Dream Series


1 – A Dream Come True
Mike is thrilled when his old university crush turns up at his door in answer to his roommate advertisement. Wes doesn’t remember him at all, or even realize he’s gay, but that doesn’t stop Mike from pursuing a determined campaign to seduce him. The trouble is, Mike isn’t ready to give up his free and easy lifestyle and settle down with just one man. Mike isn’t comfortable with public displays of affection. Wes doesn’t like anything resembling the proverbial closet, but Mike’s still buried deep inside one where his family is concerned. Will Wes have the patience to deal with Mike’s issues or will their dream come true end up a nightmare?

2 – Another Dream
When a shy, twenty-nine year old, virgin erotica writer with a tool belt fetish crosses paths with an outgoing carpenter the fireworks soar. Introverted Larry has an active imagination, and Marty is just the man to draw him out of his shell. When circumstances send the boys on a road trip together, they start to know each other, and they like what they see. The problem is that Larry worries about the motivation behind his feelings, while Marty’s tired of the single life. Marty’s ready to settle down and has been looking for Mr. Right. Will opposites attract and make their dreams come true, or will Larry’s insecurities keep him from seizing love?

3 – Dreaming of You
Trevor’s upset when the man he’s been chasing for years chooses another. He’d come to terms with losing Marty, but his hopes had been recently renewed and freshly dashed. While he’s trying to drown his sorrows, the man he considers to be the cause of his distress approaches him. When Quinn startles him with an insightful revelation, will Trevor be able to put aside their differences and give love another chance?

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One thought on “Dream Series

  1. mantasticfiction January 2, 2010 / 8:45 pm

    I really like the overall stories, but the dialogue is too “sweet” for my taste. And yet some of the sexual practices were purely “male.” Some may say “duh, its m/m fiction,” but the female dialogue and the male licking of sweaty armpits was a bit confusing at times.

    While people act the way they act regardless of gender, I found the characters too androgynous.

    Addison Albright reminds me A LOT of Bobby Michaels. Similar writing styles, grand romantic gestures, and dirty sex.

    Well worth the read, but my ebook copies are just fine.

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