Kissing Cody Starr - S.J. Frost
~ Review by Caroline

Young Christian runs away from a bigoted home environment with plans of making it big as an actor in Hollywood. He hadn’t planned on being robbed of his meagre money and belongings by a gang of thugs in a homeless shelter. Barely able to walk from hunger and tiredness and at the end of his limits, he is on the way to steal some food from a store when he is mistaken for a prostitute by a man driving by and his fortune and life change forever.

Ross sees the good looking man, really a boy, on the street corner. Instead of picking him up for a trick he takes him home and feeds him, then signs him up to his porn studio, even though he isn’t of the legal age. For the next 5 years Ross helps shoot Christian to fame in the Adult Film Industry as the beautiful Cody Starr.

Cody may have a home, food on the table and everything money can buy but he doesn’t have happiness. He has become more and more disillusioned with his life recently but sees no way out of it. The options for a retired porn star are few and Ross has an emotional hold over him, always managing to talk him out of walking away. Basically he is a cash cow for the unscrupulous man...

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