Advocate Bookshelf: The Best One-Handed Reads

We're putting our bets on these (mostly brand-new) dirty tomes.




 Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts
By Mitzi Szereto
You loved Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, right? Well, Mitzi Szereto's erotic parody is is a loving historical riff on the Jane Austen classic. But in this one, there are boys who like girls who like boys who do boys. Mr. Collins has his way with a stableboy, Charlotte has her way with other women, and Mr. Bingley has a heart on for Mr. Darcy. And because Hidden Lusts is a truly bisexual/pansexual adventure, we finally find out what happened between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy behind closed doors. ($16, Cleis Press)

Model Men: Gay Erotic Stories
Edited by Neil Plakcy
An anthology that pays tribute to those hunky male models who seduce us with their tantalizing gaze from billboards and magazines, Model Men offers hookups between models, artists, photographers, roommates, and in the best scenario, other models. Plakcy is the editor of several gay anthologies, including Hard Hats, Surfer Boys, and Skater Boys. Finally, a book of naughty stories where you can look and touch, and the subject of your attention may just strike a pose. ($15, Cleis Press)

 The Erotic Sampler eBook Bundle
By Various Authors
This e-book collection contains four digital books of lesbian erotica: Flesh and Bone by Ronica Black (an eclectic mix of shorts), The Collectors by Lesley Gowan (which follows one woman's life-changing BDSM adventure), Radical Encounters by Radclyffe (a provocative collection of rather filthy stories), and Breathless, edited by Stacia Seaman and Radclyffe (a book of short stories by Bold Strokes' best-selling romance authors). ($39, Bold Strokes Books)

Best Gay Erotica 2012
Edited by Richard Labonte
Another compilation, this time of one-handed reads and pretty hot, fresh gay erotica, from Labonte. From clubhouse gang bangs to a straight jock learning the meaning of power bottom, there's a surety and, dare we say, cocksmanship coming through even more in this anthology than his romantic collection. ($15, Cleis Press

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