Wednesday Briefs: January 23, 2019

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.

In PIeces #37 (9.3) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Ryan wasted no time in scrambling onto his bed, into Ben’s waiting arms. He nuzzled Ben’s neck, inhaling him. Ben wound his arms about him, pressing their bodies close together. He tangled his fingers in Ryan’s hair, clutching at him as if he’d never let him go.

Ryan was no virgin. He’d had a few lovers over the past ten years, but none who felt nearly as good as Ben did at this very moment. No wonder his relationships had never lasted. Somewhere in his heart he’d always known Ben was the one, and everyone else was but a pale imitation of him.

Ben was warmth,

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Adrift: Chapter 24 by J. Alan Veerkamp

Arad’s eyes fluttered awake. Had minutes or hours passed? Roku still held him in his iron embrace.  Two rows of teeth continued to gently rest around Arad’s drool soaked shoulder. Rucked up from earlier, his shirt was chilled and clammy from wicking moisture off the DemiShou’s fur, meant it couldn’t have been too long. Although he didn’t feel aroused in any way, so the Syn must have worn off.

All kinds of things told him he should be terrified, but the extra weight felt less like a cage and more like a warm, dozy shelter.

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Tales of the Cabin: Part 14 by J Ray Lamb

It was only late January but yet I found myself day dreaming of summer. I was ready to back outdoors, running around the lake, and seeing Brady and Jackson shirtless around the village.

Brady hadn’t been in contact since he’d canceled our dinner date nor had he returned any texts in the last couple of weeks.

I’d been pouring myself into getting the area incorporated as a town and did all I could to keep from thinking about Brady.

It was after the third week of silence that I finally decided I would text Jackson… 

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Denied: Chapter Sixty-seven by Cia Nordwell

It was cold and dark on the planet’s surface. How many of these planets were we going to go to that were so harsh? Beings had adapted to all sorts of planets, but I honestly got Captain’s desire to retire to a quiet, warm planet. Something with a lot of sun.

“You okay?” Captain asked. He lead the way, while I lagged a step behind instead of walking beside him.

“Fine.” I didn’t like the lack of people in the port. It was good to keep others clear of the shuttle, but it made blending in harder.

Not that there

Here Kitty Kitty: Chapter 17.3, by Carol Pedroso

Kitryn pulled out of the kiss with Simon when he heard running footsteps. A young man skidded around the corner, saw them, and made straight toward them.

“You are needed immediately. The lady with you has been hurt.”

Kitryn set out at a flat run, but Simon still overtook him within seconds. Damn his mate was really getting used to his new powers.

They arrived at their rooms and saw people crowded around one of the couches in the living area.

“What’s going on?” he demanded and pushed his way through to see for himself.

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