Gay Tentacle Tales Anthology Fifteen stories of gay tentacle love, collected together for the first time. Tentacles In The Lake + Tentacles In The Woods + Turned Gay By Tentacles + Tentacles On The Beach + Tentacles In The Pyramids + Tentacles On The Farm + Tentacles In The Arctic + Tentacles For The Lifeguard + Tentacles In The Suburbs + Tentacles In The City + Tentacles In The Locker Room + Tentacles On The Rocks + Tentacles For The Actor + Tentacles In The Canyon + Tentacles In The Pool
A gold letter, wrapped in diamonds, addressed to me. “You are cordially invited to Mystique Island.” It’s a Christmas ball fit for a queen. I’m going to be a special package. A billionaire’s dream girl, delivered to his villa.
Bound in a tight red bow, ready to be unwrapped This is out of my comfort zone, totally unlike me. I’ve been a good girl up till now. But this island has a way of turning good girl’s naughty. So I’ll sit on Santa’s knee. And whisper my deepest desires in his ear. He’s checking his list And checking me twice.
This good girl will be very nice. Welcome to Blakely After Dark.
This is a naughty quick read for mature audiences only. Happily ever after's are guaranteed!
Most users of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) approach it differently than physicians, because they employ informal knowledge, based on their experiences, beliefs, and values. Mary Ruggie stresses that, although physicians also use informal knowledge from their clinical experience to understand patients and their needs, they rely on formal knowledge, based on science, to understand medicine. Thus, if CAM is going to become a legitimate part of health care, physicians must insist that scientific research prove its safety and efficacy.
As World War I rages on Earth, Hephaestion, lauded general and soul mate of Alexander the Great—and now a citizen of Purgatory—embarks on the darkest, most challenging journey of his existence: descending into The Pit of Hell to rescue his king. Chased by Hellbeasts, hunted by Jesuits, and aided by unexpected allies, Hephaestion tests the bounds of loyalty, dedication, and even death as he faces the greatest demon of all: himself. A blend of steampunk and Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy, Trampling in the Land of Woe drives through the cobblestoned streets of New Dis, soars above The Pit in airships, and then stumbles down into the terror-ridden rings themselves. Steam-powered trains, zeppelins, and ornithopters zoom by in a mash-up of literary proportions, all to answer one question: What will one man do to understand the meaning of love and truth?