Wednesday Briefs: November 29, 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.

Here Kitty Kitty: Chapter 2.1 by Carol Pedroso

Simon spun around and stared in open-mouthed shock.

Where there had once been a cat now sat a big black man with hair the same silver as the cat’s had been.

“Who are you?” Simon blurted the first thing that came into his head. “Where did the cat go? Where are the cubs? Are they safe? Who are you?”

“You asked that last question twice.” The man’s tone was calm and unruffled.

“What?” Simon was lost for words. “I’m freaking out and all you can say is I’ve asked the same question twice? How about you start giving me some answers?”

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Denied: Chapter Seven by Cia Nordwell

Too much. Too much. All the eyes on me, the men standing over our table. That sneer reminded me of my dad, when he sold me to the aliens. I’d seen the credits change hands before he walked away and my life became nothing but torment. My stomach cramped and I leaned over, vomiting up the meal I’d just eaten.

I retched, unable to stop, as the bile burned my throat.

Captain jumped back.

I dropped from my chair and scuttled under the table, my stomach muscles still heaving even though nothing else was coming out. My eyes teared up

The Sheriff #40 (10.3) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Dustin’s lips were surprisingly soft. Why wouldn’t they be? Lips were lips, right? Didn’t matter if they belonged to a man or a woman. Dustin’s tasted damn good, too. Too good to stop what he was doing. Upping the ante, Roy lightly teased at Dustin’s mouth with his tongue. When his lips parted, Roy slid his tongue inside. He felt the moan that reverberated through the other man.

They pressed closer together as they continued to kiss. So close that Roy was more than aware that Dustin was very hard, and so was he. He’d never felt a man’s body against his like this before, but somehow with Dustin it just felt right. Just because he’d never wanted a man before didn’t mean he couldn’t want one now. This one, anyway.

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