With plenty of varied man-on-man action and stunningly erotic themes these stories will provide a memorable feast of quality fiction that demonstrate, when a man loves a man, anything can happen!
All The Boys by Sommer Marsden
You’re beautiful. I’d like to take your picture...should be the beginning of a bad joke. But it’s not. And when Gil decides to let go and trust Simon to take his picture it’s tougher than he thought. Faced with the camera’s unblinking eye, there’s a whole lot of anger and surprisingly some healing. Simon seems to think he truly is beautiful – scars and all. Garden Variety Michael Bracken
Doug Fowler tends lawns for rich people and hasn’t come out of the tool shed. He thinks the stories his fellow gardeners tell about being seduced by clients are so much compost until the boy toy of one of his rich clients comes on to him. Doug can’t resist the offer and soon finds himself in a torrid relationship that forces him to choose between love and money.
Getting Off Easy by Landon Dixon
Trevor has had a thing for older men, ever since he and his gym teacher turned a one-on-one wrestling session into a hotter, sweatier session in the high school shower room. So, when ‘Big’ Bill Denton pulls him over driving the beater he’s just bought for his 18th birthday, and he sees the 50-year-old cop bulging out that crisp blue uniform right in front of him, he just can’t control himself. This traffic stop is going to be a whole more than routine, for both men.
Satan’s Sauna by Thom Gautier
What happens if you run into your secret “gym crush” on the day of a big review at work? Do you stammer like a nervous 16-year-old on his first date? Or maybe you draw words of wisdom from the handsome devil? If you’re truly lucky, maybe your strapping satanic gym crush takes you under his wing and shows you how to work off anxiety about the workplace in unexpected ways, begging the question, can one rise to an occasion by going down?
Anger by Thomas Fuchs
Using skills passed down from ancient masters Bobby Lo can easily move from being a fiery warrior to an even hotter lover, as a muscle boy named Mitch learns in a night of body contact he’ll never forget.
These stories have also been published in When A Man Love a Man ISBN 9781907761638
Simon stared at me as if seeing past the first layer of Gilbert. I felt like an onion. His dark brown eyes were stripping me layer by layer and the fists in my pockets twisted with nerves. Fuck.
‘The scars will look lovely in black and white,’ he said.
Something dark and hard shifted in my chest and I pushed down the rage. Who the fuck was he to talk about my scars? I swallowed. I would not give in. I would not feel that anger and that grief. This was supposed to be fun.
Beatrice whined and looked at me with drunken hollow eyes. Only a Saint Bernard could have those eyes and look cute. She made a sad noise in her chest like she could read my mind. ‘I’m not worried about it,’ I lied.
‘Will you take your shirt off for me?’ he asked softly. His blush returned. As hot and intense as a summer sunset.
I grinned at that and whipped it off over my head. I let the white T-shirt drop around my busted up boots. Every insecurity I had about my face was balanced by a confidence in my chest. Many gym hours had earned me a chest I didn’t think twice about showing. A shrink would tell me I was making up for one with the other. That’s why I don’t have a shrink.
Simon blinked, blinked, blinked and then he licked his lips. He looked nervous and turned on and awkward and sweet. I smiled at him and he smiled back. ‘Um, yes. Thank you. That’s good.’
He only said good but my cock stirred in my jeans. A subtle pleasure at his soft spoken words of praise. ‘Thanks, man.’