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All Cocks series books 4-6

All Cocks series Volume 2

by TM Smith

All Cocks 4-6 - T.M. Smith
Part of the All Cocks stories series:
Editions:Kindle

All Cocks stories is a series of books that will be set within the world of online gay porn. From straight 'Gay for Pay' models, to threesomes and so much more, you are welcome to join us at All Cocks INC for a series of stories about the men that work both in front of, and behind the camera.

Box set, Vol 2 contains:

Dare to Hope - book 4: Tristan Brennan is the only Brennan boy that doesn't bleed blue. He is steadfast in his determination to become a psychiatrist and help people in a way that doesn't require a uniform, a weapon or violence. When he meets Micah, the wounded War Vet, and Gabe, the ex All Cocks model that lost his lover in a shooting... Tristan is no longer looking for that perfect guy. He's trying to figure out if he can have both men, or will he have to sacrifice his own happiness so that Micah and Gabe can have their own happy ever after? Can three men with from different backgrounds, each with their own demons, possibly come together and learn that love isn't always necessarily a two way street.

Live for Love - book 5: Beauregard Boudreaux is a native of N'Awlins Louisiana that moved to New York after loosing his one and only love far too soon. He keeps his head down, convinced that he had his chance at happiness. When William Richards waltzes into Beau's life, the raging cajun is determined to ignore the younger mans advances. But the heart wants, what the heart wants, and soon these two are so entangled in each others lives that there's no going back. But at what cost?

Hide and Seek - book 6: Dusty Anderson is one of the original All Cocks models. His alter ego, Ashton Fox, is laid back, easy going and confident. While Dusty isn't that far removed from his alias, he does long for something the glitz and glamour being a gay porn star can't offer. Love. David Thompson finds himself alone and adrift when he wakes up from a months long coma. Learning that it was his own brother that put him in the hospital after catching David with his boyfriend doesn't help the troubled young mans lack of confidence. The question is, will Dusty's unconditional love and acceptance give David the strength to move on and figure out who he is on his own terms?

*Warning* there are scenes of violence sometimes described graphically and a storyline for an HIV character in one, or more, of these books. For a more detailed synopsis for each individual story, see that books individual page. The All Cocks stories is a series set within the world of online gay porn. But it's not the porn that defines these characters, it's what happens when the camera stops rolling that tells their stories. All Cocks is a contemporary gay romance series.

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Reviews:Leigh on Leigh UK wrote:

So much more than I expected!

I devoured this series like a chain smoker lights cigarettes. I literally could not read fast enough.

The first book was a freebie from Instafreebie, and after that I was hooked. Every thing was so much more than I expected. You read a blurb about gay male porn stars and you think "Well this is gonna be a smut fest" and don't get me wrong, there are pretty steamy sexy times BUT after that everything goes beyond what you'd expect.

Smith brings these men and their stories to life. I've never considered what makes people do porn by choice, or thought about how an HIV positive couple might struggle and succeed, or how parents combine religion, culture and their sons' sexuality successfully, and unsuccessfully.

Smith's characters come from all walks of life, all family backgrounds, all cultures, all ages. By the end of each story I wished there were millions of businesses like All Cocks.

This was without a doubt a really great read. So great that the odd spelling error won't get me to drop to a 4 star rating. It's by no means the most skillful writing I've ever read but Smith is an excellent story weaver and the tales she has to tell completely suck you in.

Dana on Rainbow Gold Reviews wrote:

Dare to Hope...

I am a sucker for books set among the gay porn industry. Sometimes there are stories of men in that career who are doing for the wrong reasons, or are forced into it. For the most part, though, the books I’ve read show a positive place where the owners and other actors become like family to each other. This series is the second of the two scenarios and the boys of All Cocks Industries are an awesome set of characters.

Gabe was introduced back in book 1. His character was sweet, and his easy-going nature made his co-stars comfortable. As a secondary character he wasn’t focused on, but in the next two books, he met a man, quit the business, and then lost his love. I liked that even though he was no longer filming gay porn himself, he was still included in the story line. It highlights the family-like atmosphere created by the three owners and lovers that run the business. In this book, he is slightly broken, but still a caring man who comforts Micah when his PTSD gets the best of him.

Micah wasn’t introduced until book 3. He was a newer actor to the company but he also seems to go with the flow and works well with the other men on set. Because of him, I came to like one of the mc’s in the last book that I didn’t think I would. He is a big support to Gabe who is dealing with his loss, but he suffers from PTSD after returning from Iraq with ghosts that haunt him and an amputation. He never seems to feel sorry for himself, even with all his pain. He has picked up the pieces of his life as best as he can. But he finds it hard to imagine someone loving him enough to enter into a relationship with him with his issues. It doesn’t stop him from lusting after Gabe and Tristan.

Tristan is a therapist and brother to one of the main characters in book 3. He meets Micah and Gabe after an incident that put his brother in the hospital and took Gabe’s boyfriend. He is one of four brothers in an Irish-Italian family. Out of all of them, he seems to be the most reasonable and least stubborn. He begins to counsel both Gabe and Micah and a friendship forms between the three men. He begins to question his ethics when he starts wanting them both in his bed and his life.

