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Word Count: 125000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay

Summary: Conquer. Own. Sacrifice everything. Gaius Fabius knows a healthy son will secure his claim to the throne of Rome, but his devotion to his illegal Dacian pleasure slave, Allerix, could destroy his dreams of supreme power. Determined to solve the mysterious murder of a dear friend, Gaius searches for clues hidden deep in the palace that threaten his future and his family. But while he and Allerix share passions in and out of the bedchamber, another assassination sends Gaius and his captured prince back to the vanquished kingdom of Dacia. In order to protect his beloved concubine, can Gaius find the courage to sacrifice his own heart? Lose. Submit. Betray everyone. Allerix knows vengeance for the vicious destruction of his homeland is within tantalizing reach, but only if he can convince his Roman master to trust him. When an unexpected ally interrupts his plans, Alle sets aside his lust for revenge to embrace the ecstasy of Gaius’s unbridled devotion. But a surprise reunion with a childhood friend and an unforeseen return trip to Dacia remind Allerix of all he has lost while revealing the honor and glory that remain to be won. To earn the respect of his surviving kinsmen, can Alle betray the only man he has ever loved? Dominus is a plot-packed m/m historical fantasy set in ancient Rome during the reign of Trajan (AD 98-117). Blood Before Wineis the third book in this four-book alternative history saga—a tumultuous adventure of forbidden love, humor, friendship, political intrigue, deception, and murder.

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Blood Before Wine - JP Kenwood - Dominus
Blood Before Wine

JP Kenwood ...

Pairing: M-M

Word Count: 25,056

Character Identities: Gay, Transgender, Genderfluid

Summary: PHOTO DESCRIPTION: Two half-snake men, one a green anaconda and one a brown python, sit coiled together on rocks with their eyes half-lidded. The anaconda is sitting higher than the python. The python man is holding the anaconda man at the waist, and one hand lower on the scaly lower half. He has a tattoo on his upper right arm. The anaconda man is holding the python man’s face, while he looks down with tenderness. He has a tattoo on his left shoulder. See the photo here STORY LETTER: Dear Author, That dark-headed man, who is looking up at his lover, is me. We have been through a lot of heartache and trials, but we have finally made our relationship permanent. As two different types of snake shifters, we had to overcome some major obstacles. Our families put us through a lot of headaches trying to keep us part, but we overcame it all. Can you tell us how we managed to overcome those differences and our families to get us to where we are now, happy and so deeply in love? Triggers: rape, incest Sincerely, Ashley STORY INFO: Genre: paranormal Tags: snake shifters, shifters non-wolf-cat, angels/demons/gods, mythology, magic, corporate espionage, reunited, soulmates/bonded Word Count: 25,056

Coil Me Up - Eloreen Moon & Adan DePiaz
Coil Me Up

Eloreen Moon ...

Pairing: M-M

October 13, 2015

Word Count: 87000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay

Summary: In AD 107, after a grueling campaign against Rome's fierce enemy, the kingdom of Dacia, Gaius Fabius returns home in triumph. With the bloody battles over, the commander of the Lucky IV Legion now craves life's simple pleasures: leisurely soaks in fragrant baths, over-flowing cups of wine, and a long holiday at his seaside villa to savor his pleasure slaves. On a whim, he purchases a spirited young Dacian captive and unwittingly sparks a fresh outbreak of the Dacian war; an intimate struggle between two sworn enemies with love and honor at stake. Allerix survived the wars against Rome, but now he is a sex slave rather than a victor. Worse, the handsome general who led the destruction of his people now commands his body. When escape appears impossible, Alle struggles to find a way to preserve his dignity and exact vengeance upon the hated Romans. Revenge will be his, that is, if he doesn't lose his heart to his lusty Roman master. Dominus is a plot-packed erotic m/m historical fantasy that transports readers back to ancient Rome during the reign of the Emperor Trajan (98-117). This is the first of four books in an alternate history saga—a tumultuous journey filled with forbidden love, humor, sex, friendship, political intrigue, deception and murder.

Dominus - JP Kenwood
Dominus (Dominus Book 1)

JP Kenwood ...

