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Hobert’s story “Hush” has been published in today’s release of Ryan Field’s Lasting Lust: An Anthology of Kinky Couples in Love available at the home of sensual erotic love, Ravenous Romance. A synopsis below:

In this empowering, romantic anthology of Lasting Love, there are carefully crafted stories by seasoned writers that offer an unforgettable experience. From the tale about a sexy young wife who conceives a lustful feast on Super Bowl Sunday for her handsome husband and his hunky, horny buddies, to the story of a tenth anniversary celebration that is as sexy as it is tender.

But more than that, there are a few surprises, too. A sexually charged, thirty-three year old woman finally decides to act upon the silent love she’s been harbouring for many years for a hot young stud, a soap opera star finds lasting love in the most unconventional, unexpected way imaginable in a Brooklyn Brownstone, and a hot looking gay couple celebrate their twenty year anniversary by traveling back to the sex club where they first met twenty years earlier.

This is an anthology of traditional romantic tales, separated by quirky, often outrageous stories of lovers that have lasted and endured the test of time. The women are strong and courageous and the men are hot and willing to please. It’s the perfect balance of escapism and reality, and there’s something to be learned from each character, especially in the last story titled, La petite mort.

Authors: Tony Wards, R. Wilde, Randy Buck, Jenyphr Rashad, N. Vasco, Roxanne Rhoads, Hobert Glasse, Shanna Gardener, S.R. North, Christian Graziedella