NY Detective Pepper makes the gay connection, prowling the secretive streets of Greenwich Village with an artistÍs sketch. Pepper has more on his mind than dead bodies with fatal wounds to the groin. His father, a decorated cop, committed suicide. No one understands why, but Pepper does. And when a priest he confesses to informs his fiercely heterosexual police precinct, his locker is painted pink.
Greenwich Village is close-knit so itÍs no wonder Pepper and Gregore end up at the same bar. The vampire feels a love/death passion for the handsome, despondent cop. The seductive murder couldnÍt be easier. Yet once they strip away each otherÍs outer skin and expose the inner core, an attraction builds that radically changes both men. But flashing blue lights are closing in.
To keep himself from temptation, he started practicing all of his free time and steered clear of certain areas of the base at night. All of his distractions are useless though, when John finds himself paired up with an older First Class. The two men are strapped together for parachuting practice and the long walk back turns out to be too much for the newly-awakened man.
Will John give in to the new temptation and what will it mean for his career?
Abroad, Terry and his team score on the mats and between the sheets, catching the eye of influential wrestler/promoter Yves Montaigne, who is eager to make Terry a star and lover.
But even as success beckons, Terry is drawn into a world of dark and dangerous sexual fantasies, and to save himself and his wrestling family, Terry must find out who his real enemies are. Are they linked to the death of his father years ago? What part did Doug play in that? And above all, who really is the man behind the Johnny Deuce mask?
Wrestling for Top is an erotica serial in seven parts.