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When friends ask one-night stand connoisseur Michael Esteban to introduce college professor and virgin Cobey Miller to the joys of sex, Michael balks. Lust is his thing, not leading a twenty-five year old novice. But shy Cobey has problems meeting men, and their introduction fuels Michael’s decision to help Cobey become a gay-sex-loving guy. It’ll all be fun and games—unless someone falls in love.
What in the hell was he doing here? Cobey ducked his head to avoid eye contact with the other customers and ended up getting an eyeful of a shelf full of dildos. No wonder people went mail order on this stuff. It had seemed like such a good idea to check out Eclipse. After doing a little reading, a little practicing was the next logical step, right?
Wrong. A glittery purple model the size of an overgrown zucchini made him shiver. That thing would never fit. Had to be for laughs, right?
So what to get? With lots of lube a finger fit—he’d tried that. Two fingers had been uncomfortable at first, but he’d managed. But a genuine cock took up more real estate than a couple of digits crammed in his ass.
“Can I answer any questions?”
Cobey whirled around. The guy with Alizarin Crimson hair who had been at the counter smiled at him. Any possible response caught in Cobey’s throat. Oh, God. Was he a student at the university?
The clerk cocked his head to the side. “You look sort of familiar.”
Caught. I’m caught. A hollowness took up residence in his gut. No. This isn’t Simm’s Corners. This is a store specializing in unmentionables for gay men. There’s no shame. I have a right to be here.
“I look like a million other guys.” Avoiding eye contact, Cobey edged around Crimson-locks and wound his way toward the back of the store. Ordering off the internet wasn’t looking as off-putting after Eclipse.
The clerk followed. “First time here, huh?”
“I just want to look around.” And crawl under a table and die of embarrassment.
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Once upon a misspent youth, Whitley read and wrote stories under the covers at night. At some point, real life intervened, bringing with it responsibilities and a career in the medical field. After years of technical writing, Whitley became enamored of romance and took on the challenge of giving it a try. Inventing characters and putting them through paces in interesting ways turned out to be addictive, and along the way, Whitley discovered having two heroes is twice as nice. A pot of coffee, quiet, and a storyline featuring a couple of guys makes for a perfect day.
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