The Painter's Muse: The Painting: Book 1 of 5

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Danny is a painter—a struggling one, at that—and like all painters, he has a muse: Mike.
Mike has everything one looks for in a subject; he’s fit, yes, and he’s rather handsome, so that’s a bonus. But much to Danny’s chagrin, Mike also has a kid.
Alas, nobody is perfect.
Danny sketches Mike every chance he gets, as what better way to connect with someone than stalk—focusing on them? Especially if the sketcher is as obsess—fascinated by their subject as much as Danny is.
But like all modern romances, Mike can’t help but notice the strangle little man eyeing him, so he introduces himself. Which surprises Danny, as Mike is not only body-bangingly attractive (more so up close), but he’s also an artist; a sculptor.
Sparks fly, romance ensues, et cetera.
However, this is all too much for Danny, whose heart is rather frenetic and prone to fits of anxiety. So he absconds back home to… take his mind off things. Scratch a very persistent itch? Give himself a head massage—you know what it is.
And then, of course, there’s the painting.
Enter the lives (and minds/bodies) of these two twenty-somethings as they go about their meager Tuesday mornings and maybe, just maybe, hit it off. They might even fall for each other. Who knows? Certainly not them.

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