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Catalyst by S.L. Armstrong & K. Piet
After a near-fatal accident, Logan Walker seeks help to control the compulsive blood fetish that almost cost his submissive's life. Help happens to be in the form of an athletic, smart psychologist by the name of Dr. Kasper Bromley. Kasper, though, soon finds himself swept up in the fantasies Logan came to him to control. Reluctantly throwing his ethics to the wind, Kasper submits himself to Logan, gambling his career, his future, and his heart on this intriguing man and the lifestyle he offers. But when Kasper's desires outpace Logan's, the young doctor is swept down into a whirlpool of sex and sadism that even Logan's love may not be enough to rescue him from.
Cruising: Gay Erotic Stories by Shane Allison (Editor)
Hot flings at a seedy truck stop. Homemade glory holes in the stall walls of a dorm shower. Fun and fornication at an infamous park. Steamy bathhouse trysts and other tales of public eroticism is what Cruising is all about. As Shane Allison says, "This is the anthology I have dreamed of doing for years. There’s nothing that gets the adrenaline flowing and the muscle throbbing like public sex." Filled with hot plots and even hotter characters, Cruising doesn't shy away from new erotic territory and includes several true confessions including those of the editor himself. As with all of Allison's sexy compilations, creativity and diversity of story lines are key along with the fun factor that is the hallmark if Allison's anthologies. "One Hot Baby" by Daniel Curzonperson is a wryly sweet short about an aging straight guy who stops to pee in a park and gets an unexpected blow job, which lifts his spirits.
A fierce black queen enjoys some of "New York’s Phynest" in an "arresting" erotic encounter with a hot Domincan cop in Donald Peebles Jr.'s surprise-filled story while the narrator of Rob Rosen's "Small Town Blues" gets horny in the sticks, hits on a young Indian immigrant clerk in the jiffy mart and discovers that the hicks are up for group action anytime and anywhere. Cruising moves at the highest speed and is filled with kink, sex toys, exotic locations, wild scenarios and plenty of sexual intensity.
An Unsettled Range by Andrew Grey
The last thing Liam Southard expects when he flees his abusive father is to be taken in by a couple of gay ranchers. Soon he has a new job and a new perspective on his sexuality, and his life starts to turn around. Then someone pulls a gun on him.
In Troy Gardener’s defense, the gun thing was a mistake. Between his marriage falling apart and living in his uncle's isolated hunting cabin, he's been a little edgy. He wants to make it up to Liam, and once he discovers how much they have in common, he wants even more. But with Liam's father popping in unexpectedly and a mining company threatening the ranch’s water supply, the only guarantee is that life is never going to be boring.
Model Men: Gay Erotic Stories by Neil Plakcy (Editor)
Who hasn’t experienced a pang of lust or longing at a photo of a male model? Whether a hundred times life size on a billboard or romping through the pages of a glossy magazine in his Calvins, Tommys or Ralphs, the male model is the gold standard for masculine beauty. The characters in these stories run the gamut, from the billboard-gracing Aiden in Cynthia Hamilton’s “Big Picture,” to life models in drawing classes, to runway models, to ordinary guys immortalized in a catalog shoot in T. Hitman’s “When Gary Met Larry.” They hook up with artists, photographers, roommates and lovers, in locations from New York to Miami to a beach in Australia, and many places in between.
Kissing Sherlock Holmes by T. D. McKinney & Terry Wylis
'My dear Watson, how does one go about kissing a woman?'... Sherlock Holmes' question leads to a lesson Watson never expected to teach. And feelings he never thought to explore. A single kiss alters Watson's world while the announcement of Holmes' upcoming marriage sets an odd fear in his heart.
Amidst the beauty of an English country party, the greatest detective the world has ever known searches for a traitor. Somewhere among the glittering nobility a sadist lurks, using blackmail to destroy lives and endanger a nation. Only Sherlock Holmes can save an innocent man and bring the traitor to justice. It's a search that could cement the greatest friendship of all time into something far deeper and stronger...if the hunt doesn't end Watson's life first.
Hot Jocks: Gay Erotic Stories by Richard Labonte (Editor)
Who hasn't been hot for a jock, or, for that matter, an entire team? Those sweat-drenched Lotharios induce lust in the heart of all and finally receive their due in Hot Jocks, erotic short stories with an athletic theme.
