His Boy (manxman) **His, Book 1**

His Boy (manxman) **His, Book 1**

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Dianna B. By ladydianna01 Completed

Scottie was in his usual spot behind the counter of his Aunt's Cafe pretending to wipe down the counters, but what he was really doing was watching the activities and fine specimens of beefcake coming and going across the street at the newly opened Bar and Lounge trying to catch a glimpse of one man in particular. The Den, as it called is owned by the most deliciously built giant of a man that God has ever created, Nolan Price.

 Scottie, or Scott as was his christened name is a cute little thing that suffered from a severe case of social anxiety disorder. He has lived with his bossy, over protective Aunt since his mother up and left him as a child on her doorstep never to be seen or heard from again. He never knew who his father was and because of his small stature and crippling shyness, he was always a target of ridicule all through his school years and most of his college years.

 Now at twenty-two with a degree in business management, he has practically taken over the behind the scenes day to day operation of his Aunt;s business, Heavenly Delights Cafe. It didn't stop her though from coming in and trying to make him overcome his social awkwardness by making him deal with customers, hence that was how he met his burly Sex God one fateful day when The Den was still under construction, and the luscious man came in to buy his crew lunch. He had left Scottie tongue tied and trembling the whole time, so much so Scottie had fled to the back of the store leaving his startled Aunt to wait on the equally shocked man. Now he avoided the big man at all cost staring at him from afar, but what little Scottie didn't know was that he caught and spiked the commanding Nolan's attention and it will be just a matter of time before the Dominant man will have little Scottie marked as his own.

MoraezA MoraezA Jul 17
OMG this whole paragraph is SO badly written that it made me uncomfortable.
I wish I didn't have hair because I love when my legs are smooth but I hate shaving
I can kinda relate but I've been really good with my shyness
I swear if this man doesn't eat pie at least once in this book I'll have Vietnam flashbacks
Everyone here is saying it's Pepsi but it seems like y'all have forgotten about Bepsi
I remember in fifth grade we read Esperanza Rising and this one chick insisted on pronouncing the kid's name "Mee-gwel"