"Just be gentle," he said softly, cupping Allen's cheek and tugging his lower lip free before kissing him again. His hand slid from Allen's cheek to his shoulder, to his chest, and the work-rough thumb rubbed against a nipple until it peaked. "Don't need to rush."
Allen's breath was already coming short. He wondered if he'd even be able to make it very long, let alone until Bill was inside of him. Thunder crashed almost on top of them, startling Allen, as his focus was all on Bill.
"Just relax," murmured Bill, kissing down....
Warning: This content is not suitable for all ages. Eighteen plus.
©2016 Michael van der Voort (P)2016 Michael van der Voort
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I am all for a first timer, haha that sounds naughty and it isn’t. Ok it is but its allowed with these stories right?
I don’t know what to say about Allen and Bill other than read this short it’s sweet and hopeful. I really like how Allen was the shy one and Bill took charge but in all the right ways he didn’t push Allen but he helped guide him.
I love stories like this one, can you tell. =;-)
I like the deep tone the narrator used the best, he really brought Bill to life for me.
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Mother of 8, grandmother of 12, RN and book nerd
I enjoyed this story. The two main characters needed to be fleshed out a bit more, but were both likable. Narrator did well distinguishing the different characters, but was slow and a bit flat. I think the narration took away some from my over all enjoyment of the story. Sex scenes were good, but not what I would consider to be "erotic". Actually, they were very tame, but not unpleasant. A pretty traditional and tame "first time" story. This book had a lot of potential and I think that with some tweaking of the narration, some more detail to the characters and a substantial plot it could be much more. The over all plot was weak and non-climactic. I will read/listen to another book by this author and the narrator in future books. Both have a lot of potential and I'd like to see how they do in future stories/ narration. I don't believe the author or the narrator should be given up on at this point. I'm looking forward to seeing how both will do in the future.
I received this book for free in exchange for a honest review.
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