Overview

An Xcite Books collection of five gay short stories with mixed themes including contemporary, historical, m/m, BDSM, exhibitionism and voyeurism.

Kid Trouble’s Dragon by Jason Haywood

He has a real bad thing for tattoos, and the men who often get them. Not the scrappy doodles but proper work done with skill and an eye for detail. For him, they turn a hot guy into something far hotter. So you can imagine how much of an impact Kid Trouble – ...

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Kid Trouble's Dragon

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Overview

An Xcite Books collection of five gay short stories with mixed themes including contemporary, historical, m/m, BDSM, exhibitionism and voyeurism.

Kid Trouble’s Dragon by Jason Haywood

He has a real bad thing for tattoos, and the men who often get them. Not the scrappy doodles but proper work done with skill and an eye for detail. For him, they turn a hot guy into something far hotter. So you can imagine how much of an impact Kid Trouble – The Tattooed Terror – makes on him when he sees him performing in Ted Harker’s Circus of Curiosities. And why he desperately wanted to get a private viewing later on …

Film Noir by Ed Nichols

Scott reluctantly agrees to help out at the foreign film festival run by his boyfriends, Xavier and Ben, even though he can't think of a more boring way to spend a nice day. Once his work is done, he decides to steal a nap in the back of the theatre during a particularly boring film. But when Scott gets caught snoring, Ben and Xavier exact their revenge.

Model Me by Lynn Lake

The art class model was as beautiful as any Old Master’s painting, an original unveiled right there in front of everyone. Louis licked his cracked dry lips, as he studied that which all of the women and men (straight and otherwise) were openly gaping unartistically at – the smooth, cut, hooded cock that dangled from the model’s groin to awesome effect. The young artist knew right then he had to paint his own private portrait of the model, the erotic image that poured out of his fevered mind and onto his frenzied brush. And then he turned art into life, beyond his wildest imaginings.

Taking the Bait by P.A Friday

Sometimes, the best way to get what you want is to lay out the bait and wait for someone to take it – in this case, a pretty boy who’s willing to be led through the evening streets with a makeshift leash around his neck, prepared to do whatever you ask of him…

Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter by Beverly Langland

Falsely accused of stealing, Midshipman George Ludlow suffers a degrading flogging and is put ashore in Antigua. Abandoned in a strange land with no money, no friends, and having to find his own way home, George is obliged to beg. An old sailor looks kindly on George and offers to buy him supper in exchange for his story. George has much to tell, but will the old sailor take pity on George, or take advantage of a vulnerable young man?

These stories also appear in Bad Boys published by Xcite Books.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781908917928
  • Publisher: Xcite Books
  • Publication date: 11/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 57
  • Sales rank: 1,256,642
  • File size: 104 KB

Meet the Author

Lynn Lake’s fantasies could fill a book – and have (or, at least, parts of many, many books). Her imagination substitutes for a somewhat dreary existence in the middle of nowhere home to a particularly harsh climate. She’s a frustrated crime writer (few markets) and an unfulfilled SF author (no science background). Her erotic experiences, frankly, look better on paper, where she need not discriminate based on couplings, positionings, flogging devices, and/or binding materials. Rich, thick, wet ink spilling out of the golden nib of a finely-crafted fountain pen onto bright, white, textured paper is a form of ecstasy to her, free of STD’s.

She has a cat and an insatiable craving to express herself. 

Inspiration comes from everywhere, everything, and everybody she meets or sees or visualizes, but mostly from her mind (very often early in the morning when she first wakes up). She doesn’t wait for the wet muse to tingle her in the appropriate places, however; oftentimes she just sits and stares at a blank piece of paper (Hilroy, lined, in a wire-bound notebook) until an idea strikes her and she pen-strokes it, first into a brief outline, and then into a full story (which usually goes through a, minimum, three-draft process). She’s fairly well-read and quite good at mimicking other styles, which helps in the whole process, as does her natural shyness.

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He smiled and offered a hand to help me up into the trailer. ‘Come on in. I wasn’t sure if you’d turn up or not – most people find some of the work I’ve had done to be more than a little off-putting. Do you want a drink? I’ve only got vodka, and nothing to go with it except ice…’

‘Vodka rocks is fine by me,’ I said, looking around at the way the trailer had been fitted out. Long periods on the road couldn’t have been too pleasant, but the trailer was clean, tidy, and deceptively spacious.

Handing me the glass he sat down beside me on the sofa bench and, in a slightly resigned tone, he asked me whether or not I really found him attractive. ‘Yeah, I know you paid to go round and see the whole freak show a couple of times, and you certainly seemed to be into the artwork. But when you said I was beautiful did you mean me, or just this?’ He pulled open the neck of the kimono to expose more of his tattooed chest and pecs. ‘Some people just turn up just for the cheap thrill of it all. They really find the whole idea of full body tattooing to be repulsive but get a kick over looking at it all the same. It’s rare to find someone appreciative of the art and also interested in me.’

Looking at his expressive brown eyes, the shock of light brown hair falling down over his forehead, the slightly pointed nose and expressive lips, I felt I wanted to take him in my arms and just hold him tightly. Silently I took his hand and placed it palm down into my crotch, letting it rest firmly on the bulge my cock was making.

He murmured appreciatively, then put both our drinks to one side before taking me by the hand and leading me down to the curtain dividing the trailer.

On the other side was a large, fold-away bed, about the size of a double, and over it had been stretched a very clean, white cotton sheet. Moving away from me a little he slowly he opened the kimono and let it drop to the floor – leaving him almost totally naked except for a thong-like posing pouch, with its drawstring tided over one hip. Beneath the mass of coloured inks I could see that his body was wonderfully muscled and trim, but not overworked, and there was a lithe suppleness and agility in the way he stood and moved. Calm and confident rather than embarrassed and shy in what he did. His chest had been waxed smooth, and sometime in the past he’d had his nipples pierced because discreet chrome rods with rounded ends sparkled a little in the electric light coming through the windows. A quick glance down at the pouch showed me it was already being pushed away from his groin by his rigid cock – yet before I could move to do something about it he climbed onto the bed and calmly laid down in the centre of it on his back. That was when I realised the plain white sheet was there not only to protect the mattress but also as something for him to display himself on.

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