8 Gay Men and 4 True Romances: Four homosexual stories about work, art, friendship and western


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A compilation of 4 Gay Romances . Find the descriptions Below:

The Fog :
Disenchanted with his new life as a pencil pusher in an office where he is collectively ignored by his colleagues and with no friends to count on one hand, Tyrone finds himself wandering into a local bar, the Waterhorse, where he meets its handsome bartender Gabriel. Falling in lust and in love is all too easy, but when Gabriel decides to move away to pursue a new career in another country, Tyrone is devastated. However, when Gabriel declares his love for him and asks him to leave the life he so hates behind, Tyrone is not sure whether he can break the comfort of routine that he has become accustomed to.

The Soulframer :
Gustavo Zamudio is a prodigy who’s career began on an upward trend right from the start, his triumph as a journalist absolute. This success made many people, including his colleague and fellow reporter Jacob, jealous but his brilliance was respected by all, with the exception of the cocky and headstrong yet ridiculously talented British photographer Jonathan Chapman. When Gustavo is forced to work alongside Jonathan on a groundbreaking story, he despairs at the prospect of being stuck with the photographer for the next few weeks. However, surprisingly, Gustavo finds Jonathan tolerable and even agreeable. Something that neither of them could ever have predicted happens when Gustavo and Jonathan begin to develop feelings for one another and fall head first into a romance. Meanwhile, Jacob tries to track down Matias Cartegina, a mysterious photographer who proves to be as elusive as he is brilliant. As his admiration for Matias’ work grows, Jacob becomes obsessed an even a bit little in love with the man whom he has never even met.

Rainy Love :
Things may get a bit wet. Specially when rains in London. However, this is actually not about Cyril and Dan. It's about Dan and Sergio. Get an eye inside to check out the real story. It may not be fully straight... If I can say so.

Salt of The Earth :
Sheriff Middleton Wallace appreciates the quiet life he lives in the sleepy town of Mortimer where the hustle and bustle of city has not yet been able to take root. Although he is content in his job which is made easier by the fact that the crime accompanying big cities has not made its way to his little town, Wallace wishes for something more, specifically the attentions of his handsome deputy Semyon Galdin. However, Wallace is not a man without secrets, and with the terrible deeds of his past weighing on him and haunting him at every turn, sharing the intimate details of his life with Semyon seems near impossible. However, when his secret is revealed and Semyon accepts him despite the gravity of his misdeeds, Wallace finds himself giving in to his desires.

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