Dirty Diner

By Jerry L. Wheeler

Food and sex. They go hand in...um, hand, don't they?

How many millions of dates start out in restaurants and end up in bedrooms? And it's not just the patrons either--it could be the waiter who catches your eye. Or the cute busboy with a tantalizing lock of hair that falls over his eyes as he's wiping your table. Maybe it's the hairy arms of the cook as he bellows out "PICKUP!" and you hope he's talking about more than the order he's just plated.

The stories on our menu will feed more than one of your appetites, so don't just stand there outside with your nose pressed up against the glass (that is your nose, isn't it?). Come on in and please seat yourself.

Someone will be with you in just a minute.

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Fontana

By Joshua Martino

Celebrity
Sports

Handsome and charmingly shy, Ricky Fontana may be the greatest ballplayer who ever lived. Hitting a baseball has always come easy for the New York Mets outfielder—his true challenge comes when skyrocketing fame threatens to reveal his deepest secret: Ricky Fontana is gay.

Jeremy Rusch—a tabloid sportswriter hardened by drink and disappointment—follows Ricky Fontana as the young champ aims to break one of baseball's most treasured records: the 56-game hitting streak that immortalized Joe DiMaggio in 1941. As a rapt nation watches Fontana lash hit after hit, creeping toward DiMaggio's impossible number, the idol of the sports pages becomes an American hero. From the White House to Hollywood, everyone wants to shake hands with Ricky Fontana. And it doesn't take long for his carefully guarded secret to come to light—thanks to a front-page exposé by Jeremy Rusch.

When he discovers Ricky's secret, Rusch envisions recognition to rival that of his idol. The reporter's obsession creates a national furor, turning one baseball summer into a season that nobody can ignore.

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Murder in the Garden District

By Greg Herren

A Chanse MacLeod Mystery | Book 5
Private Investigator
New Orleans 
The Sheehans are referred to as "Louisiana's Kennedys," a powerful political dynasty with connections in Baton Rouge and Washington. When Warren Sheehan is shot to death in his Garden District mansion, Chanse races to sort out the truth from the many lies surrounding the great family as another hurricane puts New Orleans squarely in its cross hairs.
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On the Train Again

By Kev Troughton

What if you saw a guy on the train one evening?

A really hot guy; young, great-looking, sexy. But a bit rough. Not someone you'd want to get on the wrong side of.

What if you sat near him, so you could enjoy the occasional sneaky look at him across the aisle?

And what if he caught you looking?
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Sweat

By Todd Gregory

Sports
Their sweaty, gym-hardened bodies do battle in the arena for our entertainment and admiration. They are gladiators fighting to be the best at their chosen sport, putting their muscles on the line for the cheers of the crowd. And once the battle's done, they strip down and get down to the serious business of giving and receiving pleasure. They are modern day gods to be worshiped, admired, touched, and loved. Here are their storiesstories of desire, lust, passion, and raw, animalistic pleasure that will blow your mind and stimulate your libido. You will never look at an athlete the same way again.
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The Marrying Kind

By Ken O'Neill

Weddings
New York City

Wedding planner Adam More has an epiphany: He has devoted all his life's energy to creating events that he and his partner Steven are forbidden by federal law for having for themselves. So Adam decides to make a change. Organizing a boycott of the wedding industry, Steven and Adam call on gay organists, hairdressers, cater-waiters, priests, and hairdressers everywhere to get out of the business and to stop going to weddings, too. In this screwball, romantic comedy both the movement they've begun and their relationship are put in jeopardy when Steven's brother proposes to Adam's sister and they must decide whether they're attending or sending regrets.

