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Innocence & Carnality: Part 18 by Mann Ramblings
Poets described the act of lovemaking in endless sonnets, yet never quite do it justice. Hidden behind these four walls, I finally indulged in pleasures I’d been denied in my young life, and others I’d never fathomed. Rother’s appetites were unquenchable and his approach unapologetic. Unused muscles ached in unspeakable places, making me wince with every movement, yet I smiled wondering when he’d come for me again.
“What time is it?” I asked. The shutters continued to block out the daylight, leaving the passage of time marked only by a soft knock at the door.
Moving Forward #10 (3.3) by Julie Lynn Hayes
Lee rocked up inside Marshall, thrusting harder and harder. Marshall’s arms were wound tightly about Lee’s neck, their faces so close he could feel the warmth of Lee’s breath on his lips. The friction against Marshall’s cock turned on so much he didn’t think he’d need to touch it to come. All he needed was permission.
“God, Lee,” he moaned, “so close…”
“Come for me,” Lee whispered before he claimed Marshall’s mouth, swallowing any possible reply. Not that Marshall had any to make.
The Stormlords: Part 14 by Ravon Silvius
The sky was darkening as Kristoff left. The walk to his old mentor’s was not far. Storm Lord residences were clustered in one quarter, for easy access if someone was needed for a quick assignment. Kristoff realized he probably should have told Rowen where he lived, in case the boy needed something. Another worry about his role as a mentor that only made him more eager to talk to Talia.
Her husband answered his knock, and gave him a guarded smile. Kristoff had always sensed an undercurrent of animosity from the other man, probably owing to the fact that Talia had spent more time training him than married to Ben.
The Caretaker: Chapter 6 by Rob Colton
Using a dagger, Chris shoved the tip into the cuff around my wrist. With a sharp turn, the cuff snapped open and it fell to the floor. Before the metal even clanged onto the concrete, Chris was standing over me. He had his fighting stick, still painted neon blue like a lightsaber.
“Touch him, and I will kill you,” Chris said through gritted teeth. “Though I may do that anyway.”
In the corner cell, the lupoid had awoken. It shook off the dirt like a dog, snarling and slobbering as it clamored to get out of the locked cage.
No Flash: Chapter Three by Cia Nordwell
The nurse came to change the wet dressing they’d put on while he was checking in. “This has a special analgesic. Keep this bandage on for the first twenty-four hours. Then you will need to switch to this prescription cream; it will kill any bacterial infections you may pick up taking care of your little man there. You need to protect the blisters and the skin healing underneath so keep the bandages clean and dry,” she said as she wrapped gauze around his palm and cinched it around his wrist.
“Not exactly easy.” Evin grimaced, thinking about the first diaper