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Like Magnets, We Attract

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Lovers who are polar opposites. Perhaps one is an unskilled surfer falling for the surf god of his dreams. Maybe one is a fussbudget attorney who ends up going home with a grease-monkey. A prince trapped in a tower and a fairy with gossamer wings. A knight errant and the dragon he’s been sent to slay. Vampires and their human lovers. The computer geek and the jock. These s ...more
ebook, 210 pages
Published 2009 by eXcessica Publishing
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This is a ten-story anthology all catering to the delicious theme of opposites attract. Ranging from fantasy to contemporary, each story glimpses into fascinating characters and the opposite worlds that collide when two hot men can’t stay away from each other. Whether it’s a happy ever after ending, an isolated interlude, or lovers denied, this collection offers something for every reader. The lineup of strong writing, tight storylines and smoking hot characters (sometimes literally) combine to ...more
What a refreshing change of pace this anthology was, for a chance we get snippets of moments between two characters, instead of the authors trying to cram so much into such a short story. We do get set up, and in some cases more than just a poignant scene, but none of these felt rushed or overdone. I actually liked all the stories (unusual for me in an anthology), but especially the janitor vs. the rich kid and the astrology vs. scientist stories, but be forewarned; the last story in the book co ...more
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Jaye is a gay writer of gay erotic fiction, currently living in a small, gay Massachusetts town with his gay partner and two bossy, gay cats.

In addition to the gritty, not-for-the-faint-of-heart urban fantasy and paranormal novels Jaye co-writes with Reno, Jaye also writes short stories under the pen name of Acer Adamson.
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