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Location: Wichita, KS
Father Figure, by Shannon Pearce, Beau to Beau books
Lucas got his way, just like he always did. Luke was Janice’s baby brother, and being married to Janice, Jerry just had to accept the fact that Luke was part of a package deal. Jerry didn’t know that the kid thought of him as a big brother, or father figure, and wasn’t thrilled to be either. He wouldn’t have minded being either, except for one slight problem. Jerry was turned on by the kid. Jerry’s wife had known of Jerry’s bisexuality, but Jerry hadn’t been with a man since they had married. When Jerry and Lucas are alone on Saturdays while Janice is working, Luke tells Jerry quite a bit more about himself than Jerry wants to know.
Lucas had been begging Jerry and Janice to let him stay with them since they had married and moved to the big city. Luke had never been to Los Angeles, and had never been out of the Midwest, until Jerry had married his big sister. Jerry had met Janice when they were both in college in L.A.
To Jerry, Lucas was a bit of a nuisance, and a dreamer. He had a dream of being a rock star, the best the world had ever known, and had thought that just by showing up in L.A., everyone would fall at his feet. He was the typical little brother, always wanting to tag along with them when they were dating, and even now after he and Janice were married. But Janice, being the older sister, had always taken Lucas in stride, had babied him, and had doted on him since the day he was born. Jerry and Janice were both twenty-five, but Lucas was only nineteen, and to Jerry, that was a child. Janice fed Luke’s ego way too much in Jerry’s opinion. “You know he’s not going to be a star, Janice. Why do you fill his head with these pie-in-the-sky notions?” Janice would look at her husband with her bedroom eyes, and say, “Honey, he might make it. Anyway, he’s just a kid.” Jerry thought that at age nineteen Lucas should at least start being independent. But Jerry went along with it, thinking how nice it would be to have the easy life of Luke.
Janice gave in to Lucas yet again when he had wanted to stay with them for awhile, had given in to him like she always had given in to her little brother, and so Lucas had come to Los Angeles, just like he had wanted to do.
After Luke had been with Jerry and Janice for a few days, and after they had heard all his latest music, Jerry and Lucas had gotten the chance to talk over dinner and stuff, and Jerry realized that Lucas wasn’t such a bad kid, just hadn’t had the chance to be on his own yet and become his own person instead of trying to imitate some movie star or rock star, or whoever was his latest idol.
Jerry and Lucas started becoming friends after awhile, and Jerry thought that maybe Lucas wanted him to be a kind of older brother to him or maybe even a father figure, he wasn’t sure which. Their father hadn’t been around a lot when they were young. He was always on the road on business, and maybe that was a part of Luke that was missing.
Jerry wasn't sure he was comfortable with either of those two roles, big brother or father figure, because he was getting a little turned on just being around the kid.
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