By Jamie Craig
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Fun. And if he couldn’t trust having fun with Bryce, then how the hell did he think he’d ever be able to kiss a stranger? Fisting the front of Bryce’s shirt, Charlie scooted his chair 35 SEPTEMBER: A SIMPLE TRUTH back without breaking the seal of their kiss. He hauled Bryce upward, jerking him closer so their bodies slammed together. He nearly yelped when he felt Bryce’s erection jab into his thigh, but he swallowed any hint of surprise in the moan of satisfaction when Bryce wrapped his arms around Charlie and immediately palmed his ass.
Everybody was too caught up in their own romances, their own highs and dramas. “My guess is that you’ll want to lead,” Bryce murmured. Everything came down to those brilliant eyes, gazing into his. “I want to hold you,” he said, drawing him close. He took the lead anyway, folding their arms in order to erase the last of the distance between them, and bowed his head to kiss the soft spot below Bryce’s ear. Now he had the added scent of Bryce’s cologne, and his body went hard in an instant. “But don’t worry.
Maybe I shouldn’t have come over here now. I really don’t want to make things unnecessarily awkward for you, but I didn’t want to have a repeat of last night either. ” Charlie shook his head. “It’s not awkward. It’s just…” He laughed unexpectedly. “Apparently, you’re a lot better than I am about handling surprise announcements. It’s just taking me longer to absorb it. But I don’t want you to go. ” He swallowed against the tightness of his throat. “I might have underplayed my attraction to you when we talked about it before.
A Simple Truth; Calendar Boys: September, Book 9 by Jamie Craig