Str8 Studs Downlow, Vol. 2: A Collection of Fine Gay Erotica About Straight Men (The Best of the Straight Guy Clubhouse)
The Str8 Studs Downlow series is about the hottest, straightest men in the world of fiction, dripping with sweat and machismo. These four stories are explorations of masculine, heterosexual perfection, more than 25,000 words of heart-stopping sexual entertainment. "Boxers Downlow" by Hector... show more
The Str8 Studs Downlow series is about the hottest, straightest men in the world of fiction, dripping with sweat and machismo. These four stories are explorations of masculine, heterosexual perfection, more than 25,000 words of heart-stopping sexual entertainment.
"Boxers Downlow" by Hector Bugarro: Hector Sanchez is an aspiring boxer cursed by being a little too short to be considered a serious contender. Until, that is, he meets a fight promoter and manager named Calvos. A mysterious, dark-skinned man, Calvos pushes Hector to explore his sexual limits in order to make the necessary sacrifices — Hector is desperate to give his career a boost by fighting in an upcoming tournament Calvos has told him about. He’s willing to do anything to make himself a star, and Calvos knows just which boundaries he should cross.
"Interracial Downlow" by Bubba Marshall: Mitchum and Rico are two young criminals, one white, one black; one polite, the other crude; one rural, the other urban. Stuck in a hotel room overnight, they turn to each other’s embrace for companionship, agreeing not to ever talk about the steamy evening afterwards. The affair quickly gets out of hand, however, as a corrupt local cop threatens to ruin the lives of Mitchum and Rico forever.
"Rednecks Downlow" by Bubba Marshall: Tom Barnett returns to his hometown of Bumcraw, Oklahoma, after leaving the Army in disgrace. As his relationship with his girlfriend falls apart, Tom finds comfort in the arms of a new male friend. Bursting with machismo and redneck style, Tom’s new acquaintance is hard to handle, buckstrong and wild. He has some crazy ideas about what lonely men can do to pass the time, and Tom finds himself unable, and unwilling, to say no.
"Farmboys Downlow" by Bubba Marshall: The Daughtry brothers manage their family farm, hanging on by the skin of their teeth since their parents passed away. They sometimes barely get along at all, and the arrival of a mysterious black stranger from even further South threatens to unravel their family entirely. The Daughtrys and their new friend Hollister explore the limits of their sexual desire in this primeval celebration of the macho redneck archetype.