Heat: Gay Love Stories (Romance Short Story Anthology Book 4) by Jerry Cole

Heat: Gay Love Stories (Romance Short Story Anthology Book 4) by Jerry Cole

Author:Jerry Cole [Cole, Jerry]
Language: eng
Format: epub
Published: 2018-05-07T16:00:00+00:00

Chapter Five

Philip laughs and looks around the grounds. In the distance, he sees a young blond cutting flowers from his mother’s prized rose garden. Vincent follows his brother’s gaze and shakes his head, “You never cease to amaze me little brother.” Vincent places a hand on his brother’s shoulder. He and Philip begin walking toward the blond when they see their sister Lucretia enter the garden and drag the blond to a nearby weeping willow tree where they both disappear under the tree’s billowy branches.

Philip is intrigued and quietly approaches the tree for a better look. Beneath the tree’s canopy, Philip sees the two kneeling. Lucretia cups the girl’s cheek in her hand and rubs her thumb across her soft supple lips. The blond responds and grabs Lucretia’s hand and expertly glides it down her throat, across her collarbone, and places it on top of her breast. Lucretia inhales deeply and gently squeezes the firm, ripe breast as she bends forward to kiss the sultry blond. Lucretia eagerly licks the outstretched tongue of her companion. Philip wants to continue watching but turns away. Admittedly, he was depraved, but not that depraved.

Throughout the day, Philip and Vincent help prepare for the reception. As the sun turns the horizon orange, the two brothers hop into Philip’s Lincoln, and quietly sneak away.

Philip and Vincent drive to the cable ferry at Cave in Rock. It is dark when they arrive. In the distance, the shadows of four ghostly men reflect off the pale moonlight in the swirling black waters of the Ohio River.

Vincent mutters to no one in particular, “What the hell have I gotten myself into?”

“Shush, here they come.”

“I see ‘em, shit them boys are huge. What do they feed them in Kentucky?”

“Sh. They might hear you.”

“So what if they do?”

The cable ferry comes to a stop on the Illinois side of the river. Two huge, burly men lower a wooden ramp onto the bank. The other two men pile into the truck and drive to where Philip and Vincent are standing.

Philip tries charm, “How you boys doin’ tonight?”

The leader of the crew responds, “I ain’t got time for no small talk. Let’s hurry up and get this over with. Is it just the two of you?”

Not wanting to tip his hand too quickly, Philip replies, “Maybe, why?”

The huge ape of a man looks around nervously, “Hardin County ain’t safe. You know that. Let’s get your car loaded up so we can get the hell outta’ here.”

The transfer is quickly made. Extracting a wad of cash from his pocket, Philip says, “Here, it’s all there. You best be on your way.”

Nodding in agreement, the two boys drive back on to the ferry and head toward the banks of Kentucky. Philip and Vincent are left standing alone in the middle of the road.

Swiping at his brother’s arm, Vincent pleads, “Let's get the hell outta’ here!”

Philip turns toward the car and stops. “Did you hear something?”

The sound of slamming car doors pierces the stillness of the night causing the brothers to jump in horror.


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