The Chronicles of Brad

Adult Erotica
Kristopher Brown and Bradley Peterson experience the not-so easy life of a young gay couple living in the Pacific Northwest from 1994 through 2000.. As a special bonus, we revisit the "Shipwrecked" series from Brad’s POV. Find out how Brad felt when he first laid eyes on Kris, & other times when something happened during the series that Kris didn't mention.

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About Mathis B. Rogers

Mathis B. Rogers was born in Shamrock, Texas, and was raised all over the Texas Panhandle and South Plains of West Texas.
He began writing when he was thirteen and while working the Night Audit (graveyard shift) for motels, he was able to be very prolific. Mathis enjoys writing and when someone asks him how to write, he replies, "It's just daydreaming and writing it down."

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About the Series: Shipwrecked/Climb to the Top
Kristopher Brown and Bradley Peterson experience the not-so easy life of a young gay couple living in the Pacific Northwest. Meanwhile, Cliff Richmond is attempting to "Climb to the Top" of the Country and Western scene, but he is outed as being gay and, to make matters worse, his lover is a nude male model.

This is a collection of 10 stories.

This collection contains adult content. You must be at least 18 or of age in your country to read these stories.

Since this is a series, it is best to read them in the order listed.

The Books

Book 1: Shipwrecked

Book 2: Seashells

Book 3: Climb To The Top – Not related to Shipwrecked but becomes related in The Honeymoon.

Book 4: The Honeymoon

Book 5: The Concert – Sequel to The Honeymoon.

Book 6: The Cruise

Book 7: Rescue at Smuggler's Cove

Book 8: Thunder in Paradise

Book 9: Family Reunion

Book 10: The Chronicles of Brad

Also in Series: Shipwrecked/Climb to the Top

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