Can Josh balance his love for his boyfriend without losing his girlfriend?
Josh is successfully adapting to major life changes and challenges He’s suffered through a major conflict with his cold mother, came out as bisexual and abused alcohol. Add in his Italian temper and bed-hopping with men and women. To make things worse his best friend Rachel fell in love with him. It makes for a troubled young man made worse by his mother’s suicide. In this final segment of Hearts United, Josh has been successful in accepting his best friend morphing to his girlfriend, his first relationship based on love rather than just sex. He’s controlled his drinking and temper and then suffers through a serious baseball injury. Will Josh be able to maintain momentum while walking the tightrope of love while trying not to lose his boyfriend or girlfriend. Will they learn to play well together or will Josh suffer another setback?
Series: Hearts United
Ebook ID: 5103_1117
lyd Category: Bi Line
Length: 62 pdf Pages / 9454 words
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The door opened. Rachel rushed in. “Hi Mr. DeAngelo.” She threw her hands to her face in shock. “Josh, I’m so sorry. My cell phone was off and I just got your dad’s voice message. Can I do anything?”
Josh reached for her and ignored the pain of movement. The drugs helped. Rachel leaned in. The safety rail kept her back. “Fucking railing.” She stood, found the release knobs and lowering it. She kissed his cheek.
Josh’s dad gave her a short hug, “Hi Rachel. Since you’re here I’m taking myself out for a walk.”
She nodded and wiped tears from her face.
Josh’s pain lessened with his best friend and lover there. “Oh my God. I didn’t check.” He strained to bring a hand under the sheet to caress his flaccid cock. One at a time, he palpated his nuts. “I think they’re okay. No pain.”
Rachel grinned, “Do you want me to check?”
Josh’s head heated, “Okay.”
She pulled the covers down and lifted the hospital gown, gliding her fingers over his cock and nuts. “Everything seems pretty good.” She dropped the gown, recovered him, smirked, and then leaned in with her head next to his.
Josh giggled and winced. “It hurts to laugh. Okay, what’s going on? You’re either mad or horny. You don’t look mad.”
She ran her fingers over his covered chest. “Josh, I’m on my period and that makes me horny.”
The door opened. Cole shifted in, “Hey Josh. How are you?” He faced Rachel, “Hi.”
Josh tried to think of something to say, his mind fuzzy from the medications and concussion, “Cole, I’m scared.”
“About my body and how bad I’m hurt. One second I’m great, the next I’m screwed up.” His eyes searched the ceiling trying to hold back tears.
Cole stepped closer and kissed Josh’s hand.
Josh wanted to kiss Cole, but was nervous with Rachel in the room.
Rachel whispered, “He was a hero for the game. Did you hear what happened?”
Cole shook his head, “No.”
The coach told me. “It was the bottom of the ninth inning, two out. They were ahead by one run. The team set a goal to have a perfect season, no losses. There was a runner on first with two out. The batter got a hit. The runner made it to third and the throw scooted past the third baseman. BJ, our catcher backed up the play and the runner went for home. If he had scored the game would have been tied. Josh ran in to cover home plate. The pitcher was going to do it, but he’s so good, he’ll end in professional baseball. Josh yelled to him to get away from the plate, we couldn’t risk him getting hurt.” Rachel choked up and paused.
Josh rolled his head. He didn’t remember.
“The catcher made a perfect throw to Josh in plenty of time at home plate. The runner should have just slid and taken the tag but he charged Josh like a bull. He’s big. Josh held on to the ball. The guy was out.” She looked into Josh’s eyes. “The umpire said he’s going to file a complaint with the school district for unethical conduct resulting in serious injury.”
Josh asked. “Was he hurt, the runner?”
Rachel spat back. “Don’t know, don’t care. Fuck him!” She leaned in and kissed Josh’s cheek.
Cole seemed nervous, kept holding Josh’s hand, and then inched forward and kissed his other cheek. Cole moved back and glanced toward Rachel. Time stood still...
David Sullivan was born near New York City, moved to San Jose, California in high school and now lives on the rugged Oregon Coast. Many know David as a Renaissance man. He’s been a tutor to children, an auto mechanic, and served for almost twenty-nine years for the San Jose Police Department.
He is a licensed massage therapist and did it congruent with his police service. David is a Jujitsu 3rd degree black belt. He’s a dog trainer and community volunteer. His motto is, The Purpose of My Life is to Serve. One way he does that is to write bisexual erotic stories, which have entertained many!
His self-help book, Wisdom is the Answer, Common Sense is the Way (under his legal name of James Giambrone Jr) helps people live simpler and more relaxed lives.