Oh my…… I love it when an author does some real research for their novel and I guess Lillian Grant is a perfectionist. She had to… gulp… research male strippers…. * fans myself * Lucky Lillian!!!

Love, Lust, and Laptops

Today on the purple crushed velvet couch my special guest is c0-author with Taylor Cole of ‘Take It Off – The Naked Truth About Male Strippers.’

I asked Justin for an author photo and this is what he sent. Now, deep breath ladies.

I believe Justin is the guy in the jeans.

Justin Whitfield has a diverse background, he has graduated from the University of Texas with a Bachelor’s in Economics & Finance. He holds a former title of Mr. All-Natural Southwest U.S.A. and is a fitness model with numerous magazines. Justin is also an entrepreneur; owning his own sports bar in Houston called “The End Zone”. He has worked at male review clubs all over the U.S., in a span of twenty years and he is currently a Caveman model for Ellora’s Cave.

Thank you, Justin,  for graciously agreeing to be our guest on Love, Lust and Laptops.


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