Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 38

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Chapter 38


Awareness returned to Daniel slowly. He blinked his eyes and started to panic when he realized he was wearing a blind fold. He tried to raise an arm to pull it off and found he couldn’t. the clank of metal told him he was chained to something, somewhere, somehow.

Where was he? How had he got where ever he was? Who had brought him here?

Slowly previous events started to make themselves known. He remembered yelling at Toby then running out the fire exit of the club. Entering the park came back next and how he’d found his phone missing. He’d sat on a bench then… Oh god, he’d been grabbed. That voice, he remembered that voice. “Well, well, Boy. I have you all to myself now, don’t I?”

How was he going to get himself out of whatever mess he was in?

After some careful checking he found his legs were connected together and his arms were chained to his sides. He was naked and fairly sure he was laying on a hard surface that was raised off the ground. The surface he was on felt cold and unyielding along with being very uncomfortable.

Mentally he counted until he had calmed down enough to think rationally. Toby and the others would be looking for him. Toby would call in favors from his government friends when Daniel wasn’t found quickly. He just had to find a way of surviving until help could get to him. How he was going to do that he didn’t know, he just knew he had to do it, or the probability was high he would end up as another body left on the street for Toby, Silas and his friends to find.

He pushed the panic down as it tried to rise up again. What did he know about the man who most likely had him?

He knew the man was going from club to club looking for boys who could take a good whipping. He didn’t like his boys to make noise—he remembered being told to be silent or he’d be gagged. He liked to tie rope tightly and he loved to hit hard.

And he wanted Silas… That was what Daniel was going to do… He would channel Silas. Silas wouldn’t cower and whimper. Silas would be shout and scream, but not in pain. He would be yelling taunts and insults.

Could it work? Could he keep the killer thinking he was Silas? How long had he been unconscious? Were the others already looking for him? Had Toby called for help yet?

So many questions and so few answers.

He laid there, thoughts whirling and no idea he had was any better than the one he had before. He had another go at getting out of the chains, but whoever had chained him had known what they were doing, he wasn’t going anywhere until someone let him go.

The door opening broke into his preoccupation and the blindfold was ripped away.

Daniel stared at the man standing over him. What was he doing here? How did get away from Toby’s watch dogs? What was going to happen now?

“Hello Danny Boy, long time no see. I’ve missed our special time together.”

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Release Day – Kiss and Ride by Teodora Kostova #Excerpt

Kiss & Ride


What happens when you meet the right guy at the wrong time?

When Vincent Alesi’s estranged father dies, he gets on the first plane from New York city to Rome to be at the memorial service. Even if he has to max out his credit card. Even if he hates the man for leaving him. Even if it’s a day before Christmas.

Everything that can go wrong does go wrong, and Vin ends up trusting a complete stranger with all his secrets, even the ones he didn’t know he had.

Luca Romano’s job as a flight attendant takes him all over the world. But a jet-setting lifestyle is not what he wants. His dream of opening his own restaurant is being placed on hold over circumstances beyond his control.

Timing is everything…

When Vin bursts into Luca’s life, both men fall fast and hard. But their lives, their dreams, even the cities they live in couldn’t be more different.

Their few days together in Rome are romantic, emotionally intense, and leave them both wanting more.

Can a fleeting love affair change their lives forever?

Kiss & Ride Teodora Kostova

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He passed Vin the shopping bags he was carrying and grabbed the tree, taking it inside his building. The ancient elevator seemed to be big enough to fit only the tree, so Luca had the idea to stuff it inside, press the button for the third floor, then race up the stairs to meet it on his floor. Vin was laughing too hard to be able to climb the stairs fast enough to catch the elevator, especially carrying all the shopping bags. When he made it to the second floor he heard Luca’s colorful curses and the mechanical whirl of the elevator moving again.

“There was nobody downstairs a moment ago!” Luca cried in outrage when Vin finally joined him on the third floor.

“I saw an old lady carrying a Pomeranian walk in when I started up the stairs,” Vin said, panting, dropping the bags on the floor unceremoniously. “And by the way, I could have stayed downstairs and sent the elevator up after you made it to the third floor.” Luca stared at Vin with wide eyes – obviously that thought hadn’t even occurred to him. “Just saying.”

