Deep in the Act Translator: Kotoni Editor: Isalee Quality Check: Isalee First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter 43.1 (NSFW) Large hands kneaded slow, gentle circles into his scalp while a most attentive mouth suckled at his lips. His eyes, though closed, stung from the suds that had seeped under his lids by accident. He felt as if he were floating, and a sense of lightness spread through his entire being as their slippery bodies ground against each other. “This will do,” Zhang Zhun breathed. He pulled away slightly, pressing his lips into the barest hint of a smile. “There’s no need to be so thorough…” Chen Hsin turned on the shower. A steaming hot spray enveloped the two of them, and his tongue plunged into the depths of Zhang Zhun’s mouth almost at the same time. It swiped to the right, licking a long stripe across the soft palate, slipping behind Zhang Zhun’s teeth, and burrowed into the tender gap between his upper and lower gums. With a violent shudder, Zhang Zhun’s knees buckled. Chen Hsin wasted no time in flipping the older man around and hugging him from behind. Then, before Zhang Zhun could react, a hand reached between his thighs and wrapped itself around his hanging shaft. Using the techniques advertised by certain types of massage parlors, the hand began kneading along Zhang Zhun’s length, inch by inch. “What are...Read More
Deep in the Act Translator: Kotoni Editor: Isalee Quality Check: Isalee First Published on Chaleuria Warning: Contains descriptions of rape — Chapter 42.2 He walked out of the door, stepped into the elevator, and pressed the button for the floor he wanted without knowing how he did it. It was not until Gao Zhun stirred, blinking, that Fang Chi realized he had been staring at the man all this while like a devoted fool. “Don’t be afraid.” Lingering, unspoken feelings thrummed through Fang Chi’s poignant murmur. “We’re going to the hospital now.” The very next moment – he must be hallucinating, Fang Chi thought – a transformation came over Gao Zhun. With the barest shift of his brows and eyes, Gao Zhun blossomed with miraculous new life like a flower blooming from the barren surface of a rock, or a new-born sprout growing on the steely blades of shears. So tender and loving was he that he moved Fang Chi with the depths of affection in his gaze. “You really came…” Tears fell like pearls from the warm, alluring pools of his eyes. “Just like you promised…” Fang Chi lost his voice. His heart and lungs became filled with a fiery determination to defy the world around him, around them. It lasted for several minutes, growing and ballooning in Fang Chi’s chest as he tucked Gao Zhun into the front seat,...Read More
Deep in the Act Translator: Kotoni Editor: Isalee Quality Check: Isalee First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter 42.1 Torrential rain cascaded down the window panes. Twisting his body, Fang Chi struggled with great effort to unfasten the seat belt. Gao Zhun, crushed against his seat by the other man, hummed and moaned without rest. All was dark beyond the windows; the world outside was black as ink. Deafening thunder chased after the most blinding lightning, and a sudden white streak struck down from the sky. Gao Zhun’s mouth was wide open, allowing Fang Chi to lick over and over every inch of its moistened warmth. Spit trailed down Gao Zhun’s chin, and the wet sounds of suckling lips filled his ears. After worrying at Gao Zhun’s upper lip for a long while with his teeth and tongue, Fang Chi let go of the soft flesh at last. Panting heavily, he released the other man, straightened his own askew glasses, and propped himself up in an unnatural manner. It was as if he did not quite dare to look at the man below him. “Alright, go up now.” Glazed eyes fluttered open. Ravaged, swollen lips took on the crimson hue of blood. “No…” Murmuring, his voice hoarse with emotion, Gao Zhun pressed his forehead to Fang Chi’s chest. “Please, I beg you, take me back.” Fang Chi frowned in agitation. Perhaps feeling somewhat...Read More
Deep in the Act Translator: Kotoni Editor: Isalee Quality Check: Isalee First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter 41.2 The sorrowful agent arrived early, and surnamed Li, is a woman in her forties. She wears glasses and wears short hair, her clothes are not prominent, but her posture is very strict. When she entered the door, Zhang Zhun looked at the watch, but not yet. Five o’clock, it should be flying over Taiwan from night. After shaking her hand, she said nothing, sitting on the small sofa to answer the phone, about half an hour later, Xiao Deng and Yu Xin arrived. Zhang Zhun liked to rescue them and greeted them. Xiao Deng bought breakfast, but no one could eat it. He simply asked, like negotiation and confrontation, four people on one side, on the sofa and bed. Sit down. “Explosion is not a big deal in itself,” Ms. Li opened the door: “There is no real evidence, just a reason to cover it, but we can not swallow this same-sex scandal.” This is a bit blaming, like the elders reprimanded the child who was in trouble, and Deng Deng immediately received: “Predecessors, we are the same here.” “Now, Taiben has already written it,” Ms. Li ignored him, but curiously glanced at Zhang Zhun: “Our crisis public relations team has been mixing the water behind, you just need to stand up and clarify....Read More
Deep in the Act Translator: Kotoni Editor: Isalee Quality Check: Isalee First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter 41.1 After showering, Zhang Zhun lay down in bed once more and idly browsed the channels on TV as he waited. It was almost midnight, and Chen Hsin was still nowhere to be seen. For reasons Zhang Zhun could not understand, unease churned within his heart; the chaos weighed on his chest. He knew that Chen Hsin would never say anything out of line, but their relationship had made him timid. He felt as if he were walking on tightrope, or teetering on the very edge of a precipice, and the slightest mishap would send him free falling to his doom. His phone rang, and Zhang Zhun shuddered with a start. Flashing on the screen was Xiao-Deng’s caller ID. Haunted by a guilty conscience, Zhang Zhun did not dare to answer the phone. The noise stopped, but resumed shortly after. As the phone began ringing for the third time, he picked it up at last, and an urgent yell thundered in his ear, “Where are you, Ge?!” “I…” Zhang Zhun paused for thought. “I’m not at the hotel right now.” Silence – absolute, dead silence – descended on the other end. Then, little by little, Xiao-Deng’s frantic and irregular breathing became audible. “Ge,” he said, “if you’re at the Grand Hyatt, stay put and don’t...Read More
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