This ebook contains the first three volumes of an ongoing multi-author series of gay erotica shorts about black and white men in love in antebellum America. Love and lust between slave and free are forbidden in these tales, which range from loving and sweet to dark and kinky, and they are all meant only for mature adult readers with a taste for this sort of material.
Love and Cotton: When a young white man falls in love with his slave, they both know that their relationship must remain a forbidden secret. But Master Robert Delauter doesn't understand the challenges his illicit partner faces, and the slave Toby must choose between the man he has come to love and his freedom. This is a short erotic novelette aimed at gay readers with an interest in black men, BDSM and dirty straight guys.
Love and Brick: Tim Mason is a bricklayer working on Brutewood Plantations. He isn't an abolitionist, and he didn't come there to fall in love. But when a shy young slave greets him, Tim feels things he didn't think were possible. In 19th century America, nobody, least of all Tim, considered the possibility of a black man and a white man interacting as equals, friends and even lovers. Tim's a widower, and his new young black friend, George, is a house slave. When Tim sees George being victimized, he jumps into action, pushing them both to make a very serious and life-altering choice. Can their love survive the rigors of 19th century America?
Love and Tobacco: Kerald's life as a slave at Brutewood Plantation isn't so bad, he thinks, not that he wouldn't love to be free. But he loves one aspect of his subservient life: being punished by dear lovely Overseer Hendrick. Kerald craves the sting of the whip and the bondage of the stockade, which both frustrates and delights Overseer Hendrick. As they develop a potent and confusing relationship, Kerald faces the possibility of an unwilling life as a free, but lonely, man. Can their passion for each other survive a sexually tumultuous controversy of epic proportions?