Wednesday Briefs: January 3, 2018

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 3.2 by Carol Pedroso

Kitryn glared at Simon and could tell the young vamp was trying hard not to laugh. Okay, so, yes, he possibly, maybe, almost definitely looked ridiculous hanging by his middle from a tree. But, really. Did the guy have to laugh at his face?

“Are you going to stand there waving at me all day or get on with the scolding?” Simon’s voice still held amusement. “Of course, you could say thank you to me for getting you down.”

Kitryn rolled his eyes. “Thank you,” he snapped out. he knew he sounded ungrateful, but his middle still hurt from hanging

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The Sheriff $45 (11.3) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Roy released Dustin with a contented sigh. “Been wanting to do that for a while,” he admitted.

“Me too,” Dustin agreed.

“So, how you doing?” Roy asked. He opened up the fridge and pulled out two bottles of beer which he handed to Dustin before taking out two more and closing the door. “You feeling okay about tonight? I don’t want you to have any second thoughts about what we’re doing.”

“I don’t,” Dustin insisted. “I just want it to be over, that’s all.

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Denied: Chapter Twelve by Cia Nordwell
 

Lakshou and Captain stared at me, like I was going to break apart or run screaming. But… I’d had years to experience the horrors of what they did to me. The digging around in my brain. The tests. Things I’d done even when I didn’t want to.

I’d hoped they were all in my head, visions as I’d been held immobile in my cell.

But I’d crushed that box. Just like I’d crushed…. Nausea swirled in my belly.

Maybe I’d left my cell before Captain had rescued me. If that was true…

“You have to take us back. Or put

Double Trouble: Chapter 117 by Jon Keys
Danny messed with his tie and grumbled. But when he saw his grandfather staring at him with his arms crossed and looked very serious. But he refused to give up the argument they were having.
“I hate ties and no one else will wear them. It’s  stupid, wearing a suit and tie under my gown. It’ll be hot and miserable. Some of the guys are wearing shorts underneath so what difference does it make?”

“You’re not wearing shorts under your graduation gown. End of discussion. So far as the tie… that’s Trent’s idea. I’m here to make sure you don’t do something you’ll regret.”

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