A collection of six gay erotic stories with mixed themes including alfresco, contemporary, historical (1920s), group sex, sex on holiday and cross-dressing.
Under the Desert Sky by Zee Kensington
Tim has followed his negligent boyfriend out to Nevada’s Flaming Fool Festival, hoping to have a “meaningful experience” at the celebration. Instead, he finds friendship – and a whole lot more – with sexy local boy Randy, who teaches Tim what a real “meaningful experience” is under the desert sky.
Lipstick in the Rain by Michael Bracken
During a routine traffic stop for a busted taillight, a closeted small-town cop finds himself frisking a female impersonator dressed as Courtney Love, and it soon becomes evident that the cop has more in mind that just writing a ticket. What the cop doesn’t know is that the driver he’s pulled over has an ulterior motive for lifting up his dress and bending over.
The Sculpture by Tabitha Raine
The Sculpture is the story of artist, Jason, who is carving a bust of a new client Quentin. Jason can’t help being utterly turned on by his stunning subject and breaks his self imposed rule of fraternising with clients. A steamy studio romp ensues and the finished sculpture turns out a little different than the initial brief…
Soldiers of the Night by Landon Dixon
The Roaring 20s. War on the noir city streets, gangland-style. But as the lead flew and the booze flowed, there was still time for night moves, man-assault of another kind – sexual combat, gang-bang style. America was on the gayest, gaudiest spree in its history, and the soldiers of the night were at the forefront of it all.
Without Words by Josephine Myles
Nick thinks it’s worth the risk of getting his head kicked in to find out if the gorgeous redhead on the building site really is checking him out. Only trouble is, even if he is interested, Nick tends to end up spoiling things with his nervous babbling. This time he’s going to have to keep his mouth shut. It’s either that or he’ll have to find some other way to occupy it…
Honey Do Me by Patrick Myers
When Lon discovers a handsome handyman he didn’t hire repairing the gutters on his house, he turns the mix-up to his advantage and invites Handy Andy back later that day. After a dinner he pretends wasn’t carefully planned and prepared, Lon learns just how handy Andy really is.