First Time Gay Encounters #9: Jonathan

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Jonathan’s girlfriend broke up with him and now he’s lost his job. Jonathan feels like a complete loser. And now he has to tell his roommate, Alan. He is consumed with the idea that Alan will look at him differently, that it will undermine the close friendship they have developed over the past year. So, when Alan gets upset and shuts Jonathan out in the same breath he promises to help him through this time of financial struggle, Jonathan needs to fix whatever has gone wrong. But is he really prepared to give Alan what he wants?

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Alan looked at him for a long second. And then he was suddenly there, suddenly standing so close that Jonathan had to lean his head back slightly to look up into his face. His hands were raised, still, like someone had pushed a pause button, just inches from Jonathan’s face. He waited, like he expected Jonathan to turn and run. But he didn’t. He didn’t because he thought he knew what Alan wanted. And he was beginning to think he wanted it, too.

Jonathan lifted his own hand, pressing it tentatively to the center of that pink soda logo that adorned Alan’s shirt. Someone coming in on the scene might have thought he was about to push Alan away, but that was the last thought on his mind. He could feel Alan’s heart pounding beneath his palm, could feel the heat of his body seeping up through the thin material of the shirt. And there was more…the smell of Alan’s cologne, a scent that was so familiar after all this time of living together, but still new in a strange sort of way, the vague bouquet of wine coming from his mouth, the warm, salty aroma of his skin. He was more aware of every inch of Alan in that moment than he had ever been of Amanda.

Of any girl, really.

He didn’t know what that meant. Wasn’t sure he wanted to know. He was afraid if he analyzed the things going through his mind he would make a mistake he would regret for the rest of his life.

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