Kegs and Dorms by Kiernan Kelly,

Stephanie Vaughan, Jane Davitt

and Tory Temple

Torquere Press

Erotic M/M Anthology

ISBN 978-1-60370-526-4

Reviewed by Nannette

   

 

“Secui Domus” by Kiernan Kelly

After  the college Aiden Barrows attends kicks all the students out to treat the  asbestos problem in the dorms, he and a bunch of guys camp out at Hank’s gay bar, FUBAR. Aiden and his friend Bobby Hatcher strip to make extra money and Aiden comes up with a plan to turn FUBAR into a strip club a few times a week. They have a lot of issues to work out before opening night though. Hank’s got major personal problems that could affect everyone, and Aiden has a secret admirer who isn’t such a secret. Can they make it work and live happily ever after too?

Aside from being really sexy guys, Aiden and Bobby are adorable and good business men! “Secui Domus,” the x-rated computer game, is pure genius and I want it!  “Secui Domus” is a fun, romantic, and sexy story.

“Another Believer” by Stephanie Vaughan

David Sato and Jonah Simpson meet on the train on their way home. David thinks Jonah is the hottest guy he’s ever seen. He also thinks Jonah’s interest in him is too good to be true. But is it?

David’s shyness and disbelief that Jonah really likes him is endearing while Jonah’s attraction to David is sweet and hot. I liked the story a lot but I wanted a longer ending. “Another Believer” is a great story. I just wanted to see them find their happily ever after.

“Reading Between the Lines” by Jane Davitt

Seth Brookes and Gabriel Rossiter are roommates and they mostly hate each other, except when they’re secretly fantasizing about each other. There is something going on with Gabriel and if Seth doesn’t figure out what it is, he’ll never get the chance to see if they could be more than roommates.

“Reading Between the Lines” is a great story. It’s angst-filled and very emotional. It’s also sexy, fun and stars two awesome guys.  Seth and Gabe are so real. Their personalities leap off the pages. They’re very hot guys and the sex is even hotter. I would love to read more about them. I didn’t get my fill from “Reading Between the Lines.”

“What It's All About” by Tory Temple

Maxwell Tisdale and Devin Page are pledging the same fraternity. Devin is a party guy in every way. When Max gets the chance to party with him, he leaps at it. But soon Max wants more. Devin insists that he doesn’t have anything else to offer but Max isn’t so sure.

I was waiting for Devin to hurt Max, again. He’s one of those guys that is awesome and yet a jerk. I was on the edge of my seat waiting to see what would happen next. Devin is a bad boy, but I just knew there had to be a good guy in there somewhere. “What It's All About” has angst, hot sex, and a huge “awe!” moment at the end!

Sex, parties, long train rides, and college guys make for some very interesting stories.  Add some angst and romance and you’ve got Kegs and Dorms, an anthology that takes hot guys and gives them happily ever after! 

     

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