Wednesday Briefs: February 23, 2016

Here is a list of all the authors flashing this week, along with a brief snippet from their latest free work. Click the link after the snippet to be taken to the complete story on the author’s home page.

Double Trouble: Chapter 63 by Jon Keys
 
Darrin leaned back against the chair with his feet propped up on the footstool as Mitch brought him a beer from the fridge. He took a drink and turned back to Orin and Rob.
“How’d you meet? How long have you been together?”
They glanced at each other and Darrin could tell they both were frantically counting, and hoping the other one wouldn’t notice. Rob looked up first with a smile. “Since I was a sophomore. Orin’s a cradle robber.”
“I was not. I’d just started grad school. So I was only a few years older.”
Darrin grinned at them and smiled. “So you’ve been finishing up over the last year while Orin was here?”

Daniel: Chapter Six By Carol Pedroso

Tara

Tara looked around the room at the two men bickering like a pair of teenager. Really, she thought, they were thirty years old now, they needed to grow up.

“Guys, come on please I need to talk to you both.”

They sobered instantly and turned their full attention ono her.

“Right,” she said as she gathered her thoughts. “We need to discuss Daniel and Silas. I thought I should fill in some basics for you both as you don’t usually have anything to do with hiring the subs that work for us.

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Innocence & Carnality: Part 33 by Mann Ramblings

No Flash: Chapter Eighteen by Cia Nordwell 
 
Ben watched Evin take several steps back, and he had to force himself to stand still when all he wanted to do was force Evin closer, to make him stay and listen.
 
“I don’t think I can.” Evin shook his head, tucking his arms around himself so tight his skin went white under his fingers.  “I’m not ready for this.”
“I’m not asking for any declarations. You don’t have to do anything you’re not comfortable with, Evin. But every time I’m with you, with Micah, my feelings get stronger. We didn’t break up because I fell out of love with

Moving Forward #23 (5.5) by  Julie Lynn Hayes

He darted a quick glance at Lee. Lee’s jaw was set in a firm line, and his eyes were filled with a quiet fury, like the calm before a storm. Marshall had a good feeling Lee knew exactly what Dustin meant too. And he wasn’t happy about it.

Nobody spoke for a minute. Then Lee pushed his chair back and rose.

“What are you going to do?” Marshall asked. Whatever it was, he knew better than to try to talk Lee out of it. When his mind was set like this, that wasn’t going to happen. And, to be honest, whatever it was, he knew Dustin had it coming. Frankly, he was tired of trying to deal with the little shit himself. That wasn’t working out very well. And it was no way to spend their vacation, worrying about what Dustin might or might not do.

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