LGBT Erotic Contemporary
Finally! A gay romance that takes into consideration all the details, like that one of the lovers might not have experienced anal sex before, and might need some time to get used it. A gay romance that at least makes a passing nod toward STIs. A gay romance that neither insists that the two will be together forever, nor declares the relationship over and dead by the end of the book – wait, this is romance not tragedy. Never mind that. And really, that’s not fair to the other writers of gay romance. I’m sure there are several that fulfill all the wonderful things listed above, but I haven’t read them yet, and I have read this one.
Cody is only nineteen, but is quite old enough to know that he isn’t merely suffering from puppy love or hero worship when he lusts after his uncle’s friend. No, he really wants Dante. Problem is, Dante thinks of him as a silly kid, not worth noticing. Only at a masquerade can Cody get close enough to Dante without Dante knowing. Unfortunately, Cody’s mask gets accidentally torn off. Fortunately, the mask was removed after Cody had managed to get Dante’s attention – and in such a way that Dante spends the next week dreaming about Cody. Finally, Cody decides, once again, to take matters into his own . . . hands . . . and prove to both Dante and his uncle that he is perfectly capable of making his own decision. Even if they turn out to be mistakes.
Book Blurb for Reckless Seduction
Genre: LGBT Erotic Contemporary
When nineteen year old Cody Bradbury gets his hands on an invitation to the hottest party of the year at The Casbah, an exclusive gay men's club owned by his uncle, he doesn't plan to let anything stand in his way of attending. With a stolen invitation, fake identification, and a hastily thrown together costume, Cody sneaks into the club during its annual Halloween bash with the intention of checking out the action and possibly losing his long-despised cherry.
He can't believe his luck when Dante Santiago comes on to him. He's had a hard-on for his uncle's friend and employee, Dante, ever since he realized what his dick was good for. He's so enamored of the older man that he doesn't think twice when Dante starts referring to him as 'pretty boy', instead of by his given name.
Between his fears for his job and his stubborn certainty Cody can't possibly be the bottom he wants, Dante's giving him the cold shoulder. He knows Dante wants his body, but Cody wants his heart. Is there any chance the older man might want more than an orgasm? There's only one way to find out, and Cody plans to make it a night neither of them will ever forget.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices.
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