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Raw Tragedy

Naked Gay Lust - MM Book #303

by Ty Debauchee


Where is Garrett? Ty's heartache takes him from floundering in school to a distraught mess. He is no longer functional. He stops attending thus is failing in all of his classes. The University will undoubtedly kick him out.

Has Hank reappeared to harm Garrett, or has Garrett become despondent over his meeting with Tanner? Ty knows he must find Garrett. But where to start searching?

Tanner is deeply worried about Ty. He ponders his role in Ty's pain, the good and the bad. Can he make it "hurt so good" Ty will no longer notice the bad? But is Tanner's going to hurt everyone by his lust?

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*This book contains explicit scenes of a gay sexual nature by consenting characters who are over 19 years of age. It is intended only for readers who are 18+ years of age. If you are underage or may be offended by this topic, do not purchase this book.

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I sat in an auditorium style lecture hall for one of the few classes to which I dragged myself.  By then, only Tanner’s tireless prodding convinced me to attend any class.   My favorite professor was halfway through an Embryology lecture.  He was by far the best lecturer I had ever heard speak, yet I found it virtually impossible to concentrate on the points he made.  Thinking about Garrett, and ways to find him, consumed every synapse in my brain.  I missed him so damn much, and the likelihood that the FSB was torturing him scared me shitless.


Suddenly my phone vibrated in my pocket.  Of course, that wasn’t unusual for a college student.  However, in my compromised mental state, it scared the crap out of me.  I jumped in my chair and knocked my book off onto the floor.  It made a loud thud as it landed on the wooden floor of the auditorium riser.  Our professor paused from the interruption, his irritation palpable.

I didn’t expect a call.  Since I was very much an introvert, I didn’t normally get calls or texts like most students did.  With Garrett being gone, my phone only rang or vibrated when my parents called with updates about the search for him.  They would never call me during the day when I was in class.

Any call when I was in a lecture was likely to be some sort of sales solicitation, so I made a practice of never even checking calls or texts until after class.  Somehow, I knew this one was important, so I opened my phone.  When I did, I saw a number I didn’t recognize.  It didn’t appear to be a US phone number.

Could this be Gar?

I jumped up and raced for the door of the lecture hall, so I could answer before he hung up.

“Is there a problem, Mr. Debauchee?” the professor asked with considerable and justifiable irritation in his voice.

“I don’t know yet!  I’m sorry, sir.  I truly am!” I said as I sprinted out the door.

In the hallway I said, “Hello, hello.”

“Don’t use any names.  I’m calling from a burner.  I think they finally realized I don’t know anything,” Garrett said.

Reviews:Rainbow Reviews on wrote:

This is the third book in the series. Ty's life becomes more difficult due to Garrett's absence. He suffers from a major anxiety attack. The loss of his lover is not something easy. Fortunately, Tanner is there to comfort him from time to time. But what forces in the world would be able to separate two lovers who are deeply in love with each other? Nobody could, except one force that we have no control over but even that is not a sure thing in this case. We just don't know! Enough said, so I won't spoil anything for you. Unfortunately, tragedy strikes and it hits really hard. The main character is in for some very difficult times.

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About the Author

I have long been a reader of the gay erotic romance genre.  During that time, I only rarely found books with just the right mix of plot, sex, and love.  Consequently, I started tinkering with writing my own novellas in this genre.  With the encouragement of friends and readers like you, I endeavor to share my books.

Using tiny snippets from the fantasies of my life, I began building full stories of the life I wish I had experienced along the way.  When I write my progressive series, I am drawn to the challenges of growing up gay in a small midwestern town where being different was not commonly applauded.  The trials and tribulations of seeking out a sustainable loving relationship seem to perpetually foster the rewarding challenge of creating my characters and their escapades.