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Title: Jimmy’s Erotic Adventure In Time And Space Continuum (Episode 1)
Author: Perie Wolford
Publisher: *Not Listed
Genre: Gay Fiction
Episode 1 In New Illustrated Gay Series
Jimmy the time-traveler, while trying to solve a time-riddle his late father left for him, gets accidentally flung back in time, to the year 1871, the days of the Wild West, landing squarely in the middle of a valley of death. He stumbles into a pack of gun-toting rustlers, who capture him. To Jimmy’s luck though, the youngest of the rustlers, Kit Fisher, is not like the rest of his folks.
Guest post by Perie Wolford
Hi guys! Thanks for having me!
I wanted to let you know about my new series Jimmy’s Erotic Adventure In Time And Space Continuum (Episode 1). This is a release I’m very proud of. I had a lot of fun writing it. My illustrator Bradley Tenchavez and I also had a blast putting together illustrations for this book. It all came out to be fun, adventurous and very romantic. I hope you guys like it. Participate in the giveaway and win one of 25 copies of the book for free!
Several hours later the pair were on their way up one of the mountain paths, edging between masses of orange rock. The camp was left far behind, diminishing in the background. By the time the bandit gang regained consciousness, Jimmy and Kit would be so far away from them, they wouldn’t even know in which direction to follow.
Kit, his hands tied up behind his back, trudged in front of the horse, walking on foot, showing the way to Jimmy and his animal. Jimmy sat comfortably in the saddle, holding the bridle, and pretty much relaxing. His nanoclothes were deflecting the heat, for sun was blazing and the temperature reached 102 and was still climbing higher.
Kit’s clothes were all wet by now. He was perspiring heavily and his breathing was labored.
Reaching a straight flat platform at the top of a mount, Kit turned around and looked at Jimmy.
“I need to rest,” he breathed.
Jimmy stopped the horse. Shrugged. “Okay.”
Kit caught his breath. He took a moment to allow his heart to stop pounding. He then looked at Jimmy.
Jimmy was holding one of the bronze flasks, pouring water first in his mouth, and then over his face. Even with all the nanoclothing, he was still hot.
Kit pursed his lips.
“Who are you?” he asked with a hard voice. They were silent this entire time. And it was all Kit was able to think about. Who was that strange boy? Where the hell did he come from?
“Okay, we’ve rested now,” Jimmy said, suddenly, not allowing any room for further discussion on that subject. He packed the flask in the bag hurriedly and pulled the reins. “Now keep walking. Mind your steps,” Jimmy added, patronizingly.
Kit glared at him. He began to move, but backwards, keeping his eyes on Jimmy, refusing to turn away.
“How can this box be talking? How is it talking?” he asked. He never saw anything like that. The way the machine talked to Jimmy and answered his questions. It was like magic.
“Keep walking, Kit. Keep walking,” Jimmy spelled out. Kit grimaced, anger boiling up in him.
“You know, I gave you water last night. And a bird’s leg,” he said, a little hurt with how cold Jimmy was being. “I thought you’d be a little more grateful.”
“You’d think that–But nah,” Jimmy said.
Kit kept walking backwards, staring at Jimmy. Jimmy was trying his best to avoid the boy’s angry gaze.
“I want to pee,” Kit suddenly declared.
“Do you really?” he asked. “Or are you just trying to annoy me?”
“I do. I want to pee,” Kit answered.
Jimmy sighed again, deeply. That was why he liked to travel alone. He never appreciated company. He stopped the horse and dismounted.
With a confident stride, he walked up to Kit, stretching his hand out to Kit’s crotch, in one swift movement.
Kit dodged the grip of Jimmy’s hand, bending backwards, sticking his butt out.
“What are you doing?!” he exclaimed.
“You said you wanted to pee,” Jimmy said, plainly. “Your hands are tied behind your back. So, obviously you’re gonna need help–You know–Getting things going. Unless of course you want to pee in your pants. Which is fine with me. But–I wouldn’t recommend it.”
“Can’t you just untie my hands?” Kit asked. His voice was getting higher when he got nervous. And it was adorable.
Jimmy sighed and rolled his eyes.
“I’m not gonna try anything,” Kit said. “If that’s what you’re worried about. I just want to pee.”
“Well, there’s nothing much you can try,” Jimmy agreed. All the guns and knives were packed in the saddlebag. Kit had nothing. Jimmy didn’t even think the boy was stronger than him. Even with all his supposed rustling background. For Kit had a smaller frame than did Jimmy. He was rather petit. Incredibly cute. But definitely not as big as Jimmy was.
“Okay. I’ll untie your hands,” Jimmy conceded.
Kit watched him do it.
“There,” Jimmy said as Kit’s hands were let loose. “Happy?”
Kit stretched his arms and rubbed the places where the twine cut into the skin.
“Yes. Thank you,” he said, a little resentful.
Jimmy looked at the boy. That face, the cutest angry face he’d ever seen in his life, it was doing something to him. He didn’t like what it was doing. He sighed, once again.
“Okay, I’m sorry. I shouldn’t have been so harsh on you, I guess,” he said, sort of apologizing. “You did give me water and all. And I know you’re not like one of those guys.”
Kit’s expression softened.
“So–I guess–I guess I can tell you who I am. If you really want to know. Do you want to know?” Jimmy asked.
Kit nodded, his eyes trained on Jimmy. Never in his life did he meet a boy so interesting.
Jimmy shuffled in one place, hesitant.
“Well, okay, you’ve pretty much seen a lot of stuff already–So–There’s no reason why I can’t–” he said and stopped, thinking how to phrase it better. “Well, I’m a time-traveler.”
He blurted out that last part quite theatrically. Ta-da! He didn’t mean it to come out as a joke, but it did. He just never had to explain it before. He never talked much to people from the time periods he traveled to. Even in his own time period, before he began time-traveling, he didn’t have many friends.
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About the Author
Perie Wolford is an optioned and produced screenwriter and published author.
His first feature-film movie Dark Harvest The Movie was shot in California by Emerging Artist Productions in 2011 and is now in post-production. Perie became a published author in 2014, with his debut novel PRESENCE. Following Presence was book 1 in SAM DORSEY series, which instantly sold over 5,000 copies. In 2015 Perie returned to science fiction with ENCOUNTER, a tribute to CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE 3RD KIND. His next sci-fi book LIGHTS was a tribute to Stephen King’s TOMMYKNOCKERS and 1989’s ABYSS movie. The latest is illustrated gay series about Jimmy the time-traveler, available Nov 16, 2015.
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