The more we drink, the stranger our conversation becomes. We start trading saucy comments, as if we're all flirting with each other.
Silly, huh? Somehow we find it all totally hilarious.
And then Mollie asks, "Want to try something really kinky?"
"Like what?" I reply dutifully.
"Have sex with a woman."
So will our guys settle down in Asheville, or head out on the road again? They’ve promised to stick around for a couple more days in order to serve as models for an artist’s proposed mural, but what will happen after that’s done? Things get – complicated -- with the inevitable misunderstandings between our heroes. Their decision is finally made, along with -- of course! -- some interludes of hot sex.
If you like reading about sex between men, but would also like to see something more than just sex, you’ll enjoy “Date with an Artist”, Book Four in the Rick&Jerry Series. It's gay male erotica, part romance and part adventure, with a large helping of hot sex added in for good measure.
Although the series is best read in order, I’ve tried very hard to make it possible to start anywhere.
My goal in writing this series is twofold: In each book, I intend to come up with differing ways that my protagonists can enjoy each other’s bodies, while at the same time adding psychological, emotional, and sometimes action/adventure on top of that.
I hope you’ll decide to follow along with Rick and Jerry while they pull their lives together, face their fears and failures, and search for their dreams.