May I Have this dance came out this last week, so this will be the last excerpt from it for now. (I’m not sure what book I’ll give you a snippet from next week – too many things ‘up in the air’ right now.)
This scene takes place right after the scene posted last week.
Avit knew they were headed in this direction from that first sensual smile. While they flirted and talked, he’d wondered where they would go. The bathroom in the bistro? Perhaps in one of the studio’s rooms? He’s even imagined coming all over Just in the foyer in front of those trophies.
This was better. A thin staircase ran up the back and they entered a small studio apartment. A queen size bed, a dresser, a comfortable chair, and a lamp filled the small room. From the outside, the second floor was as big as the first. He assumed the rest of the floor was for something else. Perhaps more studio space.
Any more thoughts about the floor, and what it consisted of, fled when Just shut the door behind them and pressed him against the wall. His gray eyes burned with fire. When he kissed Avit, it was like he was a starving man and Avit was all he needed to survive. His lips were soft and rough at the same time. Avit grasped onto his shoulders, enjoying the feeling of the strong masculine body pressed up against him.
Just trailed his tongue along the seam of Avit’s lips. With a smirk, he resisted. He was usually the aggressor at times like these. Having someone else do it turned him on. Teeth nipped at his upper lip. Fire sizzled down his spine to his crotch. He parted his lips and thrust his hips forward, groaning as his hard cock met a firm thigh. Just slid his tongue inside.
Avit had had plenty of experience with the quickie in the bathroom. The only time he ever let out this side of himself was at gay bars or gay clubs far from home. This felt different. There was no chance of anyone pissing in the stall next door or worrying what he’d stepped in. There wasn’t the desire to get it over as fast as possible so he could go home. Instead, there was the soft light from the lamp, the warm musky scent of the man pressing him against the wall, and the knowledge they could do anything.
The moment that realization hit him, Avit walked Just backward toward the bed. It had been a few years since he’d had anal sex, but the thought of being inside the agile dance instructor made him crazy.
How can this be wrong when it feels more right than any relationship he’s ever had?
Avit Johan spends his days building up his business. He has no time, nor desire, to find a partner. With his brother’s wedding coming up, he makes time to update his dancing skills. Desire sizzles within him at the sight of Just Deveroux, owner of Just Dance.
Just has a good life. An ex-wife who is his best friend. Three wonderful children. And a dance studio he lives for. The only thing missing is the right partner, the man he will dance the rest of his life with. He’s begun to believe it won’t happen for him. Until he meets Avit.
Attraction explodes between them, and neither wants to step away from the flames. The problem is that Avit has hidden his bisexuality for years and has no intention of coming out of the closet.
Worried that their relationship will destroy the happiness of those they love, they break things off. By the time Avit realizes what losing Just means to him, it may be too late. It’s going to take opening his heart to everyone he cares for if he is to have any chance of winning Just back.
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