It’s not hard to get an A in Professor Richards’ class,
but it’s easier if YOU are.
Male students who have Professor Richards’ English literature class discover that it’s not difficult to pass his courses. Of course, it involves special tutoring, many late night hours ‘studying’ and working hard. But the effort pays off with special credit and some of it may even involve English lit.
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Peter put the last graded paper onto a stack with the rest of the tests. He glanced at the clock on his desk.
“4:30,” he muttered. “Maybe I’ll leave in a few minutes and get an early start on the weekend.” He leaned back in his chair and thought about his wife, waiting for him at home. “Or is she dreading when I come home?”
A knock at the door interrupted his thoughts. Alan Bradford stood in the threshold.
“Professor Richards, can I talk to you a minute?” He seemed almost bashful, standing in gym shorts and a tank top.
Peter ran his eyes over the lean body and lingered on the slight bulge in Alan’s shorts. He swallowed hard. “Sure, come on in.” He motioned to a chair in front of his desk.
The chemistry major stepped inside and took a seat.
His shyness makes him even more adorable, Peter thought. “What’s on your mind?”
“Um,” Alan looked away. “Brian told me that you gave him an ‘A’ on the test so he can play tomorrow.”
Peter sucked in his breath. “Yes,” he said, hoping the young man wouldn’t notice his sudden fear.
“He also told me what he did to get it.” Alan still didn’t look up.
Peter held his breath and waited.
Alan glanced up. “Do you think I could get an ‘A’ too?”
The professor exhaled slowly. “Yes, but are you sure? His cock began to swell in anticipation.
Alan nodded. “I have to get an ‘A’ in this course if I’m going to graduate summa cum laude next semester.”
“So are you ready to do this?” Peter’s dick pressed against the tight confines of his pants.
Alex Morgan was born and raised in western Oklahoma where he attended college and majored in chemistry and mathematics. Later, he moved to the Dallas area where he obtained his master’s degree and then a doctorate in analytical chemistry. He now lives and works in Baltimore.
He is an avid reader, particularly mysteries, since being introduced to the Hardy Boys in grade school. After reading his first Agatha Christie novel, Murder on the Orient Express, in junior high, mysteries have been one of his biggest enjoyments. He has always enjoyed reading comic books and loves the super-hero genre just as much.
Combining these two concepts, he has written two mystery novels prior to “Breathless”, in which he introduced gay, paranormal sleuth Corey Shaw. He is also the author of several gay erotica short stories published by loveyoudivine Alterotica.
Look for him at www.pennedbyalexmorgan.com