A dozen hot tales of man-on-man action by the author of the classic Hot on the Trail. Here is how Lukas Scott describes these stories:
"The trick is to write something fantastic and believable – that might just happen. The sexy teacher might well be gay, the nurse might just give you one at the hospital, the horny soldier might just miss his missus and shoot his load... you get the drift.
"Erotica is about possibilities and imagination – anything can happen anywhere because, let's be honest, we get hard-ons everywhere: weddings (mmm ... the best man), shopping (mmm ... bankers), taking the dog for a walk (mmm ... joggers), dropping the car off at the garage (mmm ... mechanics)."
Among the featured stories are: Scar, A Ring on His Finger, The Builder's Crack, There's More to Love (Than Boy Fucks Girl), Buttcam, Chasing the Egg, The Butcher's Boy, and A Happy Finish.
What is the title of your book?
‘A Happy Finish’ – what I always aim to give my readers.
Where did the idea for the book come from?
These stories have been lounging around my bedroom for a while waiting to get out there and kick ass. Sizzler asked what was in my pants, so I obliged.
What genre does it fall under?
I like the term ‘Queerotica’ but these days post Shades of Grey it’s ‘Gay Erotica’. My storytellers like to cross lines so there are straight acting gayboys, curious straight guys, bisexual geezers and a cast of horny builders, vampires, soldiers, clones, butchers, nurses and jocks.
Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?
Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins from Supernatural come out on top, Ian Somerhalder from The Vampire Diaries, Chris Meloni from Law & Order: SVU, the only Bond worth talking about in Daniel Craig, Star Stud Zachary Quinto and there’s room for some ‘Adult Performers’ like Danny Mountain, Kris Slater, James Deen and Steve Hooper ...
What is the one sentence synopsis of your book?
Where true stories meet wet dreams.
How long did it take you to write the first draft?
It’s 10 years in the making, a kind of ‘Best of’ collection. When I get caught up with writing a story, I try and bed it within the day.
What other books would you compare this story to within your genre?
I like writing by some of the more off-beat authors, who drag you off to strange lands with stranger characters to play with you – M.Christian, Gregg Herren, Todd Gregory and Greg Wharton spring to mind, partly because they’ve also had the good sense to publish some of my stories.
Who or what inspired you to write this book?
I lost one of the family jewels to testicular cancer (fortunately got to keep my favourite one) and so was looking for A Project. Erotica is great for stirring the imagination, and some of the stories are also old friends I wanted o give new life to.
What else about your book might pique the reader’s interest?
Here are a dirty dozen short stories, the best of Lukas Scott from the last decade. Dip in and you never know where you might land. If bittersweet and sizzling hot stories aren’t enough for you, there’s also some value added content in the form of a non-fiction introduction "Confessions Of A Smut Pedlar."