No More Running: An Erotic Gay Fantasy

Brian has just returned from Afghanistan where he served proudly with the Marines. Feeling suffocated by the care and concern of his parents, their friends, and neighbors, he escapes to the local bar to have a few drinks. While there he runs into a group of friends, guys he’s known since they were kids, including Eric Ferguson. Brian has always been in love with Eric, but assumes he doesn’t know, that no one knows. As they take a drive in the countryside, Eric gives voice to his frustration with Brian’s choices, mainly the fact that he has continuously run away since they graduated high school. Will Brian ever be able to face the truth and stop running?

This is an explicit erotic short story of approximately 5,200 words. It contains graphic language and sexual themes. It is meant only for adults who are interested in this type of material for viewing in jurisdictions where its sale and enjoyment does not violate any local laws.


“You can’t blame me for what you weren’t courageous enough to admit.”

“Me?” Eric laughed, the sound like an explosion of stale air. “What about you? When did you ever have the courage to tell someone the truth?”

“What is that supposed to mean?”

“You run away. You have always run away—“

“And what about you?” Brian demanded, storming toward Eric. “What do you do? You hide behind excuses!”

“Not anymore.”

They were standing face to face, both the same height, the same build. Two Texas boys who could have been brothers except for one’s long, blond curls and the other’s dark crew cut. And then they were touching. Brian would never remember who moved first, but in a split second Eric’s fingers were twisted in the still wet material of his shirt while his hand was caught on the back of Eric’s neck.

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