Crime Scene/Sex Sceneby Mr. K. O. Johnson
The problem with innocent is there is always someone willing to corrupt it. Harlan Powers, a young man from rural Nebraska is a prime example when he marries Lauren Powers, a hard shelled New York ad executive, and moves to the city. While Harlan's innocence and lack of sophistication are things Lauren loves about her new handsome husband, they are qualities eagerly… See more details below
The problem with innocent is there is always someone willing to corrupt it. Harlan Powers, a young man from rural Nebraska is a prime example when he marries Lauren Powers, a hard shelled New York ad executive, and moves to the city. While Harlan's innocence and lack of sophistication are things Lauren loves about her new handsome husband, they are qualities eagerly sought after by perverts.
Harlan's problems begins when a young man is murdered on his and Lauren's doorsteps and aggressively gay Crime Scene Detective Manny Barron insinuates himself into the couples lives when he boldly confesses to Harlan "I want you to screw me." While Harlan is offended, Lauren is amused by the situation.
Harlan, a novelist experiencing writer's block, uses the detective as a character sketch and turns it in to his agent, the irrepressible Merita Mills, who loves the character, especially the words Harlan stole from Barron's mouth, "Perversion is the new normal," and demands pages.
Lauren, handed a high profile ad campaign involving the NYPD, turns to Barron for help. Now both Harlan and Lauren are indebted to the sick cop who aggressively lusts after Harlan, who, for the sake of his book, gives in to Barron's demands to a point, beginning with what appears to be an innocent courtship, flowers and secret meetings. Is romance all Barron really after?
While in Central Park, debating his dilemma, Harlan is approached my Augustine Polo, a exotically handsome man from Argentina, who befriends Harlan and, under the guise of helping him research his novel, eagerly shows him the sordid side of the park, involving him in involuntarily in a three-way happening. Now Harlan, experiencing new found sensual pleasures never known as a farm boy in Nebraska is intrigued by the charismatic Augustine and the world he lays out for him; a fascination that could spell the end to his marriage, his career and life as he knew it. What are Barron and Augustine's interests in Harlan? His love - or his soul?
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