By Shayla Kersten
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Their breath, visible in the cold January night air, mingled as they talked. Rich breathed in through his mouth as if he could taste the other man on the frozen air. A hopeless fantasy. He pushed his thoughts to the back of his mind. Something best saved for the morning when he would be alone in his bed. “Sure. ” Or a chance to talk with his best friend. Dan started pouring before Rich finished his answer. ” Rich reached across the short distance for the coffee cup. He shivered from more than cold when Dan’s fingers brushed his.
Feels so…” Dan bit his lower lip, stopping his words. Rich almost leaned over to help Dan nibble on the full lip. Instead, he let Dan’s hair absorb his moan. “Faster…” Dan’s hips moved to emphasize his plea. Rich’s hips moved in sync with his hand, pushing against Dan with each stroke. Dan moved closer, almost encouraging Rich to rub against him. The arm propping Rich’s head abandoned its duties and slid under Dan’s neck. Pulling him closer still, Rich buried his face in the damp hair. Soon there wasn’t enough room between them for water to flow.
Dan’s face was pale in the light of an almost full moon. ” Dan shrugged. “Only one ticket. ” His teeth flashed white in his shadowed face. Rich laughed at Dan’s implication. Dan was always looking for his next date, but Rich knew he was joking. Dan’s scruples were one of the things Rich liked most about the man. He would no more drop a ticket for a quickie than Rich would. ” Dan held up his ever-present thermos. Addicted to coffee, Dan always shared when Rich showed up. He even kept several small foam cups in his cruiser for Rich’s use.
A Helping Hand by Shayla Kersten