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Doesn't scare easily
Join Date: Aug 2010
Title: Make Mine to Go
Author: Dilo Keith
Publication Date: November 2, 2012
Publisher: Breathless Press
One key to the success of Justin and Toby's marriage is plenty of sexual variety, sometimes with other men they meet at the local BDSM club. While Toby assumes the submissive role in their power exchanges, it's more often Justin who generously caters to Toby's erotic appetites. Toby's interest in flirting with a salesman should be trivial in comparison to his other desires. Instead, it sends both men down uncomfortable paths.
Toby manages to assure Justin that it was harmless fun, or so it seems at first. More troubling than Justin being unconvinced is that Toby doesn't entirely believe his own story. When Toby finally figures out he wants something only another man can give him, he knows it won't be easy to tell Justin. More importantly, is realizing a fantasy-- even an exceptionally compelling one -- worth the risk?
Buy from publisher: http://www.breathlesspress.com/index...roducts_id=360
It's also available on Amazon.com and elsewhere, but authors earn more from publisher sales.
Thumbnail of cover - coming soon (it's my avatar now)
“Coming of Age” in Say Please: Lesbian BDSM
“Now You Know” in Ad-Dick-tion, Vol 2 (M/M)
Make Mine to Go, my M/M novelette
“A Port in the Storm” -- forthcoming in Best Gay Erotica 2014
Visit my website for details - Adults Only
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