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Where's Santa by Clare London

Mmm, I'm starting to suspect that Clare London has a kink for the closets... or maybe it's a metaphor? Anyway this is the third short story I read by her in which she amuses the reader hiding two handsome and very horny males in a dark room, with the obviously consequences, while the rest of the world continues its course outside.

In this case, to respect the Christmas time, it's a storeroom of a department store, and the two guys are the fake Santa Claus and a salesman. Danny, the salesman, is a shy guy with a very poor social life, and so when he sees the new Santa Claus, Chris, he knows what he would be glad to ask him for Christmas. Chris instead is a drama student who wants to gain some money during Christmas season, but he is not really the kiddy type, and so he hides in the storeroom at the first chance he has. And when Danny enters the storeroom to search for supply, Chris "kidnaps" him! It seems that Danny will unwrap his Christmas present before the time...

Both Danny than Chris are nice and very young characters, barely twenty, and even if Danny tries to be the diligent one, Chris is a too much of temptation for him; and so their age is enough of a reason for the reader to excuse them when they play hooky and decide to have a private party.

The story is really short, 35 pages, and it's only a scene, but it's pure fun. I don't know, probably outside that storeroom, Danny and Chris will be a mismatch, Chris seems to be not really the steady boyfriend type, but maybe instead, the situation, a dark room and a feeling of freedom, allow both of them to behave as normally they don't and to reach forward for what they really want for Christmas and forever.


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( 2 comments — Leave a comment )
Dec. 10th, 2008 09:25 am (UTC)
Do you think I'm developing some kind of fetish?!!! I think you may be right! LMAO

I'm so glad you enjoyed it, and - as usual! - you sum things up beautifully, as if you'd written it beside me. It was to be, I hoped, 'pure fun'.

Dec. 10th, 2008 09:36 am (UTC)
> Do you think I'm developing some kind of fetish?!!!

There are all the signs... or maybe it's the thrill of sex when there is the chance to be discovered! Elisa
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