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The Agony & The Ecstasy

9781622476855

Alan, a young artist in New York City, wakes up one morning with a pounding headache and only the vaguest recollection of the night before. It stands to reason he can barely remember the handsome man who lay next to him between the sheets. However, Alan's one night stand is insistent on seeing him again – will Alan be able to remember why?

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Alan, a young artist in New York City, wakes up one morning with a pounding headache and only the vaguest recollection of the night before. It stands to reason he can barely remember the handsome man who lay next to him between the sheets. However, Alan's one night stand is insistent on seeing him again – will Alan be able to remember why?

This is an explicit erotic short story of approximately 5,000 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.

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Liam let out a surprised chuckle. “I seemed plenty your type last night.”

Alan flushed, but retorted, “Anyone would be my type after the amount of alcohol I imbibed.” Liam looked at him with a raised eyebrow.

“That's not what I remember you saying.”

Alan cursed internally. Certain parts of last night were still foggy to him. He couldn't remember any actual conversation between the two of them.

“I've forgotten what I said,” Alan said, his brown eyes flashing. “You should, too.”

And with that, he strode out of the door.

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The Agony & The Ecstasy

The Agony & The Ecstasy

Alan, a young artist in New York City, wakes up one morning with a pounding headache and only the vaguest recollection of the night before. It stands to reason he can barely remember the handsome man who lay next to him between the sheets. However, Alan's one night stand is insistent on seeing him again – will Alan be able to remember why?