Addison Albright lives in the middle of the USA with her husband, son, and four peculiar cats (and, at any given time, various boomerang children and step-children, along with their assorted children and pets). Her stories are gay erotic romance, and tend to be sweet man-love in contemporary settings. Her education, which pretty much doesn't get used these days, includes a BS in Education with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Chemistry. Addison loves her family, reading, popcorn, boating, french fries, 'open window weather,' cats, math, and anything chocolate. She loves to read pretty much anything and everything, anytime and anywhere.
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Henry encounters Josh, a friend of a friend, in a park as he returns home from a party. Will Henry have the nerve to follow Josh's lead, and will Josh be interested in more than a quickie in the dark?
Dreams is a collection of three consecutively linked stories, each with a different pair of protagonists introduced in the previous story. The original versions of these comprehensively amended and reedited second editions were previously published individually.
This volume contains:
A Dream Come True,
Dreaming of You
Blake is a "straggler" at a golf course looking to join a threesome for a round of golf. He isn’t happy when he’s assigned to join Frank Miller, a workaholic cutthroat CFO at the company where he works, and the man’s two nutty friends. Has Blake misjudged Frank? Maybe he isn’t such a bad guy after all. He is rather hot.
As a divorced teacher with small children Ted has gotten more comfortable than he’d like to be in a self-imposed closet. Will his lover’s relaxed outlook and discovery of Ted’s true identity help Ted see the light?
Cow Pie Bingo
Evan lets a co-worker talk him into working a kissing booth at a charity fair. Not quite sure what to expect, he certainly doesn't count on meeting Gary, or kissing the man, considering his past. Kissing is what he ends up doing, though, along with playing cow pie bingo for a good cause. Will Gary end up being more than a six-ticket ride?
Now and Forever
Darryl and Warren have been together twelve years, when their home state of California legalizes same sex marriages. Darryl figures Warren should plan the wedding reception, but they disagree on how much party is too much. Darryl bites his tongue and gives Warren free rein, although he really wants something small and cozy. Will Warren be able to give Darryl what he needs?
Brandt's new relationship with Mark has been moving along nicely, but they'd like to make this, their first Christmas together, extra special. Christmas morning holds more than one wonderful surprise for them as they discover the joys of sharing, in this sequel to the short story Moving On.
Eddie's a good guy who'd do anything for a friend, especially Trent, but that good-nature is sorely tested when Trent asks Eddie to be the model for a nude photo shoot Trent needs for a class project. It's not easy for Eddie to be naked in front of the best friend he secretly wants. There are so many ways he could make a fool of himself, and why does seem as if Eddie isn't the only one blushing?
On Halloween, Graeme accompanies the love of his life, Brandt, to the annual costume party. This year, though, Brandt isn't dancing with Graeme, he's dancing with a handsome stranger, and Graeme couldn't be happier. On the most mysterious night of the year Graeme has one chance to give his beloved the best gift of all and he makes the most of it, from the first dance to the final farewell.
King Kong vs. The Skinny Pirate
Blaine is a well dressed, high priced attorney, and George is a hairy mountain of an auto mechanic. This odd couple meets up one evening on a slow night at a bar, where the pickings are slim. Slim enough for these opposites to eyeball each other and ask themselves just how bad they want to get laid that night. Orig. pub. @ eXcessica in the "Like Magnets, We Attract" antho., edited by J. Valentine.
Luke's looking for love in all the wrong places. When he meets Cato at an adult video arcade, then again at his softball league game, Luke figures they might have something in common. Can Luke convince Cato that there's more to him than meets the eye?
Born to Be Wild
Roland is always willing to help a neighbor, so when the guys from the fraternity next door ask if he and his gay buddies will play a trick on a new pledge, he happily agrees. When Roland happens to discover that new pledge Fisher is not as uptight as he's been told, he starts to think maybe the joke is on him. Determined to turn the tables, Roland surprises Fisher with more than he bargained for.
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