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The Doctor's Patience
by Stormy Glenn   

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Gay/Lesbian/Bi

Publisher:  Siren Publishing Type: 

Copyright:  2009
Fiction

Siren Publishing
Stormy Glenn

Lover's of Alpha Squad #2

Doc has always known Sam was straight. However, when a brief sexual encounter with Sam leads him to believe that Sam might be interested in more than a doctor-patient relationship, Doc decides to pursue Sam, only to learn that Sam is marriedÖto a woman! Where does that leave him?

Excerpt
"Hey Doc, you got a minute?" Doc nearly jumped out of his skin when the object of his thoughts, and many late night fantasies, walked into his office.

"Sure, Sam, what can I do for you?" He asked hoping his voice sounded normal. His heart rate sure wasnít. If he werenít a doctor he would swear he was having a heart attack.

"I cut myself and I was hoping you could take a look at it." Sam held out his hand, which was wrapped in a kitchen towel. Doc stood up and unwrapped Samís hand. The cut was small but deep.

"Come on, thatís gonna need a couple of stitches."

Sam followed Doc into the exam room and sat down on the exam table. He watched Doc gather supplies from several cabinets and place them on a small silver tray. He liked watching the smaller man move around the room. He always seemed so efficient at what he did. Sam had always been impressed by how intelligent Doc was. He was great to talk to and never made Sam feel like he was an idiot, unlike his father who was a prominent Boston businessman.

Sam was a little unnerved by the sensation he felt when Doc held his hand still to further exam his cut. The feel of Docís fingers on his skin sent a small tingle right to his groin. He had been having these strange sensations for awhile now and didnít know what to do about it. He had never seen Doc date anyone, male or female. Hell, he didnít even know which way Doc went.

He had never been attracted to men. He had never even considered sex with a man. He had always been with women and since sex with women had never been that mind-blowing, he hadnít done it that often, just when he needed to relieve some tension.

But the sensations he got when Doc touched him were different than anything he had ever felt. Just thinking about Doc made him hard as a rock. Which wasnít a good thing considering Doc was leaning right over the tent in his pants. Sam hoped to hell that Doc didnít notice.

Doc cleaned Samís cut, put in a couple of stitches and then wrapped it. It was all he could do not to lean over and bury his face in Samís neck. The scent of Samís skin was intoxicating. Doc had never smelled anything like it in his life, all male, with a soft hint of musk. Doc could smell him all day long.

However, it certainly would not be professional to attack his patient, his very straight patient. Besides, with Sam standing a good six inches taller than his five foot eleven frame, and probably one hundred pounds heavier, Sam could wipe the floor with him.

As kinky as it seemed, the thought of Sam wrestling him down onto the floor made Docís cock jump up and beg. Doc nearly groaned. He had always been attracted to big tall strong men and Sam had a massive self-confident presence that just screamed to Doc. Not that he considered himself a sub or anything. He always liked to be on equal footing in a relationship. But there was just something about the bigger man that made Doc feel safe and protected.

"So, Doc," Sam began hesitantly, "Do you date?

Doc nearly dropped the wad of gauze he had in his hands at Samís question. His eyes flew to Samís before lowering quickly back down to the hand he was working on.

"Yeah," he said, clearly surprised that he had asked. Why in the hell would Sam be interested in whether or not he dated? UnlessÖ

"Why?" He asked, unable to contain a small kernel of hope growing in his heart.

"I just wondered. Iíve never seen you go out before."

Doc held his breath waiting for Sam to continue but after a few moments of silence he finished wrapping Samís hand and stepped back. "Okay, that should do it. Keep it dry for the next couple of days. Iíll take out the stitches next week. And remember to keep it clean."

Sam watched Doc clean up the medical stuff, his movements stiff and awkward. Had he offended the Doc by asking? He hoped not. He liked Doc and thought of him as a friend. And you could never have to many friends.

"Hey, Doc?" Sam said as he stood up from the exam table. "I hope I didnít offend you or anything. I was just curious."

As casually as he could manage, he said, "You didnít. I do date on occasion but latelyÖ"

"Lately?" Sam asked when Doc didnít continue.

Stains of scarlet appeared on Docís cheeks as he finished speaking. "Iíve kind of gotten interested in someone lately and donít want to mess it up by dating someone else."

"Youíre interested in someone?" Sam asked, clearly astonished, his feelings towards Doc becoming confused when he realized that he was upset that Doc might be interested in someone. "Anyone I know?" he asked sharply.

Doc was startled at the hostility in Samís voice. "Why do you want to know? Why would you care?"

"I donít!" The force of Samís seething reply took him off guard. Sam was clearly angry but for the life of him Doc couldnít figure out why. Did Sam think that he was interested in someone he himself wanted?

"SamÖ" Doc began.

"I donít care who the hell you fuck." Samís voice was quiet, yet held an undertone of cold contempt.

Doc stood there in shock at Samís outburst as he watched him storm from the room, slamming the door behind him. Well, that went well.


Professional Reviews

3.5 STARS - Rainbow Reviews
This is book two in a series. I havenít read the first book. But as it contains bisexual elements, I wouldn't want to. However, the author does a good job on catching the reader up on things, so I didnít feel too lost.

Poor Doc aka Daniel. His reasons for loving Sam were true, his feelings genuine, but alas fate steps in to mess things up. The reason why Sam canít marry him is rather contrived and stretches ones ability to suspend disbelief, but I chose to focus on both menís pain at their situation, and that was all too vividly portrayed.

The concept of limited third person (one scene, one point of view) was not adopted here, which is a great pity. Also I feel the author was let down by insufficient editing. Having said this, the story was still great fun. Masculine macho men going after what they want, loving and protecting what they see as belonging to them will always get my vote. I look forward to reading the next gay story in this series. -- Review by British Bull Dog



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