Showboy by John Butler

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Great looks and equipment are not a substitute for true love. The drop-dead gorgeous blond, Casey Lowe, was probably the most sexually satisfied, and undoubtedly the most sexually satisfying boy in the senior class at Junipero Serra High School in San Francisco. While fulfilling his own enormous sexual appetites with his similarly enormous sexual equipment, he was also gratifying those of many other gay boys in his school - as well as quite a few who were supposedly straight and several of the more susceptible teachers as well. When his favorite gay porn star appeared at a local strip theatre, he managed to schedule a thrilling private session with him, which led to his becoming a regular "dancer" there. His beauty, combined with his enormous endowment and sexual magnetism made him a favorite with the theatre patrons and the other performers - especially the hung, horny and fascinating ex-porn star, Richard. Like most of the house dancers, he also satisfied the appetites of some of the patrons on a private basis. Guest porn stars appearing at the theatre traditionally shared their "charms" backstage with all the house dancers, but Casey and Richard were their favorites, often joining the stars for glorious lovemaking in their private quarters. Earlier, Casey had fallen in love with Dave Cotter, the first boy who ever fully made love to him, but Dave moved away, and it was in Richard's bed, in Richard's arms and his other places that Casey found love again. Richard's insatiable hunger for wild sex destroyed that love, but when Casey met Luke, a visitor to the city, he realized he had found "the one" and was inspired to pull his academic career out of the slump in which his activities at the theatre had plunged it, so he could join Luke in college in South Carolina
 

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John Butler is best known for his wildlife picture books. His Puffin titles have sold over 200,000 copies and include a series he has illustrated for Teresa Radcliffe as well as his own bestselling Whose Baby Am I? and If You See a Kitten. John lives in Kent with his wife.
 
Published March 13, 2013 by STARbooks Press. 292 pages
Genres: Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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