Cahill Napier gazed longingly at the photo in front of him showing Dulcie Marshall being sexually ravaged by 3 men at one time while at least a dozen others stood by waiting their turns. Napier knew they were awaiting their turns, because he had more than 500 other still photos as well as 2 reels of film which he had finally converted over to DVD for constant enjoyment. What most appealed to him was one particular man who had his fat pole firmly thrust inside Dulcie's dripping wet box. Napier had a problem though. All his life he had declared-loudlly in fact- that he was gay. A homosexual, It had been true and it got him kicked out of the military when he was 20 and he made a move on a Brigadier General in the men's room when the man had merely inquired 'how's it hanging' meaning only 'How's your day going?' and nothing else. The General, a known pro-life (well aside from necessary war killings) Bible toter, had nearly had a stroke when Napier turned and said, 'Nowhere good as you Sir.' and then dropped to his knees to service the 68 year old. What Napier got was a knee to his face and an immediate dishonorable discharge. Among other things, the General's friends planted items in Napier's footlocker and alleged he had stolen these items. To avoid a court martial and the disgrace that it would bring to that branch of the military, the fact that they hadn't 'caught a queer' in their ranks, Napier was booted out. Napier left the military and headed off to the Seminary determined to mend his ways and become a Priest. Here too, he failed miserably. Oh he was ordained and well liked by the parish he was assigned to; but, he couldn't help himself from eying the crotches of every male parishioner over the age of 25. Eventually he did this to Throckton Bryce, the Fourth, scion of the legendary Bryce family worth billions if not more. Old Throck himself was a handsome man and well known to be involved with several ladies other than his wife of the moment. (At 40, he had been married 6 times and had several public dalliances with other women, by 50 there was another wife and 3 more sideliners and now in the months before he turned 60 he was on wife #11. Napier had gone after Bryce one afternoon following a liquid lunch consisting of perhaps 2 dozen stiff drinks between them as they discussed business. Napier had been sent to get a large check to help bail out St.Roderick By-The-Sea Catholic Schools and Church. A total of more than two million dollars was needed for the rescue and Bryce was more than willing. After all he had 13 children who all had or were scheduled to attend St. Roderick. Napier went to collect the check at the Bryce offices. While sitting there, Bryce came in and handed him the check. He then indicated that he was going to be dining with some other influential and wealthy-mustn't forget wealthy-men that evening and perhaps Father Charles (Cahill had not been a good Catholic name so he was known first as Brother Charles and then alternately Father Charles and Father Napier), would like to join him. He made clear it would be considered an honor and that there might be more money from Throck himself. Napier agreed, and with that, Bryce issued a retort of 'Splendid!' went to the side and pressed a button at which point a the wall slid to the side revealing another room. "Come." Bryce said, "I'm no good at selecting the right tie and shirt. Maybe you can help" With that he started to loosen his tie and by the time he reached the closet, his tie and jacket were off, and his shirt half unbuttoned. Napier began to feel the flinching of his male appendage as Napier turned towards him revealing a full chest of snow-white hair curlycuing all the way up to Bryce's neck and down to...well, Napier would find out soon enough.