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Ulterior Motives: A Little Boy Lost Short by JP Barnaby

J.P. Barnaby ©

J.P. Barnaby ©

Dedication: The concept for this story is not mine. It came from a naughty story told to me by my deviant little friend Michael Chulsky Kudo

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I don’t often get off to the porn I shoot, but damn, Alex power bottomed better than any guy I’ve filmed. The perfect arch of his back, the way he leaned into it, the fact that Mike topped meant none of it was fake. It might have been awkward editing his friends having sex if he hadn’t fucked both Mike and Alex at one point or another. Now, it was just a really hot day at the office.

“Brian?”

The sound of Jamie’s voice made my cock press harder against my jeans, and I groaned.

“In the living room, babe,” I called and set the laptop on the footstool as he came into the room shirtless and barefoot, clad only in ripped jeans and an inquisitive expression.

“I need your help,” he said and tossed a bottle of lube onto the floor next to the couch. In two hard strides, he climbed into my lap. I moaned against his lips as they crashed into mine, his strong hands on either side of my face, cradling, then moving up into my hair. I had no idea what he wanted, but if he kept grinding his hips against mine like that, he’d get some messy help.

Jamie broke the kiss long enough to grab my T-shirt, pull it over my head, and fling it onto the couch beside us. His hair tickled my cheek as he moved down to my neck, kissing, sucking, and softly biting my skin.

“Fuck, Jamie, what kind of help?”

“Research,” he murmured and slid down to the floor between my spread legs.

His lips wrapped around my left nipple, and my cock strained against denim as I begged him with a groan. God, I wanted those lips around my dick. I didn’t care what kind of fucking research it was.

Nothing on earth could have stopped the whimper that escaped my lips when he started unbuttoning my jeans. Jamie rarely initiated sex. He didn’t really need to because I initiated enough for the two of us, but for him to be so turned on that he attacked me in the living room—yeah, hottest fucking thing ever. I lifted my ass and let him jerk my jeans to my knees and then off. Then, I watched dumbfounded as he stood up and stripped. Naked in the living room in the middle of the afternoon, could the day get any better?

Jamie fished the lube from the floor next to the couch and drizzled a bit into his hand. Then, he took both our dicks in his slick hands and stroked.

“Jesus,” I cried, my head falling back against the couch as the man I’ve loved my whole life, a guy I didn’t even recognize in that moment, jerked his hips and slid his cock against mine as he fucked his hands. It was so fucking beautiful.

“Okay, let’s see if this is possible.”

Jamie sat up abruptly, pulling me with him. He pushed me into a sitting position on the couch and straddled my hips. God yeah, I could almost feel my cock inside him. Rocking against my pelvis, simulating riding me, he looked down into my face.

“Okay, see if you can suck my dick like this.”

“What?”

Jamie bounced up and down, and I reached down to grab my dick, but he pushed my hand away. If I could get my dick under him, we’d be fucking.

“Try to see if you can get my dick in your mouth,” he said and put one hand on my shoulder to steady himself. I learned forward and tried to capture the head of his cock between my lips. My abs burned as I bent nearly in half. His dick remained a couple inches out of my reach.

“If I were ten years younger maybe,” Brian snorted.

“So, you can’t?” Jamie asked, his movements slowing to a grind.

“No, I can’t.”

“Okay, thanks, babe.” Jamie climbed off me and grabbed his jeans from the floor before I could even register that he was no longer touching my dick.

“Wait… What? Where are you going?”

“I just needed to see if it was possible, and it’s not, so I need to go rewrite my scene. I’m on a deadline.” Jamie kissed my forehead and turned around.

I had to sit there on the touch with my dick in my hand watching his perfect ass leave the room.

“Are you kidding me?”

I sat on the couch and waited for him to say it was a joke, for him to come back, but nothing happened. Absolutely nothing. God damn it. So, I did the only thing I could do. I left my jeans on the living room floor, picked up the lube, and went up to our room to use a dildo and my hand while he finished his Goddamned book.

Stupid authors.

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JP BarnabyAbout the Author: Award winning romance novelist, J. P. Barnaby has penned over a dozen books including the Working Boys series, the Little Boy Lost series, In the Absence of Monsters, and Aaron. As a bisexual woman, J.P. is a proud member of the GLBT community both online and in her small town on the outskirts of Chicago. A member of Mensa, she is described as brilliant but troubled, sweet but introverted, and talented but deviant. She spends her days writing software and her nights writing erotica, which is, of course, far more interesting. The spare time that she carves out between her career and her novels is spent reading about the concept of love, which, like some of her characters, she has never quite figured out for herself.

