A heartfelt tragedy of love, deceit, lies and more. Set in the Northern Thailand city of Chiang Mai. Discover how one man fell in love with a male sex worker. How he was betrayed. How he was hurt.... More > How he sought revenge. A gay erotic novel that is suitable for adult readers only.< Less
I have decided to write a diary.
I am not going to write in it every day, only if something special happens.
My name is Aek and I live in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
I am twenty four years old.
I work at... More > the New My Way bar.
It is a gay bar.
I have worked there for four years.
My hobbies include kick boxing, cooking and men.< Less
A heartfelt tragedy of love, deceit, lies and more. Set in the Northern Thailand city of Chiang Mai. Discover how one man fell in love with a male sex worker. How he was betrayed. How he sought... More > revenge.
No sex scenes.< Less
White van man is a term popularised in the United Kingdom, to describe drivers of light commercial vehicles such as the Ford Transit. Such vehicles are commonly painted white in order to facilitate... More > easy sign-writing on the panelled sides. The stereotype represents the drivers of such vehicles as often self-employed or the owner of a small business such as builder, carpenter, or plumber. In Brighton there are thousands of them.< Less
Alan is straight, Sam is gay.
Set in Brighton, East Sussex, the novel tells of the relationship that existed between the two of them. Set out in diary form it follows the development, the frustration... More > on both sides and the pressures put on them. Unable to meet together at either homes, they resort to the gay cruising site up on the Downs.< Less
The Fertile Crescent, nicknamed "The Cradle of Civilization" due to the birth of various kingdoms within its borders, is a crescent-shaped region containing the comparatively moist and... More > fertile land of otherwise arid and semi-arid Western Asia, and the Nile Valley and Delta of North East Africa.
Jordan is part of the Fertile Crescent.
Jamie travels to Aqaba and the Dead Sea where he finds the Jordanians very accommodating……< Less