You've seen him strutting across the green, knowing full well every eye is on him. College guys are the stuff of fantasies but there are those who rise to the head of the class, the "big man on campus" who is like a greek god with his bulging biceps, six pack abs, and legs that go on for miles. These dreamy hunks stride across campus, inciting lust with every step. Whether showering off after soccer, posing in the library stacks, or engaging in some male bonding at the fraternity house, these gorgeous lads and grads are good for arousing action.
An enticingly explicit collection of gay erotica, Big Man on Campus explores the first lust for another boy, all-night study sessions with a classmate, and the excitement of a student hot for teacher. This steamy collection relishes the joys of self-discovery and the revelations that happen when a young man has the freedom to pursue his interests - in bed and out. From coming out to falling in love, these stories of sexual awakening will evoke trembling, heart-pounding, sweaty-palmed excitement. The editor himself gets the frat party started with a true confession of his own campus encounter.
©2013 Cleis Press (P)2013 Cleis Press
a young narrator that knows how to actually pronounce words... roy needs to retire... college stories read to me by my grandfather.. YUK. his frequent mispronunciations of common words is maddening!
found a young, well read narrator. he is anything but "fresh"
I dont want my grampa reading "fresh, gay erotica" to me find a younger narrator
I didnt even finish it, the narrator just grated on my nerves too completely
If you had picked a better narrator. This book is about college students, and you have narrator that sounds like a middle aged man doing the narration. I just could not get into it, it sounded wrong. You should have had the same narrator that did college boys do this one.
I love Shane Allison, it was not the book, it was the narrator that killed this book. If you want better reviews, redo this book with a new narrator.
I do not personally like Roy Wells narration because he is a little to stiff for my liking, but in this case he sounded too old for the characters he was trying to portray.
The book was fine, I just hated the narration.
I feel as though as this format grows, authors and narrators need to not be looking for someone who can read out loud, but someone who can sell your story. Even in erotica there should be some standard.
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