Sublime and sexy, author Michael Derison’s spellbinding work of erotic fiction is ironic, funny, and unforgettable.
This epic debut novel tells the story of men who learn that loving who they are is only half the battle. There’s a stigma with which they must make peace—the selfish lusting that seems insatiable. The characters ultimately find lasting love, though their discoveries are not without forks in the road, or without requiring them to answer the call of a few of Nature’s vices.
Excerpts from Native Moments:
– We were both, in removing each article of clothing, peeling away the layers that bound us to the mores of our hypocritical culture. To possess him entirely was the closest I had to a religion, captured in the sanctity of the moment.
– Justin might be facing an insoluble problem in his sworn devotion to Donny Finn… Donny was young and had, from time to time, fallen into a “funk.” Love entailed fitting perfectly those crucial emotions together, like an ingenious erector set, always growing more complex, but instead of being hard, metallic, it was product of softness, of needful caresses. One day, Justin had promised, it would be his final triumph to own love thoroughly, and to heal the desolate past.
– I admit to being cynical, but not about Christopher, who, whenever
I returned from a trip, opened himself to me, cradled my head in his lap, ran his fingers over me, kissed my head with a gentle passion, so lovingly that I felt I could cry for how free and caring we were. I leaned into the warmth of his body, while his fingers glided softly over the even pulse of my temples.