It’s a beautiful day in the California sunshine. Craig is roller-blading along the boardwalk when he takes a sudden spill. Robert, pumping iron nearby, comes to his rescue. It is only when Robert invites him for a weekend in the desert that the ambiguity gets to be too much. The thing to do is to provoke him—just a little. It’s the only way they’re going to get any answers. A short story of gay romance.
Other than the cancer thing and getting over recent chemotherapy, James is having a pretty uneventful life when he gets sick of it all and chucks it for an RV just outside of North Bay. A handyman with a dominant streak and a certain naiveté on his own part lands James flat on his back in a situation where he can't even scream. A short story of gay romance and erotica by Harold C. Jones.
Robby, or Robin as he decides to call himself, has had three girlfriends in his lifetime—and a crush on one guy, years before. He’s just desperate enough to try anything, once. But in the singles game, finding a man is ten times harder than finding a woman. To his surprise, he has done just that. Even more to his surprise, when he shows up at Ed’s for the first time, there are a couple of other cute guys sitting there. Ed’s a good listener, and has taken it upon himself to indulge Robin’s fantasy. What’s even more surprising is that Ed has a daughter, who must be one of the most beautiful women in the world.
A short story of gay erotica with a twist.