Pairing: M-M, M-M-M

April 21, 2014

Word Count: 47000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay

Summary: As a lifelong passion continues to fade, another love deepens… two stand-alone m/m stories of love, lust, and friendship in ancient Rome. February: Home from the first war against the kingdom of Dacia, Gaius Fabius ignores his obligations in Rome and returns to his secluded seaside villa in southern Italy. Under the pretense of a holiday trip, his best friend and secret lover, Lucius Petronius, surprises him with an unexpected visit. Later that evening, the lusty masters share the delights of Gaius’s blond pleasure slave, Nicomedes. December: With whispers of an embezzlement scandal floating through the capital, Lucius Petronius and his beloved concubine, Bryaxis, celebrate the raucous winter solstice festival of the Saturnalia with Luc’s family. After a joy-filled evening of food, gifts, and stories, Lucius and Bryaxis reverse roles in the master chamber.

February and December - JP Kenwood - Dominus Calendar
February and December: Dominus Calendar Series I

JP Kenwood ...

Pairing: M-M, M-M-M

August 17, 2016

Word Count: 107000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay

Summary: Second Place in the 2016 Rainbow Awards for Category: Gay Historical! In this sequel to Dominus, Gaius Fabius Rufus, the victorious general of Rome’s brutal Dacian Wars, finds his loyalties and his affections pulled in different directions. Should he return to Rome and secure his claim to the imperial throne, or remain at his seaside villa and protect his pleasure slave, the fierce Dacian prince, Allerix? Retaliation for the murder of his beloved friend beckons him home, but his desire for justice could put both him and Allerix in mortal danger. As Gaius’s deceptions multiply, another tragedy strikes. Will the Lion of the Lucky IV Legion be forced to sacrifice his besotted heart to achieve his aspirations for supreme power? Every moment since Allerix’s violent capture has tested the young prince’s fortitude and cunning. If he can kill the triumphant emperor who decimated his Dacian nation, revenge and immortality will be his glorious, everlasting rewards. But to realize his scheme for vengeance, he must deceive the Roman master whose body he lusts, the handsome, arrogant man whom he has grown to adore and admire. Can two former enemies—the conqueror and the conquered—find trust and true love, or are the consequences of war destined to tear them apart? Can Gaius and Allerix survive the perilous games of Rome? Dominus is a plot-packed erotic m/m historical fantasy set in ancient Rome during the reign of Emperor Trajan (AD 98-117). Games of Rome is the second book in this alternative history saga—a tumultuous journey of forbidden love, humor, sex, friendship, political intrigue, deception, and murder.

Games of Rome - JP Kenwood
Games of Rome (Dominus Book 2)

JP Kenwood ...

Pairing: M-M, 4+ or Other

November 18, 2015

Word Count: 89,057

Character Identities: Information not available

Summary: The human face of Ancient history, Gods of Men, Rise of the Wolf is the third in my dramatic biopic charting the life and times of the Spartan Admiral/General Lysander 455 BCE(?) to 395 BCE and is a uniquely Spartan perspective of the Peloponnesian War and Spartan society in dramatized form, 432 BCE to 404 BCE. This Third novel, covers the period from 429 to 425 BCE. From the Siege of Plataea to the Battle of Pylos... Lysander is now in his 30s and a full Spartiate and a crack warrior of the Spartan elites, and if he can survive, he knows he's destined for high rank. Between fighting the Delians and training his young Hearer, the lame prince Agesilaos, Lysander is pressured into taking a wife, the beautiful Telephassa. It may not be love, but the marriage is acceptable, and Telephassa soon falls pregnant. Meanwhile, Old King Archidamos dies and his son Agis ascends the Eurypontid throne. His co-king, Pleistoanax of the Agiads is recalled from exile following corruption and skullduggery at Delphi… The hated enemy, Athens is still beset by the plague and civil unrest from troublesome allies on Lesbos, but they refuse to surrender and the bloody war drags on…

Book Cover: Gods of Men, Rise of the Wolf
Gods of Men, Rise of the Wolf

Philip Remus ...

