Wednesday, February 10, 2016

American Flyboy by N.D. Clark Tour & Giveaway

American Flyboy
N.D. Clark

Pages or Words: 163 pages, 55,260 words
Categories: Erotica, Fiction, Gay Fiction, Historical, M/M Romance, Ménage/Poly
Publisher: N.D. Clark
Cover Artist: Graphicxdesigns
Release Date: December 5, 2015

American Flyboy is a highly readable, erotic M/M romance set amidst the backdrop of World War II.
The story is fast-paced and characterized by the believability of its characters, notably the protagonist, Lt. Kenneth Hellman, and the romance that develops between Kenneth and Colonel Wilhelm Braun. The erotic reader in search of well-nuanced, sexy love/lovemaking scenes will not be disappointed; the author is gifted with an affinity toward creating realistic, absorbing sex scenes.


Wilhelm whispered in soft breaths, “Raise your hands above your head, Kenneth.” Standing behind him, he pulled the grimy POW uniform top over his head and inhaled deeply. “I find your scent intoxicating.” It was unexpected, Wilhelm’s warm breath gently caressing the nape of his neck; Kenneth’s breath quickened. Loosening the silk blindfold, Wilhelm allowed the soft, smooth fabric to glide over Kenneth’s massive, broad shoulders tapering to a V-shaped torso and down his naked back.
Shuddering at the sleek sensations, Kenneth asked, “Are you trying to seduce me Wilhelm?”
In response, Wilhelm stepped closer and pressed his body into Kenneth’s. Wrapping his arms around his waist, Wilhelm kissed him innocently. “I’ve wanted to do that from the first day we met.”
Kenneth kissed him back softly, lingering. He felt safe and whole.
Coaxing Kenneth’s lips apart, Wilhelm’s tongue entered his mouth, tickling the sensitive palate with light flicks. Their lips crushed together with bruising kisses. Wilhelm broke away, gazing longingly into Kenneth’s eyes. “To answer your question, Kenneth, I am guilty of feeding a wounded POW a wonderful meal, relieving his pain with fine brandy, delighting him with romantic music and drawing him a hot relaxing bath of chamomile salts to soak away the stress of a bad day. Your glass is empty. Why don’t you finish undressing and ease into your bath while I get you another drink.” Wilhelm’s voice trailed off as he left the bathroom. “It’s baffling how you arrived at such an audacious conclusion as seduction.”
“My mistake,” Kenneth called after him, laughing to himself. He kicked off his dilapidated work shoes and pushed his boxers and grungy work pants down his long, muscular legs. Raking his strong fingers through the water, heightened the aroma of chamomile, and he inhaled the relaxing scent before slipping into the warm liquid heaven. His tired muscles released their tension as he submerged his body to the neck. Kenneth held his breath and slipped his head under. As he closed his eyes, his exhaustion seemed to float to the surface, and his thoughts drifted to Wilhelm, charming, handsome, tall and strong. His cock swelled to a full erection as he surfaced and rested his head against the back edge of the tub. Wiping the water from his eyes, he inhaled deeply and faded into sleep.
Meet the author:
N.D.Clark was born in Biloxi, MS and educated at NC State University. He is an American author who loves reading and writing gay romance/erotica set in historical backgrounds and spending time with his husband Jim, going for long walks in nature parks, dining out and taking in the occasional movie. He has been with his husband, Jim for almost sixteen years and was married two years ago, shortly have the US Supreme Court ruling allowing gay marriage throughout the United States.
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Q and A with N.D. Clark
1. Let’s start out by getting to know you. Tell us 4 things about yourself that are not in your bio.
-I live near Charlotte, NC and love this state for the mountains on its western borders and the beaches on its eastern shores.
-I’m a lifelong Democrat.
-I love helping other authors in any way that I can.
-I adore all Italian wines, especially Chianti; they’re so chatty!

2. If you could go anywhere, all expenses paid, where would you go?
-Rome, Italy

3. List three books you have recently read and would recommend: 
-Panthers in the Skins of Men by Charles Nelson; this book is military eroticism at its best! I’ve read it three times and have recently started reading it again.
-Rockets of the Reich by Kim Kinrade; It’s a war story that’s thrilling and full of suspense and action.
-The Pining of Kevin Harding by Devon McCormack; A vampire that doesn’t like to hunt. What???

4. What do you always order in a favorite restaurant?
-Chicken fajitas.

5. What do you hope to accomplish in the next 12 months?
-I hope to finish my second book; I have written four chapters, and I’m very excited how the book is developing.

6. What do you like to read?
-Historical MM erotic romance, especially based in WWI and WWII.

7. What do you look when choosing a book to read?
-It’s usually the cover that first captures my attention, but the download sample has to finish reeling me in.

8. What do you need someone to invent right away?
-A computer that does exactly what I tell it to do without me having to know any technical stuff

9. What does the word "romantic" mean to you?
-Basking in the company of my husband when he and I are together and missing him terribly when he’s away.

10. Can you share something about your works in progress?
-I have one WIP at this time: It is based on two young naval cadets that first meet on a train to Annapolis, MD. They are preparing to undergo the rigors of Plebe Summer at the academy. The main protagonist is from a wealthy military family with a father that holds the rank of Admiral with connections to powerful people in the US government. The admiral is determined his youngest son will follow the family tradition of becoming an officer in the US Navy, contrary to his son’s desire to attend the world-renown Stanford University College of Engineering. The other young man is from a humble, rural background. His family owns and operates shrimp boats off the coast of Mississippi, but after his father’s death in stormy seas, he decides to leave that life behind and pursue his life-long ambitions of becoming an engineer. When the admiral discovers his son loves another man, he disowns him. Then tragedy strikes at sea and the admiral faces a most difficult dilemma.

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