Saturday, May 3, 2014

Seductive Studs & Sirens {15}: Hell hath no fury...


Okay I bet all of you are thinking: "...like a woman scorned," but this time it should be: "...like a man accusing another of something said party didn't do."  Want to know more? Well read on. Poor Benji from my Love's Landscape story, A Sonnet for His Vaquero, has really stepped it in this time.   And while you're at it don't forget to stop by the rest  of peeps blogs for more seductive studs and sirens fun.

Snippet:
(set up:  Benji has come in from a night on the town to find Alejandro trying to dephifer his father's ledgers. An arguement insues when Alejandro tries to hug his new cowhand after accepting an offer to teach Alejandro to read the ledgers. Enjoy!)

Benji scowled at him. “I’m not your fucking father.”

Alejandro pulled back, stung. “I had a father, thank you very much. And I don’t want another.”

Benji began to pace. “Fine, older brother, or whatever relation you want to stamp on me. I can’t be what you need.”

He crossed his arms over his chest. “And what exactly do you think I want?”

“Fuck, I don’t know! At times you treat me like an older brother, like fucking around at the pond today. At other times, like this morning when you fed me and commiserated about my mom having cancer, I swear you were feeling sorry for me.” Benji growled tossing his hat on the table. “But what just confuses the hell out of me is the instances when I can see the lust rising off you. Like you want to rip off my clothes and do mean things to me.”

Alejandro sank back into his chair. “So? You’re an attractive man and I happen to love older men. There’s no crime in looking.”