” I whined. I sat down on the couch. “They even went around asking my high school classmates about me. They talked about my sex life and if I acted like a bitch. I feel like a criminal they’re trying to profile. Like it’s a crime for a girl like me to get the part. At least they’ll never think we have a relationship.”


“Forget about them,” he said, joining me on the couch. He leaned his face close to mine. “Think of me.”


He sensed my passion. Yet, I turned my head away. “What did you want to discuss?”


“Business can wait,” he said, his voice growing husky. His lips were so close to mine. “We cannot.”


He pressed his lips against my own. His hand gripped my breast. The other hand grasped the flesh of my large, wide hips. My defenses breached, I matched his vigor with my own. My worries melted away like snow in the winter sun. Only the passion I had for Patrice remained. I kissed back and sampled his bittersweet taste. I felt like a kitten lapping up buttermilk. We would break apart for a second to only attack each other with renewed intensity. The movie and all of its controversies seemed like they existed a lifetime ago.

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