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A Naughty Nights Press Gay Male Fiction Anthology

The Boys Club

Eleven authors – twelve naughty male-on-male stories that will bring you to your knees.

Join the authors and find out just what happens – what only exclusive members are privileged to see – in “The Boys Club”

Our author’s kinky characters tell all about the sexual escapades they partake of within the pages of The Boys Club in their individual gay male stories.


Fanboys – Stella Harris
Room For Two – J.S. Morbius
Getting Fit – Abby Hayes
Irish Sea – Rachel Carling
Daemonic Desires – Eve
Race Day – A Boy’s Club Initiation – Cassandre Dayne
A Night at San Gregorio Beach – Pablo Michaels
Opposites Attract – J.S. Morbius
Heat Of The Desert – Jill Boyd
The Night I Learned Chemistry – Garland
Panties in a Bunch – BLMorticia
The Bigger The Bill, The Bigger The Thrill – Logan Zachary

In the Red
Kari Gregg
LooseId [link to buy]

Rating: 4 out of 5 paddles

Brian Foster is a broken man, scared and alone. He was one of the FBI’s top forensic accountants, able to see patterns in money movement that nobody else could and taking down some of the most dangerous terrorists in the process. But a year ago he was abducted, brutalized to find out what he knew, and left for dead. Now he lives alone on an isolated farm in Maryland, with enough guns to create a small army and enough lights to chase every shadow from every room, all night long.

Even with his debilitating post traumatic stress (PTSD) the FBI wants Foster back on the job. Zachary Murdock is one of the agents they put on the job. But while Foster may be heavily damaged, he still has some fight left in him, at least in the daytime, and he rebuffs the agents’ appeal. The agents stay on guard outside the house, on the pretense that Foster is still in danger. Then, one dark and stormy night (don’t worry, the author didn’t put it that way), Murdock thinks Foster, spooked by a power outage, is in trouble and breaks in to help. He finds Foster balled up in a corner desperately trying to keep the demons at bay with a couple of flashlights.

Murdock goes to comfort Foster, and there’s a powerful attraction between the two men. Foster may be a snotty, bullheaded geek but he’s also a man with strong submissive urges that have been bottled up for a year. The big strong G-man, with dominant desires he’s never acted on, is exactly what Brian needs. It soon becomes clear that Murdock’s assignment to this case was no accident.

This is a sweet, sweet story, with just enough darkness around the edges to keep it from being saccharin. While both men acknowledge their attraction to each other, neither is ready to act on it right away. Zachary is still FBI agent Murdock, responsible for Foster’s protection, and Brian needs to learn to trust someone else again.

What follows is several chapters of what can best be described as drawn out foreplay. Fully around a third of the book is devoted to this mating dance, as Zachary discovers just how strong Brian’s need to submit is, as well as how strongly Foster is fighting to throw off his PTSD. When the two finally get some time alone in a bedroom, we get a glimpse into Brian’s tastes when he shows Zachary his toy box. Before his abduction, Brian liked to be tied down and used, and that’s a part of his life he wants back. But in what becomes a recurring theme, Zachary has to understand the difference between what Brian wants and what he needs. Another recurring theme is the degree of control that subs really have over their doms.

There isn’t really any hard core BDSM in this book, due to Brian’s condition. At most, there’s a couple of spankings. But this is a really strong D/s story that unfolds beautifully, which is why I’ve given it a 4 out of 5. This is easily the best work yet I’ve read by this author. The story-telling is strong and consistent. The ending seems to leave room for a sequel, so perhaps we’ll yet get to see Zachary play with some of the things in Brian’s toy box.

Reviewed by Michael Joseph

Megan Slayer
Total E Bound [link to buy]

Rating: 2 out of 5 Paddles

River Cortland is severely damaged goods. As “Permanent” opens, he’s shivering in the cold outside a sex club, beaten, bruised and bloodied. The story of what happened only comes out in bits and pieces as the book unfolds. It seems that River has suffered under the attentions of a very bad domme. She wanted him to be a pain slut, which he’s not, but she thought she could make him one. She didn’t respect his boundaries, and when he tried to safe-word she gagged him. Then she let her friends at the club where they played do whatever they wanted to inflict the maximum amount of pain and humiliation. River is not only physically beaten, he’s also terrified. He was barebacked by he doesn’t know how many men, while others pissed and ejaculated on the open whip wounds on his back. He has no idea what kind of STDs he may have picked up.

