I Feel You
Ron felt left out, unattractive because he was overweight. After watch his mother waste away, Travis was attracted to the heavier man and wanted to build a future. Ron's experiences have him doubting Travis. But he wants to try. More
Ron’s life isn’t all that bad, well except his housemate is an inconsiderate jerk. The love of his life dumped him six months ago, and if that isn’t bad enough, he’s overweight. Of course, he’s much bigger in his mind than in reality, but that doesn’t stop him from going to extra measures to camouflage the extra pounds. He lusts after fine muscular men he sees around town, never expecting they’d give a plain man like him the time of day.
All Travis wanted was a man who was healthy. After dealing with a dying relative the past few years, the last thing he’d look at was someone slim or bony. He craved a squeezable, pinchable, healthy man with some cushion to handle his large frame. Seeing Ron all starched and pressed released a craven desire to make the polished man fly apart, in his arms.
Ron can’t believe someone like Travis is interested in him, but is more than willing to jumpstart his boring life down a new path. And why is it that once he and Travis start dating, men start coming out of the woodwork? Can two men so different find love?