Devil at China Cove
When his father died, Matt March inherited seventeen million dollars in cash and the many companies owned by his father, which gave him a total worth of close to three hundred million dollars. But one part of his inheritance was a complete mystery. China Cove, a secluded mansion on the Northern California coast, had never been mentioned by his family. When Matt and his buddy, Randy, visit China Cove, they find a palatial whorehouse with all the luxuries a man could want - and they find Matt's father's private and very sexy devil.
While everyone in the book is decidedly gay, it is difficult to tell if there is any horror content. The man the boys meet may be a devil (mostly suggested by the title and the back page), but little else suggests it.
At best we can believe that the 'devil' is an incubus-type creature, capable of enslaving men by having sex with them.
The two 'protagonist' boyfriends of the book are fairly despicable creatures. One drugs a straight pilot and has sex with him; which turns the pilot gay. The other then says it is *his* fault because he should have avoided the pilot so that he wouldn't have tempted his boyfriend.
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