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Storm
     

Storm

by Kenn Dahll
 
A late bloomer, Blake is in his junior year at Mid-Atlantic University when he discovers the non-academic lessons of college life: sex parties; three and four-way fuck fests; the pleasures and pain of bondage and discipline; a bevy of available and willing hot young men; and, the irresistible lure of a long, hard, fat cock-his! The naïve student from New England is

Overview

A late bloomer, Blake is in his junior year at Mid-Atlantic University when he discovers the non-academic lessons of college life: sex parties; three and four-way fuck fests; the pleasures and pain of bondage and discipline; a bevy of available and willing hot young men; and, the irresistible lure of a long, hard, fat cock-his! The naïve student from New England is introduced to such hedonistic pleasures by the archetypal ‘bad boi’, the quintessential ‘punk’, a contemporary James Dean in the guise of a fellow student named Storm.

Over the course of their final two undergraduate years Storm initiates Blake into both the dominant and submissive roles of gratifying sex play. The rebellious student triggers a schoolboy crush in Blake, who seeks to emulate his idol. An orgiastic party ensues involving three arrogant students from a nearby prestigious big city university; a cohort of Asian students; and, a group of Latino students including his roommate Jorge, whom he’s already teased by parading around the room naked and showing wood. At the party, Blake comes face to face with his ambivalent feelings. Innate perversity reveals itself in his enjoyment of sexually dominating other students, while his more conventional side seeks a romantic attachment with Storm.

How Dale and Tal, two younger Mid-Atlantic students, help Blake resolve his indecision defines romance in a non-conventional but enlightening fashion. A homophobic minister, challenged by our heroes, supplies the icing on the cake.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014980067
Publisher:
Excessica Publishing
Publication date:
07/19/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
402 KB

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