Is webcam sex enough to hold a relationship together?
With Peter in Ireland and Connor in America, the lovers have to make do with what technology will permit. How do you balance real life with an online relationship? Can you still be lovers when you can’t actually touch? Divided by an ocean, Connor and Peter are having a tough time of it.
Series: The Price Of Love
lyd Category: His and His
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The webcam image emerged out of blackness, giving him a clear view of Peter’s very hard cock, framed by dark curls of hair. Taking in the sight he drew a slow breath, not really in the right place for anything sexy, but at the same time needing it.
“You’re up and about then?” he said, trying to sound playful.
“I saved this for you.” The illusion of a talking dick made him smile, despite himself. How could anyone not smile, getting a welcome back like that?
Appealing though the spectacle was, Connor needed something else. After such a hard day he needed to share a few personal details and settle, but they’d landed straight in a different kind of scenario. He didn’t want to disappoint Peter. Talking would buy him time to find the right headspace, so he opted for flirting. “Did that come up all by itself, or did you have to work for it?”
“Woke up with it,” Peter said. “You want?”
“How can I resist?”
“You’re still dressed.”
“Not long got back. Evening volunteer shift.”
A nod. “So, are you going to take your shirt off for me?”
Connor smiled. “Let me see the rest of you, I feel weird talking to your dick.”
“Hang on.” Peter pulled back, revealing his naked body in its entirety. He had a hungry look in his eyes, untamed by distance and technology.
“Mmm.” Connor took a moment to relish the sight. Peter had a great body, almost entirely undeserved if he told the truth about his lifestyle. All firm muscle and lean, sexy grace. Seeing so much alluring flesh exposed lifted Connor’s spirits. So hot. Pulse rate accelerating, some of the sorrow and tension left him. He set to unbuttoning the shirt, taking his time.
“Tease,” Peter said.
“Yep.” He discarded the item, conscious of life stirring in his jeans. Until recently, Connor had considered himself shy, but Peter drew out an exhibitionist streak in him. Showing off his skin won attention and ardour. How could he resist that? If Peter wanted to see, he’d gladly show him anything.
English author Bryn Colvin has a lot of first-hand experience when it comes to long distance relationships. This has made her very conscious of the huge and unfair disadvantage gay couples are at when it comes to things like moving to marry. Only when the right to gay marriage is recognized internationally, will that issue be resolved.
When Bryn isn’t writing, she spends a lot of time outdoors, drinks too much coffee, reads a lot of books and thinks too much. You can find her at www.brynneth.org.uk