Summary Review: Becoming a man was never more pleasurable.
“I’m a virgin. I think I want that to change tonight. I want someone to fuck me, but I also want to be shown what to do. I want to be taught. I might get nervous, and I need someone who won’t get angry if I say stop. … No names. No feelings. When it’s over, we say goodbye and never see each other again. We both get something out of the deal.”
Chett was on a mission for his 18th birthday when he went to The Pumping Station, a gay bar. He wanted to leave his virginity behind. Then he saw him and knew he was his man.
He was thirty-five and definitely not a virgin. I was skinny, with white, pale skin and no man-made changes to my body. He was muscular with dark, tanned skin. Both of his arms were full of tattoos. More ink was on his pecs and back. Both nipples were pierced, as was his right ear as well as his tongue.
He told the man what he wanted and it didn’t take long to seal the deal. Half an hour after they met in the bar his date arrived at his room in Motel Six and it was all systems go … except he didn’t know what to do. No problem, because the man took care of him and he now accepted that he was gay. When it came time for him to return the favour and give his benefactor oral sex he was terrified he would do something wrong, but his fears were soon allayed as his new teacher taught him well, including how to be careful with the teeth. 🙂 I’ll never think of oral sex again without remembering what he said — it was too, too funny.
I really like this story and the characterizations. While it was very short and I don’t want the review to be longer than the story, I must say that Ethan Stone did a credible job with the ending which is something I always complain about with this short format. Chett’s innocence came through loud and clear and Richard, his partner, was caring and made sure that the experience was something he would remember positively. The sex wasn’t rushed and Richard was patient and gentle at the right time and made sure to compliment Chett even when he didn’t get everything right. This was such a sensitive transition into adulthood, but it was also hot as the author didn’t forget what eighteen year olds want and need.
In case you’re wondering, there is a HEA, and that also was done well. Great job! Definitely recommended.