QSFer Matt Converse has a new MM horror thriller out, prequel to Leatherhead: “Where Evil Begins.”
Tyler is a sexy young newbie to the New York City leather scene. When he eyes a muscled, masked stranger, his hunky best friend Andrés warns him to be careful due to the string of recent murders in the leather community.
The masked stranger hides more than his face, and that is revealed when you go back far enough. True evil is made, not born.
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Tyler gets to The Guillotine a little before midnight and cruises the bar looking for Andrés. There definitely is some uneasiness in the air; everyone is looking over their shoulder…just in case.
People are a little on edge due to the recent murders and it shows, but Tyler tries not to think about it. He believes you can’t stay inside and hide, if you do that, the killer has won. He’s not letting some psycho turn him into a hermit.
As usual, he gets lots of looks as he gazes around the crowd, and there is one that definitely stands out—literally. He is towering over the group of guys around him on the far wall. He must be about 6’6” and built like a brick house. His biceps are amazing, on full display in a studded leather vest with no shirt. His chest bulges and glistens.
It’s hard to tell how old he is because his face is completely covered up in a leather hood with openings for his eyes and nostrils and a zipper for his mouth. It’s bizarre looking even for a leather bar; he’s seen similar ones before, but not exactly like this. He’s also never seen a guy this hot in one.
Of course, he’s seldom seen a guy this sexy, period. The guy just screams machismo and sexual energy. And he’s just so damn huge. From the look of the size of the bulge in his leather pants, he’s huge in every way and then some.
It’s odd because usually these leather hoods are worn by the subservient partner, and this stud looks to be anything but that.
Matt Converse of San Francisco is the bestselling author of the three book series #1 LGBT Horror bestseller Obsexsion, Strip Shot, and Behind the Velvet Curtain, erotic horror shocker Leather Head, LGBT thriller Window Watcher, I’m the Last Face You’ll Ever See and his latest release Where Evil Begins. He aspires to bring diversity to the publishing world. Like his idol Alfred Hitchcock, his books are sexy, smart and full of suspense but told in a style one reviewer called “a new kind of writing, like he was speaking just to me.” Another said of Leather Head, “the suspense tried to kill me.” A Matt Converse book is simply one you cannot put down.