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Straight guys aren’t so straight.
Straight Guys collection of eleven standalone novellas, books 1-11 in Steve Milton’s Straight Guys series:
What We Did In Bangkok
Best buds Mike and Bryan travel to Bangkok for a week of freedom away from their wives. After some beers and a very personal conversation, their Bangkok trip becomes the vacation of a lifetime.
Bubble-butted Mexican construction worker Pedro has everything Steve wants: he’s ripped, energetic, and willing to sweat. Squeezing through a tight hallway with Pedro awakens Steve’s hidden desires and brings back the passion he thought he’d lost.
A straight reporter has no specific plan for his trip to Cuba, until a strikingly handsome young doctor gives him a plan, and a beach massage leads to a Cuban revolution.
Greg has never been with a man, much less with two men at once, but this night can make his CIA career.
Ken and Jonas share their love of coffee and music, along with an occasional joint. As their relationship becomes intimate, Jonas insists he isn’t gay, but Ken isn’t worried about labels.
Ohio Full Monty
After layoffs at the auto plant, Mike halfheartedly falls into dancing at Hard Candy, a male strip club. In a dark private room at Hard Candy, Mike smells familiar aftershave and lip balm.
Camboys (No Homo)
Kevin joins a cam site to make money for college. He shyly strips for the cam, and a Texas oil billionaire soon becomes his biggest fan. When the oil billionaire’s story doesn’t add up, Kevin realizes that his true love has been nearby all along.
Camboys II: CHP Makes Three
Kev and Troy love the sight of Sam’s handsome front and beefy rear under his police uniform, but hate the way he tries to push them around. They find a way to get Sam out of the closet and into their bed for an unforgettable three-man cam show.
Kyle, the flight attendant in charge of the big flying shaft, “accidentally” interrupts Jameson’s in-flight entertainment. Whoopsy daisy! Kyle enters that same airplane bathroom and makes it up to Jameson handsomely, fore and aft.
Jim sees a deliciously beefy straight college jock casually strutting around the airport, as if placed there just to tempt him. Jim wants to close the deal, but all he has is fifteen minutes, a quiet airport bathroom, and a wad of cash.
Daniel Cohen and his sociopathic boss Nick are closeted gay used car salesmen in 1990s West Virginia. As much as Daniel hates Nick’s abusive outbursts, he knows that he and Nick are two of a kind, gay men trying to live with a little bit of dignity in a cruel world. Once their hate is exhausted, they can only find love.