The Cellar

Adult Erotica
Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
A young gay man frequents a bathhouse called "The Cellar" for his favorite sexual experience. But how will he react when offered a real relationship?
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica
  • Erotica themes: None
  • Words: 4,150
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301997138
Tags: gay sex bathhouse
About Lucian Carter

Lucian Carter is a bisexual male living in Toronto, Ontario. He enjoys writing both erotica and non-erotica. Formerly a market research professional he has been writing short scripts for years and is now looking to share his writing with the world. He is also a proud mental illness survivor.

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Gibson DelGiudice reviewed on Oct. 2, 2012

This story (which was known to me as "Cream" before publication) brings uncomfortable melancholy memories to the surface. I'm out and proud, but that doesn't always mean finding a successful relationship. Sometimes unique circumstances separate a person from that ability. For the unnamed socially awkward schmo who prefers anonymous hook-ups to the kind that involve commitment, this is the case. I've been there many a time, cruising, just looking to get my rocks off, that Lambda Legal "Little Black Book" hanging out of my back pocket, the tasteful Helvetica twelve point on page one shrieking, "IF YOU CRUISE IN PARKS, BATHROOMS OR OTHER SPACES OPEN TO PUBLIC VIEW, BE AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS AND KNOW YOUR RIGHTS." I apologize for dwelling on my personal experience, but that's partially because I see an uncomfortable amount of myself (and a lot of friends I have) in this character. However, the changing tenses and weak story-line keep me from being completely involved. 3 out of 5, and better luck next time!
(review of free book)
Ruby Jewlz reviewed on Oct. 2, 2012

Okay read, the changing tenses was annoying and the storyline was weak but you've done what I've never done, published it and made it available to readers. Don't get discouraged!
(review of free book)
Ernest Winchester reviewed on Sep. 30, 2012

Lucian, Welcome to Smashwords. I see today marks your first day here so I wish I could greet you with a better review. Unfortunately your story lacks much in the area of suspense and it was easy to guess the ending long before it ended. It also was punctuated with annoying changes of tense, past, present, past—on and on. On a brighter note, I’ve seen worse, much worse. So keep trying and good luck.
(review of free book)
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