Best Gay Romance 2011

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Simon and Schuster, Jan 1, 2011 - Fiction - 232 pages
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Richard Labonté is a self-confessed true romantic and it shows — Best Gay Romance 2011 covers every romantic possibility with first love, true love, wake-up sex, makeup sex, and everything in between. Labonté has gathered a sensational collection of stories about finding love at home, at work, at any age, and often in the most unexpected places. Sometimes rowdy, always randy, and surprisingly tender, these tales celebrate the uniting of souls as well as bodies. Each story revels in romance, great sex, and characters who are fully fleshed out (in more ways than one). Whether happily ever after or a happy ending, Labonté continues to raise the bar on gay love stories with compulsively readable great writing on true romance.

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This is an athology of love stories, most of the seeing throught the pink glass of romance. Henry and Jim by J.M. Snyder: two men are together for more than fifty years, but one of them has a ... Read full review


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Pillion Jay Mandal
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Fools Mate Shanna Germain
First Roach Pond Martin Delacroix
Last Call at the Raven Simon Sheppard
Away in a Manger Tom Mendicino
Porcu Meu Derrick Della Giorgia
Youre a Dog Edward Moreno
July 2002 Jameson Currier
How Boys Flirt with Other Boys Eric Nguyen
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Richard Labonté lives on small, friendly Bowen Island, off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. One of the founders of A Different Light Bookstore, he has edited the Best Gay Erotica series since 1996. He reviews 100 books a year for Q Syndicate, which distributes "Book Marks," his fortnightly column; writes the "Books to Watch Out For/Gay Men's Edition" newsletter; and writes book reviews for Publishers Weekly.

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