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Abs Lust Bare Rejection

MM Desire #204

by Ty Debauchee

Abs Lust Bare Rejection: MM Desire #204


How long before Garrett dies of exposure and hypothermia?

Ty's parents reveal insights he never suspected. Is Garrett and Ty's secret at risk?

Hank, Garrett's father, cites Garrett's sexual orientation as reason to throw him out of the house. Garrett struggles to survive nude in frigid weather. Where is Ty when Garrett desperately needs him?

By not dealing with Hank decisively, Ty makes a costly error destined to haunt the boys for a lifetime. So Ty must put everything on the line to save Garrett and a handsome nurse from Hank's wrath. But in whose bed will Ty sleep? Will Ty's love be lost forever?

*This book contains explicit scenes of a gay sexual nature by consenting characters who are over 18 years of age. It is intended only for readers who are 18+ years of age. If you are underage or may be offended by this topic, do not purchase this book.

Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 4
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Tropes: Coming Out / Closeted, Everyone is Queer, Fated Mates / Soul Mates, Passing as Straight, Rescue, True Love
Word Count: 22150
Setting: USA, Midwest, University
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters

After driving more than a little too fast to the small rural town where Garrett’s family lived, I found myself ringing the doorbell and pounding on their front door.  After multiple rounds of slamming on the door with the meat of my fist to generate as much noise as possible, the door finally opened.

As I suddenly faced Garrett’s dad for the first time, he said, “You stop fag-got!”

“Where’s Garrett?”

“You go!”

“Where is Garrett?”

“Little fag-got!  I kick out!  You go,” his dad said and started to close the door.

Where would he go?  It’s too far for him to walk to my house?

I stepped up and blocked the closure of the door with my shoe and asked, “Where did he go?”


“Not know.  No matter, fag-got gone,” and he tried unsuccessfully again to close the door.

“What was he wearing?  What color jacket did he have on?”

“No jacket.  Clothes mine.  I buy,” he said.

“You kicked him out with no coat?”

“Clothes mine.  Let fag-got keep bottom short,” and he laughed with self satisfaction.

“You mean underwear?” I yelled.

He had this sickening look of pride on his face as he just continued to laugh at me.

“You mean you threw him out in this cold weather wearing only underwear?”


“Where did he go?”

“Not know.  You go now…”

I got to get something with which to track him.

I started to push past Garrett’s dad intending to go to Garrett’s room and get a piece of his clothing, but his dad blocked my way.

Reviews:Rainbow Reviewss on wrote:

In this part of the series, Ty finds his parent already knowing about his homosexuality and he appreciates their reaction. He values the way they deal with it as he could see how bad some parents can get when their child comes out to them. As for the sex scenes, I feel they are more passionate and amazing in this story. A reason for that could be because now I am so attached to these characters and care for them a lot. Another reason could be because I can feel that these boys’ love story is getting stronger and growing like a beautiful tree. Ty Debauchee has created a wonderful balance between love and lust in these sex scenes. They are hot, arousing, passionate, and full of love and tenderness. Having such a balance is not an easy feat to achieve.

About the Author

I have long been a reader of the gay erotic romance genre.  During that time, I only rarely found books with just the right mix of plot, sex, and love.  Consequently, I started tinkering with writing my own novellas in this genre.  With the encouragement of friends and readers like you, I endeavor to share my books.

Using tiny snippets from the fantasies of my life, I began building full stories of the life I wish I had experienced along the way.  When I write my progressive series, I am drawn to the challenges of growing up gay in a small midwestern town where being different was not commonly applauded.  The trials and tribulations of seeking out a sustainable loving relationship seem to perpetually foster the rewarding challenge of creating my characters and their escapades.