Wednesday Briefs: December 13, 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 #42 (10.5) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Acting on an impulse he couldn’t explain, Roy leaned down and pressed a soft kiss to Dustin’s glowing backside. His skin was surprisingly smooth, and he began to pepper it with more kisses. He thought he heard Dustin moan in response. He kissed his other cheek, still thrusting both fingers inside of the younger man.

“How much more do you want me to stretch you?” he asked in between kisses.

“No more, Dustin said. “I’m ready. Please. Now.”

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Denied: Chapter Eight by Cia Nordwell

“Yes. It’s all yours. You control who comes in. All you have to do is place your hand on the sensor and it will open.”

I looked at the pad inside the door. “From inside?”

“Yes, Cohen. You are not a prisoner on my ship, you’re a guest. It is probably best that you don’t wander around alone, since I don’t want you to get lost, but you’re not trapped here. If you wish to go out, just hit this button which will page the bridge. Someone is on duty at all times and can provide you with assistance.”

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Here Kitty Kitty,: Chapter 2.3 by Carol Pedroso

Simon quickly covered the basics of how he’d been turned into a vampire…. “Now you see, I may be a vamp but that means shit. I’m still not sure you’re not somehow making me see things.” Simon sat back against the wall of the cave and crossed his arms. “So, I’ve told you my story. What’s yours, Kitty.” Simon threw in the name Fran had called Kitryn on a whim and almost snorted at the hiss Kitryn let out.

“I am not a kitty.” Kitryn spat. “I am a mountain lion shifter. I was born a long way from here and after I left I moved around a lot.

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