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Dungeon Master
Summer of Adventures #1
Alex Silver
This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either
are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any
resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is entirely
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Copyright © 2021 by Alex Silver
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Slinging coffee is never boring. When a new customer catches my eye, I
do what comes natural and flirt with him. To my delight, Martin flirts back.
He soon becomes the perfect distraction from my gaming group pressuring
me into DMing our next D&D campaign.
Then I overhear Martin designing his dream dungeon, and I just know
he’s everything I’m looking for in a man. What could be better than a hot
summer fling with my very own personal DM? There’s just one problem, I
should maybe have checked which type of Dungeon Master Martin meant
when I asked him to take me on an adventure.
Dungeon Master is a kinky M/M romance with some BDSM elements
including: sounding, impact play, and roleplay. It’s a spinoff from Table
Topped, but it stands alone.
Tags: Low angst, fluff, Bob wants a protector, Bob can rescue himself, flirty barista, meeting at
the coffee shop, What type of dungeon master are you? Going on an adventure, Martin is full of
Chapter 1
always meet the most interesting people at Sin and Chocolate, the bakery
and coffee shop where I work. Slinging coffee and pastries might not be
what I dreamed of doing as a child, but I enjoy it nonetheless. Once I make
my way into management, I might even be able to start saving for a bigger
place than my current crappy studio apartment.
For now, the tips are booming, and I’m on track to train as a supervisor at
the end of the summer when my current supervisor plans on moving. Food
service is a good fit for me. I enjoy being surrounded by people in most
situations. When they aren’t over-the-top cantankerous, anyway.
One of my favorite things about working at Sin and Chocolate is that
we’re an LGBT+ friendly establishment in a progressive city. Vancouver is
a gorgeous place to live and I’m into the laid-back vibe here. Several of my
coworkers are queer, like me.
Pascal, who bakes most of our in-house pastry offerings, met his
boyfriend through answering an ad looking for a roommate on the shop’s
bulletin board. Most of their friends are regulars, so I’ve overheard way too
much about their love lives. Which is nice, in the sense that I work in a
place where the patrons are comfortable claiming their sexuality openly.
And it makes me less self-conscious about ogling the handsome Black
man who started using the cafe tables as his personal office this week. His
name is Martin. He came in on Monday, seeming out of sorts. He ordered a
drip coffee with room for cream and asked if I minded him occupying a
table for a while.
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