It’s another wonderful week for Seductive Studs, don’t you think?
Since Book 2 of Men of Falcon Pointe-Finding His Home-will be out soon, I thought I’d reacquaint you with book 1: 959 Brenton Street.
In this snippet, Trent has moved to Falcon Pointe and outed himself in front of his new roommates. Cory, his landlord, has just driven him to get mattresses for his room.
“Are you familiar with this area?” Cory asked when he stopped at a light.
“No. I kind of applied to a school as far away from home as I could get without leaving the lower 48,” Trent admitted.
Cory laughed. “Family not gay friendly, I take it?”
“No,” Trent said, shaking his head. “Not at all.”
“I think you’ll like the community. There are some homophobes, but they mostly live on the other side of town.” There was a small pause as the light turned green and he started off again. “If you have any questions, feel free to ask any of us. None of us are what society would consider the norm. We have all had to deal with the rush, the terror, and the final acceptance of coming out.”
Trent wasn’t sure how to take that, so he just kept silent.
As Cory backed up his truck toward the porch, he added, “You’re going to feel an exhilaration, the kind that comes with finally letting the real you out. Just don’t fall into the trap so many do. If you have questions, please ask. We’ve all been there and can help.”
“What are you trying to warn me about?” There was a definite caution in Cory’s voice but Trent could not figure out why.
As they pulled the top mattress out of the bed of the truck, Cory stopped and turned to him. “There are condoms and lube everywhere in the house, Trent. You need some? Use them. You want to know what it feels like to have sex with a man? Ask. Alan would be willing to bottom, or I would be willing to top you for your first time. I’ve seen far too many gay men who make mistakes like having sex with guys they don’t know and regretting it because the guy treated them horribly. Or even worse, having unprotected sex and gaining an STD. There’s nothing you can wonder about that at least one of us hasn’t been through before. Ask us.”
At that moment, both Alan and Greg came out the front door to help move the bed, so Trent thankfully did not have to respond.
959 Brenton Street
Men of Falcon Pointe
About This Book
Trent Farnsworth moves to Falcon Pointe to get as far away from his controlling family and religion as he can. While his conservative upbringing makes it hard for Trent to admit he’s gay, he accidentally outs himself in front of his four new roommates. None of the men living at 959 Brenton Street are what the world would consider normal, but all four accept him for who he is. He never expects to feel right at home in a loving discipline household. And when Trent falls for his much older landlord, Dr. Cory Venerin, he’s as surprised as anyone, but discovering Cory feels the same makes Trent realize he’s truly in the right place at the right time.
Until he tells his family he’s gay. His father uses any resource at his disposal to destroy him, including Trent’s love for Cory. As his father schemes to send Trent to a hospital whose sole purpose is to rip the gay out of him, Cory battles to save not only Trent—but also the possibility of a future together.
I’ll be starting snippets from Finding His Home soon!
Now check out some other amazing snippets.