About Christmas Auction, a Hammer story
by Sean Michael
/ 10700 words
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Christmas at the Hammer
Club means charity auction time. This year Marcus has been roped into emcee
duty and everyone has pitched in, offering time, abilities and themselves.
This is Alexander's third year giving away six hours of hard play, but it's
also his last as he's headed to the east coast. He's hoping to catch the eye
of the Dom who's won him at the auction the last two years running. He can't
help wishing it was more than just a one night thing.
Also up for grabs is Jeremy, who'd planned to offer some free iron work, but
Simon's changed things up and he suddenly finds himself on offer for the
whole night to the highest bidder. Who's it going to be? Jeremy has to trust
his Master has his best interests at heart. Join the men of the Hammer for
this Christmas tale.
December 21st at the Hammer brought with it, every year, their auction
for charity. The place was always packed, the items up for bid always
fetched a fair price, the proceeds from all food and booze consumed also
went to charity and everyone always had a good time.
Marcus, however, was not always the MC. In fact, this was his first time.
Oliver had asked, and how could he say no?
He stood in front of the mirror, frowning at the red velvet Santa hat on his
head. He wasn't sure it didn't look... camp with his bald head. But he'd
already refused the red velvet pantsuit, much to Oliver's chagrin. Instead,
he wore black leather pants, a dark red shirt, and stompy leather boots. In
the pantsuit he would have looked fruity, in what he was wearing he looked,
well, toppy. Which suited him just fine.
"Baby? Does the hat work?"
Jim tilted his head. "Not really, but you should wear it just for the
He took another look in the mirror and nodded. Taking the hat off, he put it
on the doorknob; he'd put it back on when Xavier called on him to open the
auction. Until then, he and Jim had one of the private rooms all to
themselves; Xavier had even served them dinner before telling them, with a
wink, that they had almost two hours before things were scheduled to begin.
"Now that that's settled, we just need to figure out what to do to fill the
time before I'm needed onstage." He smiled at his baby; he had a few ideas.
Jim was wearing jeans and a long sleeved white T-shirt, long hair worn in a
braid down the back. His baby was not completely comfortable with the
thought of an auction -- as if any sub ever ended with anyone they didn't
belong with. There had even been stories about couples who had met each
other during the auction.
Besides, he'd been very clear on what was on offer with Jim -- coffee and
brownies served by his baby. Full stop. And he might have asked Jack to bid
for Jim on his behalf.
He moved to where Jim was stacking their empty plates and gave that sweet
ass a gentle smack.
Those beautiful green eyes met his, wide and warm. "Master?"
"I was just testing out one of the things we could do before I'm needed