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NEW ORDER (GLBT short stories)

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New Order ($3.99)

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Title = Mature Audience


A choice selection of stylishly wild and wicked GLBT stories.

SUMMARY: The following stories include: a suave concert pianist…a bisexual succubus…two young ladies reliving and exploring their school friendship…m/m gay street sex…a gender-bender…and a hot, epic blog.

New Order features in the short story collection, 4:Play.

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REVIEWS (on New Order):

"Delightful collection covering a nice range of topics & relationships. Fun to read; worth seeking out more by the author."
-- Review by Elfwreck, Dec 2010

"Even [Jess's] shortest stories pay off beautifully, and her concluding story makes me wonder what she could accomplish with a full-length novel. All are welcome here, and every sexuality is celebrated. There are no limitations in New Order, just boundaries to be explored."
-- Review by Sally Sapphire/

"New Order was brilliant ~<3 loved it!!!"
-- Twitter message / @NekoPrincess11

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Listed @ GLBT Literature

Listed @ Wikipedia (LGBT Literature)

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Oh my God.

I drop my program, and I quickly bend over to pick it up.

I want to sneak out with him to the parking lot, under the moonlight, rip his boxers off, have them between my teeth.

He is immaculate, dressed in a white suit, holy-white, of all colors. The lights on stage throw a halo around his chestnut-brown hair, random, sexilicious strands resting upon his eyebrows.

He's standing directly beneath the center spotlight, like he is the star of the show--he knows he is. He knows, and I know.

But he knows not that I know.

Lean meat and a polished body, bones hardly showing, hardly a drop of fat on him. Cheekbones and a jaw line like they'd been chiseled by a master artisan's hands. He moves so lightly across the stage, and I think of the Greek messenger god, Hermes, with the swift wings on his heels.

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