Book: The Hun and the General by Tristram La Roche
categories: Book, Gay Erotica, Adult, MM, Historical, LGBT, Ancient Rome, Attila the Hun, Gay Love, Novella, Gay Interest, Gay Fiction, Gay Sex, Gay Erotic Romance
Tristram La Roche about this book: Tristram La Roche takes us to the ancient Roman world for his fourth gay novella and produces an unlikely male lead in the infamous barbarian warrior Attila the Hun. Attila's kingdom as at a crucial point in its history, and Attila must decide whether to wage all out war on Rome or seek a truce. When the Roman General Livianus arrives in Pannonia the relationship which once existed between the two great men is rekindled, and we see these alpha males getting it on in some ingenious situations.
Plenty of explicit gay sex, but The Hun and The General is much more. La Roche has created a believable story of intrigue and gore among some historical facts, and spins a terrific yarn that might have a happy outcome.
Lisa at Top2Bottom Reviews said: "Tristram La Roche successfully paints Attila the Hun as a sympathetic hero without diminishing his legend as a formidable warrior, something I wouldn't have thought possible until reading The Hun and the General. These are two men who admire each other's intellect and skill, and respect each other as peers and friends, which figured believably into this erotic and interesting story."
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