Wednesday Briefs: September 27, 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.

Mine! Part Two: Chapter Thirty-eight by Cia Nordwell

“Oh! and we’re mates now. Really? That’s how you tell us?” Kraig smacked my arm. “I can’t believe you! Poor Ritch, marrying an idiot like you.”

“Hey!” I pushed him away, ignoring Deke’s rumble of warning. I rolled my eyes. “I didn’t hurt him. And you’ve seen us roughhouse harder than that, hell, you even got in on it.”

“That was before.”

“Before he got his own fangs and claws. Pretty sure Kraig can take care of himself.”

Deke raised one eyebrow. “Okay. How about we see if Ritch wants to tussle?”

The rising timber of my growl startled even

Buy One, Get Two and Three: Chapter 68 by Carol Pedroso

Daniel

Four weeks later

Daniel waited nervously in the airport arrivals. He bit his lip as he thought about what Silas was going to say when he found out.

“Calm down, Boy.” Carlos rubbed his arms and Daniel took a deep breath.

“Daniel!” Silas’ voice rang out through the cavernous hall just moments before

Daniel was jumped by his brother. Daniel fell heavily back into Carlos, who wrapped them both in his arms to keep them on their feet.

“Silas, calm down,” Oliver’s stern voice broke into the reunion. But, Silas ignored him and started chattering a mile a minute

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The Sheriff #31 (8.4) by Julie Lynn Hayes

“So what exactly do you think we’re going to do?” Dustin asked.  They’d arrived at the computer store,  a free-standing building in a lot all its own, and Jordan had driven around it, taking note of all the exits. Not that there were that many, just the one back door.

“You’ll find out when you need to know,” Jordan snapped. “They take deliveries back here?”

“Naw, front door,” Dustin replied, a little sullenly.

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