To the rescue comes Tory, River’s roommate. He answers River’s panicked call to come to the club and take him home. River refuses to go to the hospital, so Tory helps him wash and holds him together through the night. The gay-identified River has always had a crush on his roommate, who he thinks is straight, and quite a player as well.

Tory, a sportscaster for a local television station, is a player alright, only he plays for both teams. He’s had his eye on River since the day he moved in. Once River recovers physically from his ordeal, Tory makes his move on the surprised River. The two start an intense physical relationship, but for River there’s a problem: Despite his bad experience, he’s still a man who needs to submit. He has to find out if Tory can dominate him before he can know if the relationship can go anywhere. So, he brings Tory to another club to meet his friend Griffin and his sub Tina.

Griffin and Tina introduce Tory to the D/s scene, and Tory turns out to have a strong dominant streak, which surprises him as much as it pleases River. The rest of the book is mostly consumed with a drawn-out will-they / won’t-they story line. Both men have reasons to hold back. River is still traumatized by what his domme did to him. Although he’s tested free of any diseases, he still feels tainted by the experience, unworthy of being loved and unable to open up to Tory about what was done to him. Tory is a man with real commitment issues. He’s never been in a long term relationship, with a man or a woman, and things with River are obviously complicated. He also has concerns about what coming out might do to his career.

While the scene in which River is brutalized was obviously intense, it’s never described in any detail. We get only brief glimpses of it through occasional flashbacks. The only BDSM actually described in the story is the light D/s scene with Griffin and Tina. There is lots of sex between Tory and River, and as a one-handed read “Permanent” isn’t bad. However, the author seemed to be going for romance, and on that score the book isn’t very successful. The storytelling is rather muddled. At times it’s hard to tell who is talking, or even telling the story, since the point of view switches back and forth between the two main characters. The story is drawn out mainly by having one of the characters undergo a major mood swing. This happens so much that it got rather annoying. The writer needed to find another plot device.

Reviewed by Michael Joseph

Hard as Stone
Sara Brookes
Ellora’s Cave [link to buy]

Rating: 3 out of 5 Paddles

Gothic fans, lover of Gargoyles, this is the book for you! There is something about a Gargoyle or in this book; Grotesques that is so sexy to me. Gargoyles are stone creatures created to allow rain to siphon off buildings, like a downspout. Grotesques are stone carvings which do not function as a downspout. See, reading erotic novels are educational. In Ms. Brookes’s Hard as Stone, we meet a guardian watching over Brady. Brady is a trauma surgeon who is burned out. Alone and depressed from the latest string of patient deaths, Brady is lost. Garrett has been watching Brady for years. He’s there to protect and aid Brady.

When Garrett finally reveals himself to Brady, a sigh of relief can be heard. This symbiotic relationship is the start of a new chapter, for both. I found this story to be very sweet and heartwarming. This is the book I’d read when I’m down and out and want a bit of sweet loving and cuddling. The BDSM in this story is very light. So light that I’m not sure I can even classify it as SugarKink. The erotic scenes between Garrett and Brady are smexy and delightful. I enjoyed it on a sunny Sunday afternoon.

This contemporary m/m love story poses no heavy conflict. There are no dire situations or love wronged that need to be set right. Instead, it’s about two lovers who finally meet and come together. One who has been yearning for years while the other is oblivious. Yet when the truths are revealed, the heart recognizes each other and we end with a start to something magical. I recommend this book to m/m lovers who want a little bit of magic to their story.

Reviewed by Book Addict

1. When you first started writing, did you have any idea you’d be writing BDSM/kinky books? Do you write in any other genre?

When I first started, I honestly didn’t think other people had the same kinks… boy was I wrong. The more I got out there and read, the more I realized that a lot of people enjoy kinks.  Honestly, though, my kink is part of the characterization rather than just having BDSM as my genre.  Tom from Blowback adores getting tied up in bed, but he couldn’t switch if you paid him and he doesn’t like pain. Ferro from “Shepherd, Slave, and Vow” loves bondage in and out of bed, and a little pain is just a bonus. Vinnie from Gathering Storm will kill for a good whipping while Paige from Insistent Hunger likes to be in control, but I don’t think she even realizes that she has a kinkier side. However, the sexual appetites are part of their character, not the genre.  The genre covers the gamut from science fiction and fantasy to mystery to drama.  And not all my couples are kinky. In my science fiction series Desert World, Shan and Temar are so vanilla that they would be totally bewildered by the idea of kink.


