A Time For Usby B.K. Wright
Tanner’s life had all been planned for him, and falling in love with his boss was not a part of that plan. Tanner is new to country life, and a stranger to country living. He is not new, however, to love. During his summer in the countryside of upstate New York, Tanner falls in love with the man he has come to work for and learn from. Tanner knows he must… See more details below
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Tanner’s life had all been planned for him, and falling in love with his boss was not a part of that plan. Tanner is new to country life, and a stranger to country living. He is not new, however, to love. During his summer in the countryside of upstate New York, Tanner falls in love with the man he has come to work for and learn from. Tanner knows he must leave at the end of the summer and return to medical school, but cannot imagine life now without his boss, Mr. Knight. Tanner must decide for himself if he will follow the predetermined plan for his life, or follow his heart and stay with the man he loves.
On the drive to the clinic Braden thought Tanner was unusually quiet, but thought nothing of it. After all, he didn’t know anybody here and probably just felt a little out of his element. As they drove through the main part of town, Braden pointed out various businesses to Tanner and waved at many of the people who were going about their daily activities.
“Everybody seems to know you,” Tanner commented.
“Well, when you’re the only veterinarian for miles, you get to know people pretty well,” Braden said with a chuckle in his voice.
They were soon heading north out of town on the way to Braden’s house. “Well, we’ll soon be home,” Braden said as he sped up a little. “You’re probably pretty tired by now,” Braden asked more than stated.
“Oh, maybe a little,” Tanner replied.
As they pulled into the driveway, Braden was excited to show Tanner his beloved farm house that his grandfather had built. Tanner thought it was beautiful, as they came closer to the house, and Braden turned off the engine. Tanner had never seen such detailed architecture, nor had he ever seen a house this old that had been this well preserved. It was much larger than Tanner had expected, with a porch that wrapped around all but a very small part of the house in the back. There were two porch swings facing each other at either end at the front of the house which looked like something out of an old movie.
So lost was Tanner in the wonder of this magnificent abode that he didn’t even hear Braden suggest they go in. “Tanner,” he said again.
This time Tanner snapped out of his trance. “Oh, I’m sorry, Braden. I was admiring your home which is extraordinary.” “Let me show you the inside of it,” Braden offered.
Tanner felt at ease with Braden so close to him, and the thickness of his hairy chest was causing Tanner’s nipples to become as erect as his penis. Braden continued to caress Tanner’s back, while at the same time kissing his mouth, his cheeks, and his neck which Tanner especially liked. Braden could sense the pleasure Tanner felt when he kissed his neck, which made him focus even more intensely on his neck, kissing it and occasionally licking it, which made Tanner so turned on that his breathing quickened a little when Braden did this. Tanner didn’t realize this was happening, but Braden did. He wanted Tanner to enjoy every minute of their lovemaking, and was quick to intensify that which brought him pleasure.
Braden was replaying his phone conversation with Tanner over and over in his mind, but still could make no sense of any part of it. Braden heard a car pull up and stop, which snapped him immediately out of his daze. He rushed to the front of the clinic, and was surprised that it was Tanner so soon. It had only been two hours since they had talked, and Braden was thankful that Tanner had been able to find a cab so soon, and also that he hadn’t forgotten what to do, as he had seemed so out-of-it on the phone. Braden rushed out the door to pay the driver, and to help Tanner with his things. When he opened Tanner’s door, however, he encountered a much different Tanner than had left here. His eyes told a story of deep anguish and detachment, and he was disheveled. He tried to get out of the car, but found that his legs would not hold him. Braden quickly helped Tanner to his feet, and could feel the weakness. He needed Braden to support him entirely. Tanner tried to lower himself to the ground out of fear of falling, but Braden stopped him. “Let’s go home,” Braden said, and scooped Tanner up into his arms and carried him to his truck. He carefully lowered Tanner to his feet, holding him to his own body, realizing that Tanner’s body was a weak and emaciated vessel. Braden carefully placed Tanner into the truck, laying him down gently. On the way home, Braden continuously wiped tears from his face just seeing his precious Tanner this way. What happened to you, Tanner? What in the hell happened?
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