“Why is there a Christmas tree in the elevator?” A faint female voice carried up the several flights of stairs, followed by a dog barking.

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“Sorry, Signora Mortelli,” Luca shouted, leaning over the banister. “The tree is mine. Long story. Could you please send it to the third floor and I’ll unload it as fast as I can?”

“Luca Romano, is that you?”

“Yes, Signora Mortelli.” He lowered his voice and looked at Vin over his shoulder. “Why isn’t she pressing the fucking button?”

“I don’t know, man. This whole thing is too ridiculous to try and make any sense of it.”

Luca stared at Vin as if he couldn’t quite grasp what Vin’s problem was.

“When did you come back, caro?” Signora Mortelli’s voice carried up the three flights of stairs.

“Yesterday.” Luca huffed in exasperation, taking his keys out of his pocket and tossing them to Vin. “This can take a while.” Vin grinned at him as he caught the keys.

“Are you spending Christmas alone again this year?” The old lady yelled.

“Signora Mortelli, please just press the button and send the tree back up, please,” Luca called down the stairs, resting his head against the wooden banister.

Vin unlocked the door, transferred the shopping bags to the floor inside the apartment, and leaned against the door frame, curious to see how this would unfold. A sound came from downstairs, then some banging, the dog barking, and finally the elevator started moving again.

“Thank fuck,” Luca muttered, straightening to meet the elevator.

When it arrived at the third floor, Luca cursed under his breath before schooling his features into a polite smile and pulling the door open.

“Signora Morelli. How did you fit in here?”

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Author Teodora KostovaHi, my name is Teodora and I live in London with my husband and my son. I’ve been writing ever since I can remember, but it became my full time job a few years ago when I decided that everything else I’ve tried bores me to death and I have to do what I’ve always wanted to do, but never had the guts to fully embrace. I’ve been a journalist, an editor, a personal assistant and an interior designer among other things, but as soon as the novelty of the new, exciting job wears off, I always go back to writing. Being twitchy, impatient, loud and hasty are not qualities that help a writer, because I have to sit alone, preferably still, and write for most of the day, but I absolutely love it. It’s the only time that I’m truly at peace and the only thing I can do for more than ten minutes at a time – my son has a bigger attention span than me.

When I’m procrastinating, I like to go to the gym, cook Italian meals (and eat them), read, listen to rock music, watch indie movies and True Blood re-runs. Or, in the worst case scenario, get beaten at every Nintendo Wii game by a very inventive kid.

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Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 37

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No prompt this week

Chapter  37


Daniel ran for a couple of blocks before had to slow to catch his breath. How could Toby? How could he embarrass him like that? That kiss had been magnificent and Toby had had to spoil it—again.

He looked around and saw he’d ended up near the entrance to a park. Deciding he needed space and quiet he headed in the entrance. The moonlight was reflecting off the trees and casting shadows over the ground. As he went deeper the darkness became more complete, the trees getting denser and blocking off even the smallest slither of moonlight. The sounds of small animals he’d head when he first entered died out and he was left walking complete silence, broken only by the sound of his footfalls on the hard ground.

What had started out as a great idea was starting to freak him out. shivering in the cool night air Daniel was grateful he’d not gotten changed into his club clothes before starting the cleaning. He had, however, left his coat behind. The thin sleeves of his button-down shirt were no defense and he thought it was time to think about finding shelter.

He didn’t want to go back to the club. He also didn’t want to head home. Those were the first places people were going to start looking for him and he just wanted to be alone. He wanted to have time to think and plan. He could find a motel or hotel room. he reached for his phone to check nearby locations. Only to find he didn’t have it. Cursing he realized he must have dropped it when he ran or in the club. He hoped it was in the club. He’d just got it set up how he wanted it. It was also the third phone he’d had since Toby rescued them. he was great at leaving things in places they shouldn’t be. The fridge, the bathroom, the bus…oh, and the oven on one occasion—that was still a mystery and Daniel still maintained that Silas must have had something to do with it. Of course a quick check showed he also didn’t have his wallet either.

