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In the not too distant future, the first batch of pleasure droids are created.
They are extremely advanced and life-like automatons with positronic brains that can help them interact, and also learn. Their purpose is to give their masters pleasure in whatever form it takes.
But what is a life of giving pleasure without receiving it?
This is the story of how a pleasure droid named Horrow seeks companionship after he comes to realise there is more to life than being an object after his master had treated him ill since his purchase. Will Horrow find love? Or is love nothing but a dream, left for the fantasies of those who are desperate?
Glory Box is a collection of homoerotic sex scenes. There is a mixture of genres, from sci-fi, to fantasy, contemporary, but all are hot. The goal of this collection is to give you something to read that’s fun, light and sexy. You don’t have to think about things, just sit back and enjoy as many as you want, when you want. (4 Flames / 113 Pages)
Liam is a boy born with special powers. What exactly those powers are for, only though the course of his first eighteen years will he come to fully understand. He is to become a negotiator. When he comes of age, he must also become a man to fulfill his duties, be the person he was created to be. Only then can he avert an all out war between humanity and a technologically advanced alien race known as the Astashante. The only problem with Liam being able to accomplish all he can be…is Liam himself. Can he overcome his own failings? Or will he fail, as many have before him? (Page Count: 140, Heat Level: 4)
In the next thrilling episode of the Diary of the Eternal War, Zane and company find themselves heading for Supernova on Twine, humanity’s future defensive space station. The eternals, or time vampires, have taken their homeworld, Parenthesis, into the future to capture the station. The result will send ripples back in time to expedite humanity’s capture and ensure the eternals have food throughout all of history. Zane is determined to stop them at all costs, but this time he’s not alone…literally. Motac, a coalition eternal and on the side of good, resides within him. Together they discover that not only can two beings live symbiotically for both their mutual benefit, but there can be love too—love that can defeat evil, no matter how great. Trouble is, the eternal threat is extremely great. Will Zane and Motac’s new found alliance be enough? Or will Tink, Mirko and all of Zane’s friends perish as Parenthesis prepares for its first deadly strike? Page Count: 71
Ely Nguyen is a cadet fresh out of the Academy and wide-eyed with enthusiasm. But he’s also alone. Sure, his work as a trainee engineer takes up most of his time, but what about when he’s on R & R? He hasn’t had a boyfriend since he left Mars some three months back. No one to even buy a drink for in one of the many clubs and pubs scattered about the starship Mandrake he’s been assigned to.
Sure, he’s got friends, but a man needs more than friends, especially after a long rotation of work.
Then, a chance encounter on a lower deck corridor sees to it that cadet scientist Emerson Sonfield catches Ely’s attention and he asks the man out for a drink. Will this be the start of something wonderful? Will duty get in the way of their fledgling relationship? Or will Ely ruin the chance of being with Emerson of his own accord, putting his foot firmly into his mouth before they even get to know one another?
Love is easy to find. Keeping it is more of a challenge.
First contact is always dangerous, but this time there's more at stake than saving the Mandrake from an alien threat. This time, the crystalline metalloid ship Ely and the rest of his away team encountered in an earlier mission is on the move toward its nest to call for reinforcements. Reinforcements which will come to destroy humanity.
Once again, Ely, Emerson, Braden and Kale are called to duty.
Yet, as they enter the ship for the second time, something isn't right. Something dark and disturbing lurks within the crystalline walls and it doesn't have the away team's best interests at heart.
Can Ely, his boyfriend Emerson, and their friends escape the entity, or will all hope rest on the shoulders of another strange alien race they must convince to help them? First contact has been made. The trouble is, what happens next?
Good must do whatever it takes
Casey and Bruce are assigned to investigate a paedophile ring in operation around Jadebrook. The victims are young, athletic teenage boys. Not only are these young men being photographed for the rings’ disturbed enjoyment, they are then murdered, their bodies dumped in the forest.
The paedophile ring must be stopped at all costs.
It’s up to Casey to find the leaders of the ring and all who they associate with before they strike for the eighth time. A major undertaking for all concerned, especially for Casey. He’s volunteered to go undercover, pose as a high school football jock. Thankfully, he’ll be backed up by the only man he trusts, his work partner Bruce.
But will that be enough?
Can Casey pull off his first undercover operation and stop the ring from grooming their next target? Or will he become a victim himself?
Power is knowing how to love.
Rava is a transferrer. Cybernetic implants have helped him become the most desirable transferrer his Metropolis has ever seen, and that's even before his first transfer.
Why? Because he can store the most data within his storage banks--his testicles, that's why. A fact he comes to realize all too well when the whole of human knowledge has been downloaded into him by an Oracle who dreams of an information revolution. An Oracle who Rava has an infatuation for to complicate matters even more for him.
