Rogers, Mathis B.

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When Lightning Strikes Two Hearts - Can Love's Thunderstorm Be Far Behind? When Scott Campbell pulls into a Texas motel one dark and rainy afternoon all he is looking for is to get off the road, out of the storm, and a good night's sleep. But lightning strikes when David Bennett walks into the motel lobby also looking for a room. As Scott thinks to himself, David is "the best looking guy I had ever seen." With the hotel out of rooms, Scott, who can barely take his eyes off David, offers to let him shower and share the room. As the storm grows more violent and the power lines go down, it is clear David has little choice. Locked up in the room in the dark with thunder and lightning raging outside, the two young men discover their attraction is mutual, and their passion for each other's bodies insatiable. Before he knows it, Scott has lost his heart. But will their attraction for each other end with the thunder and lightning? Or is the storm raging in their hearts too strong to ever go out?

PUBLISHED BY: Renaissance E Books
CATEGORIES: Romantic Fiction, Erotica, ManLove
KEYWORDS: gay, gay male, male-male

EBOOKS BY Renaissance E Books

EBOOKS BY Rogers, Mathis B.

COPYRIGHT Rogers, Mathis B./2010


“Oh, shit!” David exclaimed.
I jumped up and turned on the light. He was hopping toward the bed holding his right foot. His limp cock was flopping up and down as he hopped.
“What happened?” I asked as he sat down on the edge of the bed.
“I got up to go to the bathroom and on the way back I stubbed my toe on the chair by the table,” he replied, rubbing his sore toe.
“Let me see it,” I said, pulling his hand away from it. The way he was sitting, his cock wasn’t far away. I pulled his foot over onto my lap and turned on the lamp by his side of the bed.
“It’s not bleeding,” I said with a sigh of relief. “It will probably be black and blue by morning though.” I looked at the clock. It was only two-thirty. We could still hear the rain on the roof.
“Good, glad to hear it’s not bleeding,” he said. “I feel like it’s broken though.”
I rubbed his foot for a while, listening to the rain and trying not to stare at his cock.
“Mm, that feels better,” he said, leaning back on his hands. “Sounds like it’s still raining. I hope everything is going to be okay out there.”
“Yeah, me too,” I agreed. “But in here, everything’s going to be just fine,” I said referring to his foot.
“Thanks, I owe you for another one,” he said. Pulling his foot off my lap, he lay beside me.
“Nonsense, you don’t owe me anything,” I replied, pulling the sheet up over me. He turned off the light on his side of the bed. I turned out the one on my side.
“The next time you need to go to the bathroom, why don’t you turn on the light? It won’t bother me near as much as you hurting yourself again.”
“Okay, if you insist.”
“I do.”
We lay down and went back to sleep, listening to the rain on the roof again.
I woke up sometime later, still lying on my left side. David’s arm was draped over me and his warm body was pressed tightly against me. I could feel his hard cock pressed against my bottom. I pushed back against him and rubbed his strong arm. With my hand on his arm, I went back to sleep.


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