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Unnecessary Roughness

G.A. Hauser





Copyright © G.A. Hauser, 2009

Cover art by Stephanie Vaughan

Edited by Nicole Bunting

ISBN Trade paperback: 978-1-44955-353-1

The G.A. Hauser Collection


This is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or business establishments, events or locales is coincidental.


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This book contains material that maybe offensive to some: graphic language, homosexual relations, adult situations. Please store your books carefully where they cannot be accessed by underage readers.


First G.A. Hauser publication: October 2009





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A percentage of the royalties of this novel will be donated to the charity
Gay American Heroes
. Thank you for giving.



Mission Statement


       To honor and remember LGBT victims of hate crimes.

       To engage and inform the public about hate crimes against LGBT persons.

       To inspire compassion and greater appreciation and acceptance of diversity.



What is the Gay American Heroes Foundation?


The Gay American Heroes Foundation is creating a National Traveling Rainbow Memorial and Educational Exhibit celebrating the lives of all LGBT persons who have been murdered because of their sexual orientation and /or gender identity.



They are Heroes


All People who live honestly about their sexual orientation are heroic, as it takes great strength and courage to face the daily struggles for personal freedom in the face of enormous opposition; to ultimately give their life for said freedom makes them HEROES.


“It’s time to show the world…our HEROES…because our family and friends are being stolen from us because of hate and those who teach it.  We should not, and will not, live in fear.  We will face the ongoing violence against Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender people head on and fight those who want to enslave us in their beliefs.  So, until we are given the same rights, freedoms, and protections as every other American, we will be united in this fight for respect, dignity, and protections under the law.  We will win this fight through awareness, education, and perseverance for the good of all humanity.”


Scott Hall

Founder, Gay American Heroes Foundation


Scott Hall definition of hate,

June 8

What is your definition of Hate?

Hate is poison, and those who teach it are poisonous, and need to be held accountable for their teaching and insidious actions.

The same hate that Murdered

Martin Luther King

 Is the same hate that Murdered

Mathew Sheppard,

And is the same hate that
our fellow Americans in 911,

Hate is un-American and unacceptable.

Please help stop the Hate.

 Honor our HEROES

By supporting our




Chapter One

Connor Andrew Worthington knew from an early age he was different from other boys.


The enormous campus of UCLA was a maze to Connor the first time he tried to navigate it in his freshman year. Now, three years later, he knew this place by heart.

He was cutting it close after a workout at the Wooden Center and jogged with his backpack across Bruin Walk. “Fuck,” he said, wishing he had more time. The rushing around to find time for his training was exhausting. He passed through the door of the math and science building, catching his breath.

“Connor? You have a second?”

Connor spun around to see one of his instructors flagging him down. “What’s up, Professor? I’m running late.”

Professor Patrick glanced quickly over his shoulder as the classroom cleared. “I know you’re very busy with a full academic schedule and lacrosse...”

Unsure where this conversation was headed, Connor concentrated on the short man’s thinning hair and small moustache.

“We have some students in the class that need extra help. They meet once a week with the physics club. I was wondering if you had any time to help out.”

Thinking of his already loaded schedule and the pressure from his dad to get a four-point-oh average, Connor replied, “I don’t know, sir.” 

Professor Patrick stepped closer to him, staring at Connor’s chest. “I know it’s a lot to ask of you. But you’re doing excellent. I thought perhaps you can assist the students who aren’t doing as well.”

“Do you need me to tutor someone in particular?” Connor touched his lower lip. “Can I think about it and get back to you?”

“Sure, Connor. If you can help me out, I’ll make sure your grade reflects the extra effort.” Professor Patrick smiled and laid his hand on Connor’s biceps, squeezing it firmly.

Connor stared at the contact with suspicion. It wasn’t the first time someone had made “promises” to him in order to get sexual favors. “If I can’t fit it into my schedule, will I get graded down?”

“No, I won’t hold it against you. Of course not.” Professor Patrick’s fingers smoothed up and down Connor’s arm. Connor was getting the feeling the friendly gesture was something else. Being propositioned upset Connor. “Right, then I’ll let you know.”

Professor Patrick dropped his hand to his side and smiled. “Thanks, I appreciate it.”

“See ya.” As Connor left, he mumbled under his breath, “What the hell was that all about? Can’t I get through one fucking semester without a come on?” He was hoping it was about tutoring and that was all. But he knew better.

Just making it to his seat before the lecture began, Connor tried to remember his assignments for all the other classes he had later in the week. They were starting to accumulate and he didn’t want any of the work interfering with his first love: lacrosse. It was January and that meant the beginning of the season.

“Hi, Connor.”

He glanced over at the woman seated next to him and said, “Hi, Mary.”

“Did you finish the reading assignment?”

“Yes. I thought it was pretty interesting. I liked the part about axioms and the scientific model.”


“Never mind. Class is starting.” He pointed to the front of the room where his teacher was standing. 


Connor packed away his book while his mind ran over the amount of reading he had to do by the end of the week. He checked the clock. Lunchtime.

Mary lingered next to him. “Do you have plans for lunch, Connor?”

“Sorry. I’m meeting someone,” he lied, just wanting to eat quickly and not sit and chat.

“Oh. Too bad.”

Connor shrugged politely to soften the blow.

After she left, he finished packing up his notebook.
Christ, I don’t have time for this
. The workload loomed ominously and his father’s threats to cut him off financially if his grades faltered was monumental pressure.

As he was preparing to leave the classroom, zipping up his backpack, he noticed a pair of shapely legs in pantyhose and high heels standing next to him. He glanced up at his hot biology teacher and exhaled tiredly.
Oh no.

“Can I speak to you for a minute, Connor?” Professor Jacobs asked.

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