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Too Much Information by Glyn Soitiño (26 pages)
This is the follow-up story to Only Human. Seth, Zahir's construct, has been happily living with Mike for about 6 months when he starts getting really bad headaches. When he has a seizure Mike calls Zahir who determines that he put too much information into Seth and his brain is overloading and he'll die if he can't remove some of the information, but what parts can he safely remove without changing who Seth is? This was not as engaging as Zahir/Zach's original story or Seth's, however it was only 26 pages and was focused almost entirely on Zahir trying to cure Seth so you didn't get much of a picture of how things really were for Seth and Mike as a couple or how Seth adapted to only being alive for a year. Fans of the series (aka me) will likely find it enjoyable but if you don't know the whole back-story it won't make much sense.
Sparks Fly by Kiernan Kelly (29 pages)
It's July 4th and Riley is depressed. His boyfriend broke up with him after obviously using him to get a high ranking position in his father's fireworks company. That night he runs into his old friend Rocket who used to work for them and suddenly up and quit without a word. He's angry but is convinced to help Rocket put on the show for a local club and the reconnect when Rocket tells him why he really left and has some information to share about Riley's new step-mom and his ex. This was more serious than most of the author's work I've read. I felt it could have been much longer because I wanted to know more about Rocket and Riley and how it got to where it was and I was confused by the time-line. I did like the fact that Riley's rich powerful father didn't have a problem with his son being gay and didn't fall into the evil obnoxious father role that often turns up. It was an okay story but not one of my faves by this author.
Toy Box: Latex by Mychael Black, Jay Lygon, BA Tortuga (29 pages)
Kor'inth by Mychael Black - Kor'inth is a dark elf who was banished because he had a relationship with a male. He comes from a male submissive culture and after two years alone approaches a BDSM club desiring to serve. He's approached by Soren, a vampire, who offers him something to wear and an escort. At his car he puts him in a latex outfit but they get so hot and heavy Soren decides to take him home instead. I'm not sure if this is part of a series or not. I did enjoy the descriptions of Kor'inth living in the woods.
Tail-Gators by Jay Lyon - Mike and his BF Kevin are getting ready to join Mike's parents for a tail-gating parting before the big football game. Mike invites Kevin's annoying room mate Carl even though he's super rude. After Mike and Kevin put on liquid latex football jerseys they go to the party and Carl is freaked because Mike's parents are famous Nobel prize winning chemists but he's such an ass they can't stand him either. It was cute with lots of playing between Mike and Kevin and I liked how snooty Carl got taken down a peg at the end.
Easy by BA Tortuga - Shane gets a package from his friends and it's liquid latex. As a surprise for Galen he makes a date to meet him for dinner. He arrives covered in black latex and not much else. They barely make it home before they get smexin' it up. This is part of a series obviously but I have no idea who the characters are. It was very steamy though and just as a little interlude piece it was good but it probably would be more interesting to people who know the characters and their backgrounds.