Posts labeled Erotica

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Review - Men in the Hot Room by Cameron D. James

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This collection of connected short stories mainly focuses on a developing relationship between yoga instructor Brad and one of his students Simon. In a series of encounters, Simon seduces the older man, although it doesn’t take much convincing to make Brad fall for him. Additional stories start off a series of encounters with the go-go boys of Club 21, another set of stories featuring a different cast of characters. The “hot room” stories comprise about two-thirds of the book.

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Review - Thiago by Romeo Preminger

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Nate is a high flier in an international financial services company. He’s busy socking enough money away to retire at 35, and doesn’t have time for a social life. Work, the gym and doing his own laundry occupy his time, and Grindr fulfills the occasional sexual urge. Nate is working alone late one night when the hot new night-time security guard Thiago stops by to check on him. Brazilian Thiago pushes all of Nate’s buttons and before he can think about it, the two are having sex on his desk.

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Review - Fountain of Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Note: If you haven’t read the previous books in this series, then kindly beware this review may contain spoilers. Daniel may be the newly discovered prince of the Cubi in North America, but the kingdom he will inherit is in serious danger. The human military has attacked the refuge where many cubi lived, the cubi have dispersed to safe houses around the U.S. and as our story opens Daniel is still “hiding out” at his mother’s house, along with his advisers and lovers Caledon and Seldon, and a host of others.

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Review - Rising Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Note: This is the third book in the Cubi series. These stories follow closely on each other, so if you haven’t read the first two books, you won’t have any idea what’s going on. As this third installment of the Cubi series opens, Daniel is still trying to wrap his head around the latest revelation to turn his life upside down. Not only is he becoming an incubus, he is destined to become the king of the North American cubi.

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Review - Sorting Out by Silvia Violet

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Mason, Gray and Jack are making a three-way relationship work, but things can’t stay the same forever. Gray wants to go after a promotion to detective, which means he wouldn’t be Jack’s partner anymore. It would also mean they could be open about their relationship with each other, as well as Mason, but Jack isn’t sure he’s ready to be out at work. He’s not too sure he even wants to continue being a police officer.

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Review - Claimed Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Kindly note: It’s impossible to review this second book in The Cubi series without revealing how the first volume, Untouchable Beauty ends. If you haven’t read the first book, and hate spoilers, I suggest you skip this review. This sequel to “Untouchable Beauty” picks up just moments after the first book ends, with Daniel accidentally dosed by his master Seldon and discovered to be a changeling, a human that has the genetic make-up to be converted to a incubus.

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Review - Fitting In by Silvia Violet

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Mason is tending bar when two police offers come to investigate several robberies in the neighborhood of the pub. Jack and Gray are both stunning in Mason’s eyes, and their appearance is enough to fuel several fantasies. The cops return several times over the next few weeks, but Mason is too afraid to do any more than stare at them when he thinks they’re not looking. Finally Gray and Jack make a move and eventually get Mason back to the house they share, where the sex is even more mind blowing that Mason’s fantasies.

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Review - Untouchable Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Daniel is a beautiful high school senior. His parents expect him to go to college and study business, but Daniel thinks he can have a successful career as a model or actor. He’s had some success as a model, but not much as an actor. With typical youthful enthusiasm, he doesn’t take his setbacks as any sign of a lack of talent, and believes that he can get by on his looks.

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Review - Acquainted with the Night by Tymber Dalton

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A few centuries in the future, humans are at war with an alien race called the Algonquans. The government passes strict laws about who can marry and who can breed, and of course conscripts poor young men to fight their war. Dale is one such young man. One moment, he’s a lowly technician on the flight deck of a Terran spaceship, and the next thing he knows he is in the hold of an Algonquan ship where has been taken prisoner.

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Review - Just Call Me Kris

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It’s a bittersweet Christmas Eve for Mike and Karl. The two lovers and newly graduated physicians have landed plum internships at New York’s Bellevue Hospital, but that means spending the holiday away from their many friends back in New Orleans and missing the annual get-together on Christmas Eve. The two are about to console each other with a night of sex when there’s a knock at the door, which turns out to be a man dressed as Santa Claus.