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Desperate Measures [NOOK Book]

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Kicked out by yet another girlfriend, Jason desperately needs a place to stay. Not wanting to hear another lecture from his best friend, Jason cruises a bar where no one knows him. Hoping to find a kind older gentleman to let him crash at his place for awhile, Jason encounters something that he is not expecting, something that he fears may lead him into danger.

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Jason thought that maybe an older ...
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Overview

Kicked out by yet another girlfriend, Jason desperately needs a place to stay. Not wanting to hear another lecture from his best friend, Jason cruises a bar where no one knows him. Hoping to find a kind older gentleman to let him crash at his place for awhile, Jason encounters something that he is not expecting, something that he fears may lead him into danger.

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Jason thought that maybe an older gentleman would offer him a place and perhaps even a few bucks. Hell, he would even promise the old man a blowjob. He was that hard up for cash at the moment.

He looked around the bar hoping to find his one-time sugar daddy, but this was a whole new crowd to Jason. There were guys here, and they were definitely looking at Jason. They just weren’t what Jason had expected. Then his eyes caught them. The two big beefy bears were eyeing him as if he were a side of beef. It was if they could sense the scent of fresh virginal meat. To them, Jason was a virgin. He did look the part, too. He looked innocent enough with his big blue eyes and long eyelashes. His shoulders were broad and his waist was fairly small in comparison. But somehow Jason got the feeling that it was his plump butt that the two bears were really watching and waiting for.

The two men looked hungry. Jason had seen that look of hunger before. He had seen that look of hunger in himself and in his friend Randy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012210364
  • Publisher: B.K. Wright/Beau to Beau Books
  • Publication date: 3/7/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 232,066
  • File size: 78 KB

Meet the Author

B.J. Scott is author of gay erotic fiction.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    Part 23

    My dreams were too realistic. I was back in Noatak's home, watching everything that happened. Noatak looked so sick, a lump formed in my throat. It hurt even more because he was awake. If you have ever seen anyone that looked paler, tell me. Most likely, they are all ready dead. There was blood staining his mouth, and he was shivering so badly, even though he was wrapped warmly in blankets. His mother held his pale hand. "Cynali, were is Cynali?" He murmured, his face twisted in agony. I felt tears form in my eyes, and I tried to reach out to him. "I am right here!" I cried, but they were unable to hear me. "She will come back" Jira soothed, squeezing his hand. "I...can't let her...get hurt" he gasped. My heart was breaking, slowly and painfully. Tears spilled down my face as I listened to this. Jira wiped his forehead with a cool cloth. The dream clouded, and faded away. I snapped awake, hot tears sliding down my cheeks. I took a shuddering breath and sobbed. The sun wasn't up yet, but there was no way I could sleep. Not when Noatak was so close to death. I walked back out to the balcony, slick tears still leaking from my eyes. They dripped onto the icy railing, melting tiny holes into it. Then someone was by my side. "Bad dream?" Kya asked me gently. I nodded. She sighed. "It was about him wasn't it?" She asks me. I wipe my cheek, and sniffle pathetically. "He will be okay. What you did yesterday was something only the avatar could ever do" she tells me quietly. A memory flashes through my mind. Avatar Aang said the exact same thing. "Would you like to leave now?" She asks me. "Yes. Definitely yes" I answer. I need to get home as soon as possible. "Understandable" she nods. She swiftly leads me out of the huge pagoda and to the edge of the city. Three guards surround a snorting buffalo yak. I hop on. "Good travels" says Kya. Then she says more quietly "He will be okay". I nod. He has to be. The guards walk me a few hundred feet, and I wave goodbye to Kya, ruler of the Northern City. Then I am off on my own. It is snowing heavily, just shy of a blizzard. I pull my thick fur hood tightly over my head, some strands of my long white hair flying in the wind. The buffalo yak seemed unaffected by the cold, and I wish that I have heavy fur too. The dream plays over in my mind, and my heart almost shatters again. We are moving steadily when I hear something, a howl. No, four howls. Soon I can see the sleek wolves chasing us. Not now, I think. One is about to leap at my ride, and I move my hand outward, creating a sharp slanted ice wall that causes it to go flying. Another one snaps at the buffalo yak's hindlegs, and it charges forward, loudly bellowing. I make one sink into the snow with a swift arm movement. The third leaps at me and I elbow it in the jaw, more determined than ever. I don't keep tabs on the fourth one, and I scream and hold my arms out when it leaps at me. I expect tearing pain, but all I feel are the cold flakes hitting my face. I hear a,...whimper. I open my eyes and gasp. The wolf is whimpering, frozen in midair, its eyes flashing. I am...bloodbending! To be continued in the next result.....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2012

    Interesting and sexy

    Interesting and sexy

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