Monthly Archives: March 2016

Wednesday Briefs: March 30, 2016

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Stormlords: Part 26  by Ravon Silvius

Kristoff sat on a mat weaved from the scrub plants that grew outside the village, sipping the water Alain gave him. The elder sat across from him, silent.

 The inside of the hut was sparse, the mat he sat on and a writing desk carved from stone in the corner the only furnishings. A hanging of what looked like longer versions of the scrub plants blocked the entrance to another room.

 27 dead. In one heat spell.

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Wednesday Briefs: March 23, 2016

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Innocence & Carnality: Part 37 by Mann Ramblings

“What is this?” I growled.

Rother rolled his eyes, openly annoyed at the interruption. “Damn it.” He swatted the kneeling man’s shoulder. “Get up.”

The young man was blond and fair, reminding me far too much of myself, wiping his mouth as he stood. My husband rose, tucking his penis away. There was no mistaking what I was witnessing. Outrage licked the corners of my vision as all sounds tunneled into an echo. I stalked over and snatched the boy by the collar, dragging him to the door.

“Get out,” I snarled as I shoved him through. Vivian stood in the doorway, a devilish smile on her pretty face.

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Wednesday Brief: March 16, 2016

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Flight Home #1 by Jon Keys
 
Drew heaved his carry-on bag into the overhead bin and then slipped into the seat beside Brandon. He leaned forward to peer out the window at the frantic activity even at this ridiculously early hour. The shimmer of light across the damp asphalt created a monochromatic abstract with moving points of light in red and blue. He inhaled softly and was filled with Brandon’s musky morning scent and leaving a metallic tint on the back of his tongue.
“Relax, the flight’s only about an hour,” Brandon whispered.
He glanced at his husband, his chiseled face highlighted in blue from the pale lights above them. The soft sounds of the other passengers finding their seats in the predawn hour reminded him they were not in their hotel any more. He used his left thumb and turned the ring that was a recent addition to the index finger on that hand.

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Wednesday Briefs: March 9, 2016

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Moving Forward #25 (6.2) by Julie Lynn Hayes

They took their time getting back to their cabin. Marshall didn’t bother to argue when Lee said he didn’t want to use the elevator, the stairs were good enough. He figured there was a method to his madness, and he figured it out as they went—Lee hadn’t been kidding when he said anticipation was the best foreplay.

They stopped on each level, finding different places along the way to indulge in long, lingering kisses and heated caresses, alternately raising their temperatures then cooling them down.  Marshall thought he’d never been turned on so much in his life, and he loved it.

He was beginning to understand why Lee never rushed anything, why he advocated patience. Taking their lovemaking at a slower pace

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Wednesday Briefs: March 2, 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.

No Flash: Chapter Nineteen by Cia Nordwell 

Evin sat on the couch with Micah on his lap. He pushed away the guilt; Micah wasn’t really a shield, even if Evin was using him to create a distance between him and Ben.

“Ready for your Christmas present?” Ben held up a little bag with red and white paper sticking out. He waved it in front of Micha’s face, and those chubby little hands made a quick grab for it, latching on to one strip of tissue paper and ripping it out.

Ben laughed. “He’s fast! You’re going to have your hands full when he starts walking.”

Evin groaned.

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