By Shayla Kersten
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Dan’s accident brought out feelings Rich was afraid to admit. And those feelings were making him careless. He could still feel Dan’s skin against his lips. What possessed him to kiss Dan’s hand was beyond him. Thankfully Dan had been too out of it to realize what Rich had done. But there were other people… The hospital hadn’t gotten Dan a room until late yesterday morning. Rich had been holding Dan’s hand, had kissed it, with no more privacy than a couple of curtains pulled around the bed. The accident flashed though his mind again.
The idea sent a jolt of desire through his groin. Time to change the subject. As if the physical pain weren’t enough, Sharon had to make his heart hurt worse. The thought he might not be able to go back to his job never occurred to him. He could live with just about anything but not that. Tears stung his eyes. The sensation brought back the feeling of Rich’s arms around him. His entire body flushed as he remembered Rich’s lips so close to his. Dan had almost leaned in and kissed him. In spite of Rich’s assistance this afternoon, his friend would probably break his other hand if he had.
Rich insisted he take his pain meds before getting in the tub. Might not have been a good idea. Between the hot water and the pills, he was so sleepy. Leaning his head against the wall, his plastic-wrapped arm propped on the edge of the tub, Dan closed his eyes. Just for a minute. That’s all. * * * * * Rich sat on Dan’s bed listening to the sound of splashing water. He had to rethink his feelings for Dan. This was more than lust. Jealousy had spiked through him earlier at the mere thought of Sharon helping Dan.