Alan has no filter #WipItUp #FalconPointe #MMRomance #DD

WIPsideimageHappy Wednesday! It’s time to Wip It Up.

Finding His Home is available on Friday! Woot! Pre-buy it today and get it first thing Friday morning.

I’m giving you a teaser from a little further on in the book. Here you get to see a little more about David as well as interplay with other roommates. The first line is from Alan, the second from Bastien.


“I’m bi.”

“That must give you a larger dating pool.”

Instantly Alan shook his head. “You’d think so, but it’s the exact opposite. The strict heterosexual women and the strict homosexual men get pissed that I’m attracted to people of both sexes. It’s stupid, really. But there you go.”

Bastien leaned back on the sofa and considered that. “You know, I thought coming out would be difficult. I never even considered there were other groups that might have just as many troubles.”

“Everyone’s got ’em,” David said, nodding. “I’m intersex, which comes with a unique set of sexual issues.”

“What’s intersex?” That was a term Bastien had never heard, and he wondered if it was new or if his closed-minded family had just never used it.

“I was born with both male and female genitalia.”


Alan looked at David, and something in the twinkle in his eyes told Bastien he was about to come out with something crazy. “You know, David, I never considered it before. You’re like the perfect guy for me.”

“Why?” David said with a laugh.

“You have a cock and a pussy. If you weren’t straight, I’d pounce.”

With a snort, David smacked him lightly on the shoulder. “And if you weren’t like my brother… and blowing smoke, I’d let you.”

Bastien cleaned his plate and put it on the coffee table. Then he picked up his beer and sipped on it. A bisexual roommate and an intersex roommate. It was definitely an interesting place to live.

“Can I ask you something?” he asked.

“Sure,” they both answered, turning toward him.

“I hope I don’t come across as a jerk, but this is all new to me.”

“If you don’t ask, you’ll never know,” David said.

“Oh, I want that on a bumper sticker,” Alan deadpanned. He snickered when David pushed him over.

“Well, uh. So dang. I don’t know how to phrase this.” Bastien winced. He didn’t want to say something stupid, and yet he knew that was how it would come out. “So do you consider yourself male?”

Luckily David didn’t take his question as an insult. “Yep. When I was born, the doctor suggested cutting off my boy bits and raising me as a girl. My parents declined that offer. It only took a few years before it became obvious I was male.” He took another drink of beer. “In my teens the doctors wanted to sew up my vagina to make me completely male. Their words, not mine. I refused because, while I may be different, that’s still a part of me. It isn’t as deep as the average vag, but it’s still there. Plus, strangely enough, even though I don’t have the full female reproductive system—I might have let them operate if I had to deal with a period—I do get the emotion changes every once in a while. They make me really feel for women, I gotta tell ya.”

“Ever played with it?” Alan asked with interest.

“A little,” David said. “I mean, what man wouldn’t, given the opportunity. Right?” A grin crossed his face. “I think I’m the only man who can literally say he broke both of his virginities at the same time.”

“Fuck.” Alan barked a laugh, spitting out beer. “You fucked your own pussy?”

“It wasn’t that easy, but yeah,” David said with a chuckle. Bastien was clearly in over his head. He couldn’t picture it and wasn’t sure he wanted to.

“Damn. Why ever date? You’ve got it all right between your legs.” It was obvious Alan was teasing.

“You can’t fall in love with yourself, hug yourself, cry on your own shoulder, or protect yourself from harm,” David said calmly. “Besides, I love to fuck rough and there’s just no way to do that to myself.”

“Ever do anal?” Bastien was sure Alan’s questions and David’s responses just might kill him. He’d heard that kind of conversation before, but it tended to be in locker rooms, with testosterone-filled heterosexual jocks.

“Of course.”

“Which do you prefer? Ass or puss?”

“Alan!” Bastien finally said.

“What? I’m terminally nosy.”

“He is,” David agreed. “But I don’t mind. Which do I prefer? I like them both. But I do enjoy a nice wet kitty to sink my cock or tongue into. Plus the women I date aren’t exactly into anal sex, and I enjoy sex more when my partner wants it just as much as I do.”

The pressure in Bastien’s groin made him wince. The conversation had all sorts of images going through his head, and he liked some of what he pictured. Even the female anatomy took on new interest when it was paired with a cock. Realizing he was trying to imagine what David looked like naked, he felt his cheeks heat up.

“Are we getting to be too much?” Alan asked with a grimace. “Sorry, Bastien. I’ll stop. I can be quite inappropriate at times.”

“Just ask Trent about the time Alan asked him if he could deep throat such a well-hung man as Cory,” David said with a chuckle.

“Trent thought it was funny. Cory paddled my tush for being so nosy.” Alan grinned as he took another sip of beer. “And that man is seriously hung. Even in the hot tub he’s worth looking at. I don’t see how anyone could deep throat him.”

“Are you talking about my man’s junk again?” Trent asked as he ran down the stairs.


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Finding His Home


Sebastien Cather moves to Falcon Pointe with a dream to live life his way. Offered a room at 959 Brenton Street, he discovers how liberating it can feel to live among accepting people, especially in a household where they practice loving physical discipline. And he quickly gains a boyfriend in Avery, a fellow student. Unfortunately Avery isn’t his first choice. His roommate David is fascinating and good-looking, and Bastien would do anything to have him—but he doesn’t think the attraction is returned.

Tensions rise as his roommates’ wedding is threatened and his present and past lives clash. Outed by the national media, Bastien knows he will never be able to return home again. Just as he’s sure he can’t handle any more stress, David shows his interest. Bastien slowly makes his way forward, trying to find firm footing in the minefield that is his life. But when his landlord makes an announcement about the future of the house, it may change all of his dreams.

Now on with your other WIPs 😉

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