Thanks for letting me squeeze in, LadySky. : ) Here's the apartment manager. I'll fill in the Apartment Number if you'll let me know what's available, and I'm happy to make any changes you request.
6' even, 180 lbs., short black hair, emerald-green eyesPersonality:
A brooding, soulful, self-involved, pretentious hunk; also a skilled lover with a jaded palate. Quiet, smoldering, intense; philosophical, abstracted, and bemused. A man of few words, but always willing to offer a helping hand, especially to a woman with any kind of need. Accustomed to the company of exotic ladies the world over, his sexual appetites tend toward the experimental and unconventional. He doesn't always respect his partners as equals, but he makes sure they enjoy his company enough to not mind all that much.Background:
Frank's a gifted artist and photographer who could make a living in commercial art if he was willing to sell his talents that way. A stubborn iconoclast, he earned a full scholarship to CalArts (California Institute of the Arts, one of the top art schools in the country) but threw it away to travel the world instead, carrying nothing but his backpack, his sketchbooks, and his vintage Nikon F 35 mm SLR.
After nearly ten years of globetrotting, he found himself back at his family estate in Beverly Hills, wanting to put some roots down and stay in one place for a while. His father, a top entertainment lawyer, and his mother, a dance instructor, were thrilled to have him back in the country and offered to support him indefinitely, but he considered a pampered life of leisure intolerably dull and self-indulgent. Instead he opted to make use of the handyman skills he'd acquired abroad to support himself: he pulled some strings with a real-estate mogul uncle to get himself the position as apartment manager at Melrose Place.
It wasn't exactly heavy labor, but it was honest work: fixing air conditioners and unclogging drains, a little painting and yard work now and then, although the more involved tasks were usually contracted out to skilled tradespeople. He liked the fact that he got to set his own schedule and make time for his art whenever inspiration struck. He also liked having routine access at all hours to the apartments of unsatisfied housewives and other well-heeled, bored, and libidinous young women.Apartment #:
Tall dark and handsome. Quite dark.