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Title: Brit Boys: With Toys
Author: Various
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: unknown
Genre: Gay Fiction


From coast to coast and city to country Brit boys enjoy playing with each other and their toys. Not any old toys, though; guitars, rope, plugs and Moleskine journals all prove to be enormous fun. Throw in a shop that’s wall to wall with kinky ideas, a journalist on the lookout for the next big thing, and Dominants who insist on obedience and there’s sure to be something to cater for everyone’s taste.

Whether it’s a quickie or a slow indulgence, Brit boys know how to hit the spot and they aim to please every time. So take a ride, fly high, come enjoy these sexy boys and their toys.

Brit Boys: With Toys is an anthology of M/M stories written by British authors, featuring British characters in British locations. If this steamy set of stories has whet your appetite for more don’t miss Brit Boys: On Boys.

Hard Riders By Ashe Barker

If there’s one thing Liam loves more than a scorching hot lust-on-wheels superbike, it’s the gorgeous sexy guy who owns such a dream machine. When Jackson finds him all but drooling over his tyres and offers him a ride Liam takes no persuading at all. Soon they discover that their mutual fascination with boys’ toys is not limited to the two-wheeled variety, so it’s just as well that Jackson owns his own sex shop and Liam’s job leaves plenty of scope for dressing up.

But real life is much more than just a few kinky games, and has an unfortunate habit of getting in the way.

All Roped Up By M K Elliott

When Alex Fraser interviews Conner ‘Big-Mac’ McCaughey, the champion of London’s bare-knuckle boxing scene, he has more than just the fighter in his sights. Hoping to expose the fight club’s illegal dealings, Alex will stop at nothing to get the story, including doing whatever Conner asks.

The moment Conner sees Alex Fraser, all he can think about is what the young reporter will look like bound. Shibari—the ancient art of rope bondage—is the fighter’s passion, and he can’t think of anyone else he’d like to practise on more.

But Alex’s quest to expose the truth could land them both in serious danger…

Doctor’s Orders By Lucy Felthouse

Hospital porter Aaron Miller isn’t expecting a very exciting birthday. He and his doctor boyfriend, Blake Colville, are working opposite shifts, leaving Aaron to go home to an empty house and the prospect of another shift the following day. Just as he’s leaving work, however, an unexpected sexy encounter in a supply cupboard leaves him feeling in a much more celebratory mood. And an impending dirty weekend away with Blake just puts the icing on the non-existent cake. But who needs cake when you’re dating a dominant doctor?

Toys for Boys By K D Grace

Alpha Nerd, Will Charles teams up with Caridoc ‘Doc’ Jones in a coast to coast walk across England reviewing outdoor gift suggestions for the Christmas edition of Toys for Boys—an online magazine dedicated to the latest gadgets to tickle a man’s fancy. Will is recording their adventures with the latest smart phone technology. Doc is reviewing the latest outdoor gear. The two quickly discover the great outdoors provides even better toys for boys, toys best shared al fresco, toys that, in spite of Will’s great camera work, will never be reviewed in Toys for Boys.

Mile High Kink Club By Lily Harlem

Rhodri’s looking for love, but not ordinary love. He needs a man who’ll bend to his will, submit to his desires and obey his every command–including chastity.

So when Gay Hook Ups finds his perfect partner it’s well worth a trip to London. What he doesn’t bet on is his fragile-looking match being a sharp and successful entrepreneur. So when things between them soar, will he unlock the passion, free his desire and will they reach the dizzying heights of ecstasy together? It all depends on whether Darius is prepared to be caged in order to be set free.

Open Mike By Ashley Lister

Ken finds Mike reading poetry in a bar. Mike is confident and clever and seems capable of teaching Ken everything he needs to know about poetry. And, when Ken asks for his guidance, Mike gladly offers to share his expertise. Consequently, when Mike offers to share more than his expertise in poetry, Ken discovers there are a lot more things he wants to learn from him.

I Get You By Sarah Masters

Morton is Warren’s boss, and they fancy each other like crazy. Except neither of them has the courage to say so, until Warren blurts out an inkling of his feelings. Morton is stunned by Warren’s offer for them to go away together, but not half as stunned as Warren when Morton accepts. Both of them are pretending to be someone they’re not. And both of them soon realise that being yourself is the best bet.

The Guitar By Tabitha Rayne

When shy, awkward Kel plays guitar, it’s the only time he feels at home in his own skin. On stage he can hide in plain sight behind his band and the music. It turns him on to play and he can’t help rubbing up against his guitar. Kel is enraptured by a guy he sees every night in the audience and is shocked when this gorgeous guy seems to notice him. So full of his own self-loathing, Kel just can’t accept that someone as perfect as Damien wants to be with him. Will his insecurities put their happiness in jeopardy?

What does using British locations and British characters mean to you and your story in the Brit Boys: With Toys anthology? What is your story called?

Ashe Barker

My story in the collection is Hard Riders, set in the north of England. I love to write about British locations and British characters because I can make them real. I usually set my stories in places I know well, or maybe base my characters on someone I know. I can use British slang if I want to, so the whole thing is more authentic as well as lots of fun.

M K Elliott

My story is called All Roped Up and is set in London, where I lived and studied for several years. I often write books set in America, with American characters, so writing Brit Boys is like getting back to my roots.

Lucy Felthouse

It means I don’t have to do too much research! 😉 I tend to make the vast majority of my characters British, purely because then they speak how I speak. There are so many subtle, and not-so-subtle nuances of the English language that even though you think you’ve got the lingo down for an American character, you probably haven’t. So why make things harder? I’d rather stick to Brit characters and know I’m getting it right. I’m fairly well-travelled, so I don’t mind so much writing locations outside of the UK, but we wanted to keep the Brit Boys brand very unique, which is why we’ve stuck with Brit locations.

My story is called Doctor’s Orders and is my first medical-themed tale. I had lots of fun with it, too!

K D Grace

I’m not British by birth. I’ve lived in the UK for thirteen years and have loved every minute of it. Writing stories set in British locations with British characters gives me the chance to share my favourite parts of my experience of living here, and a huge part of that is location. My novella in this anthology is called Toys for Boys, and it involves a glorious walk all the way across England on the Wainwright Coast to Coast Path by two blokes who start out not really too keen on each other, but end up learning to play very well together. I’ve done this walk myself with my husband, and it was the best, if most challenging, two-week holiday of my life. I was elated for the chance to share a bit of it.

Lily Harlem

My story is called Mile High Kink Club. I’d been wanting to write a story using a luxury private jet as the location for a while, and in this story I’ve combined it with dinner in London, a construction site in Wales and if there was another chapter the characters would have been in Scotland. I love using British locations, it’s where I live, it’s what I know. I’m also pretty familiar with British men!

Ashley Lister

My story’s called Open Mike. It’s a story about two guys from Manchester who share an interest in poetry. I love writing about Britain and British characters. As a nation I think we undervalue our inherent sexiness but there’s something irresistibly British about being poised, cool and in control. And I think those traits are nothing if not very sexy.

Sarah Masters

My story is called I Get You, and using Brit locations and people is my favourite thing because I’m from the UK and more comfortable writing what I know.

Tabitha Rayne

The theme of my story is Rock and Roll – but it certainly has a British feel to it. My toy of choice is a guitar and it features quite heavily in the sexual play. There’s a lot of sweaty on stage and in the crowd action where sexual tension builds. I named the story simply, The Guitar.


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