Construction workers, plumbers, gardeners - or any hard working man with a tool belt - plays a part in many gay male fantasies. In this steamy collection, we take a ride to the top of a high-rise under construction for a precarious steel-beam encounter; go down in the belly of a dark steamy mine; hang out with some hunky, sweaty landscapers; and slip into the construction manager's office for a quickie.
Wherever we go, you'll find sexy, loving men who are turned on by more than their buddies' tools. In this world, the hats are not the only thing that's hard.
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- Colin Jones
This is fantastic. (yes is, not was)
I'm only chapter 8 of the 24 but this is hot. Recently got into gay erotica and well, this definitely made a mark even though I'm not half way through. I love hearing about how, while he grabbed (man's) cock, he saw the shining sweat droplets on his body and could smell that enticing musky scent that only comes from a man. It kinda embraces people who find any certain type of working man attractive thus far. construction men? Yup! Electricians? Yup! Plumbers? Yup! Accountants? Yup!
If you'd like to know about the narrator, for the most part, I felt he did really well. his voice is deeper and totally fits for majority of the parts. a voice that does it for me, that is for sure.
Overall/tl;dr: I love it and I'm not even finished.
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Didn't Work for Me
I'm a hetero female, but I love M/M/ erotica. But none of these several stories worked for me. It's hard for me to put my finger on it. But I think it was that it detailed more (i.e his abs, his pits, his sweat, his lips, etc.) than it gave action. The action was rushed through with a grunt. All the words were used to describe things not explicit to the act. And it does nothing for me descriptions of pits and body smells. But to each its own. So this might work you. It this type of writing is for you, then have at it.
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