Can a Street fighting monster who kills for sport, find love's redemption in the voice of a handsome opera singer while saving him from an obsessed fan?
Two frustrated musicians; one thwarted by his own rage, the other by his lack of talent. Both obsessed with the same gorgeous opera singer.
Troy Akiru has killed repeatedly. His body is huge thanks to the drugs he takes and by most people’s standards, he’s a monster.
Jonathan Sullivan looks harmless enough. He’s written an opera, but the great singer Stavros Constantin doesn’t want to perform it.
Beauty is only skin deep. It’s the monsters within that Stavros should be worried about.
Series: Beaty and the Beast 2300 AD
Ebook ISBN: 5058_1091
lyd Category: Men4Men
Length: 46 pdf Pages / 7081 words
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Troy consented to the Creatine 170 because there was no life in prison that he aimed to get used to. He was picked on because of his size and mistreated by the guards because of his death row status. When the warden’s people came to him with Creatine 170 he immediately jumped at the chance. In no time he had become the monster anticipated and the glories of his former life as a musician were lost in the murderous muscle he had packed on to defeat and even kill the opponents he was pitted against.
He was a juggernaut of a man, like his opponents but his Asian background had given him a limited but powerful arsenal of moves which he used to his advantage. He rapidly acquired many owners as well as many fans. He had obtained the super stardom which had eluded him as a cellist he now reveled in as a monstrous fighter. The bigger and more successful the fighter the more perks he was entitled to one of which was picking his own arenas to fight in. Often the arenas were caged events with many guards posted to deter any thoughts of escape.
Troy always chose these venues because they felt less like a prison and more like the coliseums of the old Roman days. He could close his eyes and picture himself as a gladiator. He could also pick the music of his choice. Most of the gladiators chose pounding rock beats as they bloodied their opponents. Coming from a classical background Troy always chose the classics in which the beating of his opponents often played out like musical interludes. As he swung his bloody fists into their faces the music would swell and the orchestra would climb as he delivered a usually final bloody blow. It was artistry.
Cain Berlinger has published innumerable short stories in various gay publications throughout Europe and America. His self published books include essays on Black America, a book on meditation, a series of fitness books (under RD Cain) and several illustrated, as he describes them as “pure JO fiction”
He has lived in Holland, Germany and Switzerland for over a decade and now resides in New York City where he works as a life coach, fitness trainer, interfaith minister and party promoter. “I have no discipline for 9-5,” he says. His website is www.cainberlingers.com