A section from my BL novel "Pnoenix&Jackal".
“Not what?” Amun-Khet interrupted. “Stop acting high and mighty Prince Louhan. Something happened when the two of us locked eyes. I can’t stop thinking about you and I know you feel the same. That’s why you try not to look at me. That’s why you looked down in shame when you realized you were looking at my body when the lights hit me. I can’t understand it but something seems to be pulling us together. Be it fate or the gods or some spirits cruel intervention. Are we not but mortals? Who are we to fight the whims of fate?”
“I know you not” Louhan protested.
“And I know you not. It is the perfect affair is it not? Two souls brought together for a short time, likely to never see each other again once your task here is done. Why not give in? You seem like the kind of person who never gives in to selfish desires. This could be good for you.”
“You would lay with a man?”
“I would lay with you” Amun-Khet said quickly. Louhan was shocked at such a confident and to the point response. “I live by passion Prince Louhan” he said moving closer to the jade eyed man, “You should try it.”
“Do not come any closer to me” Louhan said, throwing a hand forward in warning.
“Or what? If you want to stop me, then stop me. I will not stop of my own choosing. I cannot. Not while my heart desires you as it does. I am lost now to this feeling. I will not give up until I have you so you might as well run me through with your sword.”
With lightning speed, Louhan unsheathed the blade hanging from his hip and held the tip mere centimeter’s from Amun-Khet’s chest. In a flash, both men were tossed into a vision of the dreams that had been plaguing both of them for the past three months. Amun-Khet stood facing a flaming bird poised to attack with it’s long thin beak. Its jade eyes flashed in the billowing flames all around them. Louhan was standing facing a tall Jackal which stood with its teeth bared, growling lowly. The beasts amber eyes reflected the flames around them making its eyes look like pools of golden magma swirling and tossing.
Unlike the dreams of before, this time neither Prince was filled with fear of the creature before them. Now they were filled with a sense of knowing. They knew the creatures and knew them well. The threat of danger and the unknown was now mixed with desire and passion. They wanted to dive deeply into the unknown that danced within the eyes of the firebird and jackal.
Amun-Khet threw himself forward, reaching deep into the flaming body of the creature before him. His hands found Louhan through the vision. One hand wrapped the Prince’s waist and the other scooped round his neck and pulled him forward. Their lips crashed together in a violent kiss. Louhan was ripped from his vision as the jackal swallowed him whole and he was back within the crystal pyramid cradled in the arms of the Jackal Prince, trapped by his lips. His whole body was tense as he realized what was happening. Then Amun-Khet pulled him by the waist until their hips pressed tightly together. Louhan went limp in Amun-Khet’s strong embrace and his lips parted absentmindedly. Amun-Khet took his chance and pressed deeper into the kiss, cradling Louhan’s soft upper lip between his own. Louhan let loose a high whimper and grasped Amun-Khet’s arm as his other hand gripped for his face with unsure movements. Eventually their lips parted for a breath and Louhan lowered his chin in retreat.
“I ca…we can’t…” he said in breathless protest.
“Yes we can. You can. Please don’t ask me to stop” Amun-Khet said as he began kissing Louhan’s jaw and down to his neck. More sounds of pleasure escaped Louhan’s lungs as his vision blurred in dizzied pleasure.
“I don’t understand”
“I do” Amun-Khet said kissing Louhan’s chin. He rested his lips there for a moment, then he tilted Louhan’s head so their eyes were perfectly even. “I have desired you since my very first breath of life. Now I finally have a face and name to put to the desire.”
Louhan’s eyes softened and began to tear as the Jackal Prince’s words struck a deep resounding chord within him. Amun-Khet’s eyes then went wild and his mouth twisted into a truly wicked grin.
“This is your last chance to tell me no” he said with a growl. “I will not stop after this moment. Your body and soul will be mine.”
“We can be seen here” Louhan said, grasping for some kind of protest.
“Actually this pyramid is built so that you cannot see within it. The servants and guards know that when those curtains are drawn, to not come within. It is only you and I. Last chance little prince. Give in to me, or tell me no.”
Louhan looked deep into Amun-Khet’s eyes and held his breath. The Jackal Prince moved his head from side to side in slow sensual sweeps, like a wild animal waiting to attack its prey. I have lost my mind, Louhan thought to himself. What would his father say right now? What would be said of him if this were ever discovered? Did he truly care what his father thought? His father hadn’t thus far in his sons life. Still, he was a Prince and had standards and rules to follow. Say no, he told himself. Say no. Say no.
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