You And Me And The Moon [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Pepper Espinoza
eBook Category: Erotica/Gay-Lesbian Erotica/Gay Fiction
eBook Description: The sequel to Amber Allure's Best Seller My Only Home...
Two years after best friends Noah Hill and Luke Wesson became lovers, the men begin to feel the stress of juggling their careers and raising a child while still making time for each other. Finally, in an effort to rejuvenate their relationship, Noah insists on taking Luke away on a quiet weekend vacation, just the two of them.
But things don't exactly go as planned, and all of Noah's old fears come roaring back. Luke needs to meet Noah halfway before fear and doubt eats away at everything they have together...
Genres: Gay / Contemporary / Exhibitionism / Public Places
eBook Publisher: Amber Quill Press, Published: 2010
Fictionwise Release Date: January 2011
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He took another step, and a treacherous voice asked, Are you sure this is the right direction? He didn't know if it was the right direction. It seemed like it was the right direction, and at least he wasn't running around in circles screaming in terror. Why had he chosen the mountains? Why had he chosen to storm off at sunset? How long had been out there? Maybe an hour and a half? Long enough for Luke to start worrying about him? Noah sincerely hoped so.
The trembling didn't stop as he walked. He didn't hear the growl anymore, but he was sure feeling it. Like it had worked its way under his flesh and vibrated through his bones, echoing over and over again. What sort of animals were even around? Were there bears in Southern California? What about mountain lions? He was pretty sure there were no wolves, but not one hundred percent sure. He wasn't a zoologist after all. He didn't keep track of the wolf population throughout the western United States.
What if he died on the side of the mountain? What if a cougar tore him apart and ate his intestines? He hadn't prepared at all for that sort of thing. He didn't even have a will. Worse, he had left the room angry at Luke for something so completely insignificant as the time of their dinner. That had seemed absolutely critical at the time, but since his stomach was twisted in too many knots to even feel hunger anymore, it was hard to remember why he had ever cared so much.
He just wanted to see Luke again. That was it. That was all. He just wanted to see his friend's smile and feel his lover's touch. Right on the heels of that desire was the need to hear Lily's voice. She would call him silly and then launch into a long story about her best friend Cassie and how Cassie liked to eat glue during Activities.