Sitting on a bench Daniel dropped his head into his hands. What was he going to do? He had no money and no way of contacting anyone. Stupid! Why did he run? Why didn’t just punch Toby as Silas would have done. He could have knocked the stupid jerk to the floor and given him the beating he’d had coming for a while. Maybe then Toby would remember that his brothers were the same age as him and that they’d been made stronger for what they’d been through. Toby may have been on some secret government team. But, he and Silas had had to learn to cope alone. They were rarely allowed private time together and so they hadn’t been able to help each other bear the load of what was happening.

Daniel thought a while and thought perhaps he should retrace his steps. There must be a corner shop or a late-night café around somewhere. If he really had to maybe he could go all the way back the club.

Getting up he turned back the way he’d come when a hand came from behind him and clamped down on his mouth.

“Well, well, Boy. I have you all to myself now, don’t I?”

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Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 36

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No prompt, it was a free week.

Chapter 36


Daniel was dead. He must be, because he felt like he was in heaven.

Carlos’ lips felt soft and his tongue…oh God…his tongue felt wonderful exploring Daniel’s mouth as though he had every right—which of course he did. Daniel melted against the strong chest of his master. He felt safe and, dare he even think it? Loved.



Carlos had to keep from pinching himself. His boy was melded to him like a second skin and the moans being fed into his mouth were arousing him beyond anything he’d ever felt. All he wanted was to bend Daniel over the nearest flat surface, but he kept reminding himself to go slow and to cherish what his boy was allowing. This was a huge step for the young man and Carlos wasn’t going to risk losing the progress they’d made together, for a quick fuck.

Pulling away to take a much-needed breath Carlos rained soft kisses down Daniel’s jaw and withheld a victory crow when Daniel tilted his neck to offer more skin to kiss. He dropped his hands to Daniel’s shoulders and ran them down his back. He was almost to his ass when a shout ran out echoing around the dungeon.

“What the hell is going on here?”

Toby entered the room as Daniel pulled away from Carlos in shock. Carlos scowled as the dazed look in Daniel’s eyes was quickly replaced by guilt and fear.

“The club isn’t open for another two hours. Shouldn’t you be training him to help you behind the bar? Not taking liberties that I know are on his limits list, because I helped him to fill it in.” Toby was so close to Carlos that Carlos couldn’t see where Daniel was and he was getting annoyed at the constant interference of the older triplet.

“Kissing is on his soft limits list,” Carlos retorted trying to keep a hold of his patience. He knew if he alienated Toby Daniel may eventually be forced to side with his brother. “And as for training Daniel. I don’t need to. He is a natural at the bar work and has even created some new drinks that the customers love.

“You should give your brother more credit to know his own mind. He isn’t a child. He can make his own decisions on whether to let me kiss him or not.”

“I’ve been looking after my brothers longer than you. I know them and what they need. Daniel does not need you pawing him. He needs to be loved and cared for. He is not here for you to—”

“Stop it!” Daniel shouted cutting Toby’s rant off. “Just shut up. You don’t know what I need and more importantly you don’t know what I want.” Tears were streaming down Daniel’s face, but when Carlos and Toby moved nearer he shook his head and moved away, sliding along the wall. “I just want to be normal. I was enjoying being kissed for the first time. Do you really think any of the bastards that used Silas and I took the time to kiss us? Why? Why do you always have to treat us as though we’re made of glass? We survived. We’re here now and we want to move on. You have to let go. If you keep trying to restrict us you’re going to lose us completely.”

With his last words Daniel turned and ran. Carlos reached out as he passed but missed by inches, he was still trying to process the fact Daniel hadn’t been kissed. Before he could take two steps Daniel had hit the fire exit at full speed and the door crashed open setting off the warning alarm. When Carlos reached the door Daniel was already out of sight. He rounded on Toby and swung catching the smaller man square on the jaw.

“You fucking idiot. Look what you’ve done now. I asked his permission. He said I could kiss him. I know you think I’m one of those people that gets off by whipping defenseless young men but I actually care for your brother and I want to look after him.

“You’re the one that’s holding him back. You need to—”

The door to the dungeon crashed open again and Oliver ran in followed closely by Silas.

“What the hell happened in here?” Oliver demanded.

“Where’s Daniel?” Silas asked at the same time.

“Well, um…” Toby hesitated and Carlos thought he knew how the man felt. Silas was going to be livid with them both.

“Where’s Daniel?” Silas repeated in a low growl.

