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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.
Innocence & Carnality: Part 38 by Mann Ramblings
I stormed upstairs refusing to catch anyone’s eye. Thankfully, the bedroom was clear when I arrived and I couldn’t close the rest of Delaga House out fast enough.
Seething, I paced about the room, stopping myself short of breaking anything I found within my reach. Everything from my personal clockwork tools to the gaslights to the ornate dressing mirror near the bed was at risk. A maelstrom of emotions left me vibrating and I spun in the center, awash in rage. While I was furious at my husband for his lack of respect, I was equally upset at myself for being so colossally stupid.
First Encounter by Louise Lyons
The dance track wasn’t suitable for smooching, but Ian stepped into my space and began to grind against me, his body moving easily with the fast beat. His hair brushed my face and his thighs and crotch repeatedly bumped mine as I joined in, rather less coordinated than him.
“I told you I wasn’t much good at this.” I grinned at him and placed my hands on his waist for balance. He’d raised his arms above his head, making the tight T-shirt crawl up his body to reveal several inches of bare flesh. I slid one hand to the middle
Moving Forward #28 (7.2) by Julie Lynn Hayes
“You’re not cold, are you?” Lee asked.
“No, not a bit,” Marshall assured him. How could he be, here in Lee’s embrace? Men were in motion all about them, he noticed, some watching the slowly receding lights of Galveston, others focused on scoping out the other men, like shoppers at a gay supermarket. Dustin wasn’t the only man on the prowl on this cruise. Marshall was glad he wasn’t in their situation. He knew in his heart he had the best man there was. That thought produced a smile.
A latecomer made his way to the rail beside them, staring out across the water. “I almost missed this,” he said aloud. “That’s what I get for not owning a watch.”
Raising an eyebrow, Gianna handed him over. Ben ignored her expression and took Micah into the kitchen to get a teether. “Wow, he’s domestic.” Gianna sat down next to Evin on the couch. She wrapped her arms around his shoulders
Daniel, Chapter 11 By Carol Pedroso
Silas slowly came awake. The first thing he felt was the 0ain in his back. he tried to stretch but was caught in the bed blankets. Wriggling he tried to kick them off but found he couldn’t move. Arms were holding him. Harold!! No, he was dead. Silas had seen him die. Why couldn’t he move????
Oliver had just sent the last Dom and sub off, after answering their questions, when Silas started to stir. He tightened his grip when Silas started wriggling. Then he started thrashing and Oliver had to tighten his arms even more,
To Be Determined: Part 15 by Johayan
Shawn opened his eyes and picked his head up a bit. Owwww! He thought as he put his head back down.
“Babe, you’re awake.”
“Yeah. What happened? Did you hit me over the head or something?” Shawn said quietly.
“What did you just say?” Bryan asked incredulously.
“I said, ‘Did you hit me over the head or something?’” Shawn repeasted a bit louder.
“No Shawn, I didn’t. Do you remember what happened at dinner?”
“Dinner? Did I miss dinner?” Shawn asked concerned.
Bryan got a bit worried. He knew Shawn had hit his head when he passed out