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Calendar Boys

By Logan Zachary

Over the years, boys grew up sneaking peeks at the Calendar Girls when their fathers brought the family car in for service, while others saw them in Dad's garage working on projects around the house. But now it's man's turn to be the object of desire. Hot young men caught each month, a man a month, who could want anything else? Calendar Boys celebrates each month with a unique story. January's "Pucking Prince Charming" finds a fairy tale with a happy ending in the hockey rink. While St. Valentine's Day Massacre gangsters help a couple find lost gold and love in "The Grandfather." March Madness comes in like a lamb, but goes out like a lion when a silly bet forces a player into "Taking It For The Team." Zombies come out with April showers in "Jay Of The Dead." The hot, humid, dog days of summer sees the "Lumber Jack Off," while fall horrors wait at a haunted frat house with a "Halloween Hard On," but the year isn't complete until "Santa's Big Package" arrives. Four special seasons fill out the year, adding extra action and a lot more hot men. You have to love the Calendar Boys, each and every day of the year...

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Murder in the Rue Ursulines

By Greg Herren

A Chanse MacLeod Mystery | Book 4
Private Investigator
New Orleans 
When Chanse MacLeod is hired to find out who is blackmailing a high profile movie star couple living in the French Quarter, he soon realizes it isn't just on a movie-set where things are make believe. Against the backdrop of a rebuilding New Orleans, Chanse races to find out the truth about his treacherous clients and to clear his own name.
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Buccaneer Island

By J. P. Beausejour

At the age of nineteen, Sir Edmund, third son of an English earl, discovers a taste for spanking, submission, and dominant men. Caught on his knees in his father's stables, his backside marked by the whip and his lips around a stable hand's member, he is banished to Louisiana, to pursue the sugar planter's trade. Shipwrecked and marooned on a Caribbean island, he falls under the spell of Matthew, a common seafaring man and sometime pirate. Alone on a desert beach with the handsome giant, Edmund learns to accept Matthew's dominance, and soon finds himself falling in love. He begins his transformation into his rescuer's devoted wife, but when he learns Matthew plans to betray his trust with the Creole witch and brothel keeper Mistress Reid, he escapes into the jungle, and into a world of lust and adventure among the wild buccaneers.

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Murder in the Rue Chartres

By Greg Herren

A Chanse MacLeod Mystery | Book 3
Private Investigator
New Orleans 

Six weeks after Hurricane Katrina, an emotionally battered Chanse returns to a New Orleans that is a battered shell of its former vibrant self to try to pull together the shattered pieces of his life. But on arriving, he discovers that his last client before the storm was murdered shortly after she hired him to find her long missing father--and Chanse is drawn into the Verlaine family's deadly web of lies and secrets as he tries to find his client's killer against the backdrop of unbelievable destruction. The third Chanse MacLeod mystery, and winner of the Lambda Literary Award.

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Twelve O'Clock Tales

By Felice Picano

Twelve O'Clock Tales is the fourth collection of short fiction by legendary novelist and memoirist, Felice Picano (The Lure, Like People in History, True Stories). A personal homage to the storytellers of his youth, Edgar Allen Poe, E.F. Benson, and H. P. Lovecraft, as well as his acquaintances, Arthur C. Clarke and Harlan Ellison. Thirteen dark tales, eerie, bizarre, and dreamlike, the tales will thrill and disturb, discomfort and titillate, enthrall and leave you wondering. Picano ranges across time and space, from tribal West Africa to the American heartland, to a lab in Venezuela, and a California Highway fifteen years from now. His characters range from a teen accident survivor with a secret, to a far-future scholar forced to travel to a galactic backwater, to a retired L.A. cop who dabbles in astrology, and a peasant girl in B.C.E. Israel encountering the strangest of strangers. The thirteen tales include brand new stories and acknowledged Picano masterworks collected here for the first time.

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Murder in the Rue St. Ann

By Greg Herren

A Chanse MacLeod Mystery | Book 2
Private Investigator
New Orleans 
Chanse MacLeod is hired to find out who is trying to undermine a new nightclub opening in the French Quarterbut when the nightclub's publicist is murdered, the prime suspect in his boyfriend, Paulwho has a sordid past he carefully hid from Chanse. And when Paul jumps bail, it's up to Chanse to clear his boyfriend and find him, before it's too late.