March 26, 2022

Word Count: 93,488

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Lysander of Sparta, now a young warrior, longs for command and the much-anticipated war with the Athenian Empire, to earn his place through the tests of war and become the warrior he was born to be. He does not have to wait for long… Far away from Sparta, a great naval battle is fought between the mighty fleets of Corinth and Megara against Corinth’s ancient former colony, Corcyra, (modern Corfu) which has made an alliance with Athens, who have dispatched ten warships to join the Corcyraean fleet near some islands called Sybota. Little did anyone know, that from this battle, the bloodiest war in Greek history would spring… As the Spartan amass the greatest army ever assembled in Greek history, on the Isthmus of Corinth, preparing their invasion of Attica, Brasidas is sent with 300 hoplites to Messene, to put down any signs of helot rebellion and to patrol the coast. Lysander, now an elite of the Spartan hippeis (Dioskouri) is also dispatched to Messene on a separate mission; to take command of a small militia at the city of Methone, in defence against possible Delian skirmishes, little knowing that a fleet of 150 Delian war triremes, 100 of them Athenian, is sailing for the poorly defended city, with an invasion force of near a thousand hoplite marines. Besieged, Lysander can do little against such a force but fight to the bitter death, street by street, cheek by jowl, and with just a handful of Spartans, and a militia of loyal helots, he must hold the ancient city and hope that help will arrive in time. Pericles of Athens, has not only taken on the might of Sparta, he has taken on the might of the gods themselves and soon, the shadow of Death passes over Athens with the outbreak of plague, plunging the city into a disturbing and surreal world of madness and death…

Gods of Men - Philip Remus
Gods of Men, The Delian War

Philip Remus ...

Pairing: M-M

July 11, 2017

Word Count: 80,684

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Inspired and based on real events. These are the chronicles of those mighty men of Crimson and Bronze, before whom all mortals tremble, so come and see, if you dare, Sparta as you’ve never seen the Spartans before… Written from a uniquely Spartan perspective, through the eyes of Lysander of the Herakleidai. It’s the mid-5th Century BCE and Sparta is at war with Athens and her Delian League of subjected allies. Apollo, in the guise of a Wolf is abroad in the Wide Valley, and there are many omens sighted around the kingdom. And as a new born child takes his first breath, the wolf howls in proclamation that a great warrior is born to Sparta this day… Lysander’s trials begin with his first breath and only with the favour of the gods, and sheer strength of will, shall he survive the coming days and years of endless training in the violent arts of war. Disadvantaged by his mothax status, come him one half Spartiate and one half Helot, merely makes Lysander all the more determined and stronger to not only succeed in becoming a worthy warrior, but to excel to become an elite of the elites, and to rise to the very top of Spartan society. Lysander is seven years old, when he enters the infamous rearing, for here is where the Spartans are made. The boy-herder is quick to see that Lysander is no ordinary “little boy”. Lysander is taken under the wing of one of Sparta’s most powerful men, the King’s cupbearer, General Tellis, the father of Brasidas. Tellis quietly guides Lysander intellectually towards his destiny, a destiny that will one day change the course of history that resounds to this very day, in what will become one of the bloodiest and bitterest wars in Ancient times, the war most people call the Peloponnesian war, but here, in Sparta, it’s the Delian or Athenian War. Beyond the insulated world of the Rearing, high politics and corruption through the machinations of Sparta’s co-king King Pleistoanax of the Agiads, who takes an Athenian bribe pave the way to a truce between Sparta and Athens after 15 long and protracted years of war. In adolescence, Lysander becomes the Inspired of the young warrior Brasidas, “Tamer of Helots”, (a man with a destiny of his own) and commander of those most feared of the Spartans, the 300 Hippeis. A deep bond is soon formed between the youth and the elite warrior, and from Brasidas, Lysander learns and masters the great mysteries of Aries like none before him. But there’s another side to Lysander that draws him in into a strange and secret friendship and love affair with a helot servant, Epiphanes, exposing Lysander’s tenderness and humanity. As Lysander approaches adulthood, war once again looms with the Athenian Empire (Delian League) and the Spartan led Peloponnesian allies. Despite the great efforts of the Spartan co-king Archidamos of the Eurypontids, war becomes inevitable, and so begins Lysander’s rise to glory and into history.

Gods of Men - Philip Remus
Gods of Men, Where the Spartans are Made

Philip Remus ...

