When you’re travelling the world thanks to yec.com, it’s always good to have something to read – some of the travels take a long time, and you might want to impress your new friend with your knowledge of contemporary literature! That said, we’ll be presenting some light travel literature this time – some gay fiction to ease the burden of travel!
For Real by Alexis Hall
For a change, let’s dive into the world of BDSM romance! Alexis Hall managed to capture a beautiful older-younger dynamic relationship, with a BDSM twist – the book will grab you and won’t let go until you finish it!
In the Absence of Light by Adrienne Wilder
It’s a nice change to read about gay characters who aren’t perfect: one is a wanted smuggler, the other one is severely autistic – but there’s a budding romance in there. Read it if you want something new and exciting that goes beyond the norm!
I’ll Be Your Drill, Soldier by Crystal Rose
Gay military romance which has everything: coming out to parents, getting thrown out, financial problems and harsh army climate – but it will keep you on your toes until the last page!
Broken Pieces by Riley Hart
Three male characters, three broken pieces that want to be made whole: an orphan, a son of a gang leader, and an established attorney – will they be able to transcend their heritage, culture and upbringing and surrender to love?