Tony had always watched his fraternity brother Rick from afar, but when he finds himself alone with Rick after sharing a drunken bond, he might just get his chance to make a move...
Warning: This 3000 word short story is intended for adults only. Contains hot frat boy m/m action, explicit oral and anal sex, and sweet gay passion.
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Their conversation died for a moment. The only sound came from running water and Rick brushing his teeth. Tony sucked in a deep breath and said, "Hey, you know what you said about doing anything for me?"
"Um, yeah. I--" Rick stopped to spit toothpaste in the sink. He stared into the mirror with his cheeks flushed. His silence made Tony anxious. Maybe I went too far, he thought with panic.
"I really would do anything for you man," Rick said, turning to lock Tony with his deep, dark eyes.
Tony gave himself a hasty rinse, then stepped close to his frat brother. Water dripped off his skin as he stood in front of Rick. He extended a hand indicating he needed the towel.
Rick slowly unbound the only towel left in the bathroom, and let it slide down his hips. As he handed it over, their hands touched. Goosebumps rose on Rick's skin and his eyes dilated. The towel was forgotten, as it hung from Tony's hand.
"After what happened today," Tony said in a hushed voice, "I would do anything for you, too." He looked for a reaction, any reaction. But Rick's eyes never flinched, not even a blink.
"Whatever you wish," Tony breathed, close enough to kiss Rick's luscious lips. This is it. There's no turning back. Jump, Tony, jump.
He reached out for Rick's slim waist and his head swam with vertigo. Like diving off the high dive for the first time, the room seemed fake; he watched from a distance.
Rick dropped his eyes but he didn't retreat. Tony sensed tension, embarrassment, and something else. Excitement?
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Published March 11, 2012
by Julianne Reyer.
Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction.