Wednesday Briefs: May 24, 2017

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.

The Sheriff #13 (4.2) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Pain flared inside Dustin’ at the unprepared intrusion, and his muscles tightened automatically, fighting against Jordan’s entry. He gasped in surprise just as Jordan claimed his mouth, swallowing his cry. Dustin arched his back, but it didn’t help, it still hurt. Then Jordan began to move inside him as he continued to kiss him, slowly at first, and the pain gradually began to recede, forced from his mind by the sweetness of Jordan’s mouth on his.

“God, you’re so hot and tight,” Jordan murmured when he drew back to take a breath. “You feel so damn good. Grab your legs, let me in deeper.”

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Buy One, Get Two and Three, Chapter 55, by Carol Pedroso

Carlos

Carlos sighed as he sipped his coffee as he thought back over the last blissful month. Danial had fallen into the role of housekeeper like he was born to it. Oliver and Carlos had told him they’d help him find a job, or even start his own business, but his boy just wanted to serve.

Although Carlos had put his foot down and made sure Daniel had everything he needed – including setting aside time each day – to paint and create his artwork.

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Mine! Part Two: Chapter Twenty by Cia Nordwell

We left Kraig and Ritch with Mom. Deke drowned out their objections with a fierce growled order to stay put, and I followed him out the door. “Stay here,” I said to the guard. If there were intruders, the house needed protection, but I had to guard Deke’s back.

The scent of blood, a sharp coppery tang with salty overtones laced the air when we approached the building that had held the captives. Myles was dead, and Jackie beside him. She was gasping for air, holding her arm as blood dripped down her fingers.

“What happened?” Deke snapped.

“The patrol

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