In this erotic short story, Jack, one of the university’s star football players, yearned to come out of the closet and embrace Sam as more than his roommate and close friend.

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About the Book

Jack and Sam, junior bio-science majors in college, met two years ago at the beginning of sophomore year, when Jack was supposed to have a single-occupancy room. That plan changed when a glitch in the college’s automated roommate system accidentally placed Sam in the female dorms. Though Jack resented having a roommate, he decided to make it work because Sam was smart and could help him keep his grades up. Football stardom carried enormous academic accountability and Jack couldn’t risk losing his full-ride scholarship. During the year, the Jack and Sam developed a friendship that grew close—very close, and both of them secretly longed for more.

When an accidental, lust-filled kiss exposes Jack’s true feelings, Sam is ready to help Jack explore his desires and connect with the man he’s wanted since the day he moved in with Jack.

All characters are 18+.

Genre: Gay Erotica
Publisher: Purple Spekter™ Press
Publication Year: 2017
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About the Author
Kieron T. Lachlan

I’m just a gay guy with a creative imagination and a propensity for writing, both at work and for fun. I had no idea how much I would like writing stories until I started penning the ideas in my head. Then those ideas became works of flash fiction that I decided to expand into short stories.

Now, I’m enjoying a side hobby as a gay erotic and romance author. I’m working hard on several hot & sexy stories and I hope to share with them for your enjoyment and pleasure. Today I live in New Hampshire with my husband. Life is great. Cheers!

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