In this snippet, Kace sent an email to Falcon letting him know they got their home on Elan Isle. This is part of Falcon’s emailed response.
So, you’re planning on being out by Saturday? That’s intense, Kace. Why not ask the landlord for a few more days? I don’t want you to overdo it.
However, you’ll need help loading the van, so I’m going to contact some of the guys I know who are near the base and who will keep their mouths shut. They’ll call you and find out when you need them to pack the van.
And Kace—you will use them. If I find out you have packed the entire thing yourself, the first thing that will happen when I get home will be you and my belt becoming reacquainted.
Kace & Falcon have been in a relationship for thirteen years. With Falcon in the military, they've spent more time apart than together. Since they live in off-base housing, Kace hides who he is. When he finds out about Elan Isle, he's excited. Especially when he finds out that not only will their domestic discipline lifestyle be accepted, but that he and Falcon are welcomed for who they are. They no longer have to hide.
Falcon has protected Kace since the night they met. Seeing his love become emboldened by their new town is electrifying. So much so that he decides to come home for good.
Kace knows having Falcon home all the time will be difficult, but he thinks it will be due to his partner missing his life in the military. He has no idea the difficulties will be his. Worries he’s never voiced pop up and desires he’s never considered become all important. While Falcon has more patience than anyone he knows, Kace fears that this desire might be the final straw.
If you're a Corbin's Bend Pride fan, you might remember the short story Pillar in the Snow. This is that short story, given full life as a novel with new characters and a different kink community.
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