Unfortunately for Rava, the data he carries makes him a target for all who oppose such ideas, which is just about everyone else in the city. Can he survive long enough to preserve his precious cargo? Or will the knowledge he carries be lost forever? Humanity not able to grow, enslaved by the Oracles who want to keep controlling the information for their own benefit.
Shane, Joel and Will are faced with a new threat. A weapon so powerful, so hard to resist that the lives of not only themselves, but all those they care about could be affected. What could the weapon be that could devastate them just as they have formed their coven?
His name is James Petrov, a devilishly handsome young man sent by their old foe Alistair and his coven to finish off what the dark magician couldn't complete himself. Can Shane, Joel and Will see through Alistair's plan before it's too late? Or will James prove too much, seducing them to the dark coven and ending their own, leaving a wake of destruction through time in his path?
A boy reaches puberty at around thirteen years of age. If he is one of the few, born with a caul, he will hit Magolescence by the time he's considered a man. That's when things can get really difficult.
Dr. Obenweiser's guide to Magolescence.
Magolescence is a magical puberty, a stage in a magician's life where unexpected things can happen while the brain prepares the body for life as a magician. At eighteen, Shane has more than enough to deal with besides disapproving parents, a weird doctor and an evil magician who wants to recruit Shane and his two lovers, Joel and Will, into his coven. He is going through Magolescence, too. Lord help him!
Madeline ‘Eden’ Jenning’s life is in upheaval. Growing older is perilous for her career. Aging gracefully does nothing for her if it means losing out on all she’s worked for. Plastic surgery becomes her obsession— finding the fountain of youth, a way to hold onto the persona she’s emulated for three decades. Desperation makes her beg her dearest friend for the best surgeon known in their area. She doesn’t expect him to be someone from her past.
Tanner James Thornton, a well-known plastic surgeon, takes only the worst of all cases, those needing his skilled hands to give them a semblance of normalcy once again. When he promises a friend he’ll assess a new client, immediately he knows being her surgeon won’t work. Not only is he attracted to her, but he remembers who she was before the glam. He has the answers she needs that don’t revolve around Hollywood’s superficial reasons for body augmentation.
Drake Glauco, now a successful nourisher and happily joined to Vernon, comes to realize it's time for a Priaxian/human alliance to come to fruition. The joy he has experienced too great for it to not be used to benefit all mankind. The mutual need too important. With each passing day, Drake and Vernon's symbiotic relationship grows just as much as the hatchlings inside the egg the Priaxian carries as the hope for his species.
But trouble stirs in the dark places of the galaxy. A once sleeping giant, an enigmatic race known as the Herdsmen, stirs. Their awakening brought about by many events, including trespassing into their territory. The result of them becoming known is devastating for all the sentient species, especially for humans. The Herdsmen have developed a taste for mankind's flesh.
Can Drake and Vernon negotiate an agreement with the Herdsmen before it's too late? Offer some alternative to the slaughter that will result if they enter human space. Or will their plans to dominate the galaxy obliterate all in their path, including their allies?
All hope once more falls on Drake…and a mysterious Priaxian soldier who communicates to him in his dreams.
Warning: This book contains male homoerotica.
Drake Glauco, a successful lawyer, happily married to Jankin--the man of his dreams--has a perfect life…until he comes home one day to find his husband in the arms of another man. In the resulting argument, Drake storms out of his house only to be drugged and kidnapped by alien people smugglers! His perfect life is shattered as he uncovers the real reason for his kidnapping. He is to become an egg nourisher for a Priaxian incubator named Vernon!
WARNING: this book contains male homoerotica and a male homoerotica ménage.
Julian Cavanaugh is the captain and co-inventor of the energy wave-surfing ship, known as the Infinity. This is its maiden voyage, and along with his husband, an alien named C’tosh, he is in for the ride of his life.
Not only are there government suits on board, wanting to cause trouble, but instead of good old fashioned army lads, the ship is populated with scientists. Oh, Julian’s day is going to get worse as the engines fire and the ship careens out of the solar system toward Vega Prime.
Then the unthinkable happens.
The ship goes beyond all expectations and cruises at speeds the computer can’t even register. With C’tosh in a panic, how will Julian get back home to Earth without resorting to shooting the government suits who insist his parentage is less than desirable? To make matters worse, stopping at such a speed will cause a lot of worry. If they aren’t blown to bits.
Love is a force to be reckoned because it will always find a way.
The ruling family of Corrus needs an heir and the Viscount's son, Wilhelm, must provide it. He is to be wed to Catherine within the week to ensure the family name continues. He, however, doesn't love her. He can't love her, for she cannot give him what he really desires. Wilhelm needs a man to satisfy him.
That man is the most unlikely person in the whole town, a pauper named Pavel.
Will Wilhelm give up everything, his title, his wealth, and all his family inheritance just for the chance to be with Pavel? Or will Catherine make sure he marries her so she can solidify her place as a ruler of Corrus?