Fall Into The Night
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by P. A. Brown
Category: Erotica/Erotic Science Fiction/Gay Fiction
Description: The death of his father catapults Terik u Selhdun into the position of Ogema of Tiamat, the planet of his birth. It was a position he rejected years before when he and his autocratic father clashed over Selhdun's homosexuality. Instead, Selhdun became a linked pilot and owner of his own ship, the Necromancer. Linked pilots are the only ones who can take a ship through Jump, a form of hypserspace travel that allows the empire of man, known as the Autarch, to thrive.
War drove the humans off their home world of Terra (Earth). In the subsequent years, the coordinates of the Terran Jumpoint were lost. When they eventually resurface, Selhdun and the Necromancer are hired to transport a group of scientists back to Terra in order to ascertain whether humans can safely return to the planet of their origin.
But numerous forces in and out of government don't want Selhdun to succeed. Troubles plague the expedition, including an assassination attempt and brutal enemies hell-bent on stopping Selhdun and the ship, even as he and his crew make strides in their mission. Yet in Terran space, a new lethal menace awaits, and soon everyone on board the Necromancer discovers the battle to stay alive has only just begun...
Genres: Gay / Bisexual (M/M & F/F) / Contains Some Heterosexual (M/F) Content / Science Fiction / Futuristic
eBook Publisher: Amber Quill Press, 2010
eBookwise Release Date: May 2011
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [626 KB]
Reading time: 397-556 min.
"4.5 Nymphs!...Moves at a fast pace and will keep your attention...The few books I've read by P. A. Brown have never let me down when it comes to finding well-fascinating characters and a developed storyline. Fall Into The Night is definitely among the top few that I've read. I look forward to seeing what this talent [sic] author comes up with next."--Scandalous Minx, Literary Nymphs Reviews
"4 Stars!...Taking the ending of Fall Into The Night as the indication of a sequel (and I hope I'm correct), I highly recommend this novel for something different from P. A. Brown, but as far as the writing and story goes, it's more of the very excellent same."--Toni V. Sweeney, Tonivsweeney.com Book Review
Pakal rested his hand on Selhdun's shoulder. Selhdun reached back to take it. "Stay with me," he murmured. "If anything happened to you... No, never mind. Just stay with me. I don't know where they've stashed you in this dusty monolith, so don't make me come looking for you."
"Yes, I will stay." Pakal smiled and tightened his grip. "I always do."
After dismissing the servants who might have objected to Pakal touching him, he carried Selhdun into the master suite and laid him on the massive carved tanglewood and ivory bed.
He stripped, revealing his swollen cock to Selhdun's eager touch, then pulled off Selhdun's clothes. Kneeling between the man's legs, Pakal took Selhdun in his mouth, bringing him to the brink only to back off at the last minute. He did this again and again until Selhdun was writhing on the bed and hoarsely begging him to finish. Instead he shoved apart Selhdun's legs and reared up over his, his face a mask of desire as he rammed his cock into Selhdun's ass. Selhdun howled and clutched at Pakal's broad shoulders as they slammed together. Selhdun spewed hot ejaculate all over his stomach and Pakal's, smearing them both when Pakal collapsed on him, rolling onto his side and taking Selhdun with him.
Later, when they started to doze, Selhdun lifted his head off Pakal's shoulder. Pakal barely opened one eye.
"You know I have to marry her," Selhdun said.
"I thought you might." Pakal sighed. "You believe your mother is right?"
"She usually is when it comes to matters of family. She's right about having a year to marry. Does it matter who?"
"A son," he said. Selhdun's breath feathered the hairs on Pakal's chest. Because, of course, it was preordained the first would be a son. An heir. "Let's hope he has a better life than the one they gave you."