This snippet continues on a couple paragraphs from my last SatSpanks snippet. With Nick thinking Ethan is crazy for suggesting a spanking, Ethan calls up Santi.
“I’ll talk to him about it in a little bit. But first can you explain to him what discipline has done for you? He’s staring at me as if I’m crazy for suggesting a spanking would help him relieve guilt.”
Santi laughed. “Oh, you’ve reached that mountain, have you? Sure. Put him on so I can wax ineloquent about my and Finn’s relationship with Frank.”
His Right Choice
Men of Falcon Pointe
About This Book
Nicholas Layton, fresh off his mission for the Mormon Church, attends Falcon Pointe University with plans to enjoy his final year of freedom before he gives in and marries his long-term girlfriend. But when he meets a group of gay men, some of whom are ex-Mormons and some who practice loving discipline, he finds he’s more comfortable with them than anywhere else. Suddenly he’s straddling the line between good Mormon and gay man.
As an added bonus—or problem, depending—he meets Ethan Kierk, who is good-looking, fun to be around, and who wants to be with him. Nick tries not to think about dating a man, but he can’t help it. He wants Ethan, and that terrifies him.
To avoid his feelings, Nick steels himself to propose to his girlfriend but breaks things off at the last moment. Instead he jumps headlong into a relationship with Ethan, and it feels so right—until he has to tell his family. When they reject him, he shares his darkest secret with Ethan, and hopes Ethan won’t reject him too.
Hoping he made the right choice.
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