Any sexually active teacher is likely to be tempted to have sex with at least one of his students at some time or other. For a university professor, the temptation is greater, since his students are all of age, and most are probably horny. When the professor is handsome and personable, many of those students are also willing and even eager to have sex with him. However, acting on those impulses presents not only a threat to the professor s continued employment, but also a serious ethical challenge as well.Even though his long time partner had died, and he was again in the market for sex partners, Howard Kohler was determined to retain his ethics in the face of a vast number of attractive young men in the student body at Farrar University. Tate Logan was a Farrar student gorgeous, hung, and a sexual virtuoso but when Howard learned the young stud was offering to sell his fabulous talents and endowment for cash, he figured he could waive the ethical objections. In short order, Tate Logan had become an addiction, and the relationship began an upward spiral of both sexual activity and ethical challenges that threatened to ruin Howard career.Three short stories of gay sex in a university setting are appended to the novel, all told in the completely frank language that marks John Butler s other publications for STARbooks Press.