My contribution this week to the Rainbow Snippets meme is a not-safe-for-work excerpt from Pacific Rimming, my short m/m/m romance about a married gay couple who unexpectedly fall in love with a younger man while vacationing on Canada’s Vancouver Island.
The spouses, Mike and Ken, are fluent in English and American Sign Language. In this scene, they fantasize about an intimate encounter with their young infatuation—while having an intimate encounter themselves:
“I know what you’d do if we took him to bed.” Ken said the words in English. His hands were occupied with stroking my cock and fingering my ass.
I was on my back, my knees bent and thighs open wide to give Ken better access. “What?” I signed, even though I knew what he was going to say. I had predictable proclivities when it came to thirds.
Rainbow Snippets is a meme where readers and writers post six sentences or lines from a work of LGBTQ+ fiction. You can find more Rainbow Snippets on the Rainbow Snippets Facebook page or by looking for #rainbowsnippets on twitter. It’s a great way to discover new authors.
And feel to free to browse other story snippets I’ve posted on my blog.
About Rainbow Snippets
Rainbow Snippets is a Facebook group and meme for sharing excerpts from your own or others’ stories about queer/LGBTQIA characters. The goal is to share six or so lines—one for each stripe on the rainbow flag. (Most rainbow flags have six stripes, but there are variations with up to nine, so participants have some leeway with the exact number.)