Angel Lust, An Erotic Novel of Time Travel

Adult Erotica
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Unlicensed masseur Tommy Angelo and his lover Bert Knight are angels, time travelers from the violent Middle Ages, when they were Thomas Gebson, a poor youth and his liege lord, handsome Sir Bertrand. From the castles and woods of England to the wild underground scenes of New York, Angel Lust is sexy, intensely spiritual, and full of suspense: Nonstop plot twists, hot gay erotica, and romance.

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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica
  • Erotica themes: None
  • Words: 97,450
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781892149084
About Perry Brass

Poet, novelist, and gay activist, Perry Brass has published 15 books including erotic classics like Mirage, Angel Lust, The Substance of God, and Carnal Sacraments, as well as How to Survive Your Own Gay Life. He’s been a finalist 6 times for Lambda Literary Awards, and won two IPPY Awards from Independent Publisher. As an activist, he joined the Gay Liberation Front in 1969, right after Stonewall, and became an editor of Come Out!, the world’s first gay liberation newspaper. His newest book is The Manly Art of Seduction, How to Meet, Talk To, and Become Intimate with Anyone.

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Perry Brass discusses Angel Lust, on the pod series Naked Books
Author Perry Brass discusses his bestselling novel ANGEL LUST, A Erotic Novel of Time Travel on Naked Books, a pod series. Angel Lust always has a lot of reactions, because like most Perry Brass books, there are so many ways to read it. Erotica, spirituality, political commentary, and just plain suspense—this book has it all.

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Philippe Sharboneaux reviewed on on Feb. 27, 2010

This erotic novel was good, but it could have been much better. Perry Brass can write very good erotica, and the way he paints a medieval town, situations and characters is phenomenal! The story could have stayed there as far as I'm concerned. The modern day side of the story was rather boring and too fast paced for my taste.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

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