A Gay Romance

A Gay Romance Author Gina A. Rogers
ISBN-10 160820930X
Year 2014-05-02
Pages 238
Language en
Publisher Mlr Press
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Where can a sexy alpha cop and the hottest man on the planet solve a murder, save a fabulous plant, fall in love, and discover an endless supply of lube? Homosapia, of course, where absolutely anything gay is possible. All American Ram Rage is a dedicated officer of the law. He hates crooked cops, communicates in growls, and loves his applesauce.But when the town heartthrob calls in a stiffie---pun intended---Ram is drawn into the web of a sadistic killer who is every gay man's nightmare: a vagina. The investigation leads him on a wild chase involving a sassy retired stripper, a strange little town, and, of course, crazy hot acrobatic stunts of an intense sexual nature with the gorgeous man at the center of it all. To meet Kory Pleyes is to instantly fall in love. Literally. However, Kory has never returned those feelings until the moment sexy alpha cop Ram Rage comes barging, lights and sirens, into his life. Kory's friends keep popping up dead, but it's NBD and provides Kory with the excuse he needs to cling to the one man who doesn't seem to mind that he's a slow poke---this pun also intended. When the killer threatens the man he loves, will Kory be able to protect him with nothing but his average wits and incredible charm? Duh! It's Homosapia, where anything gay is possible!

Tartan Candy

Tartan Candy Author KC Burn
ISBN-10 9781634770538
Year 2016-02-26
Pages 206
Language en
Publisher Dreamspinner Press
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Will closeted entrepreneur Caleb keep Raven, or is the secret of Raven’s porn star past one obstacle too many?

The Romance of War Vol 3 of 3

The Romance of War  Vol 3  of 3 Author James Grant
ISBN-10
Year 2017-07-07
Pages 134
Language en
Publisher HENRY COLBURN, PUBLISHER
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Exmaple in this ebook continue from Vol.2 CHAPTER I. HOSTILITIES—A LOVE LETTER. Boiling with rage at Louis's insulting defiance, Ronald returned to his quarters in the Alcanzar, determined at day-break to summon him forth, to fight or apologize. He often repeated the words, "Her heart has never wandered from you." Ah! if this should indeed be the case, and that Alice loved him after all! But from Louis, his honour demanded a full explanation and ample apology, either of which he feared the proud spirit of the other would never stoop to grant. Yet, to level a deadly weapon against the brother of Alice,—against him to whom he had been a constant friend and companion in childhood and maturer youth, and perhaps by a single shot to destroy him, the hopes and the peace of his amiable father and sister, he felt that should this happen, he never could forgive himself. But there was no alternative: it was death or dishonour. Two ways lay before him,—to fight or not to fight; and his sense of injured honour made him, without hesitation, choose the first, and he waited in no ordinary anxiety for the dawn, when Alister Macdonald, who was absent on duty, would return to the quarters of the regiment. Next morning, when the grey daylight was beginning faintly to show the dark courts and gloomy arcades of the Alcanzar, he sprung from his couch, which had been nothing else than his cloak laid on the polished floor tiles; and undergoing a hasty toilette, he was about to set forth in search of Macdonald, when Lieutenant Chisholm, one of the officers, entered. "What! up already, Stuart?" said he; "I hope you are not on any duty?" "No. Why?" "Because Lisle has asked me to wait upon you." "Upon me?" asked Ronald, with a frown of surprise. "Upon me, Chisholm?" "Yes: of course you will remember what occurred in the cathedral last night?" "How could I ever forget? Mr. Lisle, under its roof, insulted me most grossly," replied Ronald, his lips growing white with anger. "I was just about to seek Macdonald to give him a message, but Mr. Lisle has anticipated me." "For Heaven's sake, Stuart, let us endeavour to settle this matter amicably! Think of the remorse which an honourable survivor must always feel. A hundred men slain in action are nothing to one life lost in a duel." "Address these words to your principal,—they are lost on me; but you are an excellent fellow, Chisholm!" "It is long since we have had an affair of this sort among us, and Cameron is quite averse to this mode of settling disputes." "I shall not consult his opinion, or that of any other man, in defence of my own honour," said Ronald haughtily. "As you please," replied the other, with an air of pique. "Lisle and you have long been on very distant terms, and the officers have always predicted that the matter would terminate in this way." "Curse their impertinent curiosity! And so Lisle calls me out in consequence of the high words we exchanged in the cathedral last night?" "That is one reason—the least one, I believe. He mentioned that his sister, Miss Lisle—" "Stay, Chisholm! I will hear no more of this," cried Stuart; then suddenly changing his mind added, "Ah! well; his sister—Miss Alice Lisle. Go on." "Faith, Stuart, you seem confoundedly confused. Do settle this matter in peace. Lisle has told me the story, in confidence, and I think you have been to blame,—indeed you have. Send Lisle an apology, for I assure you he is boiling with passion, and will not yield a hair's breadth." To be continue in this ebook...

