By Jamie Craig
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Shattering. His hand shook as he smoothed it down Bryce’s chest, though tangling in the hair was oddly soothing. “Yes, please,” he whispered. He swallowed. ” Bryce grinned before sliding off Charlie’s body and to his knees, pulling Charlie’s pants down his legs with him. ” He ducked his head and Charlie could no longer see the raw desire on his face or in his eyes, but he felt it well enough when Bryce took a deep breath and sucked Charlie’s crown between his lips. His head dropped back and his eyes fluttered shut as Bryce guided Charlie’s length deeper in his mouth, inch by slow, teasing inch.
And I’m going to do this while I still have an ounce of nerve left…” He closed the distance between them and sealed their mouths together. Darkness blanketed them from neighbors’ scrutiny, but right then, Charlie didn’t give a damn who saw them kissing. Bryce moaned and cupped the back of Charlie’s head, threading his fingers through the hair at the base of his neck. He held Charlie so tight that, for a moment, he wasn’t sure Bryce had any intention of letting go before they really gave the neighborhood something to talk about.
Everything ached. From the soles of his feet, to his tightening balls, to his neck where goose bumps had erupted the second Bryce’s tongue touched his cock. Charlie was enveloped in fire, and he didn’t know where he ended and Bryce began anymore. He thrashed against the couch, but the friction against his bare ass only compounded his pleasure, only prompted him to start driving into Bryce’s mouth. He wanted to feel those lips at the base of his cock. He wanted to feel those whiskers scratching across his balls.
A Simple Truth; Calendar Boys: September, Book 9 by Jamie Craig