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To Be Determined: Part 21 by Johayan
Caleb was quickly returned to the here and now as Shawn called out to him and asked him to sit down. As he sat down, his emotions kept swirling. He was overjoyed that things seemed to be going so well for Shawn and see Bryan so happy…yet he was also torn in his love for Bryan and his lust for Shawn.
Shawn reached out a hand and motioned him closer. Bryan turned to Caleb and smiled, indicating that he should sit closer to Shawn. As he scooted closer, Shawn took his hand and squeezed it just as he was squeezing Bryan’s hand.
Innocence & Carnality: Part 44 by Mann Ramblings
“You knew about this?” I asked.
Rother knelt to meet my father’s incredulous stare. “Of course I did, it was scheduled. Why do you think your personal items just arrived? He brought them.”
Even with his wrists bound and nowhere to go, Arthur shifted in some vain attmept at modesty. A furious blush stained the sheen of his sallow skin. Were I in Victoria, I would have averted my eyes, but Rother wished me to see this—needed me to see this. It was all part of my Delaga House education. The more I learned, the more my innocence eroded.
“He’s a regular client?”
Buy One, Get Two and Three Chapter 15 by Carol Pedroso
Silas followed Oliver to an office, wondering what was going on.
“I have paperwork to catch up on tonight. So, we will be working on holding your position and staying quiet.”
Silas rolled his eyes—making sure Oliver couldn’t see him first. Great, hours spent on his knees, trying to keep still, and not fall asleep from boredom. What fun!
At least there was a soft carpet, that was some comfort.
Oliver took the big leather chair behind the desk and a glance told Silas he was expected to kneel beside it.
Silas folded himself into the required position and settled in for the long haul.
Moving Forward #34 (8.2) by Julie Lynn Hayes
They gathered everything they would need and fit it into a beach bag, which Marshall offered to carry.
“We bringing lube?” Marshall asked hopefully.
Lee shook his head. “I know what you’re thinking, but this isn’t the private beach I told you about. This is a family friendly tour.”
Marshall frowned in disappointment. Lee chuckled and patted his cheek. “Don’t worry, we’ll get to the private beach. And we’ll definitely take advantage of its privacy.”
Thirteen Black Cats: Chapter One by Louise Lyons
I turned as a trio of squealing young women approached me, all blonde, all wearing scraps of fabric that could have been dresses, and all reaching out, intent on grabbing at my clothes, my hair, or whatever they could get hold of. Steeling myself and pinning a smile to my face, I prepared for another round of selfies and autographs. So far I’d signed copies of the CD single, photos of myself, clipped out magazine articles, and several body parts. A surreptitious glance at my watch told me I had at least a couple of hours to go
Demon: Chapter Twenty-Three by Nephy Hart
As if it had been waiting for my pause, the door flies open causing everyone to start as I strikes the wall. The king surges to his feet with his hand on the pomel of his sword and I wish I had thought to arm myself. Not that I would be allowed to bear arms in this place, I am sure.
The king, along with others who had risen, sink back in their seats and, instead of a shocked silence, as whispered unease fills the chamber.
“Castien. What are you doing here?” the king asks. His voice has no warmth and his eyes are narrowed.