Wednesday Briefs: August 2, 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 #23 (6.5) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Dustin felt sick to his stomach at the thought of what he’d so stupidly just done. Made himself an accomplice to a burglary, even if an unwitting one. Try explaining that to a judge. Everything was becoming all too clear to him now, especially what an idiot he’d been to believe someone like Jordan could be interested in someone like him. It hadn’t been him, it had been the computer store where he worked that had been the big attraction all along. If they’d run into each other anywhere else, Jordan would probably not have given Dustin the time of day. That’s what he got for thinking with his dick.

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Buy One, Get Two and Three, Chapter 61, by Carol Pedroso


Silas pulled at the collar of his shirt for the umpteenth time.

“Leave it alone, you’ll make your tie crooked again,” Daniel admonished him. “You’d think you’d be used to having something around your throat, you have been wearing His collar for a while now.”

Silas glared at his smirking brother. “You just wait until it’s your turn. I’ll get even. You see if I don’t.”

Daniel simply poked his tongue out and returned to adjusting his own suit.

A knock heralded Toby arriving. “Is the lamb ready to be led to the slaughter?”

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Mine! Part Two: Chapter Thirty by Cia Nordwell

The other alphas filed into the room behind him. One gestured me to stay seated when I would’ve tried to stand. “Stay down.”

“Thanks.” I could sit on my own, getting a little bit of my balance back now that I wasn’t trying to move. Ritch moved away and started opening cupboards.

Deke looked around. “What do we know?” Kraig pulled away from him, and Deke frowned but let him go. Kraig didn’t go far as he started to help Ritch rummaged around in the cupboards and drawers.

“This was definitely where they were running the experiments. My group found


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