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About the Little Boy Lost Series:

Books one through three

Enlightened by JP Barnaby
Little Boy Lost: Book One

Little Boy Lost is the story of Brian McAllister, the boy next door.

Brian goes to school, does his homework, and helps his foster parents around the house. Brian also has a secret: he is in love with his best friend, Jamie. But in Crayford, Alabama, being in love with another boy is the worst kind of sin.

Brian and Jamie will discover just how deep their emotional bond runs, and at what cost. What will they do if their secret is discovered? From fumbling through their first sexual experiences to hiding all aspects of their relationship from everyone in their lives, Brian and Jamie battle for the one thing that is truly theirs—love.

First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, March 2011
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Abandoned by JP Barnaby
Little Boy Lost: Book Two

Jamie is gone.

Brian’s secret has been revealed.

Brian McAllister’s story continues as he tries to cope with the loss of his best friend and soul mate amid the alienation and ridicule of his classmates. When hatred turns to violence, Brian narrows his focus to two goals: surviving and finding Jamie. Along the way he meets Adam, whose life has also been shattered by violence and cruelty. Can Adam fill the hole in Brian’s life left by Jamie’s absence? The answer will change everything.

First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, May 2011

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Vanished by JP Barnaby
Little Boy Lost: Book Three

Brian McAllister’s story continues in San Diego, where he finds so much more than he ever expected: acceptance, friends, encouragement, and an entire world of sexual adventure he’d never dared to imagine back in his small Alabama town. He continues to search for one lost boy in a sea of humanity but slowly begins to realize that maybe dreams really don’t come true.

Encouraged by new friends Mike and Emilio, Brian struggles to find work and keep his spirits up while his hope of finding Jamie starts to falter. But when life comes crashing down, he’s desperate to keep his new life. Can Brian do the unthinkable to remain in California when his money runs out? When Brian meets a beaten and bruised boy no one seems willing to help, he knows that walking away is no longer an option.

First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, July 2011

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Books four through six

Discovered by JP Barnaby
Little Boy Lost: Book Four

Little Boy Lost is the story of Jamie Mayfield, a golden-haired fallen angel. Dumped into a gay rehab center and shunned by his parents, the once-adored son of small-minded, small town people has had to find his own way in life.

Jamie is astonished and dismayed when Brian McAllister, the boy he knows is the other half of his soul, explodes back into his precarious life. In the nearly two years they’ve been apart, not a day has gone by that Jamie hasn’t thought of Brian, no matter how hard surviving has been. How can Jamie protect Brian from the pain and brutalization in his life when he can’t even protect himself? Brian and Jamie will put every bit of themselves into saving each other, but Steven O’Dell isn’t the only obstacle keeping the boys apart. Jamie’s own self-hatred may prove to be their undoing.

First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, October 2011

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Escaped by JP Barnaby
Little Boy Lost: Book Five

Finally together, Brian McAllister and Jamie Mayfield have risked everything in a desperate escape. Jamie is now free of his tormentor, Steven O’Dell… for the moment. But Brian and Jamie know that one wrong choice could lead Steven to their door.

With the strength of Brian and his friends to protect him, Jamie hides and finds the one person he is truly afraid of—himself. The long, lonely hours in the place Leo found for them to stay leave Jamie with nothing to do but think. He thinks about Brian, about the direction their lives should take. He thinks about his parents, about the industry he left behind. Mostly, though, he thinks about drugs. Jamie wants to feel good again, forget about his self-hatred, and stop the gnawing cravings that prey upon his mind and body even as he tries to start a new life with Brian.

One moment of weakness may prove to be fatal for them both.

First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, January 2012

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Sacrificed by JP Barnaby
Little Boy Lost: Book Six

Reunited with his father but missing the one man he loves more than any other, Jamie Mayfield attempts to put his life back together amid rehab, seizures, and the gutting loneliness of Brian’s rejection. As he tries to cope, Jamie finds that relying on his friends isn’t nearly as difficult as he’d imagined, and soon he can once again stand on his own two feet.

While recovering from his addiction, Jamie starts a new phase of his life at college, working to become the man Brian needs him to be. Only one question remains: Can Jamie earn Brian’s forgiveness and win back his trust, or will their love be sacrificed at the altar of Jamie’s demons?

Brian and Jamie’s epic journey comes to a close in this thrilling conclusion to the Little Boy Lost series.

First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, June 2012

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