Wednesday Briefs: August 30, 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 #27 (7.4) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Breakfast at Milly’s Diner was a quiet affair. Dustin thought Roy seemed to be lost in thought. Probably figuring out what the hell to do about Dustin. What little conversation they had was mostly small talk about the weather.  Dustin thought maybe that was discretion on the sheriff’s part, since apparently he was involved in some kind of ongoing investigation regarding Tucker Falls. Who knew?

And when had he stopped thinking of him as the Sheriff and started calling him Roy? Dustin didn’t know, and he decided not to analyze that too closely. He was always reading into things. That’s how he got into the trouble he did. Didn’t need to start anything new, he was already in enough deep shit as it was.

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Mine! Part Two: Chapter Thirty-three by Cia Nordwell
“You’re losing it.” Ritch glanced over his shoulder at me. He’d put the groceries in the back, and now he was driving us home, both hands clenched tight on the wheel. “Is this how you always are? You’re going to follow me everywhere and watch me constantly?” 
“We don’t know if the whole mess with those werekin and the doctors experimenting on them and humans is really over. What if there were others? What if the human government or military was involved?” I stared straight into his eyes when he glanced back at me in the rear view mirror. “I 

Buy One, Get Two and Three: Chapter 65 by Carol Pedroso

Daniel

“I’ll have to find a way to thank Carlos for organizing this.” Daniel passed another hot chocolate to Toby to set on the tray.

“I think it was Tara’s idea actually. All Carlos did was call her ‘cause he was worried about you. She was the one to remind him you had more than one brother.”

Daniel winced and felt guilt rise. He’d been so busy missing Silas he’d barely spared a thought for Toby. It had been just him and Silas for so long he was still getting used to having two brothers again.

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