elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Arrival by H.J. Perry (243-08-02-2016)

This books sucked me in from the very beginning… I want to now go back and read book 1: Deviant.

Arrival (Matriarchy & Corruption #2) by H.J. Perry
Bisexual Sci-fi / Futuristic
Publisher: The Pandemic Press; 2 edition (November 30, 2015)
Amazon Kindle: Arrival (Matriarchy & Corruption #2)

A dystopian, post-apocalyptic story of forbidden love. A gay romance.

Seven decades after the pandemic that changed us forever, the population is still teetering on the brink of extinction. Men and women live in entirely separate asexual communities. Most people are infertile, and male babies are rare. Adult males are generally impotent and lethargic, a consequence of altered DNA.

Does the Matriarchal society work in the interests of all citizens?

A minority of people still crave physical, sexual pleasure. The West Beach fertility unit doubles as a brothel for deviants, women who desire men. Alton and Paul are among the minority of men who are virile.

When Alton leaves his rural male community, he is shocked to discover he is expected to provide sexual services to wealthy women. He can't do it. He has someone special on his mind. Alton feels more than brotherly love for his lifelong friend. After five months apart they will be reunited but does Paul feel the same?

Contains hot, sexy men getting naked and sexy together. All characters in the book are over 18, and the book contains adult content.
Speculative fiction meets M/M romance in a post-apocalyptic dystopian Matriarchy.

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