When I Look at Him

When I Look at Him

Shannon Pearce

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When Sean is late for a meeting with his divorce attorney, he finds much more than a fellow attorney. He finds a man who understands where he has been, and also where he is going. Over dinner, the two of them realize that they must not let their chance meeting end after dessert. Their feelings for each other, though new and instantaneous, are nonetheless real. A shared kiss ignites in both of them much more than a spark. A passion burning deep inside them surfaces and neither can deny his feelings for the other. Sean fears that by satisfying his own desires, he may be jeopardizing his chances of being granted visitation rights with his son if and when his ex-wife discovers his secret.

 
PUBLISHED BY: Beau to Beau
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PUBLICATION DATE: 2010
WORD COUNT: 5156
SEXUAL CONTENT RATING: 5 5 5 5 5
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CATEGORIES: ManLove, Contemporary, Erotica, Romantic Fiction
KEYWORDS: gay fiction, fiction, gay romance, romance, gay erotica, erotica, gay love, love, male love, manlove
 

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The man smiled at Sean again, and Sean noticed that the man had blue eyes, the kind of eyes that are a brilliant sparkling blue with a black ring around them like an outline that makes the blue stand out even more. He held out his hand to the man. “Let’s start over, okay?” “I'm Craig,” the man said, shaking Sean’s hand. Craig felt bad for Sean. He knew all too well that divorce was not easy. “Why don't you come on in to my office, Sean. It's not like anybody is waiting for me.” Sean was relieved. “I would really appreciate that. I can't seem to find any time during normal hours.” Craig walked Sean to his office and went over the many issues regarding his son and property in regard to the divorce. Sean told him what he wanted and that it wasn’t his intention to hurt his ex, but she did have him followed secretly instead of coming to him with her concerns. Craig told Sean about his visitation rights and what might be tried by his ex-wife to have them revoked at any time. Craig was a stunningly good looking man, at least to Sean. He was tall and lanky, maybe 5'10" and 160 pounds, with straight brown hair, and as he walked away to get something out of a file drawer, Sean noticed that Craig had what looked to be an incredible ass. There was a quality about this man Craig, a quality that was telling Sean he was gay like him.

Sean put his hand on Craig’s chest. “Please, Craig, don't think I’m crazy. I probably shouldn't have said that, but I had to tell you.” He finally looked up at Craig and he was smiling. He reached over and touched Sean’s face. “Good, I wouldn't want to be falling in love alone.” Sean leaned over and kissed him and then wrapped his arms around him and kissed him even more deeply. “I promise that I won't hurt you, Craig. I’m not like the others. I would never hurt you like they did.” They were both silent for a few minutes. “What do we do now, Craig?” Craig got up and pulled Sean up with him.

He took Sean’s hand and they walked slowly to his bedroom. “It's been over a year since I had sex with another person. Horny doesn't describe how I am feeling right now,” Craig admitted. He smiled at Sean and wrapped his arms around his neck. Sean pushed Craig down on the bed and lay down on top of him. Sean started pulling his shirt off over his head. With his tee shirt off, for the first time Sean was looking at Craig's naked chest. “You are gorgeous!” Sean lifted himself up and slowly pulled down his pants.

 
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