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Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 35

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Prompt Used:

A picture of lemmings jumping of a cliff

Chapter 35


Silas slowed his pace as he approached Oliver’s office. What if Oliver had changed his mind? What if the Dom no longer wanted to put up with a damaged sub like him? What if…?

“Boy, are you going to stand out there all night?” Oliver’s voice echoed in the long hallway and Silas noticed he was standing outside Oliver’s office. How long had he been standing there panicking?

“Now, Boy,” Oliver ordered, causing Silas to almost run into the room.

He took in the room with a quick glance and seeing Oliver sitting on the couch in the corner, Silas moved to kneel at his feet.

Bowing his head Silas waited. He felt like a lemming heading toward a long drop.


Oliver looked down at his boy. He could practically feel the tension pouring off of Silas. He hoped he was making the right move. He didn’t want to push Silas too far, too soon. But, he also wanted to help Silas to move past what happened to him. He knew Silas would never forget what happened, the past made Silas who he was now, Oliver wouldn’t have met him otherwise… Except he wanted him happy. He knew it wouldn’t happen all at once. Just some day, he wanted to see his boy smile and laugh. He wanted to be able to hug him without him flinching. He wanted to kiss and him and eventually make love to him. Someday… He just had to have patience, it didn’t matter whether it took two weeks, two years, or more, he wouldn’t give up on what he was feeling develop between them.

“Look at me.” He kept his voice soft but firm. When Silas looked up Oliver indicated the paper he was holding. “I’ve been looking over your limits list. Do you remember what you wrote or do we need to go over it again?”

“I remember, Sir.”

“Good. We’ll start with the basics and then, if we have time, we’ll go into specifics.” Oliver kept one hand on Silas’ shoulder and held the paper up to eye level with the other.

“Bondage. I know you’re okay with public bondage but it doesn’t say anything about in private scenes.”

“That’s because Mistress Tara doesn’t allow Daniel and I to do private scenes. All scenes must take place in the public areas of the club to make sure we don’t panic and the Dom doesn’t notice.”

Oliver frowned thoughtfully. “Well, you’re in a new contract now with me. So, what are your views on private bondage now?”

Silas’ head tilted to the side as he seemed to think hard. “On club premises or off site, Sir?”

Oliver held in a smile. His boy was smart and was obviously taking this seriously. Good!


“Um, I don’t think I would be comfortable with being restrained anywhere that there were no witnesses. It’s not that I don’t trust you, Sir,” Silas hastened to add. “But, I haven’t really known you that long and I think it would be stupid of me to allow it.”

Oliver dropped a kiss onto Silas’ startled face. “That was the perfect answer. Now, onto pain. I see—”

A muffled commotion interrupted Oliver and then an alarm sounding made both jump up and run for the door.

“That’s the fire door being opened. Head for the dungeon room.” Oliver’s heart was thumping. What had happened this time?

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Blog Tour – On Fire by Alicia Nordwell #Review #Giveaway #Excerpt



Nothing beats getting out of the concrete jungle and into the quiet of the forest. Website designer Scottie Ness is taking a well-deserved vacation from the grindstone, and he plans to spend it in the solitude of Washington’s Gifford Pinchot National Forest around Mt. Adams. He’s prepared for everything—except the lightning storm that traps him in a wildfire.

The firefighter who rescues him sustains serious injuries and ends up in the hospital. Jax Quintero might be abrasive, but the guy saved his life, and Scottie wants to thank him. As they spend time together during Jax’s recovery and exploring the state’s landmarks when he’s released from the hospital, Scottie discovers there’s more to Jax than a smart-ass adrenaline junkie. Jax reassesses his opinion of Scottie as an arrogant city boy who has no business in the mountains. Though Jax’s wounds prevent them from taking things as far as they’d like for a while, they can’t deny the heat building between them—and this is one fire they don’t want to put out.




Chapter One

“WHAT EXOTIC tropical locale are you going to spend your vacation drunk in?” Carter leaned back in his chair so he could see into Scottie’s cubicle. He smirked. “Or are you hitting the casinos in Vegas to make your fortune and leave all of us to toil away in the trenches alone?”

“Neither. Hiking and camping in the Gifford Pinchot around Mt. Adams.” Scottie adjusted a line of code, and the website header widened. “I’m all set to go in the morning.”

