A Gay Fairy Tale.
While at a royal fanfare, Miller tells a lie to the two kings in order to sound more impressive. He falls into despair when the kings want to meet the husband he boasted about, until a magical midget shows up to help him out of his dilemma.
A modern re-imagining of Rumpelstiltskin.
Avilius was a powerful Centurion in ancient Rome, but no matter how many battles he fought he had a hole in his soul that couldn't be filled… until the day he bought a slave at a slave auction. He finds himself fascinated with the young slave and decides to make the young man his pais - a slave solely for companionship.
Two straight friends take refuge from a snow storm in a cave. As the night progresses, the storm intensifies and the two of them have to do something neither one was prepared for; they have to use each other's body heat to stay warm.
Barry thought his life has come to an end when he goes to prison, but what he never knew was that going to prison would be the best thing to happen to him.
He befriends his cellmate and despite never having feelings for a black man, he finds himself strangely attracted to his cellmate. Could their friendship turn into something more?
The thing about being an author is being willing to take risks and write something deemed inappropriate. This is what makes this author unique. he isn't afraid to let go and speak his mind.
sure, naming the short story "Flight 370" is seen by some as inappropriate, but if a man named Godfrey Williams goes on a killing spree, would his novella God's gonna cut you down be inappropriate or just coincidence.
As readers we shouldn't be bias and the author stated that his theory of what might happen to a plane that disappeared has no connection to the real life disappearance of flight 370.
Despite a few minor errors, the short story is pretty decent. It will, however, upset some readers who probably have nothing invested in the real life disappearance and are just looking for a reason to somehow feel involved and offended.
easiest rating of 5 stars ever.
Amazing. I read this book within two hours. It was extremely gripping and filled with thrills, twists and scares. I did not expect the ending, but it was still a great ending.
I can easily see Hollywood adapting this into a blockbuster movie... note: this book is NOT about ghosts - it's about something more evil.
I'll be sleeping with the light on tonight!
Who sold you the rights to my life story? Lol.
Very well written story… even brought a tear to my eyes when he got his Christmas.
What makes this such a sad story is that most of us can relate. I just wished throughout the story that Dain's father would stop being an ass and realize how lucky he was to have a son.
There wasn't really a story behind the guy who picks up a hitchhiker and then the two have sex multiple times, but it was still good.
The story wasn't really something new (random hook-up), but the descriptions were very detailed and the sex was kinda hot.
I'll probably consider picking up hitchhikers from now on.
The plot was okay, not that original - though it was entertaining.
I agree that there aren't enough interracial erotica out there - one of the main reasons I wrote "Once you go black" (which is also on Smashwords for free, by the way)
Back to Officer Longpipe - I felt the author could've played more with the title (perhaps a reference to his long shlong or something).
The sex was quite something and had me heaving with lust. Just wish the story was longer.
Well worth the read and deserves 5 stars.
This book made me feel a bit uncomfortable
and a bit disturbed.
I've read the other reviews and don't really
agree. Sure it had one or two funny moments
scattered throughout the messy storyline, though cleverly written it wasn't as hilarious as some of the reviews claimed.
I'll give credit where due, and the author made a bold choice to re-imagine a children's book