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Damien the Towel Boy - A Sexy Gay M M Jock Short Story from Steam Books - cover

Damien the Towel Boy - A Sexy Gay M M Jock Short Story from Steam Books

Steam Books, Corey Stark

Publisher: Steam Books

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There isn't much glory in being the towel boy and all-around assistant for the school's swim team, but Damien doesn't mind. One of the guys, Alex, treats Damien with increasing affection, which is all the motivation Damien needs to continue being at the team's beck and call.One night, Damien gets a call from Alex, asking him to give another member of the team a ride home: the drunk, obnoxious, and meaty Matthew. Damien obliges, but he doesn't realize his night is just beginning.WARNING: This 6,194-word (about 31 pages) short story is a steamy read that features explicit content including gay sex and romance, oral sex, masturbation, rimming, anal sex, and may be too much for timid readers!-- JOCK HIGH SCHOOL --Most every high school has jocks, but only through Corey Stark's JOCK HIGH SCHOOL anthology series can you experience first-hand the kind of sexually-charged passion possible only between athletic young seniors bursting into adulthood for the first time.

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