“Seriously? You have a week off in August, and you’re going to waste it trudging through the dirt and pine trees when you could be lounging on the beach somewhere?” Carter shook his head. “Wouldn’t catch me doing that. Aren’t there bears and cougars up there?”

Scottie shrugged one shoulder. “I might see a bear, if I’m lucky. Cougars are actually pretty shy.”

“You want to see a bear?”

“It’d make a great picture.” The website he was working on needed to be visually appealing on both computers and mobile devices, and he was having a hard time focusing. “It’s Friday. Don’t you have some reason to duck out and start the weekend early?”

“Nope. Miranda, Tark, and I are all going out for happy hour at Corrigan’s, but not until six. Don’t try to change the subject. You know you can take pictures at the beach, right? White sand, crystal blue water, and palm trees swaying in front of the setting sun.”

“Dime a dozen. I like living in Washington because we have so many places where I can take beautiful nature photos. Coastline, rivers, lakes, mountains, even the desert, all within a few hours’ drive. Besides, I’m still paying off my student loans. I don’t have money for expensive vacations.”

“Two words. Credit cards.”

Of course. Carter wore name-brand shoes with his fancy suits and never brought a lunch, preferring to order takeout. He’d graduated a year before Scottie, so it wasn’t like he made that much more money. “One word. Stupid.”

Carter rolled his eyes. “Whatever, man. When I take my week off next month, I’m going to Hawaii. Hotel on the beach, coconut drinks, and chicks in bikinis. Any women you come across in the campground will probably be covered in pitch and pine needles.”

“I’m not going to stay in the campgrounds. I’m hiking and camping off the trails, and for the most part, I won’t see any people at all.”

A look of horror crossed Carter’s face. “Seriously?”

He nodded. “I used to go camping with my family all the time growing up. We’d hike, fish, roast hot dogs and marshmallows over the fire. It’s peaceful.”

“Whatever, man. When you get munched on by a bear, can I get your chair?”

It was Scottie’s turn to roll his eyes. “I’m not going to get eaten by a bear, and your chair is the same as mine. Why would you want it?”

“I spilled fish sauce on mine earlier this week, and now it smells funny.”

“Well you can’t have my chair, and I’ll notice if there’s a fish funk on mine when I get back, so don’t even try to switch them. Don’t you have a project to finish? I have to get this done before I leave.”

“Fine, fine.” Carter rolled back to his desk. “Have fun communing with wildlife.”

SCOTTIE ROLLED up his backpacking tent with an extra tarp and fastened it to the bottom of his pack. His sleeping bag, a change of clothes, survival kit, portable stove, water filter, and food fit inside. The rest of his camping gear was piled along the wall, taking up most of the living room floor in his postage stamp of an apartment. He plopped down on the couch with a beer and opened his laptop.

Using a red highlighter, he outlined the trails he planned to take and marked his base camp as well as his possible overnight camping sites before printing out two copies. Picking up a pen, Scottie scribbled his full name, the dates of his trip, and what kind of vehicle he was driving on the back of one map. He’d drop it off at the ranger station before he stopped in Trout Lake for some sandwiches. No idea what they did to make them taste so great, but they were way better than anything he could make. He’d have to stop by the ATM on the way out of Vancouver to pick up some cash.

Now that he had all the nitty-gritty survival stuff out of the way, he had to get his photography equipment in order. Scottie didn’t spend much money on himself, but he had a nice Canon camera, lenses, a flexible tripod for his hiking pack, and a bigger telescoping tripod in its own bag. Using a polishing cloth from his cleaning kit, Scottie went over every piece of glass in his camera bag, making sure all the lenses and filters were spotless. Photography might be just a hobby, but he took pride in getting that one shot that made all the hard work worth it.

He’d finished his beer by the time he had the last memory card and battery stowed, and he waffled on what he wanted to do. He’d been up since six, worked a full day, and finished getting all his camping gear ready to load in the morning, but he wasn’t tired enough to go to bed. The weather report he checked promised sunny days and clear nights—though it wouldn’t be nearly as warm around Mt. Adams as it would be in Portland.

