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( Read Epub ) Þ Gay Knights and Horny Heroes: Tales from the Court of King Arthur â Gwene who The timeless tales of King Arthur have been told throughout the ages as sterling examples of bravery, manhood, and heart searing romance But really, we know it s all about the menHere we have a re imagined landscape of Arthurian love stories, a place in which contests of strength become contests of foreplay, a knight s favored squire may be his equally favored bedmate, and Lancelot is given his rightful place in history at Arthur s side and in his bed, for as long as the two shall liveCome, gentle readers, and venture into the world of yore, where men were men, and so are their lovers, and every warrior loves a good joust Welcome to the world of Gay Knights and Horny Heroes God save the King And the man at his side I started reading knowing what to expect and I got what I imagined The book is a collection of short stories losely connected with each others There was some sexual activities for each character but nothing special and as a gay romance reader I was disappointed by how little the love or lust stories were developed There is some humour and some general angst but nothing too deepened It is a mildly fun reading but I don t think I will reread it. This was for sure an unexpected novel I have to admit, I opened it lured by the cover and the title, expecting to read a light tale and instead I closed it with a bittersweet taste in my soul and maybe even a tears or two wanting to fall down Sure, the story starts in the most naughty way, imagining an all male court of Camelot, where the mighty Knights of King Arthur enjoy the naked beauty of young servants the same King Arthur has an open and joyful relationship with Sir Lancelot and so h This was for sure an unexpected novel I have to admit, I opened it lured by the cover and the title, expecting to read a light tale and instead I closed it with a bittersweet taste in my soul and maybe even a tears or two wanting to fall down Sure, the story starts in the most naughty way, imagining an all male court of Camelot, where the mighty Knights of King Arthur enjoy the naked beauty of young servants the same King Arthur has an open and joyful relationship with Sir Lancelot and so his various knights with squires or peasants, depending on each man preferences Each chapter is a tale of a different knight, Lancelot, Gareth, Peveril, Ulric, Quentin and so on while introducing the different knight, the author maintains a light tone, focusing on the different relationship each knight intertwines with their chosen partner Butor less at the middle of the book, with the starting of the betrayal of Sir Morion, the previous favourite knight of King Arthur before the newly arrived Sir Lancelot took his place, the tone suddenly change, so suddenly that I almost didn t have the time to realize it, and the end was evena punch in the gut for that reason I m not saying it was a full drama, but it resemblessome troubadour tale and sometime they were not happily ever after tale than the light romance I thought I was reading In a way I think this change in tone made the storyepic and poetic, so that it will probably appeal to aliterary reader than a full romance would have been Now don t think this is an historical tale, the author took plenty of licenses on the history, for example having the court of Camelot in a Norman era, while, like the same author highlighted in the postnote and I also remembered from my own study, King Arthur if indeed existed, probably lived in the 6th century I know it s stupid to feel sad for fictional characters, but some of them, like Gareth and Ulric, where so kind and tender, that I was hoping for them to have their own happily ever after within the main story that is the one of King Arthur with Sir Lancelot More since I think the author wanted to write a satirical story, a farce, and he was doing it quite well, the stories of Peveril is, for example, very funny, but also the same introduction to the book, with the description of the court and its inhabitants For this and other reasons when the tragedy struck, I was not prepared This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The idea of a gay Arthur is very nice After reading the cover I thought this would be an interesting new view about the relationship between Arthur, Lancelot and Guinnevere Unfortunately, the truth was very different from what I imagined After reading the first pages I came to the conlusion that there was no Guinnevere, Lancelot is suddenly from France Christmas is some kind of orgy and every knight is suddenly gay and fondling little boys So not what I expected, and not in a good w The idea of a gay Arthur is very nice After reading the cover I thought this would be an interesting new view about the relationship between Arthur, Lancelot and Guinnevere Unfortunately, the truth was very different from what I imagined After reading the first pages I came to the conlusion that there was no Guinnevere, Lancelot is suddenly from France Christmas is some kind of orgy and every knight is suddenly gay and fondling little boys So not what I expected, and not in a good way And then the way it was written I can t even describe it it was written in such a way that made it even harder for me to continue reading after the first story, which i already struggled throughI expected so muchfrom this book Lol , truthfully that encompasses all that I have to say This collection of interlinking short stories is not the faint of heart or those who do not want lots of lewd moments, sex and innuendos The majority of this set of stories is short and sweet I m not going to go into an in depth look at each of these stories I liked the fact they tended to bleed over one into the next much in the same way a set of Arthurian stories would, it also reminded me a lot of the way collection of Robin Hood Lol , truthfully that encompasses all that I have to say This collection of interlinking short stories is not the faint of heart or those who do not want lots of lewd moments, sex and innuendos The majority of this set of stories is short and sweet I m not going to go into an in depth look at each of these stories I liked the fact they tended to bleed over one into the next much in the same way a set of Arthurian stories would, it also reminded me a lot of the way collection of Robin Hood stories works every episodic.I must admit that while I enjoyed some of these little episodes, I was glad that this set of stories wasn t any longer I m not sure that I could have read a longer work in the same style The comedy of it all simply to get gay knights, horny heroes and their love interests, squires and probably anyone else into bed or the nearest place private or not.The ending was both sweet, sad and hopeful at the same time view spoiler My favorite of all the episodes in this collection was that of Sir Perevil and the Dragon , mostly because it made me laugh Poor, Sir Perevil has no desire to go out into the cold on a quest, especially against a dragon Unfortunately for him his name is chosen from the helmet and off he goes in order to rescue a village worth of lusty young men from the dragons clutches after all this dragon has absolutely no desire for virginal young women Armed with Merlin s potion, guaranteed to make any dragon loose his normally ragging hard on Dragons are of course randy creatures and to become impotent will ruin them Unfortunately or fortunately for Sir Perevil, things do not go as planned hide spoiler Lol, that gives you an idea of what to expect for this work and most definitely all of the stories progress quiet quickly into smexing in one way or another Over all there wasn t one of these stories that I disliked I liked the whole it was all put together though not exactly the type of thing I usually read I had an issue with some of the wording in terms of the context, mostly in reference to the use of Christian holiday s in the setting but other then that it felt consistent It was fun