Hermes and his cousin Triton meet to share gossip and orgasms.
Hermes invents the sport of wrestling to hit on Apollon.
Ganymedes, prince of Phrygia, the dear delight of Zeus' bed.
I don't know if I will manage all 31 Kinktober prompts but I want to try for a shortie every day.
Is the new shepherd in his service really a god among mortals as the rural folk claims? King Admetos isn't sure. But he IS sure he wants him...
The story starts with Perseus a few years after his adventures when he has become king. He is married to Andromeda but when he runs into Hermes, who helped him on his quest to slay Medusa, he becomes aware there may be more than gratitude he feels for his half-brother. A convoluted scheme follows.
Golden-haired, orderly and temperate Apollon thinks he doesn't have much in common with his dark-tressed, chaotic and overindulgent half-brother. But there is also a growing attraction...
Eric finds himself in the middle of a contest between Apollon and Dionysos - a contest to find out who of the two gods is the better lover... Does the story deliver on that promise?
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Can mighty Herakles take on a centaur?