American Flyboy

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In World War II an American fighter ace is captured by the SS, his deepest secret uncovered. An unlikely hero comes to his rescue, his German commandant. More

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About N.D. Clark

N.D.Clark is an American author who loves gay romance/erotica set in historical backgrounds. He enjoys writing, reading and spending time with his husband Jim, whose words of encouragement have kept him on the path to authorship: ‘I Believe In You.’

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Review by: JL Moon on Jan. 21, 2016 :
N.D. Clark's "American Flyboy" is an excellent read for those history buffs that love m/m action. Kenneth, an American ace shoots down his Nazi enemies both for his country as well as for a measure of revenge for two lost comrades. That is, until one day when he is shot down over enemy territory. He is quickly surrounded and taken prisoner by a vicious and sadistic SS Uberfuhrer, and Kenneth's future could not look any more bleak.

But, then, the unexpected happens. Kenneth discovers that he is not exactly alone. On the way to a P.O.W. camp, he finds himself in the company of several Germans who disagree with Hitler's ambitions and realize that the war is all but over for Germany. He finds help in some of the most unexpected places such as a couple of SS soldiers and a P.O.W. camp commandant. One of which turns out to be the love of his life. Together, they launch a daring escape plan that bonds them all together forever.

Clark's descriptive writing allows the reader to sit inside of the cockpit of an American fighter plane as well as feel the cold, misery, and dispair of being an enemy P.O.W. The book is filled with intrigue and action packed especially when it comes to m/m sex. The eroticism is off the scale and leaves the reader wishing that they were actually there to participate!

If this is Clark's introduction, what will he do for an encore?
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Karl Five on Jan. 15, 2016 :
This is not Hogan’s Heroes!
It’s more of a war story than a gay male romance. The sex, which happens quite frequently, is very well described, but it’s not always pleasant. And when it’s unpleasant, the author doesn’t pull his punches. If you like action/adventure set against the background of Germany collapsing before the onslaught of the Russian Army, plus lots of raw male/male sex of all kinds, you’ll find it in this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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