With the fighting over, Hunter and Theo are back in England and are beginning to figure out what life they will have together.
Jake’s friend, Marcus, comes to visit from university and is told how Shane prooved he’s more into guys than girls. The fun continues as Marcus describes his escapades before their dirty pants come out and some sniffing begins.
Wimbledon Fortnight is now upon us and Jolyon Lewes has spoilled us with a tennis-themed short story. David is recruited to be the ball-boy captain. He’s a few years older than the other young lads and turns up late on the first day. The other boys watch as he is splayed over the lawn roller and tawsed by the coach. The training for the major tournament goes well, their uniform very brief, their shorts very short. Read it and enjoy.
Theo, Hunter and the villages are now fully prepared and wait for the German advance. The battle goes well but not without some fatalities.
Shane realises how much he likes the idea of sex with other guys but after playing around with Jake and Uncle Rob, he becomes worried about the practicalities of it…
Rule 7: Persistent erections must be reported to matron. Boys must not use persistent erections as an excuse to masturbate excessively.
Preparations for D-Day are continuing, the villages are getting ready. Hunter and Theo prepare them for the days ahead.
When Dave rents a room from a gay couple to save money on a hotel, he gets a surprise in the morning after he knocks on their bedroom door…
Rule 6: Boys must only masturbate themselves. Any boys caught masturbating each other, whether in pairs or groups, will be severely punished and their parents informed.
The morning after Shane got wierded out when Jake came on too strong he didn’t get the reaction he expected. Jake basically told him they were a sexually free household and he’ll either have to get used to it or get out. Shane tries but finds it difficult… until he shares a special moment with Jake’s dad, Rob.