3. Are you actively involved in BDSM? If so how do you identify yourself? Dom(me)/sub? Top/bottom? Switch?

I have gone to play parties, but I’m really most interested in voyeurism in real life. I have a few trust issues, but I adore watching. However, when I do play, I’m a bit of a switch.  I may love playing with the boys– dominating a really strong man is a rush and a half– but when it comes to women, there is nothing I like more than a strong woman. Subbing for some confident, powerful woman is a pure joy. I think that comes out pretty clearly in my writing, and it’s probably why I write both gay and het romances… because I truly find both genders sexy. I guess I am surprised how many people write BDSM who have never seen any of it.  The Internet is a wonderful tool, so find a local group and you’ll meet some incredibly welcoming and open folk.


4. At what point did you decide you wanted to write BDSM/kinky-themed erotica?

I was reading a piece of amateur fiction that featured a scene in which a character was suspended from the ceiling using standard cuffs (not suspension cuffs) and the Dom kept his partner up there for hours.  I couldn’t enjoy it because I kept thinking 1) with regular cuffs the wrists won’t last. You’re looking at a trip to the hospital for damaged ligaments and 2) hanging someone from their arms will lead to restricted breathing, and not in the good way.  So, I complained to a friend.  She told me that was nothing and she sent me a whole file of professional fiction that had scenes that scared me.  I mean, I’ve watched bloodplay and whippings without flinching (actually, they were hot), but the scenes in these books made me cringe.  My friend has been an active Domme for years and she challenged me to write something hot and edgy and dangerous… but something that wouldn’t leave people hospitalized.  I ended up writing Out of Balance, which is still my hardest core BDSM title.


6. Is there one area of BDSM that you tend to write about more? Why do you think that area creeps into your writing more than some others?

My favorite kink has to be a truly strong submissive. I think it takes a lot of strength to yield to another person, and I love watching a strong character, like Tom, lay down that strength for someone else.   In Out of Balance, Jeremy is deeply submissive and struggles without a dominant, but he’s not weak. He carries out a complex revenge plot and is a dangerous man in his own right.  It’s only once he has his dominant that he becomes willing to sit at his master’s feet and let that strength be tamed. Tom from Blowback would happily wade into any fight with a gun and a load of grenades.  Oh, wait, he actually does do that.  However, give him a strong woman that he can trust and love, and he yields gracefully. I love the idea of the absolute trust implied by submission, and watching that trust returned by a dominant who respects the submission is truly amazing.


7. Is there an area that is BDSM/kink-related that you haven’t written about yet that you’re interested in?

I would love to do something with Aristotle’s perversion. According to history, Aristotle loved to have his wife ride him like a horse.  For years I’ve had this idea of a very dominant man—a police officer who is riding too close to the edge and making some bad calls.  He’s ordered into therapy to evaluate his mental state, and the therapist recognizes that this man can’t trust anyone.  His inability to trust and his deep-set belief he always has to be in control is sending him over the edge, so his therapist suggests that he learn to trust others by putting himself in a position where he has to trust.  I haven’t written it yet, but I would love to delve into puppy play or pony play with this strong man who would be a strong, wild, difficult to tame submissive, and taking on the persona of an animal would allow him to do this without feeling like he was submitting, it would be a role he was playing, only he’d find the role was more comfortable than he expected.  I also like to sketch.  Mind you, I don’t know that I’m particularly good, but I’d like to do something with my art.  I have a number of sketches with a curly-haired dominant and his collared slave.  One day, I hope to have a story to match the images.



8. Do you write BDSM/kink erotica based on what you find interesting or sexy, or do you write more for your audience?

I definitely write for myself.  My women are strong, my men are equally strong, but willing to bend to their lover’s whims. I know femdom isn’t as popular as the alpha-male centered story, but that’s what I find hot.  Now, I will decide which of two ideas to write depending on which I think more people might enjoy.  I wrote the paranormal Insistent Hunger  while my pony play piece is stuck in my head, so I do keep audience in mind.  However, I couldn’t write a piece that I didn’t find titillating.


