The LONDON LADS series
A young man uses social media to contact the men he knew as teenaged friends and discovers a soul mate for his own romantic journey. The most ill-matched couple you could ever imagine are thrown together when they exchange flat-sitting—and turn each other’s lives upside down. A reserved young man struggles with a secret affair until he dares to take the adventurous step of making his heart’s wish public. One mischievous night on a shopping mall security camera brings an astonishing blind date for a bored student. A frustrating delay in an airport lounge—with only two precocious children for company—drives a young man to confess he’s in love with his best friend.
Five standalone stories, five romantic couples seeking a happy ever after. This collection of stories includes humor, reflection, erotic desire, and sweet devotion. It celebrates the diversity and delight of lovers against the backdrop of London’s vibrant and lively city—young “London lads” whose love, determination, and sense of adventure are strong enough to find the way to a partner’s heart.
All stories are gay romances with erotic content, all set in and around London.
They are all standalone stories.
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Daniel Cross, excited at the chance of tracking down his old mates from a schoolday sports club, launches a personal quest to find out what kind of man each boy has become.
Compulsive neat freak meets chaotic slob: Can their living space survive the conflict?
Martin and Russ let their lives and living spaces collide – with unexpected results!
A secret affair can’t go on forever. Naturally cautious Dylan must decide just how far he’s prepared to go to keep the man he loves.
Ever wanted to spy secretly on other people’s lives? Ken’s fascinated by a cute waiter from the local bistro who sneaks out to the backyard for his break—and plays sexy to the CCTV camera that Ken’s monitoring.
Garry’s definitely at the end of his tether, after delayed flights at Glasgow airport, bum-numbing seats, poor food, the annoying and astonishing company of two precocious kids – and the humiliating memory of making a clumsy, long-desired pass at his best friend Will.