Pairing: M-M

August 28, 2016

Word Count: 16000

Character Identities: Gay, Transgender

Summary: This collection features four LGBT stories, including one previously unpublished work. Char - The kitchen is Char's world. What better way to show his love for the Prince than by baking the perfect cake? Delphinos - a modern-day retelling of Dionysus' creation of dolphins. Lighthouse - The lighthouse keeper had one beautiful thing in his life, and that was all he needed. Orion - Apollo is jealous of his sister's friend Orion. The deadly scorpion he sends to kill the hunter exposes Orion's secret.

Myths & Fables - T. Strange
Myths & Fables

T. Strange ...

Pairing: M-M

June 4, 2018

Word Count: 80000

Character Identities: Gay, Straight

Summary: On a night when the whole city is looking for love, two foreigners find it in the last place they expected. The riotous Psobion festival is about to begin in the city of Boukos, and the ambassador from the straightlaced kingdom of Zash has gone missing. Ex-soldier Marzana, captain of the embassy guard, and the ambassador’s secretary, the shrewd and urbane eunuch Bedar, are the only two who know. Marzana still nurses the pain of an old heartbreak, and Bedar has too much on his plate to think of romance. Neither of them could imagine finding love in this strange, foreign city. But as they search desperately for their employer through the streets and taverns and brothels of Boukos, they find unexpected help from two of the locals: a beautiful widowed shopkeeper and a teenage prostitute. Before the Zashians learn what became of their ambassador, they will have to deal with foreign bureaucracy, strange food, stranger local customs, and murderers. And they may lose their hearts in the process. One Night in Boukos is a standalone romance featuring two couples, one m/f and one m/m.

One Night in Boukos - A.J. Demas
One Night in Boukos

A.J. Demas ...

Pairing: M-F, M-M

June 16, 2018

Word Count: 72000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay, Genderqueer

Summary: A month ago, eunuch sword-dancer and spy Varazda collided with ex-soldier Damiskos at a seaside villa during a dizzying week of intrigue, assassinations, and a fake love affair that—maybe—turned real. Now Varazda is back home in Boukos, at the centre of a family and community he dearly loves, and Damiskos is coming to visit. Things aren’t going according to plan. Varazda’s family members suspect Damiskos’s motives. Varazda grapples with his own desires. Add in a horrible goose, a potentially lethal sculpture, and yet another assassination plot, and any man other than Dami would be boarding a ship straight back to Pheme. It’s going to take all of Damiskos’s patience, and all of Varazda’s strength, to make this new relationship work. After all that, solving one more murder shouldn’t be too hard. Saffron Alley is the second book in the Sword Dance trilogy, the continuation of Dami and Varazda’s story from Sword Dance. It crosses over with One Night in Boukos, but you don’t have to have read that book to enjoy this one.

Saffron Alley - A.J. Demas - Sword Dance
Saffron Alley

A.J. Demas ...

Pairing: M-NB

February 16, 2021

Word Count: 80000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay

Summary: They met on a battlefield and saved each other’s lives. It’s not the way enemies-to-lovers usually works. Adares comes from a civilization of democracy and indoor plumbing. Rus belongs to a tribe of tattooed, semi-nomadic horse-breeders. They meet in the aftermath of battle, when Rus saves Adares’s life, and Adares returns the favour. As they shelter in an abandoned temple, a friendship neither of them could have imagined grows into a mutual attraction. But Rus, whose people abhor love between men, is bound by an oath of celibacy, and Adares has a secret of his own that he cannot share. With their people poised for a long and bitter conflict, it seems too much to hope that these two men could turn their fleeting happiness into something lasting. Unless, of course, the relationship between them changes the course of their people’s history altogether. Something Human is a standalone m/m romance set in an imaginary ancient world, about two people bridging a cultural divide with the help of great sex, pedantic discussions about the gods, and bad jokes about standing stones.

Something Human - A.J. Demas
Something Human

A.J. Demas ...

Pairing: M-M

August 25, 2018

Word Count: 46328

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: An innocent, natural soul is thrown together with a highly attractive but morally corrupt young man. What could possibly go wrong? STAG HEART tells the intertwined story of three men. ~A scholar-warrior seeking inner peace in an often brutal world. ~The bad boy son of a king who needs to learn to become a man. ~An innocent, a wilding whose soul stirs in rhythm with raw nature. These three are forced by circumstance to live and learn and finally survive together on Ireland’s sacred Hill of Tara, where mischief and mayhem lie hidden by ancient stones. An M/M historical romance fantasy-adventure set in The Iron Warrior novel universe.

