By Joshua Skye
Published by JMS Books LLC
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Published: June 12, 2012
Words: 5,723 (approximate)
A lonely convenience clerk impulsively agrees to go out with a handsome young party boy to a rave at the famous Old Red courthouse. It becomes a night of trepidation, excitement, adventure, and sex. It’s a night he will never, ever forget!
A melancholy single dad struggling to raise his son while slaving through the night shift in a Dallas convenience store becomes infatuated with a repeat group of customers. Dressed outlandishly, they buy water and novelty candy to take with them to underground parties. It's an aspect of life the forlorn clerk has never experienced, and he finds himself genuinely jealous of the partiers.
Late one night, one of the revelers asks the clerk to go out with them to a party at the famous Old Red courthouse. When he agrees, it becomes a night of trepidation, excitement, adventure, and sex. It’s a night he will never, ever forget!
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