Dane and Bruce

This snippet is from The Ancient, in which Bruce’s friend Dane gets to finally “meet” Jeffrey–

Dane was outside the office after lunch, stealing a clandestine smoke.  He had just taken a few drags and discarded the butt when a black Jeep pulled up to the curb. He grinned, noticing Bruce was in the passenger seat next to a red haired, handsome guy wearing wire framed glasses and a huge grin. He kept watching as the driver leaned over and gave Bruce a long kiss, which Bruce returned with great enthusiasm.

“Well, that gives a whole new meaning to the phrase ’sucking face’,” Dane said, grinning.  Bruce then touched his cheek before getting out.  He waved as the Jeep pulled away, then he turned around, seeing Dane.

“That’s Jeffrey,” he said, entirely unnecessarily, gesturing back to the street. He gave Dane his own sweet smile.

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10 thoughts on “Dane and Bruce

  1. Nice descriptions and love the interplay between them.


    1. Thanks 🙂 for the lovely complement–There’s a lot of give and take there–BFF’s 🙂


  2. Why thank you 🙂 Glad you liked it ❤


  3. Those two guys are obviously smitten with each other.


  4. Ah yes–they always have been, since college–except for that five year period when they lost track of each other. They’re both determined never to let that happen again–unless Alasdair interferes.


  5. So is Bruce avoiding to make the introduction for a reason? It sounds a bit fishy.


  6. Well–Bruce and Jeffrey finally reconnected after a long time apart, and Bruce was married in the interim, thinking he’d never see Jeffrey again. His wife had her own reasons for starting a huge fight with Bruce, and they agreed to spend time apart. No fish involved here–Dane just never had the opportunity to meet Jeffrey before, but he knew of him in Bruce’s past.


  7. Someone’s in love. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 Great scene. 🙂


    1. Thanks you ❤ Bruce had given up hope that he would ever see Jeffrey again, but–things have a way of working out the way they're supposed to–even when an ancient vampire is thrown into the mix 🙂


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