Wednesday Briefs: May 4, 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 Twenty-eight by Cia Nordwell 

“Evin! God.” Ben’s toes actually curled. Evin’s mouth was wet and hot around his cock. He sucked the head in and rubbed the flat of his tongue on the underside. Ben hadn’t been with anyone in so long, he was going to embarrass himself.

In a move that was eerily familiar, Evin sank down to the root, burying his nose in Ben’s trimmed bush. He hummed and swallowed.

Ben gasped as his balls drew up.

“Not yet, not yet.” He took deep breaths through his nose. He groaned, relieved when Evin pulled off. He stretched up and snagged the condom
 
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Moving Forward #33 (8.1) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Marshall stretched languidly in the comfortable bed. Not bothering to open his eyes, he automatically reached for Lee. When he encountered Lee’s warmth, he snuggled up against him, wrapping an arm about him as he pressed his face against Lee’s bare back. Lee covered Marshall’s arm with his, and they lay together in companionable silence.

Sounds began to gradually filter into Marshall’s consciousness, and as his brain began to sort them out, his eyes popped open. They’d arrived! They were actually in the Virgin Islands.

Unable to contain his excitement, he leapt out of bed and raced out onto the balcony.

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Focal Point: Chapter 1 Part 4 by Shelly Schulz

By Friday the entire school was buzzing with the news of the party at the Marsh. The halls were electric, whispers, notes and tweets flew faster than the speed of light as the message spread. A couple of over achieving seniors had already figured out a schedule for cars to arrive and leave so there wasn’t too much attention drawn to the festivities.  The adults and authorities often turned a blind eye, but if there was a constant stream of traffic into the Marsh it would bring too much focus on us. I had already cleared my involvement with mom.

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To Be Determined: Part 20 by Johayan

Caleb walked into Shawn’s room to find Shawn slowly waking up and the doctor trying to explain to Shawn what was happening.  Shawn wasn’t fully understanding which didn’t surprise the doctor but the fact that Shawn understood enough to not pull on the drain in his skull was encouraging.

Bryan was sitting at the edge of the bed holding Shawn’s hand, his face a mixture of happiness that Shawn was slowly coming around but also the fear of losing Shawn and how much of a recovery Shawn would make.

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Innocence & Carnality Part 43 by Mann Ramblings

“This is depraved,” I said.

Unlike the sensual mood lighting in the others, this last room gave off a disquieting pallor. Various pieces of furniture—many I couldn’t discern the use for—decorated the space in dark leather upholstery, many with manacles attached to the iron framework. A circle of wrought iron chains hung in the center like some macabre chandelier. Blood red walls finished the sinister impression.

An older man kneeled on the floor near one odd bench, his wrist fastened to the cuffs dangling off either end. Wearing only a leather hood buckled closed around his neck, his position allowed him no movement as Samantha struck him across his bare back with her riding crop.

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