The second Chanse Macleod mystery.
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Words to Die By

By William Holden

Delve into the darker side of human nature with these sixteen stories by William Holden. As darkness enters the mind through revenge, jealousy, paranoia, or the uncanny operations of a supernatural force, these stories lead you onto new heights of fear...and arousal. In "Felonious Behavior," Jack Stevens takes matters into his own hands when the police can't or won't do anything about the driver who ran him down. In "The Other Man," a sex doll named Joey finds life through jealousy over his owner's new boyfriend. "Fear #2—Hierophobia, The Fear of Priests," tells of Gian, who returns home to confront his childhood fear—only to find that the priest who once terrified him isn't human, and his destiny is to follow in the priest's dark footsteps. The human mind is fragile. How much fear one person can handle depends on how deep the darkness runs.

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Derrick Steele: Private Dick

By Zavo

A Derrick Steele Mystery
Private Investigator
Derrick Steele, a hard-drinking, lusty private detective working for Steele Investigations, is being framed for the murder of a hustler in downtown Los Angeles. Despite Derrick's efforts to solve the crime and clear his name, the body count continues to rise. It quickly becomes apparent that Derrick is facing the most dangerous adversary of his career. The action escalates when best friends Daniel McAllister, a New York private investigator, and Derrick's brother, Nathan, return to Los Angeles and join the agency. Still reeling from a tragic past relationship, Derrick struggles with his developing feelings for the handsome detective McAllister, who is equally smitten with the over-sexed Derrick. In addition to the blossoming romance, the arrival of Daniel and Nathan reveals a Steele family secret that will change Derrick's life forever. The action catapults to an explosive climax as the three detectives race to solve the murders, exonerate Derrick, and protect the lives and legacy of the Steele family.
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Nice Butt

By Shane Allison

Nice Butt: Gay Anal Eroticism features some of the hottest butt erotica stories around from today's hottest erotica authors.

From toys to teasing, spanking to sporting, some of the best gay erotica scribes celebrate the hottest and most creative in new erotica.

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Murder in the Rue Dauphine

By Greg Herren

A Chanse MacLeod Mystery | Book 1
Private Investigator
New Orleans 
A simple blackmail case goes south when Chanse finds the murdered body of his muscleboy client in what appears to be a hate crime. But neither Chanse nor the police are convinced it was a hate crime, despite the frenzy being whipped up in the city by a charismatic but attention-seeking gay rights activist. The trail leads to a call boy ring, blackmail of wealthy Uptown closet cases, and it's not long before Chanse's investigation has put not only his life at risk, but that of everyone he cares about!

The first Chanse Macleod mystery.
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Toughskins

By William Masswa

Love can begin in the most unlikely of places, including a "mom and pop shop" wrestling league. John and Bret, two twenty-something athletes who separately endured abuse in their pasts, do what they know--they beat up themselves and each otheruntil one hero-seeking boy turns their lives around with the question, "Why do you hurt each other?"John's heartache begins with a bad relationship when he's seventeen, and Bret, having had enough with dating in the Pacific Northwest, tries his luck here with this Mid-Atlantic league.Tender moments unfold for John and Bret. The rookies are also brought together by a ragtag team of oddball wrestlers who, lonely themselves, know what all boys know: deep down, we all just want to be held.
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Murder in the Irish Channel

By Greg Herren

A Chanse MacLeod Mystery | Book 6
Private Investigator
New Orleans 
It begins as a simple missing persons casea young MMA fighter's mother has mysteriously disappeared. But as New Orleans private eye Chanse MacLeod starts digging around, he discovers that she is the leader of a group fighting the powerful Archdiocese of New Orleans over the closing of two churches. As the trail leads from corrupt church officials to powerful real estate developers to the world of cage fighting, Chanse soon realizes there are a lot of powerful people who want to make sure she stays goneand don't have a problem with getting rid of a pesky gay private eye.
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