Trophy-winning master editor Richard Labonte has gathered a collection featuring tales of inter-athlete lust, the skinny nerd's hots for a jock, and about unavoidable links between sports and sex. Wrestlers, quarterbacks, surfers, swimmers,boxers, soccer players, bowlers, divers, and martial artists: abound. We also venture outside the stereotypical jock box: cross-country runners, MMA fighters, badminton players, speed skaters, weightlifters, archers, rowers - even cricket players can be very sexy.
Hot Daddies: Gay Erotic Fiction by Richard Labonte (Editor)
From hunky father figures to dominant leathermen, Hot Daddies collects stories capturing the erotic dynamic between younger and older men, their emotional connections, and the benefits of sexual mentorship. Contributors include storied master of the genre Jack Fritscher, writing about an 18-year-old's sizzling summer camp romp with both a daddy and his boy; Doug Harrison, contemplating the arousing possibility of a boy with two daddies; and Jeff Mann, exploring the dilemma of a young man torn between the comfort of his long-time boyfriend and the excitement of consensual submission. Erotica veterans Mark Wildyr, Gavin Atlas and Dominic Santi as well as younger authors Xan West, Jamie Freeman and Kyle Lukoff all celebrate the erotic charge that age and experience imparts.
Brief Encounters: 60 Hot Gay Shorts by Shane Allison (Editor)
Shane Allison has gathered together, in one volume, what comprise the very best, hottest, most creative short short gay erotica for this collection. These are not the typical one night stand stories but tales that are intriguing, thrilling, unique and always surprising! When the lights go out, a couple decides to create a sex scene of their own in a movie theater in Logan Zachary's "Back Row."In Rob Rosen's "Hot for Teacher," a student will go the distance for an "A" including seducing his studly professor. Erotica veteren, M. Christian wastes no time in getting to the good parts in his raw and raunchy blow by blow tale in "Safe Sex.
Shane Allison is quickly (pun unintended) becoming one of the top writers and anthologists in gay erotica and his anthologies are always fresh, edgy, and bold. These sixty sexy gay quickies may be short in length but are extremely long on pleasure!
Afternoon Pleasures: Erotica for Gay Couples by Shane Allison (Editor)
Shane Allison has put together that rarest of anthologies - bedtime reading for gay couples. Filled with romance, passion, and lots of lust, Afternoon Pleasuresis irresistably erotic yet celebrates the coming together of souls as well as bodies.
I Like to Watch: Gay Erotic Stories by hristopher Pierce (Editor)
The dance between the viewer and the viewed fuels the stories of I Like to Watch, a stunning anthology of gay erotica for voyeurs and exhibitionists. In the words of editor Christopher Pierce, "the possibilities are as varied as the individuals who have watched and performed this ritual since the first Cro-Magnon man accidentally saw two men getting it on and decided to stay and watch the show." Pierce has assembled stellar contributors including Shane Allison, T. Hitman, Jeff Mann, Rob Rosen, and more in this collection devoted to spying, ogling, teasing, flaunting, and showing off for a lover or a stranger.
Every exhibitionist needs a voyeur — and in the intimately charged scenarios of I Like to Watch, the special thrill of getting caught is as much fun as completely shedding one’s inhibitions.
Hard Working Men: Gay Erotic Fiction by Shane Allison (Editor)
Got a big pole that needs planting? Need help getting the heat turned back on? Well, strap on your tool belt and get ready for a rough ride! The hunks of Hard Working Men will do whatever it takes to get the job done. These sweaty studs, brawny bears, and cocksure construction workers go all out to turn on, tune up, and fulfill every work order.
When a man living in wintry seclusion is visited by a cable repairman in Marvin Richmond’s "Service Call," things start to heat up. William Holden sets loins ablaze when a lonely neighbor gets a house call from a couple of horned-up tree trimmers in "Out on a Limb." In the world of Hard Working Men, hats aren't the only things that are hard.
