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This sequel to Unlawful is the second short story in the Freedom Series, set in the universe of Jessica Freely's novella, His Own Devices.
This is a short lgbt science fiction erotic romance set in the universe of Jessica Freely's bestselling novella, His Own Devices. Previously only available for a limited time to readers who purchased His Own Devices during release week, it can now be enjoyed by everyone.
With stories from New York Times Bestseller Selena Kitt, Shirley Jackson Winner Gemma Files, five-time Bram Stoker Award Winner Lucy A. Snyder and more, this collection pushes the boundaries not only of steamy sex but of what defines us as sexual beings.
Explore repressed yet explosive gay erotica in a politically-themed tale, "The Straw Man," by Jessica Freely.
In A. Merc Rustad's "Bodies Like Galaxies," a nonconventional gendered couple engage in consciousness upload.
Jaye Wells ventures into erotic romance with "Aural Sex." A woman explores her obsession with sensual words. Chiaroscuro never sounded so sexy.
Genital piercing has rarely been this orgasmic. Read "Metal" by Lazuli Jones.
Cassie Alexander, the author of "The House: An Erotic Choose Your Own Adventure," brings "Galatea." The myth has never made more sense than in this retelling.
Hugo and Nebula Finalist, Kelly Robson explores the titillating world of aging lesbians and a group penchant for public nudity in "The Desperate Flesh."
Moreover, who doesn't like a good Nazi takedown? Douglas F. Warrick's "The Things I Told the Cops After the Uprising (And a Few Things I Wish I'd Told Them)" is a bittersweet yet beautiful, romantic yet sensual journey through violence and transition.
Focused on acceptance and consent, co-editors, Anna Yeatts & Chris Phillips, hope the stories in NASTY: Fetish Fights Back will help readers see the sexuality & sensuality common to all of us.
Stories from Selena Kitt, Gemma Files, Jaye Wells, A. Merc Rustad, Lucy A. Snyder, Cassandra Khaw, Lucien Soulban, Jessica Freely, Cassie Alexander, Kelly Robson, Jason S. Ridler, Tim Waggoner, Steve Berman, D. F. Warrick, 'Nathan Burgoine, Kaysee Renee Robichaud, Darien Cox, Molly Tanzer, Tom Cardamone, Lazuli Jones, Rose de Fer, Ann Castle, Charles Payseur, Nathan Pettigrew, Robert Brouhard, Konstantine Paradias, and Matthew F. Amati.
It sucks being the son of a super villain. At home, Harry spends half of his time getting medical treatments and the other half tied up in his father's underwater lair. It was different when his mother was alive, but she disappeared when Harry was six. He can't seem to stay out of trouble at school, and his new roommate, Antonin, thinks he’s a spaz, but somehow Harry has to find a way to stop his father's evil plans.
Antonin Karganilla wants to become a comic book artist, but other than that, being gay is the most normal thing about him. His uncle is an aquatic plant man, his aunt is a molecular biologist back from the dead, and his mom is an overprotective pain in the butt. Antonin's in boarding school and it's starting to look like he and this Harry kid might have a lot in common... and that means a whole new set of problems.