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Body Language (Erotic Gay Fiction) [Kindle Edition]

Thom Wolf
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EROTIC GAY FICTION FOR ADULTS.
Warning: This book contains scenes of an explicit sexual nature.

The second collection of erotic fiction from the author of BEDTIME STORIES, WORDS MADE FLESH and THE CHAIN.

In “The New Puppy” two older tops get to know Dave’s insatiable new boyfriend Chad. Married business man Tony meets Lucas at the exclusive Regent Hotel for a night of executive relief in “The Night Porter”. Two strangers find warmth together one cold October night in “The Boy at The Farm”.

Other stories include: “Body Language”, “Lose Control”, “Man Machine”, “Ghost of an Image”, “Karnstein”, “Secret Rendezvous”, “Vanilla Latte” and the bonus story “Show Off”.

Leather men, wandering husbands, eternally young vampire twinks and romantic lovers are among the men vividly conjured up in the eleven stories that comprise Thom Wolf’s boundary pushing collection “BODY LANGUAGE”.

This book is specially formatted for Kindle, with an active table of contents.

NOTE: This book was previously published with a different cover. The content remains the same.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 259 KB
  • Print Length: 124 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Purdey & Gambit (25 Jan 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00723OGIK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #113,596 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Thom Wolf has written three erotic novels THE CHAIN, WORDS MADE FLESH and THE SEX CABARET. He contributed fiction to the iconic magazines Freshmen, In Touch and Indulge through the 1990's and 2000's and his short stories have appeared in over 30 anthologies.

In November 2011 he released his first e-book BEDTIME STORIES, a collection of erotic short fiction.

2012 saw the publication of BODY LANGUAGE, his second collection of stories, as well as his new novel THE SEX CABARET. He is currently finishing a new novel and working on stories for a new collection.

He lives in a small town in County Durham, England.

Visit www.thom-wolf.blogspot.com for news and exclusive extras including free stories and e-books.

Twitter @ThomWolf

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars melancholic 11 Mar 2012
By Furio
Format:Kindle Edition
This is a lengthy collection of gay erotica -the author calls it porn, bless him for his honesty- written by a gay man for gay men.

The quality of writing is quite high and I am not only referring to the happy lack of grammar mistakes. This man is literate and is not afraid to show it. It might surprise others (not me) but this does not get in the way of dirty fun: sex is steamy all the same and for me, a lover of well written sentences, even more so because of the lustre of the words used.

I could not award such quality with less than five stars, it would have been profoundly unjust, and yet I have some reservations that need to find their place in my review to warn other readers.
It is not only that most of Mr Wolf's characters are fortish or at any rate past their prime. It is rather a general sense of sadness for lives not exactly ill spent but a little wasted, lives full of compromise. The imaginative sex is always tainted by harsh reality.
I think the aim was that of portraying real-size characters with whom the reader could identify: let us be honest about it, I doubt many gorgeous looking studs in their prime would spend much time, these days, reading porn instead of pursuing it in real life. I imagine most of the readers to be either quite young, shy men or middle aged to seniors.
Actually I could relate very well (the middle age, the beerbelly, damn) but these short stories struck chords a little too close to home for comfort. I could not feel the joyous abandonment I always look for in my escape readings and especially in porn.
The sense of unease coalesce into two outright horror stories that are sexy but also quite desperate and bleak and into a very nasty BDSM one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Who Needs Language? 21 July 2013
By Bunny
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This is a collection of gay erotic stories which is very well written and tells a good tale in each story in the collection. Situations and characters are are well presented and although the writer has one aim in veiw - i.e. to present a gay scene and gay action - he does not cut corners to get to the action but tells the story building up to the action. My only complaint - and this is my personal view - is that the writer seems to be obsessed with the letter "J" for a lot of his characters. James, Jimmy, John Joshus,etc. He even had a Jarrard. This grated on me a little, but apart from that it is a good read all the way through.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars melancholic 11 Mar 2012
By Furio - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This is a lengthy collection of gay erotica -the author calls it porn, bless him for his honesty- written by a gay man for gay men.

The quality of writing is quite high and I am not only referring to the happy lack of grammar mistakes. This man is literate and is not afraid to show it. It might surprise others (not me) but this does not get in the way of dirty fun: sex is steamy all the same and for me, a lover of well written sentences, even more so because of the lustre of the words used.

I could not award such quality with less than five stars, it would have been profoundly unjust, and yet I have some reservations that need to find their place in my review to warn other readers.
It is not only that most of Mr Wolf's characters are fortish or at any rate past their prime. It is rather a general sense of sadness for lives not exactly ill spent but a little wasted, lives full of compromise. The imaginative sex is always tainted by harsh reality.
I think the aim was that of portraying real-size characters with whom the reader could identify: let us be honest about it, I doubt many gorgeous looking studs in their prime would spend much time, these days, reading porn instead of pursuing it in real life. I imagine most of the readers to be either quite young, shy men or middle aged to seniors.
Actually I could relate very well (the middle age, the beerbelly, damn) but these short stories struck chords a little too close to home for comfort. I could not feel the joyous abandonment I always look for in my escape readings and especially in porn.
The sense of unease coalesce into two outright horror stories that are sexy but also quite desperate and bleak and into a very nasty BDSM one.
As if realising he might have gone too far Mr Wolf officially closes his collection with two heartwarming tales where harshness recedes to the background and a glimpse of romance is perceivable but -final twist- the very last, the bonus one, is again a little sad.

I loved Man Machine and Vanilla Latte, of course, the two "romantic" ones.
Body Language is also quite poignant (unfortunately all that smoking was a bit of a turn off for me, I hate cigarettes).
My personal favourite is probably The Night Porter, even if it was possibly the saddest one for me. The very subdued tones of a clandestine affair that could turn into a blooming romance if the two men had the courage to face hypocrisy and make sacrifices (especially the older, married one, of course) were somehow more heartwrenching than an outright drama.

Read Mr Wolf's effort, but do not expect a "light" read.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't know 6 Nov 2012
By Carmen l. Rodriguez - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I didn't read this. Someone else did. So I couldn't make a review on it since I haven't read it.
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