Tommyhawk's Fantasies: Broken Wing [NOOK Book]

Overview

Gay erotic stories with explicit language. Twelve stories, an eclectic mix of eclectic stories. Here are blurbs about some of the stories inside:

Broken Wing-- A simple peasant working the land, he had always known the angels just as small forms high in the sky. Then one cold, rainy day, he finds an injured angel lying in his field with a broken wing. He sets out to mend the...
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Tommyhawk's Fantasies: Broken Wing

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Overview

Gay erotic stories with explicit language. Twelve stories, an eclectic mix of eclectic stories. Here are blurbs about some of the stories inside:

Broken Wing-- A simple peasant working the land, he had always known the angels just as small forms high in the sky. Then one cold, rainy day, he finds an injured angel lying in his field with a broken wing. He sets out to mend the angel's wing and finds himself with the oddest sort of reward in turn.

A God in Bed--Thelonious had prayed to the god Apollo every morning, speaking of his longing for the god portrayed in gold-leaf in the statue before him. But one night, there is a voice in answer to his prayers, for the god has heard his prayers and intends to join him that very night in his bed. And what happens next turns out to not be what he expected of a heavenly lover.

Underneath the Dock--Our hero is sitting on a dock, while underneath, a surfer stud and his girl are making out. But when she leaves the surfer high and dry, our hero steps in to save the day.

How to Draw the Prophet Mohammed--Jerry's friend and sometime-lover was Hank, an artist with a knack for drawing the kind of art that really makes you think (after you get over being offended, that is). But Hank is going all out this time, he wants to draw the prophet Mohammed for one of his works, and all Jerry can do is go along for the ride!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014188975
  • Publisher: Milford Slabaugh
  • Publication date: 4/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 202 KB

Meet the Author

I have been writing since the age of eight and sold my first short story at eighteen. I started writing gay erotica about 1985 and started my gay erotica webpage, Tommyhawk's Fantasy World circa 1990. It became a paysite in 1995 and I wrote hundreds of short stories and series for it. I have now closed this paysite for financial reasons and am pleased to have eBooks as a viable way to continue to offer my writings to interested readers.
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