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Subtropics: Hustlers Students and Juicy Fruits Heat Up Paperback – September 16, 2009
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About the Author
Kenn is a sixty-something man living in the gay ghetto called Wilton Manors, Florida. More than twenty years ago he submitted a short story to a magazine contest and won a year's subscription. Since then he has written many stories, none of which he submitted for publication until recently. He is thrilled to be published in two Alyson Books anthologies: Island Boys published August 2008 and Best Gay Love Stories 2009, publication date not yet determined. Generally, he says he sees a hot man and constructs a fantasy story around him. Sometime, a situation inspires him and a story will take shape in his mind, which is then populated from his imagination. As a bureaucrat in local government, Kenn claims to find few outlets outside of fiction for his innate creativity and is pleased others are interested in reading what he writes.
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This book REALLY loves men. Subtitled "Hustlers, Students and Juicy Fruits Heat Up," this collection of short stories by Kenn Dahll will make you hotter than it is in Grenada. Plotlines are thin, usually centering on a buff twenty-something encountering a willing nineteen-year-old lover ... or two ... or three. Often, the tale's teller is Caucasian, and his will-be conquest is Latino.
These tales are set in Florida, after all. Subtropical settings, interracial romance, and barely legal guys are just three of the wide range of fantasies portrayed in these stories. The author flirts with the stock characters of porn (the pizza delivery man, the landscaper, the married man on the downlow, the college jock, et al), but gives them just enough of a twist to make them fresh and interesting again.
The sex scenes are beyond scorching, leaving nothing to the imagination, and earthy as a freshly-tilled field. Slight editing oversights, especially with the punctuation, slow the reader down somewhat, but if you're a reader who loves men (and loves to read about men loving men), you'll barely notice. You'll be too busy looking for oven mitts to hold this smoking volume with.