Merchant Of Venice Beach

This is a scene from my modern day  m/m version of Shakespeare, in which Porsche and Bartholomew have finally–gotten together 🙂

 

“God, you’re good at that,” he told him as he shivered, and he couldn’t help the little boogie his muscles put into his very interested cock. Porsche jumped a little when it hit the side of his ear, leaving a small drop of precum on the skin.

“Oh, look, Mr. Happy’s dancing,” Bartholomew grinned. That was all it took, and they both dissolved into gales of laughter, hugging each other.

“Oh–my God-,” Porsche gasped, drying his eyes with the corner of the fine cotton sheet. “I never laughed during sex before.”

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24 thoughts on “Merchant Of Venice Beach

  1. Hot and funny 🙂

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  2. Thanks 🙂 I tried to inject a little humor into it–

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  3. Mr. Happy’s dancing…LOL! 😀

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  4. There’s a picture of that in your head, isn’t there? 🙂 (wink)

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    1. Thank you 🙂 It was a lot of fun to craft this for modern day–the hardest part was eliminating some of the lesser characters–oh, and giving it a happy ending 🙂 That’s why I waited to do Hamlet 🙂 No way that could have been HEA 🙂

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  5. I love characters who laugh during sex. 🙂

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    1. So do I 🙂 I’m glad you liked it 🙂 It’s in an anthology (summer’s Day) but I hope to publish it on its own soon.

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    1. I’m glad 🙂 I could imagine this really happening 🙂

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    1. Ah, then my work was successful 🙂 Glad you liked it ❤

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  6. Hahaha! I love a little playfulness in a sex scene.

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  7. Fun scene. I love the laughter.

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  8. Thank you 🙂 I thought “injecting” a bit of laughter in there would help 🙂

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  9. Laughing during sex. Nice to see a scene where it’s not all serious emotions. Very realistic.

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    1. Thank you 🙂 O agree, that’s what I was aiming for — glad you enjoyed it.

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  10. Very sweet. I love the idea of bringing Shakespeare into the twenty first century 😀

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  11. Thanks 🙂 I’m glad you liked it–it’s interesting and fun to adapt these–I’m doing Hamlet next 🙂

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  12. Too few people have a good laugh while making love… I liked this.

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    1. Why thank you–glad you liked it. It is true that we don’t laugh enough, especially during sex 🙂

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  13. It’s a perfect time for laughter because sex is really a bit ridiculous.

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    1. It is, rather, isn’t it? Forget those mirrors,eh?

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