Fifth in the "Boys of…" series
1980, Rome's famous Cinecittà film studios, and wet-behind-the-ears “gofer” Gil Graham from Los Angeles meets British “gofer” Mike Smith. They're the Boys of Vice City and their tempestuous love affair rocks them to London—Disco City—splits them between Two Cities, and reunites them in the Fast Lane of London again. But Gil knows Mike has a past, that their nemesis, the movie mogul James Rosen, “picked Mike out of the gutter.” So how does a privately educated Latin scholar fall so low? Boy of the West End takes Mike back in time and follows his trail of discovery, perdition, and eventual redemption.
ILLUSTRATED in paperback 240 pages
Published 10 September 2014
Boy of the West End is a prequel to the rest of the `Boys Of` series. However, this is a standalone story where we follow Mike as a Grammar School boy through his formative gay years as a questing teen in want of experience, finding out the hard way what it is to be an attractive youth equipped with a leanly muscled swimmers build and a near overwhelming sex drive.
A truly loin stirring triumph in words and (in the paperback version) illustrations by the legendary gay artist Zack (aka Oliver Frey) See zack-art.com and oliverfreyart.com
The story is fast paced and full of sexual thrills, adventures and misadventures. Both the writing, and Zack's unique drawings deliver a mega-watt erotic charge.