John Wilmot (from film "The Libertine"): Second Earl of Rochester, writer, bad boy, 27 years old, permiscuous, bisexual, handsome, dark brown hair, pale. (Looking for someone to play this character.)
Avery Green: Apprentice, writer, servant, 18 years old, closet homosexual, shoulder length dark brown hair, dark blue eyes, handsome face, reddish lips, pale skin.
John Wilmot takes in a young apprentice who wants to become a writer. Every other day John leaves an excerpt of improvised writing for Avery to read, but each day the writing becomes increasingly sexual. Avery struggles to give John Wilmot feedback without becoming uneasy; he's been attracted to the man for a while.
Eventually John makes a move, and through the writing, the two begin a highly sexual relationship.
John Wilmot knows that his male house servant is attracted to him. He purposefully leaves his erotic writing around for the boy to find, and makes no effort to hide the fact that he accepts the company of various women. One night, he tries to lure Avery into a one night stand with him and another woman.
Avery is a virgin looking to sell himself for money to either a man or a woman. He is inexperienced, and doesn't know what he's getting himself into. He comes on to the wealthy Earl of Rochester at a bar, and is taken home by him.
John comes to realize that Avery doesn't know anything about pleasure, and therefore decides to teach him. After doing work around the large estate, Avery starts coming to John's room for lessons on how to pleasure another man, and also oneself.
This plot is a oneshot between the two. John meets Avery at an opium lounge in the heart of London. The man takes a liking to the flirty young man and takes him to a hotel, even offering to pay him a little. Avery is a virgin, but keeps that to himself for fear of driving John away; he'll just have to get through the pain of rough sex with an experienced man.