An erotic collection of stories to steam up your Valentine’s Day…

Five Easy Chocolate Pieces: Troy Pettifer is a broken-hearted worker at a chocolate shop bemoaning his lot on the day before Valentine's Day. A customer comes in for five chocolate-covered cherries, and later comes back just as the store is closing for much more. Troy submits to the handsome man's orders and ...
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An erotic collection of stories to steam up your Valentine’s Day…

Five Easy Chocolate Pieces: Troy Pettifer is a broken-hearted worker at a chocolate shop bemoaning his lot on the day before Valentine's Day. A customer comes in for five chocolate-covered cherries, and later comes back just as the store is closing for much more. Troy submits to the handsome man's orders and realizes he may not have to be alone on Valentine's Day after all.

Candy Hearts: Dean Thomas grew up in a homophobic family. He has spent his adult life hiding who he is. Now he's ready for a new start in a new town. Jesse James Dalton gave his heart away and had it broken. But when he walks into his twin sister's bakery, Sweet Things, and sees the town’s new veterinarian, his heart gets a jolt. Is it enough to let go of the past and try again?

Young Man and the Sea: Was there a chance for Fox to find love on a singles cruise for both gays and straights? Kenny seemed an alluring prospect, if a bit young, but he was only legally single. He was aboard the ship with his boyfriend, who had a determined agenda. Was Fox to remain odd man out on a romantic cruise…or were things less hopeless than they seemed?

Stupid Cupid: Valentine’s Day had to be the most useless of all holidays. It wasn’t even real – just a day made up by greeting card manufacturers. That’s what Brandon thought anyway. Nothing in any of his relationships over the years had ever caused him to change his mind. When good looking young newspaper man Jeremy literally falls into his lap one day, Brandon is intrigued by the man and does everything he can to attract his interest. But when a misunderstanding threatens their new found happiness, Brandon takes an unusual step to get Jeremy to forgive him by giving him a Valentine’s Day he’ll never forget.

Cara Darling: Scott Matthews drops in on the Heroes and Rogues boys for a spring fling and as soon as he sees Cara, he knows his broken heart has found its home.
Cara isn't another old lady. She's the broad of all broads. Wearing the title of Mama or the club's sheep, Cara has been passed around more than a jar of moonshine, but for some reason, Scott wants her.
And she's not about to turn a good man down.

Generous Reception: Valentine's Day is fast approaching, and Daniel's mother is getting ready to walk down the aisle with her longtime--and socially conservative--beau on the most romantic day of the year. Though he is happy for her, Daniel is worried about naming the date he'd like to bring to the ceremony...his longtime boyfriend Scott.

To Love, Honor, and Trust: Cooper and Wyatt seemed perfectly matched, the ideal couple until Cooper found out one crucial bit of information he hadn’t known about Wyatt, and his trust was shattered entirely. Now it looked like they would be spending Valentine’s Day—and the rest of their lives—apart. Was there any way Wyatt could salvage their relationship?

The Right Combination: Gabriel has finally fell in love. When he met Mario something clicked and the two men fell in love at first sight. Gabriel told Mario everything about his best friend Izzy and Mario couldn't wait to meet her. Unfortunately Izzy’s reaction to them together was not what they were expecting.
Will Izzy's reaction ruin the best thing to happen to Gabriel and Mario?

Cupid, Inc: When Dexter takes a job at Cupid, Inc., a male hook-up website, he never imagined that he’d find the one man who'd been haunting his dreams--a handsome young Graduate Assistant named Zack who was advertising online for a date. Dexter's best friend Candy talks him into answering the ad, not as himself, but as X, a sexy, edgy young man who is nothing at all like Dexter. Will Zack find out that X is just Dexter, dressed up in sexy boots, leather pants and makeup? Will it make a difference? And will Zack and Dexter find their way to true love?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148267805
  • Publisher: Dark Hollows Press, LLC
  • Publication date: 2/7/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 467,706
  • File size: 418 KB

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  • Posted February 9, 2014

    Normally I stay away from anthologies, due mainly to the fact th

    Normally I stay away from anthologies, due mainly to the fact that you get some "bummers", some "OK's" and if you are really lucky, some "keepers - I want more" stories.  This collection is unique, I read them all and liked them all!  Yes, there  was some "OK's" but all of them were readable.  All the books were fairly short and the book descriptions given were very accurate so I won't repeat, as anything I add, would be classed as "spoilers" and therefore would diminish the reading pleasure.  The book started off with "Five easy chocolate pieces" by Danielle Summers.  A short little sub/dom offering.  It was one of the "OK's" for me, purely due to length - very short.  Then we had "Candy Hearts" by Faith Gibson.  A very sweet valentine offering and I thoroughly enjoyed it!  "The young man and the sea" by Diana Sheridan was next.  Another "OK" for me, as I didn't feel any real connection to the characters maybe due to length?  We then had "Stupid Cupid" by Susan E. Scott.  This was one of my "really good ones" and I thoroughly enjoyed it.  The author made the storyline believable, very entertaining and a good offering for romantics everywhere.  "Cara Darling" came next, authored by Destiny Blaine.  Though I haven't read any of these books in the series, the author engaged the reader right from the start and I picked up the storyline really well.  So much so, that I will be checking out the other books in this series, especially "Logan and Sassy's" story.  Tavish Lee's "Generous Reception" came next.  A short "coming out" storyline which I again thoroughly enjoyed.  Then we are offered "To love, honor and trust" again by Diana Sheridan.  I enjoyed this one much better than her first book - Wyatt is "bi" and meets Cooper, they fall in love and discuss marriage, then it all goes wrong!  As said, I really liked this story and the author did really well in getting this storyline compacted into a whole story in just a few pages - well done author!  A. j. Kelts came next with "The right combination" and I really, really liked this storyline.  It was unique, funny and romantic and I would have loved to have found out what happens to "Izzy" - a ménage with Gabriel and Marco??  The last book was "Cupid Inc" by Shannon West.  This was great fun and I loved it".  " X" and Zack were wonderful and I laughed out loud when "X" camped it up at the party".  Classic!  

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