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Nut Cream [A Midsummer Night's Steam story]
by Jade Buchanan

Category: Erotica/Gay-Lesbian Erotica
Description: Two men and a bottle of nut cream? A Midsummer Night's Steam story Nut [nuht] noun, verb. 1. A dry fruit consisting of an edible kernel or meat enclosed in a woody or leathery shell. 2. Slang, Vulgar--a testis. Cream [kreem] noun. 1. A soft solid or thick liquid containing medicaments or other specific ingredients, applied externally for a therapeutic, or cosmetic purpose. 2. Slang, Vulgar--to have an orgasm. Toby Madison is coming into his mating phase, and is leaking pheromones all over the place. He is about to find out what happens to bad little wolves, in the best possible way. Cliff Bullen is more than ready to place his mark on the man he has always wanted as his mate--with a little help from a bottle of nut cream. Warning, this title contains the following: explicit male/male sex and graphic language.
eBook Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd., 2007 2007
eBookwise Release Date: December 2009

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Words: 22021
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Two men and a bottle of nut cream? A Midsummer Night's Steam story Nut [nuht] noun, verb. 1. A dry fruit consisting of an edible kernel or meat enclosed in a woody or leathery shell. 2. Slang, Vulgar--a testis. Cream [kreem] noun. 1. A soft solid or thick liquid containing medicaments or other specific ingredients, applied externally for a therapeutic, or cosmetic purpose. 2. Slang, Vulgar--to have an orgasm. Toby Madison is coming into his mating phase, and is leaking pheromones all over the place. He is about to find out what happens to bad little wolves, in the best possible way. Cliff Bullen is more than ready to place his mark on the man he has always wanted as his mate--with a little help from a bottle of nut cream. Warning, this title contains the following: explicit male/male sex and graphic language.This story speaks to a different wave of immigrants and tells the American Jewish story viewed through an unfamiliar lens. As always, it is a story of lost worlds and difficult transitions, and the innocence of childhood in a world about to break apart. It is also about an essentially Sephardic experience, about the price and consequences of colonialism in the Middle East, about exotic locales and strong family values. The Suez crisis of 1956/57 essentially powers this memoir both personally and historically. It is a profoundly topical story, little known, but it holds the kernel of much of the subsequent turbulent history in the Middle East. The lush descriptions of foods and customs, houses, landscapes, events and people, caused a seasoned reviewer to write of this book, "It's obvious that your writing talent was waiting for this subject..." [AVAILABLE ONLY IN ADOBE ACROBAT PDF FORMAT.]


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