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For Men Like Us

RELEASE DATE: September 11, 2012 from Dreamspinner Press.



Tagline: The streets aren't safe for men like us



For Men Like Us Details


  • ISBN  978-1-61372-754-6 (ebook)

  • Release: Dreamspinner Press, September 11, 2012

  • Subgenre: historical gay romance

  • Length: 43,000/186 pages (novel)

  • Cover artist: Anne Cain


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For Men Like Us blurb: 


After Preston Meacham’s lover dies trying to lend him aid at Salamanca, hopelessness becomes his only way of life. Despite his best efforts at starting again, he has no pride left, which leads him to sell himself for a pittance at a molly house. The mindless sex affords him his only respite from the horrors he witnessed.


The Napoleonic War left Benedict Wilmot haunted by the acts he was forced to commit and the torture he endured at the hands of a superior, a man who used the threat of a gruesome death to force Ben to do his bidding. Even sleep gives Ben no reprieve, for he can’t escape the destruction he caused.


When their paths cross, Ben feels an overwhelming need to protect Preston from his dangerous profession. As he explains, “The streets are dangerous for men like us.”




This is a beautiful story of two broken people finding love with each other. Ben makes a place for them and men like them where they can live happily. I loved this glimpse at how this sort of relationship would have been approached back then. I love that it was written to fit the time period, often times these types of books gloss over the fact that times were different back then. I hope you guys enjoy this one as much as I have! It was a great read!! - Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews


For Men Like Us is a beautifully crafted book with wonderful writing by Brita Addams, but that does not surprise me at all. I have read and loved other books of Ms Addams as well. However, this is up there as a favourite of mine. - Kazza - On Top Down Under Book Reviews


Loved the way the author developed her characters. Very romantic story of two men that captured my interest from the first paragraph. I loved the historical setting and the atmosphere of the book. I've read other books by this author including Tarnished Gold that I enjoyed very much. I liked the way the relationship between the two main male characters evolved from a business to a loving one. This writer tied all the plot points together at the end and made for a very satisfying read. - Boots


Better written than many in this genre. An intriguing plot, if a little lacking in credibility. I'd read this again. - AJ Winter






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