Castle Gay

Castle Gay Author John Buchan
ISBN-10 9789635221134
Year 2015-07-07
Pages 191
Language en
Publisher Booklassic
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Castle Gay was written in the year 1930 by John Buchan. This book is one of the most popular novels of John Buchan, and has been translated into several other languages around the world. This book is published by Booklassic which brings young readers closer to classic literature globally.

Closet Writing Gay Reading

Closet Writing Gay Reading Author James Creech
ISBN-10 0226120228
Year 1993
Pages 219
Language en
Publisher University of Chicago Press
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One of the most urgent tasks for gay studies today, James Creech argues, is the retrieval of a repressed, "closeted" literary heritage. But contradictions and problems cloud even the most basic theoretical questions: What does a lesbian or gay reading of a literary text require or presume? Can we talk about a homosexual writer expressing him- or herself before the invention of "homosexuality"? Was it possible for a writer like Herman Melville, for example, to create literary works linked to his own prohibited eros? In Closet Writing/Gay Reading, Creech shows how a literary critic can be receptive to implicit and closeted sexual content. Forcefully advocating a tactic of identification and projection in literary analysis, he lends renewed currency to the kind of "sentimental" response to literature that continental theory—particularly deconstruction—has sought to discredit. In the second half of his book, Creech sets out to analyze what he considers the exemplary novel of the nineteenth-century closet, Melville's Pierre, or: The Ambiguities. By approaching Pierre as the gay man Melville longed to have as its reader, Creech is able to decipher the novel's "encrypted erotics" and to reveal that Melville's apparent tale of incest is actually a homosexual novel in disguise. The closeted "address" to queer-sensitive readers that Pierre disseminates finally receives a critical reading that strives to be explicit, shareable, and public.

The Song of Sir Rod the Long

The Song of Sir Rod the Long Author Larry Howard
ISBN-10 1462098991
Year 2000-04-17
Pages 220
Language en
Publisher iUniverse
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In days of old, knights weren't just bold, they were downright outrageous! It's King Arthur's birthday, and Guinevere commands the Knights of the Round Table to tell her the story of Sir Rod the Long. Join the Queen as she hears the tale of this comely orphan boy and squire-school dropout as he searches for his missing boyfriend, the valiant Sir Bruce. Along the way his encounters include a handsome youth who makes war before love, a fierce vegetarian giant, and a lady wrestler from an all-woman commune. History is rewritten with a gay twist in the mock-translation of the recently discovered lavender manuscript. Sir Rod is a rowdy, ribald novel in verse; it's Camelot without the closet. Larry Howard is the author of The Lions' Den and Joe & the Show Queen. He lives in northern Nevada and Palm Springs, CA, and has never met a knight he didn't like.

Don We Now Our Gay Apparel

 Don We Now Our Gay Apparel Author Shaun Cole
ISBN-10 1859734154
Year 2000-09-01
Pages 224
Language en
Publisher Bloomsbury Academic
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"Gay style actually sets trends. It's what straight people take fashion from."--Tony Woodcock From the New Edwardians and muscle boys to Radical Drag and Genderfuck, gay men's dress has had a profound impact on fashion. However, it is easy to forget that, with few exceptions, gay men earlier in the century took great pains to conceal their sexual identity. Men such as Quentin Crisp, while highly influential, were far from the norm. Most gay men resorted to a number of subtle dress codes to identify themselves to other gay men -- from Oscar Wilde's famous green carnation, which was still being worn in the 1930s, through to suede shoes. Beginning with a look at the subcultural world of gay men in the early part of this century -- particularly in New York and London -- this fascinating book analyzes the trends in dress adopted by gay men as well as the challenge gay style has made to mainstream men's fashion. The importance of dress choice to the formation of sexual identity is highlighted, as is gay influence on punk and the fashion industry as a whole. The rise of new dress choices in the wake of gay liberation is analyzed with particular emphasis on the masculinization of gay dress. The importance of the body to gay culture is addressed, from the physique magazines of the 1950s, through to tattooing and body piercing, and their origins in the S&M scene. Anyone interested in gay culture or the history of dress will find this book to be essential reading.