11. What is your favorite fetish? Why?

Submitting.  That’s it.  Watching someone strong lay down that strength for a partner they trust is the hottest thing in the world.  Beyond that, every couple is different.  Tom has to be tied down to really let himself stop fighting.  Brady doesn’t need to be tied down, but he does need Paige to step up and really take charge, and Jeremy… that boy pretty much needs every toy in the book. He wants pain with that submission.  Like I said, every character has a personality and a backstory that has to match which kinks that character indulges in. I like watching characters find their own kinks.


20. Who is your favorite BDSM/kinky author? Movie?

While this is a little off-topic, I have to mention that I *swear* the Dukes of Hazard warped my sexual identity.  When I was a girl, I adored that show, and not because the plots were any good (I recognized bad writing even back then).  However, did anyone else notice how often Bo Duke got tied up by women?  The car-jacking women tied him to their Jeep.  The pretty daughters of the moonshiner who lived in the swamp caught him in a net… and then later he went back to visit them and they had him tied up in their boat. I swear, that man spent more time tied up than he did driving his car… either that or I really just remember to good parts. I still have fond fantasies of a tied up Bo Duke.  In terms of books, I like Jane Davitt and Veronica Leigh Marquette and Lady Blade who wrote my own favorite guilty pleasure: The Hostage.


Lyn Gala, author of Out of Balance and “Shepherd, Slave, and Vow,” both BDSM romances, and any number of other novels with characters who love to indulge in a little bondage, erotic whipping or rope play while they solve the mystery of the week or fight aliens.

Author  Website: http://litgal.org/ficoriginal.htm







Hi, everyone. *sips coffee* Thanks for having me over here! I’m Lee Brazil, author of m/m romance for Breathless Press and Story Orgy. I write primarily contemporary erotic romance, with an occasional foray into some other genre, like paranormal or historical. Occasionally an element of kink wanders in as well. A character will wind up with a fetish for biting, or a fondness for being tied up. Maybe he’ll enjoy role playing and toys. How can it be helped? Everyone has a little bit of kink, even if they don’t realize it. That doesn’t mean you’re one step away from a full on D/s lifestyle.

How can you not realize it? Well, I’m not sure. Probably because some things we all take for granted, just accept as a normal part of our lives, or as a delightful aspect of sex, are in reality, just the tiniest bit kinky. One man’s vanilla is another man’s kink? You know, I never considered biting kinky, until someone told me they’d never heard of people biting one another during sex. I guess that makes it slightly kinky. (more…)

Three Men and a Bounty
Gigi Moore
Siren Publishing [link to buy]
ISBN-10: 1606018922
ISBN-13: 978-1606018927

Rating: 1 out of 5 Paddles

Well, partner, what ya got here is a tale of the old west, about three men who find they have a right powerful hankering for each other. As if a menage wasn’t complicated enough, one of the men is a US Marshall, and a former slave. In the post civil war period, that’s a big complication. But wait, the author apparently thought, let’s make it even more complicated. Let’s make one of the other men a shape-shifter, able to take the form of a wolf at will.

There are so many potentially big issues that this story could have addressed, or used to dramatic effect, but most of them get short shrift. James is the black US Marshall, and the oldest of the three men. The racial issue gets brought up often, but when it comes to the other two men, there’s little exploration of how they feel about their attraction to a man of color. This is a constant problem with the story, every issue that should prove a barrier and provide some drama to the story is often simply brushed aside. For more than half the book, we’re told that shifters like Troy, the middle man in the threesome, are feared and hunted down like the animals they become. When Troy decides almost spontaneously to show what he is to his two admirers and shifts into his wolf form, their reaction could easily be summed up as simply, “Cool!” No fear, no suspicion, nothing. Just instant acceptance with few, if any, questions.

Chris is the third and youngest man in the menage. At just 21 years old, he’s probably seen more pain than a young man should, but he’s still anxious to show he’s a full grown man. Chris is something of a catalyst that draws the group together, and both of the older men quickly grow very protective of the younger man, who they see as still innocent, even though, sexually, he is perhaps the most wanton of the three.

When the three finally get some uninterrupted time together, James takes complete control in a very dominant fashion. This could well be an interesting D/s/s story, but it’s just the one scene. There’s also some light bondage (restraints and a blindfold). Yet again, we’re given some story elements that could be quite interesting to explore, but they’re promptly dropped and hardly mentioned again.

