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In Chandler's Hands The Wonderful World of Billy Chase and Brandon Temple

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Chandler Cross, a student at the Chicago Institute of Art, comes across someone new, one day. Someone very much in need of a mentor and a protector. The last thing Chandler ever thought he'd ever be was someone to be looked up to, but that is what he became. A guardian angel for a lost and broken boy, struggling as Chandler once struggled as a gay teen in a less than accepting world. How will he cope with this awesome responsibility now that he has Brandon . . .

Warning: this story will contain implied intimacy between an adult and a minor. If this offends or disturbs you, please pass this story by.

There will be no graphic sex described in this story

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What an interesting and good story! Chandler is a good guy and clearly wants to see Brandon not be  bullied by brain dead morons. Who can't tell or dontcare enough about hurting others and he isn't impressed by the inaction and lack of concern of the coaches who should know better and are little more than docile bullies themselves. 

Kudos to  Chandlers little brother he is golden by any stretch of the imagination  and only wants to see Brandon happy and have some good times and good friends. The way these two brothers tag team with the help of some others is great stuff especially the kung fu lad! It sux big time that instead of supporting the guy that defended Brandon with kung fu he is the one punished and Brandon is sent home clearly concussed. If that is how American school sports is played then with it should be banded or the adults who allow this to happen should have no place near schools or training and teaching children. No wonder there is a lot of injuries in school sports.qqq

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