- Xcite eBooks
- Release Date
- April 2011
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
A collection of five erotic stories with bisexual and menage themes.
Freedom by Rachel Kramer Bussel
Railroaded by Landon Dixon
Bi Today Interview by Richard Offer
Three Way Play by Lynn Lake
Distractions by Elizabeth Coldwell
These stories have also been published in Best of Both ISBN 9781907761669
Jul 05, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
147 people found the following review helpful
FREEDOM is a collection of five short stories following the theme of ménage and bisexuality. I typically stick to m/m, occasionally venturing into the world of m/f if I know the author and love his/her style. This anthology represented a digression for me…a pleasant one.
Each of the stories were smokin' hot. The idea of having a straight guy who likes chicks and all of the parts and functions that go along with that to get it on with another guy is every gay man's dream. Come on, guys. How many of you gay brethren out there haven't fanaticized about turning a straight guy gay, at least for an experience or two? And ladies, I've read enough of your books, reviews, and participated in enough conversations to know you love the idea of two guys getting it on.
So, these stories bring the best of both worlds to both men and women. You have the allure of drawing straight guys into that special lovin' with men and you have the masculine dominant side of the male sexuality as it's acted out on both men and women. Who could ask for more?
As with most short stories, given the limited amount of words and pages used to convey a tale, certain things get lost and certain beliefs must be suspended in order to accommodate the limited scope of the story. These stories develop characters just enough to get a sense of who they are and what they want, but they delve right into the sex and the heat is what drives the plot. I'm not saying that's a bad thing. In fact, these stories had me all hot and bothered, but there is a certain depth that I look for in any story if I'm going to award 5-stars.
And that is the ONLY reason this anthology did not receive 5 stars. I highly recommend this read, but be prepared to take matters into your own…er…hands once you're done.
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