All three of these men are extremely likable and sweet. I adore them together once they decide to take a chance. I felt like the author brought back the pacing that I enjoyed in the first book, and though time passes by, nothing felt rushed to me in this book. The boys from All Cocks Inc that are present in this book were ones I loved. I was happy to see how they were all doing after their books ended. Tristan’s family was as awesome as they were in book 3. It was a treat to see them again as well. I loved the lead up to the characters that will feature in book 5. Their story seems like it will be very interesting though possibly heavy in a completely different way than in this one. The author has created a world where the characters are never perfect, but when they are together with the ones they love, they are growing and striving to be the best they can be. I definitely recommend this book and the entire series.

Tracy on Bayou Book Junkie wrote:

Live for Love...

Beau shut himself off emotionally years ago. A part of him died when his first and only love passed away from complications due to AIDS. Now living with HIV, Beau doesn't want to put anyone through what he went through, watching someone you love waste away, so when William keeps trying to pursue him, Beau keeps him at arms' length. William knows what he wants and he goes after it. He doesn't know why the sexy Cajun continues to push him away at each turn.

This was a really sexy and enjoyable read. Because Beau keeps pushing William away, it's a very slow burn, but once it heats up to full boil,... Omg it was smoking hot!!! I was actually really surprised. Reading the blurb and the subject matter, I figured this book would be loaded with angst, but while the theme is very serious and deep, it was kind of a light read. I thought the author did a fabulous job at handling the HIV issue, with grace and dignity. It saddens me that it's such a stigma for people living with this disease. I think she was well informed and well educated on the subject matter, and it was written well into the story without sounding too clinical.

This book is part of a series and while each book features a different couple or trouple, quite a few of the previous characters from the other books play really big roles in this story, so if you haven't read the other books in the series, I would suggest you read those first. I don't think this reads well as a standalone. I've read the other books, and I was confused at times trying to remember who people were. It doesn't make it any easier, that over half of these previous characters are porn stars or former porn stars, and have two names!!! I have no clue how Ms. Smith keeps all these people straight.

Let's talk about Beau before we go. Ms. Smith did well at authenticating Beau's speech and dialect, although to be truthful, it's highly unlikely that you will find people who were born here in New Orleans who speak like Beau. I've lived here all my life, and if you head further west, down highway 90 towards Houma and Lafayette, those Bayou people do speak like Beau. But she wanted to create a Cajun, so who am I to nitpick it too much. I will say that as much as we heard about Izzie, Alma and Beau's life growing up in New Orleans, I was kind of sad that she didn't bring the story here. Izzie, Alma and Beau's heritage was such a huge part of his past and shaping him into what he is today, it was disappointing not getting to meet Alma.

This was a really enjoyable story. It was well written and flowed well, and it's jam packed with love, romance, family and some incredible sex scenes. It left me feeling the warm and fuzzies. Highly recommended!!

Carra on Making It Happen wrote:

Hide and Seek...

What is it about a story where the two lead characters are inexplicably drawn to each other that pulls me in? From the start in Hide and Seek Dusty is drawn to David, like he can't help but be captivated by this sweet, innocent, broken young man-ever before they even officially meet. It's David's innocence that seems to encourage Dusty's attachment to him from the moment Dusty sees him, and also provokes a fierce protective streak in Dusty, starting them on the path to friendship and so much more.

I simply adored both Dusty and David. Dusty is independent, caring and lives his life on his own terms. Before the incident with his brother, David was not accepted by his brother or mother because he is gay, and was subject to emotional and eventually physical abuse-which ultimately led to David and Dusty finding each other. Their relationship evolves slowly, with Dusty trying to do what's best for David-even if that means suppressing his own feelings. At least, until he discovers those feelings are returned. Dusty's unconditional caring and acceptance of David helps David feel safe and comfortable, and soon leads to so much more between them.

This story is filled with intense emotions, and touches on situations that no one should ever have to go through-especially with their own family. My heart went out to David for all that he had to endure, and even after finishing the story he still owns a piece of it. To me, Dusty was like a knight in shining armor, and the way he constantly looked out for David and kept trying to protect him was heartwarming and obviously fueled by the deep feelings it was obvious he developed early on.

I loved seeing all the characters from the previous All Cocks books, and the way the feeling of family among them all continues to grow and evolve in this story. In addition to Dusty and David's relationship, we get glimpses into the lives of the other couples and throuples and get to share in new developments with them that any follower of the series will be ecstatic to discover. For me, it did feel like there was a lot going on in the last 10-15% of the story, almost a bit too much, but it does set the stage for the continuation of the series-and I can't wait to see where things go from here!

Hide and Seek was a 4.5-star read for me, and I think it's perfect addition to the series. It's sweet with a heavy dash of spice, and I think readers will find Dusty and David an absolutely wonderful match. This story could be read as a standalone, but honestly it's my opinion that you'll enjoy it a heck of a lot more if you read this series in order since the events that result in Dusty and David meeting feature prominently in the prior stories. I highly recommend this story to M/M romance fans, and this is for readers 18+ only due to adult language and M/M sexual content, as well as scenes of physical abuse and trauma.


About the Author

A military brat born and raised at Ft. Benning Georgia; TM Smith is an avid reader, reviewer and writer. A Texas transplant, she now calls DFW her home. Most days she can be found curled up with a good book, or ticking away on her next novel.

Smith is a single mom of three disturbingly outspoken and decidedly different kids, one of which is Autistic. Besides her writing, she is passionate about Autism advocacy and LGBT rights. Because, seriously people, Love is Love!


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