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Show-Offs: Gay Erotic Stories by Richard Labonté (Ed)
Some men like to watch, and some men like to be watched. Some men are real Show Offs.The universe has a way of balancing things out, doesn’t it? We’re not talking sidewalk cruising here, that natural inclination for one man to appreciate another man’s body in passing, perhaps leading to full-on sex, perhaps fueling, once he’s alone, a climactic fantasy. No, the stories in this collection are more furtive: the desired body savored voyeuristically through a window, through a crack in the closet door, through a camera lens, sometimes from right across the room; the body desired flaunting manly wares while bathing in a river, playing in a bathhouse, wearing a leaving-nothing-to-the-imagination thong.
Forget “like”: some men need to be watched; some men need to watch. These are their stories.
Beach Bums: Gay Erotic Fiction by Neil Plakcy (Ed)
There’s something so sexy about a beach—and the men who hang around it. Whether it’s on the ocean, a lake, or a New Zealand river, beaches mean water and sunshine and handsome guys showing off what God or genetics gave them. Pick any beach around the world, and you’re bound to find excellent eye candy. These gorgeous guys are the stuff of gay fantasy—from sleek swimmers to muscular surfers and boarders to sun-worshipping naturists. Their skins are toned golden brown, and their bodies shimmer with droplets of water.
The stories in this collection showcase those Beach Bums. From a Massachusetts winter to a hot Oregon summer, tropical St. Maarten to Venice’s Muscle Beach, sweethearts and strangers meet for love, seduction and sex to the accompaniment of the crashing surf. A hog ridin' horn dog heads for San Francisco's Ocean Beach looking for action in Rob Rosen's "Rules is Rules' while a water polo champ turned lifeguard has everyone jumping in his pool in Dominic Santi's "Mix and Match," A sexy silver-haired surfer intrigues and attracts in the fun "February Fantasy." Younger guys, older guys, beach volleyball players and bodybuilders—they’re all hot and they’re all here. Here’s hoping they inspire your own beach dreams!
Steambath: Sweaty Gay Erotica by Shane Allison (Ed)
Steamy encounters in the bathhouse have been the stuff of erotic legend for centuries, just ask Spartacus! Shane Allison turns the stereotype on its ear in Steambath, a rollicking romp of pretty boys and dashing daddies doing it. From fresh faced twinks to to silver foxes and beautiful bears, Shane delivers sensational stories where every man is naked all the time!
A towel-snapping good read filled with sizzling porn bodies, sexy boys next door, and tastalizing tricks that fully capture the erotic dynamic of between men. Rob Rosen turns up the heat once again in his new tale, "The Key." A young detective sets out to investigate the disappearance of a young twink, but finds more than what he ever thought imaginable in Logan Zachary's "Incubus Steam." A tattooed bad boy gets taught a "hard" lesson in Eric Del Carlo's "Steam Punk." A mind is not the only thing that gets blown in Rafaelito V. Sy's "Raf's Journey." Things get hot and heavy when a college professor and one of his horny students stumble upon a European steam bath in Jarrett Neal's "The Chaperones." And who knew that sex between two randy rangers could sizzle so well in Matt Jones', "Ranger Rob?" You will get lost in lust in R.W. Clinger's "Steamopolis." Freak-nastiness is at its best in Heidi Champa's, "Showtime." There's sex in the air if not a turned up ass in Thom Wolf's, "The Changing Man." C.C. Williams will make you quiver in his tasty new creation, "What I Am For." Michael Bracken will have you begging for more when you find out what happens in "Relationships." I can never get enough of gay porn veteran Landon Dixon and his story "Saunsational" is no exception. Newcomer T.R. Verten heats things up "Across the Bay." It's sex nostalgia at its best in Jimi Goninan's, "Meanwhile.in the Sauna." Dudes get nasty in Gregory L. Norris's, "The Gay Dude." Find out what's up "Arnie's Ass" in Troy Storm's new one. Shane Allison is a rising gay erotica star and proves it with Steambath.
The Hardest Thing: A Dan Stagg Mystery by James Lear
Dan Stagg is an ex-military man who fell foul of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Dan is in his late 30s, tall, and muscular. He had a successful career with the US Marines and rose to the rank of Major, with active service in the first Gulf War, Kosovo and Afghanistan. Since 2009 he’s been back in civilian life, and is finding it very hard to adjust. Like Jack Reacher, Lee Child's protagonist, Dan is prone to violence, always upholding what he views as justice. He has few personal ties, nearly no belongings, tries to live under the radar.
Wyatt: Doc Holliday's Account of an Intimate Friendship by Dale Chase
Doc Holliday's Account of an Intimate Friendship (Bold Strokes Books, 2012) is billed as an erotic novel rather than a romance, but readers will find this fascinating historical Western by m/m writer Dale Chase amply satisfies both needs. I have classified the book as a folk tale simply because the story has become larger than life thanks to its silver screen versions. I dare say Chase's treatment is much more historically rigorous than those, even with her intriguing assertion of a romantic relationship between Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. One wonders where that relationship falls in the author's disclaimer that she has "adhered to historical accuracy where it suits the story and loosened the reins where it does not."