Beautiful Boys: Gay Erotic Stories by Richard Labonte (Editor)
From ruggedly handsome athletes to fresh-faced twentysomethings and ravishing male models, Beautiful Boys is a tribute to the glory of gorgeous gay men. Richard Labonté, master of gay erotica, has gathered sensational erotic stories that explore the undeniable attraction to classic good looks, charisma, and glamour. From sizzling porn bodies, and sultry neighborhood baristas, to sexy boys next door, scorching bathhouse tricks, and sublime Mr. Right Nows, it’s all here.
"A Litany of Desire" tracks author Dan Cullinane's encounters with beauty, and his subsequent desire over the years. Jamie Freeman’s "Bookended by Beauty," is the story of three men: a lovelorn narrator and the beautiful lovers (one older and one much younger) who come into his life and find a permanent place there. David Holly's "The Solipsism of Narcissus" follows a handsome man who learns to marvel at another man's beauty, not just his own. For men looking for those classic, Adonis types, Beautiful Boys is their ticket to fun.
A Sticky End: A Mitch Mitchell Mystery by James Lear
Holmes has his fiddle, Poiroit his liqueurs—and Mitch has his many men. This hilarious, hardcore mystery novel marks the end of the bestselling Mitch Mitchell series.
To absolve Boy, Mitch races around London finding clues while bedding the many men eager to lend a hand—or more. As Mitch says himself, "Holmes has his fiddle, Poirot has his liqueurs—I have cock. We all have our methods." The policemen, working class gigolos, steam room bathers, embezzlers and blackmailers that Mitch comes across create a tasty mystery and satisfying erotic romp.
The Low Road by James Lear
Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped has long been considered a masterpiece of high adventure. In The Low Road, James Lear reinvents this classic as a satirical, queer, coming-of-age story. In 1705 Scotland, young Charles Gordon reaches adulthood ignorant of his family's heroic past in the Jacobite Rebellion.
He sets out to discover the truth about his father, but instead is kidnapped by mercenaries and sold into slavery as the plaything of a group of corrupt military officials. But Charlie’s talents, in and out of bed, win him powerful friends as well as dangerous foes. The false priest, Lebecque, violent Captain Robert, depraved General Wilmott — all contribute to Charlie’s "education." Eventually leading a makeshift army of sex-crazed layabouts, Charlie faces the might of the English forces.
Will he triumph, or is it better to retreat to the safety of his sybaritic lifestyle? James Lear expertly interweaves spies and counterspies, scheming servants and sadistic captains, tavern trysts and prison orgies, into this delightfully erotic work that can take its place alongside his acclaimed novels The Back Passage and Hot Valley.
Got 'Til It's Gone by Larry Duplechan
As funny, warm, and sexy as its protagonist, Got 'til it's Gone is the first novel by Larry Duplechan in fifteen years, and the fourth to feature his alter-ego Johnnie Ray Rousseau, a gay black man of Louisiana Creole stock. When we first met Johnnie Ray in the 1986 novel Blackbird―the first gay black coming-out novel ever published―he was a gay teenager in love with the star of a high school play; now he's forty-eight, still handsome and gym-built but admittedly vain and looking down the short road to fifty with some chagrin.
In the midst of a midlife crisis, he falls for a much younger man with some serious Daddy issues; throughout it all, Johnnie Ray tries to look at love (and his life) from both sides now (to borrow a phrase from his idol, Joni Mitchell). Got 'til it's Gone is a queer romantic comedy for the twenty-first century.
"Duplechan balances steamy sex scenes with family tragedy, relationship drama and a protagonist whose self-effacing inner thoughts are laugh-out-loud funny. Complete with natural dialogue, warm relationships and impeccable comic timing, Got 'til It's Gone is the work of a genuinely gifted storyteller." —Xtra! West
Author Larry Duplechan was honoured in New York at the 2009 LAMBDA Literary Awards. Larry's novel Got 'til it's Gone took the prize for Best Gay Romance. Congratulations, Larry!
Biker Boys: Gay Erotic Stories by Christopher Pierce (Editor)
A long, hard ride from start to finish, Biker Boys features easy riders, stuntmen studs, and men who aren't just wearing chaps because they look good. The term “biker” describes a specific archetype in our culture: “real” men — rebels, outlaws, and sometimes criminals. The racy stories of Biker Boys evoke the passion these masculine men have for their cycles and each other.
