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  • Married in Tierra Del Fuego by Tina Isabel Leung

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    “Married in Tierra del Fuego” is a 43 minutes long romantic read, featuring a male / male relationship, and it ends with an erotic scene.

    Jian’s gay heart breaks after his straight roommate finds a girlfriend. Needing a change, he makes a decision to leave China forever, and move to Argentina. A new life is liberating, but lonely. For this reason, Jian signs up as a listener for people in emotional crisis. One night, a mysterious man named Midnight Sun logs in. He, like Jian, is Chinese, and about to attend an opera performance in Buenos Aires. The two meet by accident. One evening is enough to make them fall for one another. Jian has no illusions it will end in heartbreak, but Midnight Sun makes a surprising move…

  • You Are My Sea by Tina Isabel Leung

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    “You Are My Sea” is a perfect short read for those who crave erotic romance with more meaning.
    The narrator and main character is Arnold; a handsome Icelander in his early thirties. He conquered the demons of ADHD, ditched the addictions he had and now lives in a healthy way. He develops an unexplainable and impractical crush on his coworker Peter: a beautiful young man with Antarctic blue eyes. Peter is introverted, smart, sarcastic and professional. However, when personal problems exceed his ability to cope, he runs away from the workplace, to start a pilgrimage to the sea. He believes that seeing the sea will be able to free him from his pain, but it turns out that the journey is more important than the destination. The two walk through rich and atmospheric landscape, testing their physical strength and sharing secrets that make them most vulnerable.
    Their romance is slow-burn, but, as Arnold says, “the longer the wait, the sweeter the kiss”. The elegantly written and emotion focused erotic scene will surely melt your heart.

  • Unlike Others / Third Sex Syndrome by Valerie Taylor

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    Jo is a rather good worker at a small magazine, but finds her love life in turmoil after ending a relationship with Karen, who used her for kicks and nothing more. She intends to focus on her work . . . until a new girl comes into the office. But Betsy appears to be straight, even dating their boss, Stan. Yet Jo still feels lonely in the midst of all this and goes venturing into the twilight realm she inhabits, while constantly terrified of being found out. She knows all the joints where girls swing her way and soon finds Linda, who seems reliable enough. Despite the powerful attraction they have, Jo longs for Betsy and the world they could have together. As Besty’s relationship with Stan becomes tumultuous, she turns to Jo for help and comfort . . . giving her the perfect opportunity to find out if the girl really is straight.

    Then, Sharon feels trapped in her current situation—seemingly unable to escape an abusive relationship and longing for true passion. Thankfully her friend Kermit takes a load off her by bringing the girl to a swinging party full of wealthy suburbanites. Sharron soons finds out that the wife of the host, Leda, is also enduring some troubles of her own thanks to her husband. A relationship soon forms between the two girls amongst the swingers and they decide it would be best to leave town. Sharon takes Leda to her hometown, where things take a turn for the worst—making the girls question whether they can have a life together, or not.

  • Battle Scars by Helen Blacksmith

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    After Army medic Andrea King loses her girlfriend and son in a car accident she is deployed for a 15 month tour in Afghanistan. Already not in a good frame of mind, she sees things there that will haunt her. When she returns home she becomes both depressed and suicidal as she seeks helps from her local VA. When she is unable to connect with anyone, she begins drinking and engaging in reckless behavior. One night at a bar she meets Michelle Adams, an escort, and decides to accept her offer for 3500 for the night. After spending a passionate but silent night together, Andy makes an appointment for the next week and then the next and the next and soon they are meeting every Wednesday never speaking. But when Michelle witnesses one of Andy’s violent nightmares she realizes the trauma she has endured and how much they really have in common.

  • The Summers We Lost by Helen Blacksmith

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    After the death of her mother, successful physical therapist Tara Jameson returns to her family’s beach house on the Outer Banks that she had not been to since her heart was broken nearly thirty years ago. The cause of that heartbreak was Gwen Patterson. Seen as not worthy of her daughter, Tara’s mother made certain that they wouldn’t be able to continue their friendship or blossoming relationship and chose to rent out the beach house instead of returning there the following summers. Forced to go in different directions, the women moved on with their lives but never forgot the relationship that was abruptly cut short. Reunited after thirty years, the two women immediately pick up where they left off and eventually the sexual tension escalates and explodes. But has too much time passed? Will it only be a summer fling to end what was left unfinished or will they finally be able to build a future together?

  • Don’t Quote Me by Jasper Swain

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    Harry Nast has it all. An apartment in the West Village, a column in a downtown rag, great friends and a slew of lovers. But when one of those lovers calls in the early morning hours and quickly turns up dead, Harry’s life is turned upside down. His apartment is ransacked and his job is suddenly on the line. Soon Harry finds himself trying to solve a mystery far darker than he imagined. Can he keep it all together, or will his own demons get him first? Spanning from New York City to Provincetown, Don’t Quote Me is a story about friendship, gay men and the struggles they face with a healthy dose of romance and sex in the mix. You’ll laugh and you’ll cry. Harry Nast is a character you will not soon forget.

  • The Sebastian Chronicles by TL Travis

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    The Sebastian Chronicles is a series of 5 Erotic Paranormal Short Stories that take you through each century since Sebastian Benoit’s Vampiric inception.

    The novelettes in this series (in order) are:
    Book 1 – Sebastian, the beginning (MF)
    Book 2 – My servant, my lover (MF/MM)
    Book 3 – Wealthy ménage (MF/MM/MFM/Menage)
    Book 4 – Prohibition inhibitions (MF/MM/MFM/MMF/BDSM/Menage)
    Book 5 – The Tryst (MF)

    Throughout the chronicles, we live vicariously by way of our beloved Sebastian’s memories. Via his trials and tribulations, love lost and love found, only to have it disappear yet once again.

    His love knows no boundaries, but will he ever find another whose soul binds with his?

  • The Sebastian Chronicles by TL Travis

    0 out of 5

    The Sebastian Chronicles is a series of 5 Erotic Paranormal Short Stories that take you through each century since Sebastian Benoit’s Vampiric inception.

    The novelettes in this series (in order) are:
    Book 1 – Sebastian, the beginning (MF)
    Book 2 – My servant, my lover (MF/MM)
    Book 3 – Wealthy ménage (MF/MM/MFM/Menage)
    Book 4 – Prohibition inhibitions (MF/MM/MFM/MMF/BDSM/Menage)
    Book 5 – The Tryst (MF)

    Throughout the chronicles, we live vicariously by way of our beloved Sebastian’s memories. Via his trials and tribulations, love lost and love found, only to have it disappear yet once again.

    His love knows no boundaries, but will he ever find another whose soul binds with his?