Spanish Seductions: Raphael

Excessica Publishing

 Raul’s escape from Alonso’s tyranny in Madrid takes him to the port city of Cadiz where, in the maze of narrow sixteenth century alleyways he searches for Stefano, an attractive manservant with whom Raul had a brief sexual encounter before the youth was banished from the hacienda for a purported affront to Alonso. Raul hopes to rekindle the curtailed affair with Stefano.
In a seedy tavern near the warehouse district, Raul encounters the roguish Raphael, a prostitute and purveyor of younger men to wealthy older men. After a steamy session in Raul’s chambers, Raphael confesses he knows Stefano’s whereabouts and leads Raul to the town home of the banker for whom Stefano serves as general factotum and paramour.

Rebuffed by Stefano, Raul bemoans his fate until Jorge appears at the warehouse where Raul is employed. Alonso’s wife who learned of her husband’s dalliances with the attractive lad has banned Jorge from Madrid. How this unwelcome development plays out leads to the conclusion of the second of five stories in the Spanish Seductions series.
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Apr 4, 2014
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