Shane Allison's "Biker Dude" thrills with the tale of a hungry young man on the prowl who meets the leather daddy of his dreams. A hot new neighbor gets taken for a spin in T. Hitman's "Ziggy." During a rough and tumble three-way at a bike rally, a first-timer learns the ropes in "Sturgis Bang," by Logan Zachary. These sensational stories by the masters of the genre are filled with sex, speed, danger, and lived-in leather.
Divas Las Vegas by Rob Rosen
What happens when you find out that Grandma's vase mistakenly sold at a yard sale is worth tens of thousands of dollars—and somebody else is about to cash in on it on Antiques Roadshow? Of course, you hop on a plane with your best friend and race off to Las Vegas to get Grandma's vase back!
Filled with action and suspense, hunky blackjack dealers, divine drag queens, strange sex, and sex in strange places, plus a Federal agent or two, Divas Las Vegas puts the sin in Sin City. A fun, new take on the murder mystery genre, Rob Rosen's Divas Las Vegas is a hilarious, touching, and compulsively readable page turner!
I Like It Like That: True Stories of Gay Male Desire by Lawrence Schimel & Richard Labonte (Editors)
From the editors of the Lambda Award-winning First Person Queer come these intelligent, sexy, true-life tales of gay men's desire. The stories push at the parameters of queer erotic life, featuring contributors both novice and well-known; subject matter ranges from single, significant encounters to the ephemera of emotional desires that never lead to physical pleasure. Throughout, the book deals with the essential erotics of queer male life, to be used as a launching point for exploring the queer male condition: essays that delve into the diverse manifestations of desire between and among men.
I Like It Like That features smart, savvy writing about desire and sex. Unlike mainstream porn imagery that by default dominates our cultural (and therefore personal) references, contributors reach into the far reaches of memory to tell true tales about personal erotic space.
Hot but smart, passionate yet reflective, the collection presents work by both new and seasoned writers, delving deep into their erotic memories to tell true stories of sex and desire. —Xtra!
Riddle of the Sands by Geoffrey Knight
Indiana Jones meets James Lear in this rollicking mix of high adventure and queer erotica
The clock is ticking! Blackmailed by Jake's nemesis - the vengeful Pierre Perron - Professor Fathom's team of five horny gay adventurers is sent on a seemingly impossible mission to uncover the legendary Riddle of the Sands in order to save one of their own from a rare and deadly poison. But what is the Riddle of the Sands? Where are the long-lost clues and hidden maps that can lead to its whereabouts? Is it a myth, a mirage, or the greatest engineering feat in the history of ancient Egypt?
From the icy plains of Siberia to the shadowy bathhouses of Cairo, from the scorching valley of the Nile to the heart of the Amazon jungle, readers join these hunks — treasure-hunter Jake, Brazilian biologist Eden, Texas cowboy Shane, art expert Luca, and quarterback Will — in a search that blends nonstop action and high-octane sex!
Once Upon a Veterinarian by Drew Zachary
Ben has a good life. Partner in a thriving veterinarian clinic with his best friend Stacey, he has a great dog, a favorite Chinese take-out place and a great DVD collection. The only thing he doesn't have is a special someone to share his life with. When Ben has a number of poisoned animals come through his clinic, he call in the police, suspecting that these aren't random tragedies, but deliberate killings. Enter Constable Tim Geary. Dog and cat poisonings are fairly low on the priority list, but Tim decides to look into them.
The attraction between Tim and Ben is immediate and soon Chinese food and more is on the menu. Life has a way of trying to keep the boys apart, though. Can they find a way to overcome their busy lives and be together?
Surfer Boys: Gay Erotic Stories by Neil Plakcy (Editor)
Is it any wonder that surfers fuel sexual fantasies the world over? All that exposed, sun-kissed skin, those broad shoulders and yearning for adventure make a stud on a surfboard irresistible. Editor Neil Plakcy takes us on a journey into a breezy, tropical world where surf, sand, and sex come alive.
T. Hitman brings new meaning to "beach party" with an oceanside orgy in "Hang Ten." Gavin Atlas's "Blue Star Boy" tells the sexy adventure of an endowed Adonis with a well-placed tattoo. And Jay Starre's randy "Santa Barbara Surf Punk" celebrates the young and hung. Surf's up—and these stories will do the same for you!
