“Rune Luck” by Willa Okati
Gildfire was a happy go lucky sort. His
travel companion, Blackthorn was somber and grumpy from the
dismissal he’d recently received from his lover. Gildfire
burns with the need to let Blackthorn know he would like to be
more than just companions, but isn’t quite sure how to get
through that gruff demeanor and once he does if he’ll be
welcomed or turned away.
Willa Okati writes a cute story in
Rune Luck. Gildfire sits by pining for Blackthorn as he
believes Blackthorn is in mourning for his lost lover.
However, this isn’t the case at all. The discovery of the
truth will warm you all over as Gildfire and Blackthorn find
their way to each other.
“Dancing Queen” by Rob Knight
Jules, Six and Paul have fun getting
reading to go out to a club for a night of dancing. After they
get through the process of getting ready Six and Jules show
Paul just what dancing means to them and how fun it can be.
Paul was worried about having two left feet but after some
lessons from Jules his worries are gone.
Rob Knight, as always, spins a truly hot
and erotic tale with these three men. From the evening’s
preparations to the club scene in Dancing Queen, this
story is hot, hot, hot! This continues the story of Jules, Six
and Paul and is a must read. I believe you love it as much as
“The Tail of the Tiger” by Sean
When Trace’s truck breaks down, forcing
him to search out a pay phone in a local bar, he encounters a
bored patron who’d like to cause a problem. Igor, a quiet
cowboy, sitting at the bar watches the encounter ready to step
in if a fight breaks out to save the gorgeous stranger. After
Trace makes his phone call and finds he is stuck in the middle
of nowhere for the night he sits down for a beer. In the
course of the evening and some conversation, Igor offers to
let him crash at his place for the night and maybe compare
When Igor gets a glimpse of the good
looking stranger at the bar he is definitely interested and it
seems the interest is returned. Things get hot in The Tail
of the Tiger when the tattoo comparisons begins and even
hotter when they stop. I loved this Sean Michael story.
Rob Knight, Sean Michael and Willa Okati
put together a steaming anthology in Tattoos.
Tattoos has wonderful characters, sizzling scenes
and terrific storylines. I Joyfully Recommend Tattoos
as a must read. I loved all these stories and believe you will