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They Do (M/M) Anthology

Author(s): Sean Michael, Berengaria Brown, Lynn Townsend, M. Durango

 There's nothing like a wedding to make things interesting, for the grooms, the wedding party, the family, the friends, and even the caterer! 

Sean Michael's Hammer Club favorites Billy and Montana are back in "Put a Ring On It", a tale that begins with the celebration of their best friends' first anniversary. In "Building Us," by Lynn Townsend, Eric and Temple discover that, for want of a nail, a ring is lost. In "Hold Your Peace" by Lazuli Jones, Terrence's best friend (and best man) Michael makes a confession hours before Terrence's wedding. In "Tony's Tiara" by Berengaria Brown, Tony's sister's wedding is a neverending saga of disasters, but Josh is there to support Tony through them all.

In "Having His Cake" by Genna Donaghy, Matty Strauss is about to cater the biggest wedding in his career, but the last thing he expects is for the groom to be his former one night stand. In "Always a Groomsman" by M. Durango, best men Doug and Garth have to keep a wedding-day disaster at bay. In "Lake Effect" by Erin McRae and Racheline Maltese, Kyle and Daniel return to their hometown to get married only to find themselves facing an obstacle course of family drama and small-town misadventure in their quest to make it down the aisle.

Excerpt


From  Put a Ring on It by Sean Michael

Billy cleared his throat and raised his glass, waiting for his dinning companions to quiet.

"A toast. To Marcus and Jim. Happy first anniversary."

"Happy anniversary!" Everyone applauded, then clinked their glasses together.

Jim was in Marcus' lap, hiding his head in his master's neck.

Laughing, Marcus nodded to them. "Thanks, guys."

"Don't be shy, Jim. It's good to celebrate." His Montana was laughing, teasing.

Billy looked at Marcus who smiled back at him, winked.

"Oh-ho. Someone has his sub plugged or bound," Billy noted. Marcus and Jim were damn kinky. It was a joy to see.

"Lucky duck." Tanny was in rare form.

"Quack, quack." Jim grinned after quacking as Marcus laughed out loud again.

Tanny cackled, then leaned over and kissed Jim playfully. Jim looked easier in his skin when they'd all settled back into their seats and the laugher faded.

"Seriously, though, I wouldn't have thought being officially married would have made a difference, but you two do look happier than ever." Billy had to smile; there was a peace in the air around their friends now.

"It's another layer of commitment," Jim answered. "A legal one."

Marcus nodded. "Jim is right. And I like being able to call you my husband, baby."

"You two are adorable." Montana chuckled at them, looking fond.

He bumped Montana's shoulder. "You don't want to be able to call me your husband?" Billy actually liked being called Master, but he also liked to tease.

"Like you want to marry me."

"Of course I do." It was a knee jerk answer and the utter truth.

"Nonsense." Tanny leaned over, kissed him. "Do you want anything from the bar, Master? I need another water."

"I want some lemonade." He watched Montana go, considering his boy. Tanny didn't believe that he would marry him? Billy didn't like that. Of course he'd marry his boy. It simply hadn't come up between them. Now that it had, he would have to come up with the best way to ask. Well, he already had definite ideas about that, actually.


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ISBN (Print):
ISBN (Electronic): 978-1-61040-768-7
Genre: GLBT
Date Published: 06/18/2014
Publisher: Torquere Press

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