Boy Crazy: Coming Out Erotica by Richard Labonte (Editor)
An explicit collection of young adult erotica, Boy Crazy explores in heady detail the “first time:” the first time feeling lustful toward another boy, the first time falling into bed with a peer, the first time discovering love with another young man. This youthful collection relishes the thrill of being crazy for a certain boy, for a moment or for a lifetime. In Jere M. Fishback’s “A Beautiful Motorcycle,” a young man shares a hotel room with his sister’s boyfriend and experiences a whole new kind of room service. Guitar lessons give way to instructions of a more amorous variety in L.A. Field’s “Summertime Blues.” Mesmerized by two hot young bikers, Warden finds himself taking a ride on the wild side in Jeffrey Rounds’ “This Is Not Your Country.”
Butt Book by Wolfgang Tillmans, Et al
Putting the sex back into homosexuality: The best of BUTT magazine so far
"BUTT has single-handedly pioneered the notion of a smart, literate gay magazine yet also manages to be very dirty," notes filmmaker Bruce LaBruce in his foreword. "BUTT matters. BUTT fills a hole."
Call Me by Your Name by André Aciman
Each summer, teenage Elio clears out of his bedroom to make space for a visiting scholar. The system works well, since Elio only needs to cross paths with the visitor at meals. This year, however, the scholar is a young American, Oliver. As Elio's mother says, Oliver looks like a "muvi star:" his charm, easy manners, and wit make a place for him in the mansion, the village, and even Rome. But the greatest effect Oliver has is on Elio himself. As summer works its way to autumn, the mutual attraction sparks and flames. The lessons learned from Elio's first love/lover resound through his whole life. The book is SO GOOD! I think it will appeal to everyone, not only gays. —Elaine Ginman
"Superb . . . this extraordinary first novel [ should be ] within the canon of great romantic love stories for everyone." —The Washington Post, March 22, 2007
The Secret Tunnel by James Lear
Mitch Mitchell is back! All aboard the Flying Scotsman as the horny hero of The Back Passage tackles a new case that mixes murder, mystery and mansex.
The Flying Scotsman, one of the world's legendary train journeys, has many attractions for Edward "Mitch" Mitchell, from the obliging porter to the mean guard to a troop of rough-and-ready soldiers in easily lifted kilts in the third-class carriage. But Mitch may not have time for them all before they arrive in London. When the train gets stuck in a tunnel, a dead body is found in the first-class toilet! Every-ready Mitch decides to intervene and solve the crime.
With his new Belgian sidekick Benoit, he pursues the killer through a crazy kaleidoscope of movie stars, drug dealers, royal scandals, and queens of every description. Can he finger the villain before the villain fingers him? What is the connection between Buckingham Palace and a bunch of backstreet pornographers? And what is the mystery of the secret tunnel? Mitch intends to go all the way to figure it all out.
"A wickedly brisk blend of sexual romps and intricate sleuthing. Cliche-free erotica is a treasure: an intelligent mystery is a pleasure. Finding both between the covers of the same book is elegantly orgasmic." —Richard Labonte, Q Syndicate
The Palace of Varieties by James Lear
Paul Lemoyne is a callow but resourceful 18-year-old who leaves the hinterlands for the big city. A steamy tearoom tryst initiates him into London's gay underground and lands him a job at the seedy Palace of Varieties, where the nonstop backstage blow jobs make the tacky onstage acts seem tame. "As hairy as a donkey and hung like one as well!" as one of his astonished bedmates notes, the indomitable Paul rises quickly from stagehand doing every man in sight to well-heeled rent boy, reluctant thief, and friend with benefits. He can't pass a salon, studio, back alley, or bathhouse without sampling its erotic possibilities. But when he falls into the clutches of butch, sadistic impresario Albert Abbott, even Paul's country-boy mettle may not help him.
James Lear was named 2008 Erotic Awards "Writer of the Year" for his novel The Palace of Varieties at the Erotic Awards in London. James Lear's distinctive mix of page-turning prose, droll humor, explicit sex, and memorable cast of sex-crazed studs of all ages, shapes, and inclinations make this an exciting companion to The Back Passage and Hot Valley.
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