Gryvon – Writer of LGBTQ Erotic Fiction

Changing the Stakes (Ocean’s Eleven, Rusty/Linus)

Changing the Stakes (2919 words) by gryvon
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Ocean's (Movies), Ocean's Eleven (2001)
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Rusty Ryan/Linus Caldwell
Characters: Rusty Ryan, Linus Caldwell
Additional Tags: Yuletide, Yuletide 2004
Series: Part 1 of Poker Trilogy

Rusty needs a girl. Maybe.

Rusty needed a girl. At least that’s what Tess and Danny said while they were sitting in the back of Rusty’s car on the way to a nice remote airport. He’d made a quip back, something about a women’s prison but didn’t give it any real thought.

He was in a bar in Pittsburgh when it hit him. Some chick walked up to him and in one glance he knew. Right then and there he could tell you what she liked, what she disliked, her political views, everything about her. Hell, he could probably get her name in five guesses and her birthday in two. It was all written right there, out in the open, plain for the eye to see if the eye knew which way to look. Clothes, hair, jewelry, stance, make-up, expression, those were the parts of a woman. He didn’t need a girl.

Problem was, he’d had girls. They were boring. He knew women too well, could slip in and out of their head like nothing. He knew them so well he thought he was becoming one. Taking a drink he glanced down his shirt. Yep, still flat. Good. Maybe he’d had enough to drink for the night.

“Hey, handsome, can I buy you a drink?”

“Sure.” One more never hurt. He smiled and he played with the girl, asked her questions like he was trying to get to know her when the only thing he really wanted was to prove himself right.

Yep, got it in one. Name was easy too. Cheryl. She looked like a Cheryl. So if he didn’t want women, what did he want?

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