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The Virus Maker

The Virus Maker

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The Virus Maker

3.5/5 (4 ratings)
64 pages
53 minutes
Jul 1, 2013


Who started the virus that ended the world?

First of all, it didn't end the world. It was extreme population control. Secondly, it wasn't exactly Colton’s fault. He was a scientist searching for a cure to a disease that affected those who live on Mars. For some reason, the virus became air born. He was knocked out cold and woke up forever changed.

The world is near deserted. The virus made him stronger, faster...oh and gave him freaky red eyes. Now he’s traveling with a flirtatious sheriff and searching for his former lab partner Mitch while avoiding gun-toting survivors.

Welcome to the end of the world, sort of.

Jul 1, 2013

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The Virus Maker - James Cox

Published by Evernight Publishing at Smashwords


Copyright© 2013 James Cox

ISBN: 978-1-77130-464-1

Cover Artist: Sour Cherry Designs

Editor: Karyn White


WARNING: The unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this copyrighted work is illegal. No part of this book may be used or reproduced electronically or in print without written permission, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in reviews.

This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, and places are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, organizations, or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.


This is the end of the series. Manlove at the End of the World was my first attempt at writing. It can also be read backwards since I wrote the first book last. Something different. I hope you enjoyed my series and I thank you for deciding to purchase my books. As a reader I value you greatly. Stay sexy!  

To Evernight Publishing, as always, you all are fantastic!


Manlove at the End of the World, 4

James Cox

Copyright © 2013

Chapter One

The day of the virus

What was better than a cup of hot coffee? Colton grinned, a hot coffee and a blowjob. He leaned back on the couch in his sparsely furnished office. A cup of coffee in one hand and a man’s head in the other. Brian, the new intern, had his lips wrapped around Colton’s cock. The sucking was fantastic, leisurely, and Colton took a quick sip of his warm brown goodness. He placed the cup back on the nearest flat surface and returned both hands to Brian’s Black hair. Deeper.

Colton adjusted, moving back to reach the couch cushion. His eyes shifted, focused on the windowpane, the only one in his office. The outside was covered with rain droplets and darkened by the lack of sun. It was going to be a long day.

Brian went deep. Colton’s cock hit the back of his throat. Despite the slight gag, Brian managed to go deeper still.

Yes... Colton hissed the word, and pleasure began to crash his hold on reality. His eyes closed, his lips parted, and Colton drowned himself in the pleasure that washed over him. The orgasm sprang. Cum shot out, and he felt the swallowing around his shaft. He grinned as the high began to fade, opening his eyes to see Brian standing and opening his fly. No time to reciprocate, Brian. Colton said. He stood, pulling up his pants and tucking his semi-soft cock inside.

But... Brian stuttered.

Sorry, man, I have a meeting today and tests to perform on that new formula. Colton grabbed his coffee, gulping down half of it before closing his belt. I’ll finish you tomorrow. He offered, but it was hollow. These interns changed every two weeks, so the reality of Colton seeing this cutie again was minimal. He walked passed a glass coffee table and to his large mahogany desk. Relationships to him were always hollow. Why spend that much time with just one person? There were millions of fish in the sea, as the saying went. Besides, with his job as lead scientist at the Global Corporation, time for romance was limited.

Colton sat in his chair, and it squeaked as he rolled it to the desk. He placed the coffee on the window cell directly behind him and shuffled a few papers. When he heard the door close, he looked up. Brian had left. Good thing, too, because he didn’t feel like arguing. That meeting was a bullshit story, but he did have a date with his baby, Formula JC19. He grabbed his ID badge and the remnants of his coffee. It sloshed around in the cup as he stood his full six feet of height. His brown hair brushed his neck, and he made a mental note to have it cut. He’d been spending so much time here with the new project he’d almost forgotten what home looked like, let alone getting something as frivolous as a haircut.

Colton quickly stood and walked out his office door. Checking to make sure Brian was gone, he continued right. This corridor had institutional beige walls and security lock doors that were creepy at night. He was here all too often, rushing through this hall to get to his office. Colton would always lock the door behind him and sigh

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