Title: Lilies (1996)
Author(s): Michel Marc Bouchard (screenwriter, based on his play); John Greyson (director)
Price: Varies, available on DVD
Archive for November, 2007
Edward’s just been dumped by his long-term lover, and out seeking solace in a gay bar, when he meets a beautiful young man with a sad secret.
29 Nov 2007 at 11:14
Comments Off on Masquerade by Clare London – review
Title: Masquerade (anthology)
Author: Clare London
Genre: Romance, paranormal, horror
URL: Eternal Press (go to new releases)
Price: $4.95 (available for pre-order. Released 7 December)
Other Information/warnings: explicit m/m, violence, dark/horror themes/scenes
Summary [from the publisher]:
Four explicit, seductive tales to entertain and enthral.
In BONDED, Chancellor Chariz imprisons a young man with strange ways and a shocking power. Chariz seeks only sexual entertainment, but Oriel offers something in return that will transform his captor forever.
In THREADBARE, Edward takes a young mill worker under his protection, and is drawn into a web of beauty and mystery. What price will he pay for the delight and passion that Mori brings him?
In POSSESSION, Lucas is the passionate heir to an Auction House. When charismatic Gideon Arnaud intrudes into his life, pursuing him professionally and personally, Lucas struggles to keep both his freedom and sanity.
In TRICKERY, two servants are brave adventurers on their Prince’s Quest until, hijacked by a lusty Magician, they are dragged into a murky and magically sexy mess.
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16 Nov 2007 at 20:25
Comments Off on The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica – Lawrence Schimel, ed. – review
Title: The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica
Editor: Lawrence Schimel
Genre: romance, real life, erotica
URL: Amazon UK / Amazon USA
Price: £7.99 / $13.95
Other Information/warnings: explicit sexual content, adult themes
A collection of over 30 stories of gay erotica by male authors. From the introduction: “THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF NEW GAY EROTICA is, in many ways, a document of the sexual reality of gay mens’ lives as much as fantasies.”