Raven sees Darce and he decides that he likes Darce and that he wants him; the fact that Darce would prefer to be left alone is not important for Raven: Raven only agrees to do things when they are what he likes, otherwise it's like nothing was said. And so he drags Darce in a relationship where Raven is the classical top from the bottom, even when Darce is trying to "punish" him, it's Raven that directs the scene.
Almost all the 51 pages of the book are devoted to describe Darce and Raven's relationship, how Darce can't help to fall for the young man. All in all Darce is not a bad guy, he is like a teddy bear, all strenght outside and tender heart inside; probably he is not enough clever to outcome Raven, the boy is too smart for his own good, but truth be told, Darce doesn't try: even if he wouldn't say, probably he likes Raven as he is, and he needs to be shaken from his torpor.
Enjoyable short story for a nice break.