Get your menage on with the Myths, Moons, & Mayhem anthology #BookReview #GayRomance #ParanormalRomance #Giveaway
Myths, Moons, & Mayhem is a collection of paranormal gay erotic shorts that is perfect for the busy reader. As we head into the hectic holiday season, reclaiming every minute of the day can be essential, so I love the flexibility this book offers. You can breeze through one story in just a few minutes, perk up your day, then move on with it. This anthology spans the gamut of paranormal genres and tropes and revels in sensual and erotic gay connections of the body and heart. Several of the shorts are witch or shifter themed, so it's perfect for the Halloween season. Readers who enjoy short, snackable vignettes will eat up this diverse quality collection of male-male menage erotica. Click [...]
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