The Butler and The Barbarians Bob Archman

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The Butler and The Barbarians  by  Bob Archman

The Butler and The Barbarians by Bob Archman
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Escaping from a doomed city in ancient Roman Britain, eight men have nothing but the clothes on their backs. The mismatched group of men soon discover while they had lost everything, their families, homes, possessions and wealth, they retained whatMoreEscaping from a doomed city in ancient Roman Britain, eight men have nothing but the clothes on their backs.

The mismatched group of men soon discover while they had lost everything, their families, homes, possessions and wealth, they retained what was necessary to survive in dangerous and turbulent times. They have their minds, skills and the will to live and survive. They also come to realize even a naked man has the most powerful organ for generating physical pleasure within easy reach, and reach they do.They find an abandoned villa built into a cliff overlooking the sea. Its original owners used it as hidden pleasure palace for sexual debauchery.

The refugees immediately realize they could easily convert the abandoned villa into a fortress. In this place they could both hone their survival skills and explore their sexual potential.Other men join the group, two professional wrestlers, the orphaned son of a military commander, a wounded Celtic warrior, and several former slaves.

Each man was different, but contributed new skills to the group. They also shared common sexual preferences and tastes. As one of the refugees commented, “the number of big, well-hung, hairy and naked men in the area was truly extraordinary.” Most had the sexual drive of a bull in heat. In the absence of the trappings of civilization, the men didnt just survive, they thrived.As they come to know each other, their objective changed from a simple desire to escape from the barbarians to defeating them.

The accidental collection of men became friends and some become much more than friends.



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