Case O'Brien wanted nothing more than a relationship, someone to care about, and someone to care about him. Could colleague Rob Nelson be that special someone? Were their master/slave games only that, games? Or would this turn out to be the real thing? Case needed to find out if Rob was the one, or if he was Just Not into Me.
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- Kendra A.
So, guy A has a crush on his coworker, guy B. Guy B is married to a woman, but guy A decides, after two really short conversations, two super brief sexual encounters, and seeing guy B have a single conversation with another dude (with whom he’s also cheating on his wife), that he’s madly in love with guy B, but that since guy B is obviously not as into it as he is(?), he should pack up and move from Florida to California(!), without ever speaking to guy B about anything (::eye roll::).
In CA, he meets a new guy, guy C, who invites him to move in after a single date(?!?). A goes home to pack up his stuff, and B drops by to say hey. He tells A that he left his wife (suuuure you did, buddy), but suddenly guy A thinks B is whiny and self-centered for some reason? So he tells him to buzz off and then moves in with C, who is now his perfect love (or whatever, I don’t even know).
If this happened in real life, I’d assume that all three of them had some kind of psychosis, and/or had been lobotomized. Since it’s fiction, it’s just poor writing; not only is there no emotional or sexual resonance to any of these “relationships,” there’s no coherent reason for anything any of them do. Okay, yeah, it’s erotica, so you can’t expect too much, but this was all just one giant WTF? from start to finish; not sexy, just confusing.