2014 Top Ten Gay Romance

2014 Top Ten Gay Romance GENRE Gay • Multi-Author Anthology • Erotic Romance
ISBN 9781611527452

E-Book: JMS Books LLC | Amazon Kindle Unlimited
Print: JMS Books LLC | Amazon

2014 Top Ten Gay Romance brings together the best-selling short stories published by JMS Books that year.

From first love to true love, from submission to sensual, from heat to sweet and everything in between, the couples in these stories are sure to keep you turning the pages as you fall in love with them.

With stories by J.M. Snyder, Drew Hunt, J.L. Merrow, A.R. Moler, Jeff Adams, Terry O’Reilly, Iyana Jenna, J.D. Walker, Sam Singer, and Paul Alan Fahey, this head-over-heels collection goes beyond bedtime reading. Whether happily ever after or happy for now, there’s an ending for everyone in here!

Contains the stories:
* Rivals by Jeff Adams
* Words by Paul Alan Fahey
* The Nutcracker by Drew Hunt
* Ya Like That? by Iyana Jenna
* Making It Pay by J.L. Merrow
* Personal Protection by A.R. Moler
* My Beagle, the Yenta by Terry O’Reilly
* Broken by Sam Singer
* Blurring the Lines by J.M. Snyder
* The Best Man for Me by J.D. Walker

    Adam and Garth had barely taken a couple of steps before Garth came face to upper chest with a wall of blue uniform.

    Garth looked up and gulped. “They didn't have to call you. We're leaving.”

    “I wasn't called,” Mr. Mountain of Muscle rumbled. “I was just passing when I saw the, uh, commotion.”

    “He,” Adam turned around and shot Santa a death glare, “said my daddy was a de…degeneration.”

    “A what?” The security guard squatted until he was eye-level with Adam.

    “I asked Santa to send a new boyfriend for daddy 'cause Uncle Jerry was mean and nasty and --”

    “Adam!” Garth warned softly and closed his eyes. This wasn't happening.

    “And Santa said some mean things, so I kicked him in the nuts.”

    “Adam!” Garth said louder, his eyes shooting open. Where had he learned that word!

    The security guard barked out a laugh and offered a hand to Adam. “My name's Tony.”

    Adam took the man's hand and they shook -- Adam's tiny hand completely engulfed by Tony's huge paw.

    “Did you learn in school that you should always listen to what a cop tells you?” Tony asked.

    Garth had to admire the guy's technique. From the look on Adam's face, Tony had the eight-year-old's full attention.

    “Yeah,” Adam nodded.

    “That isn't the real Santa Claus. He just works here at Christmas.”

    Adam looked confused. “He has to be. He knew my name.”

    Tony shook his head. “The elf at the head of the line asked your name didn't he?”

    Adam nodded.

    “And then he said it out loud.”

    Adam nodded again.

    “The elf has a little microphone on his costume and the man playing Santa has a little speaker in his chair. So he heard what the elf said.”

    Adam's eyes got big.

    Garth hoped Tony wasn't spoiling the secret of Christmas for Adam. If he did, the man would have to face Garth's mother's wrath, and that wouldn't be pretty.

    “The real Santa Claus knows every little boy and girl's names. And, do you want to know what else?”

    Adam nodded, clearly willing to believe everything the man was saying.

    “Unlike that fake Santa, the real Santa is nice to everyone, especially men who like other men ... 'cause he knows it's harder for them to find someone special.” Under his breath, Tony added, “And I should know.”

    Garth knew his mouth was hanging open. This ... god was gay, and single?