Join us as JP Barnaby goes Outside the Margins.
This is Part 2 of an on going story cowritten between myself and William Cooper, found exclusively here on Prism Book Alliance! Part 1 can be read here. Enjoy!
I can’t even tell you how long I’d wanted Taylor’s cock in my mouth. God, probably since I knew what my own cock did when I touched it. He’d always been so fucking beautiful to me. It didn’t matter that we were mirror images of one another; he made the world sing.
“You want to go again?” he asked and the way his cheeks flushed and his breath came in wild gasps made me ache. I loved that I could do that for him, that I could make his body beg for me without words. He didn’t have to say anything for me to know he wanted me to keep going. He wanted to come in my mouth. We didn’t need our deep twin connection for me to read that in the need of his expression.
“We’re already naked, what else do you want to bet?” The quaver in my voice gave me away, but I squared my shoulders, determined to see the game through to the end. Taylor glanced at the door, still locked against anyone’s intrusion. Our parents had gone to bed hours before, so no one would bother them unless they got rowdy.
“Winner’s choice,” he said, the blush deepening the redness in his alabaster skin. His fingers stroked the lines of the controller on his thigh and I almost told him to forget the game. He could have whatever he wanted from me anyway. My intuition told me he needed an excuse, a reason to be with me. The fact that he’d lost a bet would absolve him of whatever guilt he felt afterward. Because, after all, it was just a game.
“Fine, you’re on. Pick the course.”
We fought, lap after lap, race after race. I tried to make it look as believable as I could, but in the end, I slammed into a power up and shot myself off the side of Rainbow Road letting him sail into the lead. His cry was triumphant, and I wondered if that’s what it would sound like when he came. We’d been in different bedrooms since before either of us knew what an orgasm was, so I’d never had the opportunity to listen in the dark of night. God knows I’d tried though.
“Score! I—” He stopped, unable to finish the sentence bubbling behind those wide blue eyes. The blush returned, coloring his cheeks as he looked away.
“You won, man. What’s your prize?” I asked, the breathless sound just one step away from madness. I wanted him so fucking bad, I felt it in the back of my teeth.
“Would you… Could we… I want…” he stammered. Taylor had always been shy, quieter than me and definitely quieter than our sister Karen. If I didn’t help things along, my deepest, darkest fantasy may never happen.
“You want me to finish what I was doing earlier?” I asked, careful to keep any sexual terms out of the question. He’d shut down all together if I said it. I knew Taylor better than I knew myself.
He couldn’t answer. He swallowed once, a harsh sound loud against the backdrop of Mario’s constant refrain. Then, he nodded and I slid to my knees in triumph.
~ JP Barnaby
About JP Barnaby
Award winning romance novelist, J. P. Barnaby has penned over a dozen books including the Working Boys series, the Little Boy Lost series, In the Absence of Monsters, and Aaron. As a bisexual woman, J.P. is a proud member of the GLBT community both online and in her small town on the outskirts of Chicago. A member of Mensa, she is described as brilliant but troubled, sweet but introverted, and talented but deviant. She spends her days writing software and her nights writing erotica, which is, of course, far more interesting. The spare time that she carves out between her career and her novels is spent reading about the concept of love, which, like some of her characters, she has never quite figured out for herself.
Web site: http://www.JPBarnaby.com
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