Fun In The Bun by Samantha LaCroix
(A gay exhibitionist story with bathroom sex, public masturbation, and a secret blowjob)

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Anthony's day off at the beach starts out normal enough, but soon turns into anything but! One sexual adventure after another, his day of relaxation quickly becomes a day of hot guys and even hotter times!

Warning: This 4300-word story is full of hot man-on-man sex! Also it's only meant for adults.

Anthony packed up his things and headed back to the changing booth. He got into a free one, pulled the curtain closed, and began taking off his swimsuit.

However, just as he had gotten it off, the curtains opened quickly and Dick, the guy from before, stepped in. He quickly closed the curtains behind him and spun around to face Anthony.

"Dick!" Anthony cried out, but Dick put a finger to his lips.

"Shh, we have to be quiet."

Without any more warning, Dick kissed Anthony on the lips, pushing him lightly back against the wall of the changing booth. Anthony was shocked at first, but after a second of recovery, he kissed Dick back. They made out against the wall of the changing booth, and Anthony could feel his body getting hard. He pushed up against Dick's thighs, and Dick moaned and pushed back into him.

Dick reached down and grabbed Anthony as they made out. The suddenness of the encounter, the fear of being caught, was getting Anthony going. He could feel himself swelling up more and more as Dick started touching him. Wow, was this all it took to get him going? Man, he was easy.

Dick started kissing down Anthony's neck and toward his bare chest. Anthony leaned his head back against the wall, closing his eyes and enjoying the sensation. Dick kissed lower and lower until his head was just above Anthony's waist.

"What do you want?" Dick whispered, not looking at Anthony.

Anthony whispered back, "I want you."

About Samantha LaCroix

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Published November 20, 2013 14 pages
Genres: Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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