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Denied: Chapter Sixty-two by Cia Nordwell
Danie approached me. I put down my fork, suddenly not as hungry as I’d been before. “Hello,” the A.I. said.
I nodded to him briefly, chewing the bite in my mouth. “Hello,” I said politely when I could finally swallow. I had to wash it down, and still it felt like a lump stuck in my throat. “What are you doing here?” That came out harsher than I intended.
“Just getting something to eat.” Danie shrugged and glanced away. “Sorry I bothered you.”
“No, I’m sorry.” I was being rude. “I didn’t mean to say it that way. I just
Here Kitty Kitty: Chapter 16.2 by Carol Pedroso
Simon woke with a smile on his face and a wonderful feeling of contentment. If only they could deal with the Cheryl situation everything would be perfect.
He stretched his legs being careful not to wake Kitryn who was making cute noises in his sleep beside him. The ache in his ass reminded him of the activities of the previous morning. Kitryn had been very gentle and gone very slowly but the ache was inevitable. And it said claimed just as much as the healed scar on his neck.
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Adrift: Chapter 19 by J. Alan Veerkamp
Cheerful whistling drifted from the kitchen and Cullen knew Eli was the source of the tune.
In Pieces #32 (8.5) by Julie Lynn Hayes
Before much time had passed, the rest of Miles’ guests arrived. They wore the same wrecked jeans and T-shirts as the first group, even the girls. Ryan wondered if the choice of attire had been mandatory, or if they all just liked to dress like bums.
There had been no problem with using the folding chair, of course. Ryan set it up on the edge of the makeshift dance floor. He reasoned that he would be out of the way of the kids there, and it would be easier for him to move around when he wanted to take photos. Of course, there was also the fact that he had a more unobstructed view of Ben, who stood at the front of the stage.
In costume, Salvation was pretty impressive.