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Officer Cain - Part Four: Officer in Love D.J. Heart

Officer Cain - Part Four: Officer in Love

D.J. Heart

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Ethans mom is moving to Florida, leaving him with the task of finding his own place for when he starts community college. Cain, his muscular, alpha male boyfriend, wants Ethan to come live with him...(This 14,000 word story is part four of a fourMoreEthans mom is moving to Florida, leaving him with the task of finding his own place for when he starts community college. Cain, his muscular, alpha male boyfriend, wants Ethan to come live with him...(This 14,000 word story is part four of a four part serial. All characters are eighteen years or older.)***“I’m too lazy,” Cain smiled, serving himself. He popped open his can of beer, taking a long sip. I knew better than to ask for my own. Cain would sometimes let me have beer, but only when he offered. “How was your day? Find any new apartments to look at?”I frowned, reminded of his declaration that we would talk at dinner. “No, I didn’t really look.”Cain nodded, taking a bite of food and chewing thoughtfully. “Do you think it’s too fast, moving in with me now, or are you worried about something else?”I stalled, taking a drink of my water as I thought over how to answer his question. Cain’s handsome face was serious, his eyes searching and sincere. “It’s just… What if we move in together and it doesn’t work? I don’t want to ruin things.” I looked at him, his expression thoughtful.“What if it does work, though? Wouldn’t it be worth it?” Cain put down his knife and fork, placing his elbows on the table and leaning forward. “What is it you’re worried about, Ethan? Do you think we won’t get along? That we’ll annoy each other? Talk to me, babe.”“I just… I like what we do together, but I don’t know if I want to do it all the time. You know?”I cringed inwardly, not sure how to tell him that I thought living with him might be too intense. But rather than be upset, Cain laughed. I looked up sharply, Cain leaning back in his chair with a smirk on his face.“I’m not asking you to be my houseboy or full time submissive, Ethan. Is that what you’re worried about?”The way he said it, the way he laughed, made me feel silly. But then I gave myself a mental shake. It was a valid concern. Cain was in the habit of barging in guns blazing, and he often treated my limits like industrial strength elastic bands. I was right to be worried that things could get out of hand.“I guess. I’m worried that you’ll be pushy, like you are, and get me to agree to a bunch of little things and suddenly be in over my head.”Cain had stopped smiling, though he didn’t look mad.“If you feel that there’s an aspect of our relationship that you aren’t happy with, or with our dynamic, you can tell me and we’ll work it out. Whether we move in together or not, OK?”