My Review:

This has just become my second favourite story of Alicia’s. The first will always be Pricolici as it was the first one of hers I read🙂

Anyway back to this story…I loved the slow burn with the relationship. It was great to read a story that didn’t have insta love, or a whirlwind romance ending in a solid couple within a few days/weeks.

My favorite character is actually Jax. He was so funny when he was all snarly in the hospital. His attitude at the beginning made me wonder, but of course he’s a teddy bear.

My favorite bit is when the nurse comes in to tell them visiting hours are over and Jax is polite. Her response had me giggling a while.

I would highly recommend this story to everyone.

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The number one question folks ask Alicia when she shares she’s a MM romance author: “Why gay fiction? Why write men when you’re a woman?” and her answer is: “Why the hell not!” Alicia Nordwell is one of those not so rare creatures, a reader turned writer. Striving to find an interesting story one day, she decided to write what she wanted instead. Then the voices started… Yep, not only does she talk about herself in the third person for bios, she has voices in her head constantly clamoring to get out. Fortunately, with the encouragement of her family and friends, she decided for her own sanity to keep writing.

Now you can find her stories both free and e-published. When she’s not on the computer typing away, she’s a wife and a mom of two in the dreary, yet ideal for her redhead complexion, Pacific Northwest. Except for when she disappears into one of the many worlds in her head, of course! She can also be found quite often at her blog, where she has a lot of free fiction for readers to enjoy or working hard, or maybe hardly working, as an admin on under her online nickname, Cia.

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Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 34

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Welcome to another week and another chapter. The story is starting to get towards the end now, so here we go.

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Prompt Used:

I’m going to ask one last time.

Chapter 34


The club was quiet when Daniel arrived with Silas. Apparently, Oliver had asked Silas to come early and of course Toby had insisted that they had to stay together. So, that meant Daniel was now left twiddling his thumbs and wondering what he was meant to do in the two hours until the club opened.

He decided to start cleaning the equipment. Although it was always cleaned after use an extra wipe over never did any harm.

He’d done the spanking bench and was kneeling to clean the bottom of the St Andrew’s Cross, when he heard a whistle. Turning sharply, he saw Carlos standing nearby watching him.

“Hmmm, you look good like that boy.” Carlos’ tone was admiring and Daniel felt his face warm.

He stayed om his knees as his master approached and ruffled his hair.

“Leave the rest of what you’re doing. We’re due in the bar soon, it’s our turn to set up.”

“Yes, Sir,” Daniel replied and made to rise, only to find that Carlos’ hand didn’t move from his hair.

“You know I was rereading your limits list, you marked kissing as a soft limit. Is that still he case?”

Daniel froze. How should he answer? He’d never been kissed, but he didn’t want to have to admit that to Carlos. It would make him look like…okay so he wasn’t sure what it would make him look like, either way it probably wouldn’t be flattering.

Carlos’ voice brought him out of his thoughts. “I’m going to ask one last time. Is your list still the same?”

Making a snap decision Daniel took a deep breath before answering. “Yes, Sir. My list is still the same.”


Carlos tightened his hold on his boy’s hair and reminded himself to take things slow and careful. He tugged slightly and Daniel rose gracefully to his feet. Carlos felt a flutter in his chest. His boy was beautiful.

“What are your safe words?” He wanted to ensure Daniel remembered he could stop everything at any time.

“Yellow for slow down, and red for stop, Sir.”

Nodding Carlos made sure to catch Daniel’s gaze and hold it as he tugged him closer. He had a suspicion this would be, if not Daniel’s first kiss, then at least the first one that would be offered with any caring involved.

As he got closer he watched Daniel’s eyes widen, he could see fear there, but also he thought he could see desire. He brushed their lips together and felt his boy gasp against his lips.

He paused a few seconds to give Daniel the chance to use a safe word if he needed to. When there were no words forthcoming, he took that as a green light.

Joining their lips again he traced his boy’s lips softly with his tongue. His boy tasted of some sort of citrusy fruit. He wrapped his free arm around Daniel’s waist and held him firmly as he deepened the kiss further.

He wanted to cheer as he felt Daniel melt against him and heard a soft moan. He tangled his tongue with Daniel’s and after a while Daniel started to kiss him back.

The room faded away and his only focus was his boy and the feelings that were growing with every minute.

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