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Best Gay Erotica (Best Gay Erotica)by Richard Labonte
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Rough Riders, Brick Muscles and Men on the Make
"Kick back with this book and the personal lubricant of your choice," suggests guest judge Larry Duplechan. Best Gay Erotica 2012 captures the tension and raw energy of man-on-man desire in this collection of the hottest, freshest and most literary erotic fiction of the year. "The Robin Club," by David Holly, is a comically sweet story of a group of young men who regularly meet for a clubhouse gang bang. In Jace Barton's "Training Tyler," a straight jock learns about power bottoming when he and his gay roommate share more than just the rent and utilities. A penniless but prodigiously gifted young man steps off a Greyhound and finds himself embraced as a hot San Francisco stud in David May's "Commerce: A Not Very Cautionary Tale." Editor Richard Labonté shares his tricks of the trade in this outstanding volume of craftsmanship and cockmanship.
With contributed stories by David May, Anthony McDonald, Jace Barton, Simon Sheppard, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Jamie Freeman, David Holly, Eric K. Anderson, Shaun Levin, Roscoe Hudson, Tony Pike, Rafaelito V. Sy, Dirk Vanden, Dale Lazarov, and Kardyman.
Called "consistently outstanding" by the Lambda Book Review and cited for "glorious approaches to gay male sexual writing, " by the Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review, Richard Labonte's Best Gay Erotica series sets and raises the bar in the 2012 volume. Gathering the hottest, freshest, and most literary fiction for the year, Best Gay Erotica 2012 captures the tenderness and raw energy of man-on-man desire. From the innocent but oh-so-beautiful boy next door to the "seen it all" gritty street hustler, these provocative and potent short stories will grab your attention and your erotic imagination.
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