Three Day Special- Hero

Hero got a brand new cover, and to celebrate I put it on sale at Amazon and Apple– 50% off through Saturday.

Unlucky in love, good-hearted Reed Stinger only attracts narcissistic and abusive men who take advantage of his good nature. After he discovers his latest boyfriend in a compromising position with another man, he’s determined to give up on love. When his ex-boyfriend threatens him, it takes the unexpected intervention of a sexy, muscular hero to save him. Can he restore Reed’s faith in love too? This hot and steamy short story contains explicit content and is meant for adults over the age of 18. #gayerotica #gayromance #mmromance #mmerotica

 

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Playing Doctor- Free!

Allow me to re-introduce myself with this story I wrote over a year ago. Playing Doctor is the story of two young guys who meet, and decide to get to know each other in a very intimate way. If you follow the series of three books, they go further than that, and fall in love, despite meddling parents and other calamities. The first book is free to read at all storefronts. What are you waiting for yo? Download it today!

https://www.amazon.com/Playing-Doctor-Enrique-Cruz-ebook/dp/B01CIA01JY/ref=sr_1_7?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1492529732&sr=1-7&keywords=playing+doctor

Macho- tech issues resolved.

The death of my father made the publishing of Macho much more hurried than it should have been, and mistakes were made in the editing process. These have been taken care of, and a new file has been uploaded to my distributor. If you’ve not received an automatic update from the storefront you purchased the book from, please contact me at Enriqueeros@gmail.com and I will take care of this for you. My apologies for any inconvenience.

Macho-Live 04/08/17

Macho– The story of two men; Jared is young, inexperienced in love, but more experienced with the harsher truths of life. Creed is older, afraid of intimacy, much less with a younger man. Here’s a brief excerpt.

He looked into my eyes again, thick black lashes damp. He swiped at them with his other hand.

“Look, I’m sorry I shouldn’t be laying this on you, you’ve got so much to deal with already and I’m supposed to be the grownup here…”

“Whoa, stop that right now. Maybe I don’t know much, maybe I’m a few years younger, but I can be here for you. Yeah, we just met, and we’re a lot alike. I’m not good at talking to people, I guess I’m afraid of them, and while I might not have a lot of advice to give, I can still listen.” I held tight to his hand, frustrated at the usual argument adults always gave younger people- how they aren’t old enough, or mature enough. I’m an adult, maybe a young one, but I’ve been through some shit, and I’m not a kid anymore. Hell, living with my family, I’ve been adulting for years.

“Okay, but this frightens me. I did something unforgivable last night, betraying your trust.” He took his hand out of mine, looking away again before I could catch his eye.

“What are you talking about? You were my hero last night.” I was confused, unable to say the right thing because I had no idea what he was talking about. His body language baffled me too. Here we are, holding hands, yet he couldn’t look me in the eye? “If anything I should be apologizing to you for letting you get involved in my crazy family drama.”

Creed gripped my hand tight, let go of it, then ran his fingers through his hair, groaning as if he was in agony, a pain without physical boundaries. His face underwent a transformation; from guilt and torment, it went blank, like a stone smoothed over the centuries by sand, wind, and rain until it shone like the smoothest glass.