Chase opens with the image of death as "le petit mortis"—
—and death haunts the story throughout as we know from page one that Doc is dying of tuberculosis. Yet the story moves too fast to ever be morbid. There is plenty of the type of action that will leave lovers of Westerns drooling. Chase's language is blunt and unsentimental and the couplings between the sexually adventurous Doc and the upright and married Marshal Earp have the stark urgency of men who need to shoot first and ask questions later. Doc's persistent cough adds a tragic poignancy to their relationship, but Chase works by understatement and she packs more pathos into a four line epilogue than some writers do in entire novels.
It's hard to believe that this confident and entertaining book is Chase's debut novel. I will be looking for more by Chase at www.dalechasestrokes.com. —Dick Smart, Lambda Literary
Freedom by Jay Kirkpatrick
In a future earth, Patrick Harvey, newly promoted Class One Empath, dreams of the independence his position brings and the apartment he's saving for. His first solo assignment is treating John Doe 439, a man found outside the city, battered, traumatized, and apparently mute.
Despite a strong taboo against Empaths forging romantic relationships, Patrick realizes he feels a strong attraction to his patient. Soon he learns the man is a high-level Psychic Talent named Jac. Then Jac reveals that there are abusive people hunting him for his gifts, and Patrick's uncomplicated world explodes.
Jac needs to meet up with his companions and flee the city before anyone else can find him-but it may be too late. Word of Jac's talents has leaked to Central Government in Chicago. If Jac wants to retain his freedom, he needs to run-now. And if Patrick wants to explore a relationship his society tells him he can't have, he'll have to exchange the safe fetters of his job for the uncertainty of liberty.
A Volatile Range by Andrew Grey
Since mustering out of the Marines, Gordon Fisher has been off the grid and out of money, so when a group of ecoterrorists promises him big bucks to set some mistreated animals free, Gordon agrees. Unfortunately, the animals are Wally Schumacher’s large cats, and one of them decides to take a chunk out of Gordon.
Best Gay Romance 2013 by Richard Labonté (Ed)
Best Gay Romance 2013 has both heat and sweet. These stories of meet-cutes, first times and long time loves are tales well told with relatable characters you root for from beginning to end. Cream-of-the-crop editor Richard Labonté gathers the very best in gay romance each year for a collection that runs the gamut from hearts and flowers to down and dirty. In Best Gay Romance, the chocolate you may give to your lover will likely be used in many other creative ways! What Labonté does best is represent gay men of every age and every walk of life experiencing every kind of love. These heady, head-over-heels, heart-pounding stories of gay romance make for inspiring bedtime reading!
Tricks of the Trade: Magical Gay Erotica by Jerry L. Wheeler
Magicians are undeniably sexy—strong, sensuous, masterful, and magical. Who wouldn’t want to succumb to one? Be levitated? Be sawed in half?
Bent by Sean Michael
Marcus knows Jim is his minutes after meeting the snarly, jumpy ex-professor at the local bookstore. He thinks Jim is a natural submissive, someone who needs order and discipline in his life to help with Jim's anxiety and bad health habits. So Marcus decides to pursue Jim relentlessly, because even if Jim's mouth is saying no, his body is saying yes.
There's a lot more to Jim than meets the eye, and Marcus will have to be careful. Jim knows what it means to lose everything, knows what it's like to be without friends or family. Jim feels broken, and knowing that he likes the kinds of weird things Marcus wants to do to him only makes him scared that he's losing his mind.
Their chemistry is so real, so genuine, that Jim lets Marcus wear him down, lets Marcus take control. Eventually, his trust grows, allowing them to enter into the BDSM lifestyle together, learning about each other every day, with every scene. Jim is still uncertain sometimes, though, and he thinks Marcus might just want him because he's cracked. Can this top and bottom pair find a way to understand their wants and needs, and make a life that works for them alone?
Paperboy by Geoffrey Knight
Welcome to Perfection, California. The year is 1961. The picket fences are white, the lawns are green, and the sprinklers are shiny and new. But they’re not the only things spurting high into the summer air.
Because behind every closed door in Perfection, there’s a perfect ass, including that of Clark, Perfection’s 18-year-old paperboy, who on his last day in town before leaving on a Greyhound bus for Harvard, delivers more than just the news...
Sexy Sailors: Gay Erotic Stories by Neil Plakcy (Ed)
Seamen: from mariners on huge yachts to competitive sailors in races like the America’s cup to recreational boaters, the combination of men and water is irresistible. Whether they’re wearing Speedos or slickers and handling megayachts or windsurfers, these guys can set sail right to our heart.
Neil Plakcy, the editor of Hard Hats, Surfer Boys, Skater Boys, The Handsome Prince and Model Men sailed the high seas and gazed through many a porthole looking for stories of navy men, yachtsmen, and even a pirate or two and the fun they get up to, on land and on sea. These naughty and nautical guys will turn you on with their large masts, from fresh-faced tan youths to the rich yachtie with silver flecks in his hair. Imagine watching those muscles work as they grind winches to set and control sails, steer from the helm, or tack a sailboard.
Straight Guys: Gay Erotic Fantasies by Shane Allison (Ed)
GAYBIE award-winning editor Shane Allison has cooked up some hot plots and even hotter action in his bold new book where boundaries blur. Gorgeous guys who can get any woman (or guys) they want and know their power. Allison has curated a heady mix of fiction and true life stories about the sex lives of straight guys when nothing is what it seems, when it’s never just black or white.
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