Stag Heart - Erin O'Quinn - Iron Warrior 4
Stag Heart

Erin O'Quinn ...

Pairing: M-M

April 12, 2018

Word Count: 75000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay, Genderfluid, Non Binary

Summary: Retired soldier Damiskos and his lover Varazda have been living together in Boukos for a month, and their future is beginning to look bright. Then Damiskos receives a letter summoning him home to Pheme—where his parents are deeply in debt, his brother is being hunted by loan sharks, and an unwanted arranged marriage looms. And that’s before Damiskos is charged with murder. Fortunately, he’s not alone. Old friends are back in Pheme. And Varazda—eunuch, sword-dancer, and spy—has solved mysteries before. But saving his lover from execution and from marriage will take time, and with only days until Dami’s trial, time is running out. Strong Wine is the third book in the Sword Dance trilogy, the conclusion of Dami and Varazda’s story from Sword Danceand Saffron Alley. This time with fake fortune tellers, real courtroom drama, and … fertilizer?

Strong Wine - A.J. Demas - Sword Dance
Strong Wine

A.J. Demas ...

Pairing: M-NB

October 14, 2021

Word Count: 80000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay, Genderfluid

Summary: Five years ago, Damiskos’s brilliant military career was cut short, leaving him with a permanent disability and scars that are not all physical. Adrift and still grieving, he tries to find meaning in an unsatisfying job. Work takes him to the remote seaside villa of an old friend, where, among an odd assortment of guests, he meets the eunuch sword-dancer Varazda. Enigmatic and beautiful but distinctly prickly, Varazda is the antithesis of the straightforward and serious Damiskos. Yet as they keep getting in each other’s way at the villa, their mutual dislike is complicated by a spark of undeniable attraction. Then the villa’s guests begin to reveal their true characters and motives—no one here is what they seem—and Damiskos finds himself at the centre of a bizarre web of espionage, theft, and assassination. Varazda may need Damiskos’s help, but not as much as Damiskos, finally awakening to a new sense of life and purpose, needs Varazda. Sword Dance is the first book in the Sword Dance trilogy, an m/nb romance set in an imaginary ancient world, with murderous philosophy students, sex acts named after fruit, and love blossoming in the midst of mayhem.

Sword Dance - A.J. Demas
Sword Dance

A.J. Demas ...

Pairing: M-NB, Includes NB

July 31, 2019

Word Count: 52,500

Character Identities: Gay, Transgender

Summary: Former gladiator Saevius is certain Fortune’s smiling on him when a Pompeiian politician buys him to be his bodyguard. That is until his new master, Laurea Calvus, orders Saevius to discover the gladiator with whom his wife is having a sordid affair. In order to do that, Saevius must return to the arena, training alongside the very men on whom he’s spying. Worse, he’s now under the command of Drusus, a notoriously cruel—and yet strangely intriguing—lanista. But Saevius’s ruse is the least of his worries. There’s more to the affair than a wife humiliating her prominent husband, and now Saevius is part of a dangerous game between dangerous men. He isn’t the only gladiator out to expose the Lady Verina’s transgressions, and her husband wants more than just the guilty man’s name. When Saevius learns the truth about the affair, he’s left with no choice but to betray a master: one he’s come to fear, one he’s come to respect, and either of whom could have him killed without repercussion. For the first time in his life, the most dangerous place for this gladiator isn’t the arena. This 52,500 word novel was previously published under the pseudonym L.A. Witt, and has been lightly revised.

The Left Hand of Calvus - Ann Gallagher
The Left Hand of Calvus

Ann Gallagher ...

