Curious: A Woman's Introduction to Gay Romance

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Elizabeth North
Dreamspinner Press, Apr 26, 2010 - Fiction - 124 pages
9 Reviews
Aren't you just a little curious? What is it about gay male romance that turns female readers on? The truth is that women love romance and sexy men. When it's a story about two men falling in love, there's twice the attraction. We've chosen stories that run the gamut of M/M romantic fiction: from initial curiosity to the first blush of love, from awkward first times to finding fulfillment, and from heart-warming forever devotion to hot and sweaty sex. Think of it as a romance buffet: take a little bit, try a little dab, and find the flavor of M/M romance that satisfies you. Gambling Men by Amy Lane Bad News Brett by Sean Kennedy Choices and Changes by S. Blaise Equinox by M. Jules Aedin and Anna J. Linden We Are Stardust by M. Jules Aedin Spontaneous by Chrissy Munder The Meaning of Significant Digits by Ashlyn Kane Mending the Break by Jaymz Connelly Road to Nowhere by Catt Ford Snowman by Isabelle Rowan In His Eyes by Bethany Brown Weak in the Knees by G.S. Wiley The Shirt by Amy Lane The Neighbors by Janey Chapel

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The ambiguous ending was perfect for this lovely tale. - Goodreads
It really is an awesome introduction to the genre. - Goodreads
Most of it are cute and fluffy, with happy endings. - Goodreads

Review: Curious?: A Woman's Introduction to Gay Romance (Ryan & Scott #1)

User Review  - Funzee Shu - Goodreads

description Oh gosh !!! I really LOVED the cover !!!!! I saw similar pic somewhere, but with his 'dangling thing' silhouette behind the curtain (⌒˛⌒) Read full review

Review: Curious?: A Woman's Introduction to Gay Romance (Ryan & Scott #1)

User Review  - Nadine - Goodreads

absolutely amazing! Wonderful stories, awesome writers! I couldn't let my kindle down for a minute, I felt compelled to read one story after another... I absolutely recommend it to every compulsive ... Read full review

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