The writing is capable, although it telegraphs too much of where the story is headed. There are a few uses of anachronistic words, but I don’t think they would bother the casual reader. It’s just disappointing to have so many ideas introduced and not developed. It’s almost like someone sat down and looked at the themes of all the popular romance books and created a shopping list of story elements to be included. It might get a lot of people interested in the book, but it’s not a very satisfying read.

Reviewed by Michael Joseph

Needing Harte
1-800-DOM-help series
Marilu Mann
Ellora’s Cave [link to buy]

Rating: 4 out of 5 Paddles

Part of the 1-800-DOM-help series. Harte Donovan has a problem. A murder leads to him wanting a sexy stripper bound and naked in front of him. He can’t let his secret desires ruin his career as a detective. But when he’s given a mysterious business card, Harte discovers a side of himself he intends to fully embrace. Ramey Nichols strips for a living and he’s not willing to pretend to be something he’s not. When this sexy submissive meets the closeted cop and unwitting Dom, something has got to give. That something might just be Ramey. Ramey knows what he wants, and more than that, finds himself Needing Harte.

Needing Harte was just plain “Wow”. This story is a novella at only 83 pages, but boy, does it pack a punch. I don’t usually read stories in the m/m genre but decided to try this one and I can honestly say I am really glad that I did.

Harte knows very little about being a Dom or anything involved in the BDSM lifestyle, but Ramey picks up on Harte’s natural tendencies when they first meet. As Ramey and Harte start to explore, Harte feels like he’s found the missing piece of himself within his dominance.

Harte and Ramey burn up the pages of this story from page one. It is refreshing to see a story where the dominant is learning and the submissive is not constantly pushing the limits. I also really enjoyed the supporting characters and their assistance in keeping an uncollared sub safe and helping a new Dom learn the ropes. Marilu Mann’s writing style really set this story apart and I enjoyed the feelings and insight into this new relationship.

Reviewed by Star

Down and Dirty
G A Hauser
GA Hauser Collection LLC [link to buy]
ISBN-10: 146351073X
ISBN-13: 978-1463510732

Rating: 4 out of 5 Paddles

Down and Dirty at first glance is merely a book that lives up to it’s name in every delicious way. So much so that even I raised an eyebrow and I have read books as down and dirty as it gets. We are taken into a world of leather and tattoo’s, blue collar studs and biker’s. This is not your usual peek at the gay lifestyle and there is not an effeminate male in sight. Down and Dirty is pure male sensuality and testosterone at it’s finest as Jean DuLac the mild mannered art history Professor discovers a world he never knew existed when he meets brother’s Harry and Clyde Callahan at Harry’s Down and Dirty tattoo parlor.

As I progressed to the heart of the story I discovered that this story had heart, and much more of it than I expected it to. There is a strange dynamic between brother’s Harry and Clyde that Jean cannot put his finger on, and as we delve deeper we discover the raw and unhealed wounds of past secrets that linked the two brother’s into a complex and difficult to define relationship. Will Jean embrace their brotherly bond? or will the bond destroy the tentative love he shares with Harry before they can ever make a go of it?

Down and Dirty is a delicious story with some lovely light BDSM, tender moments and hot 2 way; 3 way and 4 way homoerotica. I particularly enjoyed the tattoo shop setting and the beautiful ink. I give it a good 4 out of 5 paddles.

Reviewed by CaliGirl

Half a Man
Scarlett Blackwell
Silver Publishing [link to buy]

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Paddles

Jack is hired by Robert to be a companion. Robert is in a wheelchair and he is still functional , but his handicap has made him stay inside. He has been away from men for two years. Jack has other clients and is very professional. When Robert hesitates Jack gently urges Robert, asking him what he would like him to do next.

They have conversations, drink tea and have sweet rolls. They grow more fond of each others company besides the fact that Robert is once again able to enjoy the sexual company of a man. Jack feels strange. Being the object of affection and attention instead of giving it to his suitor.

I have always said I’m not a fan of historical romance, meaning I don’t actively seek this genre out to read. But in doing reviews I am finding out the setting can come to life and frame the story just as nicely. I have never read anything by this author but I enjoyed this book about a handicapped man finding love. As I read the story further it becomes more clear why Robert wants to pay for companionship rather than seek a genuine relationship. But as it sometimes happens even using someone for only pleasure can turn into real love. The D/s theme is present but lightly used. Jack is given commands and finds he is sexually excited when he is told what to do by Robert. I would recommend this to fans of sensual m/m romance with a historical setting.

Reviewed by Sizzling Miss Kim