Curtis, a Caucasian fresh out of college marketing intern at an Atlanta firm, is eager to please and make a good impression. But when he’s assigned to work with Thomas, a jaw dropping gorgeous…and very married…African-American manager at the office, Curtis quickly finds himself developing a crush on a man who is out of his reach…or is he? When a business trip to New Orleans presents itself, Curtis gets the opportunity to spend some one-on-one time with Thomas, who just may or may not be flirting with him.
Also include the first chapter of Shondra Jackson's "Sugar and Spice: The DL Diaries."
What were my first impressions when I was introduced to Thomas? He had strong muscular arms that threatened to bust through the seams of his tailored white dress shirt. His smile gleamed porcelain white. The shade of his skin reminded me of smooth dark chocolate. Towering over me since he stood six feet five inches, I felt positively small in comparison. He had very short black hair that would probably turn curly with just a little more length. It was impossible not to admire him. Thomas Larkin was a gorgeous man that would turn any straight woman and gay man’s head….with me falling into the gay man category.
As I lay next to him now while he softly snores after a particularly intense sex session where he actually made me cum without me so much as touching my dick, I know it to be true. I’m falling for him. It’s also the worst idea ever. Can I actually allow myself to dream that something more than what we’ve had could happen?
I look at his hand. Wedding ring. I know she’s probably wondering where he is. I wonder if she has any idea of what he does to the new young white guy assistant she met in his office. I think I should feel guilty, but his touch, the sex, the way he overpowers me in a sensual tantalizing way has rendered me to think…to feel…foolishly.
What the hell am I going to do?