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Shane Allison's Rookies Featured on Edge Media

Shane Allison's Rookies Featured on Edge Media

Rookies: Gay Erotic Fiction by Shane Allison was spotlighted by Edge Media for its fresh take on hot cop erotica.

Rookies also recently received a rave review from Publishers Weekly that praised it as unique and fresh, saying "each author delivers an unusual approach to the topic, and both tender first love stories and purely carnal encounters take a tone of cheerful indulgence in pleasure. This tantalizing anthology lends variety and excitement to an already thrilling subject."

More about Shane Allison's Rookies:

Rookie cops are irresistible-a bit wet behind the ears and oh-so-eager. Fresh out of the academy, the young police officers of Rookies are ready to learn the ropes. Hot Cops editor Shane Allison has curated a captivating collection of men in uniform who like to lay down the law. These rookies know how to wield a nightstick and exactly how to cuff you. Johnny Murdoc's arresting story "Busted" begins with what looks like a trip to jail, but ends up in lover's lane. A campus cop in Bearmuffin's "Officer Jim" enjoys both protecting and serving the cute college boys, who give as good as they get. Eric Del Carlo's "The Night I Blew the New Blue" gets up close and very personal. Rookies explores the sexier side of these masculine icons and working-class heroes, from U.S. marshals and patrol officers, to detectives and prison guards.

Shane Allison's editing career began with the bestselling gay erotic anthology Hot Cops: Gay Erotic Stories, which was one of his proudest moments. Since the birth of his first anthology, he has gone on to publish over a dozen gay erotica anthologies such as Straight Guys and College Boys (also in audio). Shane Allison has appeared in five editions of Best Gay Erotica, Best Black Gay Erotica and Zane's Z-Rated: Chocolate Flava 3. Shane is at work on a novel and currently resides in Tallahassee, Florida.


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