A collection of five erotic gay stories with mixed themes including menage, BDSM, voyeurism, sex in public and interracial from Xcite Books winners of ETO's Best Erotic Book Brand and Jade's Best Erotic Fiction Publisher 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
A collection of five erotic gay stories with mixed themes from one of erotica's best known writers Landon Dixon. Stories include menage, BDSM, voyeurism, sex in public and interracial themes.
He was still upset with himself half an hour after the game. He'd missed the tying goal with three seconds left. But his team-mate, Octavio, knew the score, the big, rugged, raven-haired, copper-skinned guy offering up a post-match pep session that turned losing into winning, gloomy into gaiety. Game on!
Bryan Frinkle loves comic books, graphic novels, and all things Yaoi. But most and best of all, he loves pulps, the rough paper fiction magazines that dominated newsstands in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. His favourites are the hero pulps, whose rugged, wily, earth-shaking, heartbreaking leading men often find their way straight into young Bryan's very active fantasies. And when he ventures forth to the pulp magazine and paperback book convention, he meets a couple of young men who share his passion - and passions. Even the garish pulps never dished out thrills so lurid!
Men of the Open Road
The road he walked, he didn't walk alone. With his thumb out, dressed in a tight white T-shirt and pair of blue jeans that showed off his smooth, young, sun-bronzed body, he kept getting picked up by older men. And taken for rides. It was the most satisfying form of travel he knew.
Mark wasn't exactly overjoyed when his parents suggested he spend the summer on his uncle's farm. The only consolation was that his cousin two times removed, Jake, was going to be there, and they were both around the same age. Maybe they'd have some good times. And maybe, just maybe, Mark would experience the longest, hottest summer on record.
Blue vs Brown
The streets were where their war was waged, individual battles won and lost on their routes. The FedEx guy in his blue uniform, Ron. The UPS guy in his brown uniform, Don. Every now and then, though, their fire would turn downright friendly, the two hardened road warriors abandoning the uniforms that made them mortal business enemies to engage in a sizzling private truce.