Wednesday Briefs: November 30, 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.

Moving Forward #61 (15.2) by Julie Lynn Hayes

I think we should tell Roy first,” Lee said once they’d gotten their fill of the hot tub and gone back inside. “I think he deserves to know before anyone else, what do you think?”

They’d dried themselves off with the generous towels the cruise line provided and sat together on the bed, sipping more Prosecco.

“I think you’re right,” Marshall agreed.

 Lee reached for his hand and squeezed it. “No time like the present. Assuming we can get a signal.”  He released Marshall’s hand and reached for his phone on the bedside table.

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Buy One, Get Two and Three: Chapter 37 by Carol Pedroso


Daniel ran for a couple of blocks before had to slow to catch his breath. How could Toby? How could he embarrass him like that?That kiss had been magnificent and Toby had had to spoil it—again.

He looked around and saw he’d ended up near the entrance to a park. Deciding he needed space and quiet he headed in the entrance. The moonlight was reflecting off the trees and casting shadows over the ground. As he went deeper the darkness became more complete, the trees getting denser and blocking off even the smallest slither of moonlight.

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Evans Woodworking: Chapter 33 by Jim Dunaway

In a shaky voice, Ethan responded, “But I’m not sure I can. What if I hurt you?”

“Relax, baby. It’ll be good. Just do to me what you like guys to do to you. Believe me, it’ll be awesome.” Ryan got up and went into the bathroom. A few seconds later he returned with a bottle of hand lotion. Climbing back onto the bed he told Ethan to roll over onto his stomach.Confused, Ethan said, “I thought you wanted me inside you? If you’ve changed your mind, that’s fine. I love having you inside me.”

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Mine: Chapter Twenty-nine by Cia Nordwell

“You know, I don’t remember you having a thing about being clean like this when we were younger,” Kraig said. He leaned against the counter while I started the shower.

“Who said anything about getting clean?” I looked over my shoulder at him and grinned. “Besides, I like this shower. Two heads, great water pressure, and best of all, I get to be in here with my naked mate.”

Kraig crossed his arms over his chest. “There is that. But maybe I need some incentive. Otherwise, I might just decide to go to bed. I am tired.” He faked a

Double Trouble: Chapter 93 by Jon Keys
The house was tense when Josh walked in after taking care of the animals before they left. Trent was in charge of everything while Josh was at the state fair with Danny and Samantha. They’d went every year since the kid’s had joined 4-H, but this was the first year teenage attitudes and hormones were such a factor.
Josh put the last few items in his bag and then stared at Trent. “This is going to be a miserable trip isn’t it?”
“Two hormonal teenagers, at least one with a budding romance? No, not the formula for disaster at all. It’ll be a cake walk.”

Regeneration: Chapter 1, Part 4 by Louise Lyons

“A similar thing happened to my ship,” I told her. “Electrical faults due to poor workmanship. The earlier Explorer models never had these problems. We thought we could fix it. It wasn’t that badly damaged by the crash, and the laser propulsion was intact. Three of the energy cells were lost, though. We found the remains and they were useless.”

“Then we should be okay,” Neil said. “Your ship’s clearly the previous model to the Explorer 10. They use the same cells, so if we take three from ours, we’ll have a ride.”

I nodded agreement. At last the chance

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