need a steamy straight-to-gay story? take this one.
Loud frat party. Check.
Liquor-soaked skin. Check.
Stumbling into bed. Pretending to pass out. Check and check.
Now be still. Breathe slow.
And wait for him to put his hands on me…
About The author
Tia May Carter is a self-published author who writes gay erotica short stories. Her writing journey began with a mix of erotic themes, including BDSM, May December lovers, and bisexual couples. Tia’s content has evolved to the general niche of gay stories. Specifically first-time-gay erotica. Exploring the complex emotions of a man discovering his surprising yet fulfilling attraction to other men intrigues and excites Tia, pushing her to write moving and sensual stories.
Some of the story elements you can expect from Tia:
- college students
- first time gay
- straight to gay
- bisexual menage
- Daddies and boys
- interracial affairs
- light BDSM
No matter what kink you’re looking for, Tia creates explicit tales guaranteed to arouse.
Do you have comments or questions? Contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Introduction to my collection
“This bundle contains the stories that started my self-published writing career. Some stories were more sensual than sexual, but that’s okay. We all walk before we run.”
“In this bundle, I explored the menage theme more. Again, lots of sensual emotion, but the steam level ramped up. I even managed to write humorous erotica!”
the complete collection
“In this bundle, I hit my stride. I already knew threesome relationships were more fun to write – the murkier the connections the better! But with these characters, I found my comfort zone with male-male love affairs.”