While James has time to spare, having finished school, Max still has a month to go. This means James has had time to think and starts to get concerned about what has happened between them. At sixteen, James can legally consent to sex, but Max is only fifteen and cannot.
Owen and the boys all go down to breakfast naked. In the breakfast room, they encounter a young couple having sex. James is surprised and aroused. Owen allows Max and James to remain in their room as he and Finn look at a house that has recently come on the market. Max and James enjoy the private moment of intimacy.
Well, it seems that Max and Min are controlling my life. I am writing about the boys’ life in Cockaigne, and the story keeps rolling around my head.
I woke up at 5:30 this morning with Max and Min. I couldn’t put their story aside, so I had to get up and start writing. I’m at a particularly moving part of the story. Max is having some difficulties at school, and I needed to continue to write about it to help him get through it. As you can guess, Finn has no problem adjusting to life in Cockaigne, but Max is more reserved and is struggling. Perhaps it’s time for Max to stick up for himself.
There is some fun and some pain to come for the brothers. I can’t wait for you to read about their continuing adventures and reading your comments. Cockaigne is a place where anything can happen, and you can be free to be who you want. I love it.
When I started writing queer stories, it was about sex. I wanted to write erotica. I still do. But as I have grown older, I want to write about what it’s like to be queer and the pleasures and adversity that come with it. Max feels that adversity, and I feel his pain as much as I feel Finn’s pleasure when I write about his life.
Tomorrow will see a new chapter of “Conversations with my Brother” as the boys return from Cockaigne.
Finn’s scheming means Owen takes James and the brothers on a weekend trip to Cockaigne. In preparation for the move, James is taken to get his visitor’s permit. Max and Finn help him through the process and, afterwards, spend the day exploring the town. That night, Max and James are alone in the room at the B&B.
Finn is still concerned about Rick. He is avoiding all conversation about Cockaigne. Max talks to his brother, he explains how tough it will be for Rick to have his best friend move away. Max talks about his relationship with James, his feelings and how it is not all about sex. It is then he discovers that there are three times of love.
The family has returned from visiting Cockaigne, but this isn’t the end. We will shortly move on to the third part of the series, narrated by Max.
This will be the series’s final part and concentrate on the relationship between Max and James. There will be a few surprises for the lovers and more intimacy between the brothers.
I will start posting early next week. There are some chapters that I’m particularly proud of, and I hope you enjoy the final part of the series.
Finn is exhausted and goes to bed before Max has come home. But he doesn’t quite manage to fall asleep and is still awake when Max comes to bed. Max has spent the rest of the day with James discussing the potential move to Cockaigne. Max tells Finn how he felt when he talked to James. Could he have changed his mind?