Pairing: M-M

November 4, 2016

Word Count: 125,000

Character Identities: Gay, Genderqueer, Lesbian

Summary: Bound by love, separated by a tragic mistake; can two Indigenous women realize their happy ending? Long ago, in an age of mysticism, Walks with Spirits, a two-spirit woman, perceives voices whispering on the wind and they empower her with the gift of calling animals. But who she truly wishes to call to her side is her childhood friend, Laughing Brook. Daughter of a shaman and an herbalist-midwife, Laughing Brook holds a prominent place in her society and bears the responsibilities it entails. She is training to be a healer like her mother, but her most compelling desire is to spend her life with Walks with Spirits. When a misunderstanding crushes their dreams of happiness, both women must learn to face the trials that await them in a land where danger lurks behind every tree and honor means more than life. Will the spirits intervene on their behalf, or are they fated never to manifest their visions of love? Walks with Spirits is a historical fantasy set in an ancient time. Packed with Native American themes, heart-touching imagery, and an epic love story, Walks with Spirits will immerse you in an inspiring view of life.

Walks with Spirits - Edale Lane
Walks with Spirits

Edale Lane ...

Pairing: F-F, M-F, M-M

April 12, 2022

Word Count: 60474

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Each man must return—whether he wants to or not. Ireland and Britannia, 433 AD. Four warriors return to a place ten years burned into their past, along with a fifth wheel who seems to have no business at all running with the big dogs… The secret lovers Gristle and Wynn leave the relative safety of Derry in northern Ireland to seek a very bad man near the Wall of Hadrian, where both of them once led separate lives. Tristus, a priest-in-training, leaves the monastery of then-Bishop Patrick to help a brother who does not want his help. The high king’s wise man Dubthach joins them all, traveling to the land where he sired his only son and left in sorrow. And the fifth man? His name is Xan and he’s infatuated with the would-be monk. Nothing, even fear and deceit, can stop him from following the trail of a desirable man…

Warrior, Come Again - Erin O'Quinn - Iron Warrior
Warrior, Come Again

Erin O'Quinn ...

Pairing: M-M

January 22, 2018

Word Count: 94581

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: A man too hard to love, and the men who love him. Gristle is a former Roman soldier who has forsaken any relationship with a man since being abandoned by beautiful young Tristus ten years ago near the Wall of Hadrian. Now in Ireland as one of a group of emigrants at the monastery of St. Patrick in Armagh, he discovers the sensual pony trainer Wynn, half his age, is deeply attracted to him. In spite of Gristle’s resolution to forsake the lure of sex, he seduces Wynn. The result is a burst of passionate encounters between them. Arriving in sacred Tara, where he is one of the mounted guard protecting Bishop Patrick during the Samhain festival, he is stricken to find that Wynn, too, has deserted him—just as he finds Tristus again after ten years, now a changed man. Ironically, neither of these men has willingly abandoned Gristle. Tristus’ disappearance from his watch one night a decade ago has instilled an immutable sorrow in Gristle's deep subconscious. And now Wynn, unknown to Gristle, is taken by nasty-minded druids, leaving him devastated by a loss he cannot rationally deal with. Told from three different POVs, the story revolves around the complex relationship among these three men. The novel deals with Gristle’s finding, rejecting, and finally trying to accept a kind of love into his parched heart.

Warrior, Ride Hard - Erin O'Quinn - Iron Warrior
Warrior, Ride Hard

Erin O'Quinn ...

Pairing: M-M

December 2, 2017

Word Count: 82298

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: “You are only a prisoner when you surrender.” The second novel in The Iron Warrior series continues the edgy pairing of Gristle and Wynn. The former soldier's young lover has been too shamed to admit he’d been raped when he’d been ambushed and almost killed by two villainous druids. Throughout a series of adventures, the men are kept from a healthy partnership by Wynn’s harboring his secret and by Gristle’s own jealousies and superstitions. The two lovers find adventures both perilous and humorous in their trip from Derry to the seacoast of Ireland, then on to Wales and finally to Tara, the scene of Wynn’s recent capture. Into the uneasy relationship steps another warrior…Dub, the Wise Man (Ollamh) of the high king of Ireland, who had befriended and healed Wynn in the earlier book. Weakened by jealousy, the unconquerable Gristle lowers his guard, and he is savagely attacked. Now Wynn must join with his old mentor Dub in trying to save his life. And even if Gristle can be saved, how can the lovers ever be happy under the shroud of suffocating jealousy and buried shame?

Warrior, Stand Tall - Erin O'Quinn - Iron Warrior
Warrior, Stand Tall

Erin O'Quinn ...

Pairing: M-M

January 1, 2018

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