Night Duty and Other Stories by Nicolas Mann

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All men hold secrets. It’s part of their nature. The mystery of a man, like his musky, masculine scent, is discovered only when he meets naked with another man.

The janitor in the college bathrooms late at night and the professor he meets there. The grizzled mountain men in the Old West sharing a bathtub in a hotel room. The neighbor kid’s Dad in his underwear, drinking and watching videos in the basement. The thickset, gray-bearded homeless daddybear in the alley behind the house. The shadowy priest confronting the young man confessing his sins. The burly innkeeper at a mysterious rustic country retreat.

By day, these men daily mask their innermost desires. Yet it is inevitable that, in the course of their nighttime duties, these men of hair and bone will reveal the hidden secrets thumping in their hearts and pulsing in their pants, to another man who will fulfill those hidden fantasies.

In Night Duty, Nicolas Mann shares his erotic fiction and artwork featuring masculine, hairy men and the other sexy guys whom they lust after, and who love them in return—including drawings created especially for this book.

This unique collection of bearotic fiction and art will amuse and arouse anyone who enjoys the intimate company of masculine men.

About Nicolas Mann

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Nicholas Mann, who has a degree in ancient history and anthropology, lived on the Isle of Avalon in 1983. He conducted original fieldwork, led tours and wrote guidebooks to the area. He is the author of ten books, including The Silver Branch Cards (Druidway, 2000), Druid Magic (Llewellyn, 2000) and The Dark God (Llewellyn, 1996). This is a compilation of his research and experience.
Published February 25, 2013 by Bears Bones Books - Lethe Press. 200 pages
Genres: Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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