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BISEXUAL Collection

by habu (sr71plt) 

 

JUST OUT

From the Bisexual Collection

Totally Gay

Alex Lockheed

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STORY

Remembering Miles

 

The Clint Folsom erotic gay murder mystery series.

Habu reports that he enjoyed writing this series. His premise was a no-holds-barred treatment of an unabashedly promiscuous, laid-back, “good-guy” homicide cop with movie-star looks .

 

(Clint's) love of being ‘topped’ is so ingrained within his being that each sex act is with an abandon and longing that makes men ‘feel like kings’. If you weren’t a ‘sub’ before, you would wish to be one by the end of the book. Once I finished reading it, I rushed to buy the rest of the Clint Folsom series. Hot Stuff!  

From a review by Kpasa

 

 

 

 

The Bisexual Collection 

Bisexual books by Habu (sr71plt)

 

 

Every Which Way: Sex is Sex is Sex by habu sr71plt

Pansexuals are people for whom sex is sex is sex, regardless of the gender of the “other(s),” and pansexuals have been described as those who don’t care whose pants they’ll put their hand down. This wide-open state of sexual arousal isn’t as well served in stories as other persuasions are. In this anthology Habu provides us with seven “every which way” stories that explore this wide-ranging genre.

“B-6 Cowboy Special” takes a bisexual-service rent-boy to a wedding party striptease job never to be forgotten. On a more serious note, “Fissure in the Rock” shows how bisexuality can pulverize a marriage—that it’s not always a happy romp in the bed. In “Purloined Tryst,” a planned Halloween swinger party tryst goes pleasantly awry, while “Retreat Treat” uses art to reveal an “every which way” experience. “Shimmering Guilt” reflects the culmination of years and years of fear of a pansexual nature being exposed. “The Yellow Cadillac” and the “White Bandana Club” are both freewheeling romps in a rocker world and an inventive service club, respectively.

As Habu reveals, such a gender “who cares?” approach to one’s sexuality can be liberating or guilt-ridden or just plain good, arousing fun—or any combinations of these. Whatever the mood, pansexuality can serve up interesting stories with inventive twists for the reader looking for something freewheeling and open-minded. We hope you will enjoy these and look for Habu’s next anthology in this genre.

 

 

And Eat it Too: A B&B that Serves it All  by habu (sr71plt)

Andy and his pregnant young wife, Sandi, arrive at a Richmond, Virginia, B&B from Norfolk on a business assignment for Andy. He suspects that it requires him to cast aside his denial of a gay/bisexual past, in favor of a normal family life, to close the business deal.

Sandi has her own lesbian/bisexual past she’s given up for marriage and motherhood. At the Richmond B&B, though, the two fall into the clutches of a swinger bisexual older couple, a naval admiral and his siren of a wife, as well as the temptations of a luscious black bisexual B&B host and his submissive male partner.

As the admiral, who has recognized Andy from his previous life as a pole dancer at a naval dockside gay bar, pushes a philosophy of having your cake and eating it too, the young couple are sorely tempted to fall irrevocably back into an every-which-way lifestyle.

 

Warnings: Contains casual pansexual sex, gay sex, group sex, interracial sex, and pregnant sex.

 

 

Two Men One Woman by habu (sr71plt)

The title says it all in this edgy seven-story anthology from the keyboard of habu. These are tales of men enjoying sex with other men as well as with women and doing it in twosomes and threesomes.

In the house of bisexual stories, the room of man and man and woman enjoys a deeper fetish reputation than most. If that is your kink or even if you only want to explore what that means and the pleasure that it can bring to two men and a woman, this is the anthology for you.

In “7:48 P.M. Wednesday,” two men are dancing around their own relationship when a cougar comes into the picture. In “Anniversary at Big Dick’s,” a husband treats his wife to what she’d enjoyed before marrying him—coupling with a big black bull—and decides to join in that game himself. A cougar is also preying on young men on a Bermuda cruise in “Bermuda Run.” “Camouflage” showcases pretense, chicanery, and camouflage all for the sake of art. Newlyweds take no time entering the world of swingers in “New Year Gala Indeed.” “Spat in St. John” is another sea cruise story in which a cruise-line gigolo brings a couple back together in shared sex, and an experienced man breaches his would-be lover’s fears of completed sex with the help of a woman surrogate in “Surrogate Loving.”

Death on a Ping Pong Table: A Bisexual Murder Mystery

 

The Indian Prince: A Bisexual Espionage Adventure

 

 

Cruising Gigolo: Bisexual Cruising on the High Seas

 

 

The Aviators: Wartime Pilots Finding Bisexual Release 

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