Chrome by Tory Temple

Torquere Press

Erotic M/M Anthology

ISBN 978-1-60370-693-3

Reviewed by Nannette




Nick has fallen in love with a shiny new Fiat. It takes a little convincing to get his lover John to agree to buy it, but then John’s the one who falls in love. When times get tough though, something has to go, and neither wants it to be the car.

Nick and John have some great times in the Fiat. Hot, steamy times that always leave them wanting more. “Gleam” is fun and very sexy. It starts off being about a car and ends up a story about two guys who really love each other.  



Evan Talbot gets his father’s Fiat for a graduation present. Before he leaves for college at the end of the summer, he and his best friend Leo spend a lot of time driving around in it.  That’s not all they do in that car. Two best friends become more after a few steamy summer nights parked by the ocean.

I love, love, love “Glow.”  Best friends, first times, and a really cool car are what it’s all about. The only thing wrong with “Glow” is that it ends just as Evan and Leo’s story is beginning. “Glow” is the start of what could be a great novel.



Tanner has finally found the Fiat he’s been searching for to show off at a car show. He’s especially excited to show Billy his new ride. Billy likes the car and he likes Tanner too.

“Glimmer” is another great story about new beginnings. The sexual tension between Tanner and Billy is perfect and it hints at some great times to come. Once again, I want more. I’m not nearly done reading about these two!   


It’s been a while since I’ve read such a great anthology. Chrome is a cool concept. One car, several great guys, and some steamy sex make three terrific stories. Everything about Chrome rocks, except that I want more, especially from “Glimmer” and “Glow.” “Gleam” is awesome as well, but ending where it does is just right for it. “Glimmer” and “Glow” could be incredible novels, and I would be willing to beg for more.


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