Author: François L Érotique
François was a male stripper at a gay bar in downtown Montreal. He planned a hitch hiking trip that would take him from the east coast of Canada to the west and far north. He not only explores his sexuality with both gay and straight men, he also encounters dangers that threaten his life and challenge his wit in order to escape. Keep in mind that at the time of this trip, there was no GPS or mobile internet. I say this because it may be the reason for many of his challenges. Or it also might be the reason for many of his erotic sexual experiences. Perhaps many of you have dreamed of taking a similar journey but for reasons of your own it never happened. François invites you to join him for an erotic and sometimes dangerous adventure. There were spectacular panoramas, diverse cultures, hardships and sexual exploits that most of us only dream about. Prepare to see Canada in a way no other has seen before.
François L’ Érotique really was born and raised in a small farming village in the north of Quebec. At age 20 he went to a University in Kingston Ontario for a six-week course in English. Not long after returning to his village, he made arrangements to stay in a private home in Ontario to immerse himself in the English language and culture. He planned to stay six months but stayed four years. While there he worked several part time jobs and graduated on the Dean’s list from Loyalist College with a diploma in business. François decided to return to his own province to get on with his life and in his own words to be “a bad boy for a while”. He settled in Montreal, got a job as a computer geek with a well know bank in Quebec. He now lives in his own home that he designed with his long-term partner, south of Montreal. When I first read his book, I was shocked at how erotic it was but I’m sure that’s what he experienced. There were times when reading I laughed so hard my cheeks hurt and there were other times when I felt I was right there with him. There were other times too that I was so concerned about his safety. I had to read faster at times because I was anxious to read the outcome. This book is an easy read and you will never guess the truth from the fiction.