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Gono loves travel and adventure, and there’s nothing that satiates these loves like a music festival. The bigger, wilder and more expensive it is, the more Gono just has to be there, which is why he wastes no time getting a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar loan for tickets to the Fyber Music Festival in the Bahamas.
Billed as a luxury social media music bonanza, Fyber Fest promises everything from time on a yacht with Dan Bigfootzerian, to the opportunity of blasting diamonds out of a cannon. When Gono arrives in the Bahamas, however, he finds nothing but dilapidated tents and moldy food. The whole thing is a bust.
Soon enough, Gono finds himself face to face with the disastrous festival, but he can’t help being intoxicated by Fyber’s charm. Soon enough, their mutual attraction escalates into a hardcore pounding of Gono’s butt… and his wallet.
This erotic tale is 4,300 words of music festival on gay human action, including anal, blowjobs, rough sex, cream pies, and sentient poorly planned luxury event love.
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