My Boyfriend Is A Dog

by S A Smythe

Warning: Utter, explicit filth.

All I ever wanted was a man to have and to hold. What I have is Angelo, an irritating husky who thinks he's a wolf, and suffers from delusions about being my mate.

I didn't invite him to live with me. He just moved in. I can deal with that, but not when he does everything he can to screw up my love life. That just isn't acceptable.

In the meantime, I'm having hot and heavy dreams about my next door neighbour, the sexy, straight dude who won't let me near him. These dreams are so scorching, I can hardly think straight.

I really need to get laid...

But Angelo is one jealous puppy, and it isn't until he reveals his true identity that I will discover why.

Then will my dreams add up to the reality?

A short, fun and smutty tail of love, lust and dog hair...

Reviews:Storm Chase on Goodreads wrote:

I really enjoyed this. It's funny, lighthearted and stuffed full of sex. Def recommended.

About the Author

I've been writing for many years, starting out at County College of Morris in New Jersey with a course in Journalism. Since then I've published five novels for Black Lace Books under a pseudonym (Savannah Smythe) and one ghostwritten book for glamour celebrity, Abi Titmuss, in 2005 (10 Fantasies.) Also, I've published two M/M erotica stories as S. A. Smythe, Lexington Black and Docklands Diamond, both available on Amazon and Smashwords.

I’ve also published The Cloud Seeker and Closer Than Blood, both romantic suspense novels under Hollow Hills Publishing. At the moment, I’m working on my third Jayne Lockwood novel. I draw from my experiences as an Englishwoman and my time in New Jersey. The area of the Chilterns where I grew up and where I live now is rich in inspiration, secrets and tales from the past.

Finally, I write book reviews for WROTE Podcast ( WROTE stands for WRitten On The Edge, and features authors and other creatives from the LGBTQ community. I’m very proud to be a part of this venture, which was started in 2014 by myself, S.A. Collins and Vance Bastian, both terrific authors and friends. The podcast is going from strength to strength, and is a great way of getting to know some fantastic LGBTQ writers and artists.

More information on my work can be found on, or S.A. Smythe's blog,