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Manly Hospitality - A Sexy M M Gay Erotic Romance Short Story from Steam Books - cover

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Manly Hospitality - A Sexy M M Gay Erotic Romance Short Story from Steam Books

Steam Books, Dara Tulen

Publisher: Steam Books

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Summary

Lawyer Tristan Perry has been jaded since his last relationship ended badly and never wants to fall in love again. Everything changes when, due to a freak blizzard, Tristan meets Bryce Stanton, a handsome writer who shows Tristan that it's okay to open his heart again.WARNING: This 4,171-word short story (about 22 pages) is a steamy read that features explicit scenes of passionate lovemaking between men and may be too much for some readers to handle!

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