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When Toby’s plan to satisfy his exhibitionist streak goes awry, he isn’t sure whether to roll with the flow or run away. However, staying and becoming the focal point of not one, but two men’s desire certainly has its rewards.
Napoleon and Illya discover that THRUSH has been blackmailing homosexual members of UNCLE to gain information on something that actually sounds like a legit plot! After Napoleon discovers that there are rumours that Illya and Napoleon's relationship is romantic/sexual, the two decide to take on the mission together even though it means being physically intimate with each other.
This week I'm reviewing Mychael Black's "Hunger." In the author's own words, the slash fiction story is about "[V]ampire, werewolf, rough sex. What’s not to like?!" and I say, "Nothing. There's nothing not to like."
David has spent two years grieving for the loss of his partner to cancer. When he decides to move on, he visits a gay bar for the sole purpose of hooking up with someone—in spite of his concerns that as he's in his mid-forties, he might be too old. But I really hoped he wasn't too old for a bit of sex and affection because I gradually grew to love David throughout this short story.
Self-conscious Gary moves to a new city and, after giving a client an unexpected vintage of wine, he makes fast friends with a group of people. They then go on a cruise wherein Gary meets a mysterious sex bomb.
Once a year, rich boy Alec and poor boy Darren escape from lives which – though very different – are equally unbearable. Pushed around by selfish families, they try to knuckle under, as long as they can have August for themselves. Alone in his yacht, Alec contemplates his future of marriage and lies.
Russel Middlebrook is convinced he's the only gay kid at Goodkind High School. Then his online gay chat buddy turns out to be none other than Kevin, the popular but closeted star of the school's baseball team. Soon Russel meets other gay students, too. There's his best friend Min, who reveals that she is bisexual, and her soccer–playing girlfriend Terese. Then there's Terese's politically active friend, Ike. But how can kids this diverse get together without drawing attention to themselves?
For his entire life, Bryan had been aware of his guardian. He'd never seen the man yet Jaden had paid for everything. Each of Bryan's birthdays, he'd been given unusual gifts, ones that made him wonder even more about his guardian. Every request to meet with Jaden had been denied until Bryan decides to take matters into his own hands. Just who and what is his guardian, and why does the man refuse to see him?
Upcoming Slash Fiction Recs:
Richard Stevenson’s Death Trick
Adrianna Dane’s Hidden Impact
Eric Anderson’s An Unexpected Vintage
Barbara Sheridan and Anne Cain’s The Dragon’s Disciple
About Slash Fiction Recs:
I get asked a lot for recommendations for slash fiction, so I decided to make it a regular feature on the site. If you’re enjoying what you read here, it’s very likely we also have similar tastes in what we’re looking for in slash fiction. I’m a little on the picky side and I try to keep the reviews fair. Nonetheless, I really appreciate comments on the slash fiction recs posts simply so that readers can read another perspective if it disagrees with mine!
I realize I am not the best writer in the world, and I’m sure I make the same mistakes that I will complain about in the slash fiction recs, but a friend’s mom said to me, “Just because I’m not a chef, it doesn’t mean I don’t know when something tastes like shit.” Of course, I’m not going to flat out say that something is shit, but I will be clear if I don’t like something or if something could be stronger in the story. But that’s where outside comments come in, to disagree with me or reinforce my opinion. If you give a story I didn’t like a whirl and liked it, be sure to come back here and let me and everyone else know why you liked it! Everyone has different tastes and brings a new perspective to the table. I hardly believe my opinion is the right one or the only one.
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I am always looking for more slash fiction to read, so if you’ve read something lately and liked it (or hated it), feel free to shoot me its information through the form in the link above and I’ll try to review it when I get the chance! I’d love to know what you guys are reading aside from me, and please don’t feel limited to published works. I’m happy to read something online (though I do have a few comments about them on the form). You’re even free to submit your own story, and hopefully I can send some traffic your way through the slash fiction recs!
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