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This story may have gay erotic scenes, strong social issues addressed and mature language. If those things offend now is the time to move onto another Tuesday Tales blog. Thanks for stopping by!
I’d heard that old saying about how the image didn’t capture the true beauty of something. I’d always thought that meant somewhere exotic like a snapshot of the sunrise on Honolulu or the sight of the setting sun as you jetted into Toronto or spotting a Bengal tiger slipping through the dense jungles of Bhutan.
Never once did I think that old axiom could be applied to a human being. We really do learn something new every damn day. Kaleb was gorgeous. Blond hair styled in a way to look as if it weren’t styled. Rakish some would call it. I called it freshly fucked. Bright and intelligent sky blue eyes and a neat beard of gold. He had the body of a swimmer or perhaps a tennis player. Did I not see a photo of him at some celebrity tennis match to raise money for a children’s hospital in Monaco? Or was it here in Norstoe? Shit. I should have paid more attention the mounds of information Dad had emailed me instead of watching “Pam and Tommy” on the flight over. Maybe I’d dreamt the sight of his long, strong legs in white tennis shorts. I had napped a lot as the Miller & Miller jet soared across the Atlantic. Shit but the man was pretty. Almost too pretty.
Note I said almost. There was a hint of rugged masculinity riding shotgun with his devastating good looks. My dick was no longer bored. Hell, I was no longer bored. This trip just got a lot more interesting.
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