Calendar Boys--September: A Simple Truth

Calendar Boys--September: A Simple Truth

by Jamie Craig
     
 

Falling in love is harder than coming out...barely. Shy and privately conservative, Charlie Labrecque has lived a lie for most of his adult life, choosing to marry a woman and father a child rather than come out of the closet. But now that he is divorced and sees his young son only half the year, he decides it is time to start being honest with himself. And his…  See more details below

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Falling in love is harder than coming out...barely. Shy and privately conservative, Charlie Labrecque has lived a lie for most of his adult life, choosing to marry a woman and father a child rather than come out of the closet. But now that he is divorced and sees his young son only half the year, he decides it is time to start being honest with himself. And his friends. Starting with his best friend, openly gay Bryce Hanson. Bryce responds with his encouragement, and promises to be Charlie's training wheels through the difficult transition. But now that both men feel like they can be honest with each other, new desires are found, and new truths are spoken... Genres: Gay / Contemporary / Series

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000163689
Publisher:
Amber Quill Press
Publication date:
01/01/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
251 KB

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Bryce opened and closed his mouth, then returned to his wine. The food on both plates was utterly forgotten, and Bryce's eyes had a new shine in them. "You've been jerking off for the past two weeks to prepare for your date?"

"No. I've been jerking off ever since I decided I was going to come clean with you."

Bryce turned in his chair to face Charlie fully, tucking his foot under his knee to fit more comfortably. Charlie frowned, but he didn't move, or stop Bryce from cupping the back of his neck. His fingers almost felt cool against Charlie's flushed skin. Bryce leaned forward, his mouth coming within an inch of Charlie's before he paused.

"You should stop me."

"Because of Dean."

"No, he's not your boyfriend yet. But if I kiss you, I'm probably going to want to kiss you again. And again."

His throat tightened. "You've drunk your wine too fast."

"Yeah, I probably did. Doesn't change what I said."

"You're my best friend." Somehow, that felt like it should make a difference.

"Maybe that's why I want to kiss you senseless right now. Maybe it's that and the wine."

Charlie smelled it. And the Cajun spices from the fish. And the cologne Bryce preferred, the one that always made Charlie think of their hikes when he couldn't stop staring at Bryce's ass. They combined into a cocktail that made his mouth water, and he had to swallow before he did something stupid.

He just said the something stupid instead.

"Half the time when I jerk off, it's not because I'm thinking of Dean," he confessed.

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