Slipstream

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Steve sneaks away at night. It's how he deals with Brian's, his lover's, impending death. That midnight train ride into Toronto is all that's keeping Steve sane. But Brian has a witchy trick or two up his sleeve, yet. Or maybe Steve's just not quite as sane as he thought he was...

See, things aren't always what they seem - when you're living in the Slipstream.
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica
  • Erotica themes: Unknown
  • Words: 3,890
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780987683717
About Alisha Steele

Alisha Steele lives in Ontario, Canada, with two men, two boys, a dog and a cat, and when she's not busy cleaning up after the lot of 'em she quite enjoys writing smut... Erm, that is to say, 'erotica'. She writes all kinds of sm--erotica. Under the pen name 'Alisha Steele' you'll find her het, menage, and some LGBT stuff, and under just 'A. Steele' there's a few more of her M/M stories. The genres Alisha prefers to pen are contemporary, contemporary/paranormal, and highly erotic takes on the traditional Greek myths.

'Who Will Know?', Alisha's first published story, was nominated for the Gaylactic Spectrum award in 2007 and her first novel, 'The Summoner', was the inspiration for and very first recipient of 'The Erotic Must Read' award at Rogues and Romance Reviews. Editors have called her work, 'transcendent', 'edgy' and 'witty', while reviewers rave about the 'harsh sensuality' of her prose, and of course the 'hot, hot, sex.'

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Reviews

hrhsophia reviewed on Nov. 9, 2012

Beautiful story and the asphyxiation is no different in my mind than wanting someone to smack you with a paddle, no one's business but yours.
(review of free book)
TG Within reviewed on June 20, 2011

This took me to other places and surprised me. Well done.
(review of free book)
Ernest Winchester reviewed on May 11, 2011

Though not my usual preference in reading material, I found this extremely touching. How does anyone explain such a relationship?
(review of free book)
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