I guess I’m still a bit confused as to what an “exclusive” model is if he shows up on every site but BelAmi Exclusive Brady Jensen is on Naked Sword. And hey… he’s hot enough that we don’t really care either way.
Following the success of their Golden Gate series (that honestly wasn’t really a series so much as a bunch of scenes that had no relation to each other and all opened with a voice-over telling some story straight out of a 14 year-old girl’s Twilight fan-fic), Naked Sword has released a series that actually seems to have an actual story… Stalker.
Brady Jensen is his “following his dreams and moving to San Francisco,” having been presented with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be the face of a new fragrance. For an aspiring model like Brady, it’s a dream come true, not only has he just signed a one-year modeling contract, but his new company is paying for his move, his apartment, and all his moving expenses.
Because that happens with spokesmodels.
As the movers bring in his stuff, it quickly becomes clear that one of the movers — Brian Bonds — has his eye on the up-and-coming model: After sending the other movers home, Brian can’t wait to offer up a housewarming present he isn’t going to soon forget: His asshole. As gifts go… it’s better than a muffin basket, I guess.
Brady finds a hand-written note in one of his moving boxes that leaves him worried. This, coupled with some other suspicious events has Brady wondering if maybe his move to SF isn’t quite as smooth sailing as he had hoped.
This scene ends with an edge-of-your-seat cliffhanger: “Who is the Stalker?“
More importantly, had Brady stopped to think that most people who live in SF don’t… um… well… wear fragrances? OR use stuff to keep you from smelling like you hadn’t had a shower in a while?