Paris Demands by Mike Miksche is his contemporary gay literary fiction novel, free for a limited time courtesy of LGBT specialty publisher Lethe Press.
This is a journey of self-discovery via overseas travel tourism sort of novel, set in the titular Paris, and while it has a number of m/m sex scenes, is apparently not primarily erotic or even particularly romantic in nature, according to the reviews.
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Roger, a young man, finds himself more-than-a-tourist but less than a Parisian in the City of Lights. Escaping a relationship with a friend that was never as platonic as his own parents believed, Roger discovers the nights and men of Paris to be affairs complicated by drugs, ex-patriots, and trysts. His awkward relationship with Marcel, a laconic native as addicting as the coke he sells, threatens to smother Roger.
Life could be a trap of simply rolling out of bed, seeing a face as tangled as the linens, wiping the blow from your upper lip, readying yourself for another night in the bars and clubs of Paris. Does a city that prides itself on fostering love ever truly inspire it?