Overview

Solo is cute. A couple is fun. But a threesome is off the chain. These three short erotic tales take you where you seldom travel. After reading A Threesome, you will be leery of boats, dream of pigs, and develop a new fondness for milk.
Solo is cute. A couple is fun. But a threesome is off the chain. These three short erotic tales take you where you seldom travel. After reading A Threesome, you will be leery of boats, dream of pigs, and develop...

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Overview

Solo is cute. A couple is fun. But a threesome is off the chain. These three short erotic tales take you where you seldom travel. After reading A Threesome, you will be leery of boats, dream of pigs, and develop a new fondness for milk.
Solo is cute. A couple is fun. But a threesome is off the chain. These three short erotic tales take you where you seldom travel. After reading A Threesome, you will be leery of boats, dream of pigs, and develop a new fondness for milk.

The Pig is a niche story for those raunchy pigs out there. A bite of satire, but very erotic.

In The Boat, horny crewman have their way with a nice "gentleman" who happens to be in the wrong place at the right time.

The MilkMan is the mildest of the three. Tale about a young man who gets milked my his Grandmother's country milkman.

Excerpt from The Boat

“Who you be taking pictures of our ship, mon? Who you be? Spy? DEA?”
“No Sir,” I answered weakly. By now, my neck was locked in the vise of a strong muscular arm.
“You lie negro!” He didn’t pronounce negro as an American would. It was like “nagro” with a Spanish lilt. I was dragged toward the ship. I tried to resist, but the vise around my neck tightened.
“Are you taking me to your Captain?” I managed to ask.
“El Capitan is sleeping well in his rooms. You will answer to us, "boy.”
Something about “boy,” that made me think there was more to these sailors than met the eye. I was dragged up the gangplank and pushed into the belly of the Kingston. I tumbled into some burlap bags. The men turned on a low light. They latched the big heavy door and put a huge chain across the bars. I looked around and saw that I was in what looked like a cargo hold. Stuffed burlap bags piled against one another like drunks in a jail cell. A sailor stomped his feet and a dozen rats scampered and scattered. I looked to my left and saw what seemed to be the petrified remains of an apelike creature clad in red boxer shorts. A chain was wound tightly around its neck. Cold chills washed over my body and I trembled. I quickly looked into eyes of the men who surrounded me. They were bright, lustful, and wild with a hunger. They gazed at me as if I were a lamb for them to skewer and devour.
“I want to see the captain of the ship. You have no right to kidnap me,” I said in the deepest man voice I could muster. But my voice was cracked and I sounded like a puppy yapping.
“Shut up, boy. We be the law right now. Capitan is sleeping and dreaming. Tell us who you be.”
“I was just visiting.”
“Visiting? Taking pictures at three o clock in the morning?”
“I couldn’t sleep.”
“You DEA slime.”
“No. No I’m not DEA.”
“You wearing a wire?”
“No.”

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045216500
  • Publisher: Wes Writers & Publishers
  • Publication date: 2/15/2012
  • Series: Gay Threesome
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 884,675
  • File size: 97 KB

Meet the Author

AC Adams loves gay erotica and wants you to love it also. That’s why he’s always striving to give you a lot of bang for your buck, so you can bang your buck. Someone said the best way for a young man to earn a living is to write about what he loves. I’ve taken writing courses at the University level and online through workshops. Courses alone don’t make one a better writer. A keen eye for detail and a lot of heart have to be added to the mix.
At the heart of my writing are my experiences. I’m a fiction writer not a memoirist. I fictionalize my truth and the truth of others.
I learned the craft of creative expression from my Mother. She taught me in more ways than one how to make up stories and to give people we knew alternate lives. I’m a member of Erotic Meets, the premier group for Erotica Writers. My unofficial Birth date is August 19, 1987. I’m not much younger or older than that. I’ve adopted Houston Texas right now. The kindness of readers keeps me going.

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