"Absence makes the heart grow fonder."
Welcome to the Scintillating Sunday blog hop where multiple romance author share 1 to 8 paragraphs only of one of their novels.
The Beating Hearts
is a scintillating excerpt from A Harem Boy's Saga - Book III - DEBAUCHERY; a memoir by Young
Video trailer for DEBAUCHERY: http://bit.ly/1NUcelM
It was close to midnight when my BOAC flight from Kuala Lumpur finally touched down at Heathrow. True to his word, Andy had arrived in London earlier that day from Germany to meet me. He had spent the summer with his siblings, Aria and Ari. His mother came to spend time with her children without her husband. The stubborn Herr Finckenstein had made a vow to not to see or accept his gay son unless Andy apologized to the old man and promised to change his homosexual lifestyle. Only then would he accept Andy back into the fold. Of course, this was out of the question for my lover. He had no intention of living a lie, nor was he the type who would give in to please his father for the sake of keeping peace.
Although Uncle James was away on business, he had kindly agreed to let Andy and me stay at his Mayfair home for a day before his return. After all, we were in the city for 3 days before departing on the Simorgh to Monaco. Oscar would be meeting us in Cannes; he had to finalize his enrollment at The University of Vienna before accompanying us on our cruise around the Greek islands.
My beloved was waiting for me at the airport arrival lounge. I flew into his arms as soon I saw my Valet’s handsome face. I couldn't wait to catch up on Andy's news, and neither could he resist embracing me. Lifting my face to his, he kissed me lovingly in front of the waiting crowd. Our eight weeks’ absence had made our hearts grow fonder. Our souls were once again connected, and we did not care what people thought of our intimacy. We were utterly overjoyed to be together. As if he was afraid I would disappear, he wrapped his arms around my shoulders as we walked towards the waiting the Rolls Royce, which Uncle James had so kindly arranged to collect us. As Jeffrey (the chauffeur) was loading my luggage into the booth, Andy ushered me into the back seat and we began French kissing. He, like me, had been celibate for the past 8 weeks.
With the push of a button, the tinted windows and soundproof glass separating the driver and backseat passengers began to roll up. We were sealed in our private world. Andy's urgent kisses were too exhilarating to stop. In the heat of our passion, my lover reached his hands into my sweatshirt and fondled my sensitive nipples. I could feel my guardian's hardness straining against his jeans, waiting for release from its denim confines. I reached down to stroke his bulging crotch, teasing his urgency. I wanted our sensuality to last and to prolong our foreplay like we often did when we were practicing tantric sensuality. His delicious tongue began exploring my yearning oral orifice, jabbing desirously into my willing fissure, pleasuring me as much as I was gratifying him.
I unzipped his jeans as I continued to caress his bobbing organ beneath his dampening brief. Reaching in, I held onto my prized possession, squeezing its leaking tumescence onto my thumb before feeding us his viscidness. His intoxicating masculinity mixed with his deliciousness sent me yearning for more. Tearing our tops off, Andy lay atop, planting sweet kisses on my neck and nipples before devouring my ears voraciously with his lapping tongue. I squirmed uncontrollably beneath my aggressor. I was ready to receive him. I pushed his pants down to his ankles while he tore at mine. I pressed my eagerness against his. Holding both organs in my hands, I stroked them with burning desire. My lover lifted himself above and fed me his bulbousness. His delirious manliness had me craving my fill. I wanted him, and he desired me...
From the back cover:
“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.”
Debauchery is the triquel to A Harem Boy’s Saga, a provocative story about a young man who was initiated into a clandestine sexual society through his UK boarding school. From there, he was spirited to the Middle East to attend the Bahriji (Oasis) School in The United Arab Emirates in preparation for Harem services for the wealthy elite.
It is also a love story between the young man, his ‘Big Brother,’ and his ‘Valet,’ who served as his chaperones and mentors.
This book follows the teenagers’ erotic and exotic adventures and experiences at their third Arabian Household Harem, the Quwah. There, they became confidants to a prince, assistants in an international dance club venture, “Carousel,” and apprentices and models in a controversial photography project, “Sacred Sex in Sacred Places.”
This story is an account of the author’s experiences. Through these truths, often demonized by contemporary societies that deem such behaviors inappropriate, the author hopes to dispel condemnation and negativity related to sexuality, love, and personal freedom.
A Harem Boy’s Saga is a series of seven volumes.
A Harem Boy's Saga - Book III - DEBAUCHERY; a memoir by Young
Amazon best selling GLBT memoir for 13 months running.
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Harem Boy’s Saga III: Debauchery by Young is an exotic, honest and incredibly frank retell of a young man’s journey into self awareness. From 1960s Malaysia, to England, Monaco, Greece and then Japan, Young morphs from wild child teen to thoughtful young adult by way of mentors, lovers and set pieces that are as much a part of the landscape as the characters themselves. This is not a work of fiction: it is the author’s life and he examines it with surgical precision. Young’s appreciation for history and philosophy is clear as he draws on examples from antiquity to reflect on love lost and regained and the impacts that accompany each experience. Reader’s questions are answered throughout the book by means of correspondence between the author and a behavioural scientist in 2012, lending additional commentary from the boy now well into the second half of his life. At 648 pages, Harem has it all: romance, separation, disappointments and tremendous joy. Young as triptych moves between worlds ancient and modern, pop and pedantic, cautionary and rewarding. Caveat to the reader: prepare to binge read.