Misadventures in Stock Photography: Part the 106th (The Return of ITSFMSG)



Congrats to Giselle, who won The Decisions We Make by RJ Scott!

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Congrats to Helena, who won Cinder (A CinderFella Story) by Marie Sexton!Β Cinder was released by Silver Publishing on February 4.



Welcome to another edition of the Misadventures in Stock Photography! Today we’ll be catching up with I’m Too Sexy For My Shirt Guy (ITSFMSG).

to get that

was

example how he couldn’t resist

– the

of the situations he got himself into was legendary! Who can forget that time he insisted on

with

? Or that time he was wearing

and

in the

of

? Or that time he indulged in the

of the

, even after they told him, “

!”?

Really, you don’t remember all that?! I’m surprised. πŸ˜‰


“Is it safe to look yet?” -Mayhem

18 thoughts on “Misadventures in Stock Photography: Part the 106th (The Return of ITSFMSG)”

  1. Gah. Rebel Nurse? That sounds hilariously bad (especially with the cover with the Daddy name tag).

    Also, what is up with the tattooed arm fading into red in Fever. It took me a bit to realize that they hadn’t cut off his arm as part of their photoshopping.
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  2. All romance heroes are too sexy for their shirts. In fact, their shirts literally spring from their bodies when they try to get dressed. I’ve heard these dudes have to use double-sided tape to keep their clothing in place.

    Seriously.

  3. OMG! The horns on the Demon Waiter cover…hahaha!!! The story was….interesting. May – I don’t think it’s safe to look yet. Maybe soon.

  4. Aaaacccck! Earworm! Quick, let me turn on some different music to get that song out of my head.

    Once again I bow to your discerning eye.

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