Okay, I'm a little confused.
So first, the incubation period for HPV (the time from infection to symptoms, or when you'd test positive on a test) can be several months, or years. Are you only looking at more recent partners?
Also, the guy you trust - are you in a relationship with him? If you are, how long has that been? It's possible he brought that into the relationship and didn't know. Most people with HPV don't get symptoms, so it's very possible that he didn't know he was putting you at risk of anything.
It is possible to get it orally, and if you then had sex with the guy you trust soon after, your scenario could make sense, in theory. I say soon after because if it was too long, you'd have antibodies to that HPV strain and probably wouldn't get it in another location.
Listen, like 90% of people will get HPV in their lifetimes. Most of the time, unless you only have had 1 sexual partner in your life, you won't know who you got it from because the incubation period is so tricky.
If these are your only 2 partners in your lifetime, then either your scenario is correct, or your guy you trust brought it to you unknowingly. You can still trust him - there's no test for men for HPV, and many don't have symptoms.
Does this help answer you?