to Pleasure : An Erotic Sci-Fi Novel by Brandon
Initiation into a secret band of mages, randy
youths whose intimate knowledge of pleasure and enchantment could
open portals to a higher reality, had strained Ander's body and
dazzled his senses. But mastering the ecstasy required to perform
magic was only half the challenge. Fighting a tyrant's scheme to
seize the vast power concealed in the magical realm had nearly
cost his life.
Ander's talent as a musician and his budding
prowess with sex magic are no match for an empire's legions. Even
Thane, a brilliant mage of radiant beauty and fierce
determination, has never faced such peril . . .
"This is an erotic novel (definitely!), but
it's even more a sword and sorcery adventure and a gay romance.
The main character is a young musician named Ander, and the story
starts when he meets two foxy guys who visit the brothel where he
works. Trouble shows up and Ander discovers his new friends are
far more mysterious than he had imagined. I love the characters,
who are people you really like and enjoy having adventures with.
They are emotionally involved with each other. I think this makes
the erotica way more interesting than in most novels. The sex is
vital to the plot, not just thrown in. There are lots of surprises
and an element of humor. So if you like classic sword and sorcery
(colorful magic, quests and adventures) as well as gay erotica,
this is your book. I thought it was a blast" -- Anonymous
Why do gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and
transgender individuals love science fiction so much? It's easy
when you think about it. We are dreamers. You have to be, really,
when you live in a world of people who are so afraid and hateful
of anyone who does not look like they do, live like they do, love
like they do. Respect, tolerance, diversity: they are still but a
dream on this planet...
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