By Hunter Perez
I opted not to block Nicky on social media. Instead, I responded that I would contact him once I had more details on my Albuquerque trip. I quietly resolved not to engage him in further conversation – while I had no bad feelings to him, I was also not eager to pick up where we left off ten years earlier.
The next morning, there was a message from Nicky on my social media page. “Good morning!” he wrote. “I hope today will be a happy and productive day for you. Take care of yourself! Nicky.” He added a couple of smiley emojis at the end of the message. I did not respond.
The following morning, there was another message. “Good morning! It will be a good day for you, enjoy it! Nicky.” A few more smiley emojis were part of that message. Again, I did not respond.
Continue reading A Left Turn at Albuquerque – Part 02
By Hunter Perez
I work in commercial real estate and I am frequently sent around the country to broker property sales and leasing. I am usually sent to the same cities over and over – New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles – but one assignment required that I go to Albuquerque to coordinate the sale of an apartment complex. I had never been to Albuquerque and knew nothing about it except that it was a jokey reference in several Bugs Bunny cartoons.
My initial online research into the city turned up nothing that piqued my interest – I am not one for museums and historic sites, so I feared that my distraction options were limited. I wondered if any of my connections on social media could offer better ideas on possible free time adventures in Albuquerque, so I posted an inquiry on my page for suggestions to keep me amused during the leisure time portion of the trip.
Continue reading A Left Turn at Albuquerque – Part 01
The nipple clamps stayed on as he flogged my chest. Each smack caused me to instinctively thrash, which jostled the clamps and only made the pain on my nipples worse.
I tugged at my bonds, but the leather cuffs were sturdy and the padlocks were inescapable without a key. I focused my energy on trying to hold still when he flogged me, to ease the pain of my clamps. But that just made him hit me harder, and no matter how still I held the dull pain on my nipples grew and grew.
I kept my composure, never giving more than a grunt or wince. I was in pain, but nothing more than I could handle. Honestly I was still enjoying it. I’d volunteered for this after all. My dick was hard as a rock.
“What’s the code?”
Continue reading Interrogation Game: Chapter 2 – The Code
Andrew had one hour to torture the lockbox code out of me and get the key to his chastity cage. We’d come up with the idea of the scene a few weeks ago, as a fun way to do some interrogation with actual consequences and a goal. A way for me to get to endure some of the torment I enjoy during bondage, and a motivator for him to really try and break me.
We didn’t expect to get as emotionally charged as we did.
By the day he brought me into his garage for the scene, he’d been kept in chastity for over a week. Andrew’s husband had loved the idea and served as his keyholder. Andrew was finding chastity to be so much more frustrating than he’d thought. So as he led me handcuffed into his garage, I could tell this wasn’t going to be the carefree fun scene we’d both thought, rather this was his only chance to finally get out of the cage he’d grown to despise.
Continue reading Interrogation Game: Chapter 1 – The Stakes
Written by ty dehner
“Are you the author?”
After hearing the question from a firm, baritone voice, I looked up from my device to see a tall man wearing what had to be his finest leathers. Without thought, I responded quickly. “Yes, Sir. I am.”
As I stood, the Leatherman took one of my books, turning it over to read the back cover. As he read, I took a closer look at his leathers, starting with his boots, a pair of Wesco Boss that went to just below his knees, with thick Vibram soles that I always thought gave a pair of boots more authority. This gentleman wore black Langlitz Competition Breeches with their distinctive quilted design on the knees and hips. A thick leather belt around his waist was slightly covered by the belted waist of his Langlitz Columbia jacket with quilted accents on the shoulders and elbows. While the jacket was zipped up, Leatherman wore a leather shirt with a leather tie knotted at his neck. Black leather gloves were holding and paging through the book’s first chapter.
Continue reading Reading for a Leatherman
By Joshua Ryan
***This is the final chapter***
I know there are some mystery books that have a last chapter where the detective gives all kinds of explanations. Steven said he never did that, because “the story ends where it ends.”
“What’s that supposed to mean?” I said.
“It means that I’m bored with all your talk about writing,” Steven said. “You’re trying to get me to start writing again. Do a book. Smuggle it out.”
“Sorry,” he said, grabbing my cock and pulling me down on the bunk with him. “I’ve got better things to do.”
All of our literary discussions ended like that. So I’ll just do what I want and write some stuff about how things turned out.
Obviously, I told him the whole story about how I’d bribed my way in here, and he told me the story about how he’d done the same thing. He made me excited when he said he’d done it to write a book, but then he laughed and said, “That was a bad idea. I found out I hadn’t really wanted to write any stories; I just wanted to live in one. So now I am. And finally getting to enjoy it. End of story.”
Continue reading The Prison Writer – Chapter 21
By Joshua Ryan
***This is the second to last chapter***
Three years had passed since I saw Steven on the Maskawa ferry, but I’d looked at the pictures maybe a thousand times, and yeah, that was him. His head was bald, but his lips were still thin and his nose was still the kind I used to see on all those guys in prep school — long and narrow, as if it wanted to look down on everything. And eyes never change. The eyes looking at me were the same eyes I saw in the picture on the back of my first Steven Meres book.
The rest was totally different. The body on the bed was packed into its uniform like a shell in a cannon. Every inch was filled with muscle. When he stood up, you could see the ripples moving under his white tee and the flex stretching his denim thighs. Hot, very hot when combined with the little pointed chin and the intelligent brown eyes. Which looked me up and down. I remembered meeting a guy in a bar who gave me his address and told me to come over in an hour from then. When I got there, I was met at the door by his boyfriend, who was packed exactly like this guy and was giving me the same look.
Continue reading The Prison Writer – Chapter 20
By Joshua Ryan
So, off the boat, and a few comments from fellow passengers — “Enjoying your vacation?” “How’s your day goin?” “Have a good time, losers!” Too bad — those guys had to stay in some hotel on Water Street, but I was going to prison! Then the ride through town and up the mountain — big deal; I’d been there! But coming to that fence again, the fence that separated prison property from everything else — that was major! When I was a little rich boy with a spotless record, they wouldn’t let me through the gate; now that I was a criminal being taken to his place of punishment, no problem — come on in! Welcome to the nation’s most exclusive country club!
So the gate opened and the van rolled in, and it seemed like right away — there it was! The big house, the end of the road, the concrete mama, the consequence of my crimes, the place where I’d be spending the rest of my life! I can’t pretend about this — when I first saw it, I thought, “What have I done?” I’d felt small when I was sitting on the deck, getting yucks from those college kids. How small did I feel when I saw this place with a wall that was 30 feet high! I’d wanted to go to prison … Did I want to go THERE?
Answer: Oh yeah.
Continue reading The Prison Writer – Chapter 19