Publisher: Bay Cove Press
Length: 102 Pages
Tags: Fantasy & Paranormal
Plunge into the icy dark waters of the San Francisco bay with this gay erotic tale of murder, mutiny, and mermen.
Carlos Santiago is a man on the edge of sanity. After battling cancer, he’s developed an obsession with death, fearful that it’s lurking behind every shadow, waiting to steal his last breath. Then a sexy encounter with an alluring merman turns his world upside down and gives him new hope for the future.
But escaping his former boyfriend, Dr. Tyson Thorne, won’t be so easy. When Carlos discovers shocking medical experiments were taking place behind his back, he embarks on a race against time to unlock the mystery of the doctor’s secrets before he gets caught.
With danger threatening him at every turn, can Carlos escape the hands of death a second time? And can he trust his new merman love interest when everyone around him seems to be hiding a dark secret? Find out in King of the Sea, a tantalizing gay science fiction fantasy by Nathan Bay.
I have a thing for mermen and, ooo, this book has a hottie named Ross. My review is going to be one big shameless spot for sexy mermen and one pic of Ariel because, squeeee, The Little Mermaid!!
Carlos is going home to break up with his selfish boyfriend, Tyson, because he made him move away from his family and friends and isolated him from new people, and he’s one cold fish of a doc bf. Carlos is recovering from testicular cancer and while it’s gone he has lingering effects. He’s totally hung up only having one ball, it hurts for him to come and then his boyfriend’s so unloving and Carlos is sad. Oh gawd, I felt so bad for him. 🙁
Naww. This book is a cutie pattooie with a big ole smooshy heart. Ross was swoony and Carlos was a sweetie naive guy. I wanted to hug them and love them and become a third. 😉 For lovers of gay mermen who come out of the sea to heal us and love us, they’re real, read King of the Sea, it’s shortish and fun and adorbs.