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“You would begrudge me some time to judge your intentions?” She straightened, her body poised but her face calm as she folded her hands in her lap. “I know my father and his intentions. I guessed at Anyas. I guessed at yours. What I knew and hoped for was enough to prompt me to action, but a wise person doesn’t recklessly move forward without the most intelligence possible.”
“Wise.” Deke snorted. “You’re practically a—”
“Shh! Watch your tongue,” Anyas snapped, cutting him off with a violent wave of his hand.
The girl’s melodic laugh broke the tension that was
Adrift: Chapter 32 by J. Alan Veerkamp
When Arad woke up, he found himself in his bed instead of curled up on the floor where he’d drifted off holding Roku. The DemiShou was already gone, the absence a profound ache after the night before. Dressing quickly despite his newfound mood, Arad headed out hoping to find the wayward tiger. It didn’t take long. There were only so many hiding spaces on the Ansariland.
Eating alone, Roku paused, food centimeters from his mouth when Arad entered the galley.
“Couldn’t sleep?” Arad asked.
Roku barely grunted in response.
Arad gathered a meal for himself in spite of a lack of hunger.
This time Alec refused to become embarrassed by the teasing Pete was giving him. He traced his cold bottle over the underside of his thick cock. He was surprised when Pete did nothing more than flex his cock. With that he gave Pete a studied gaze. “I’m liking everything I’m seeing. Turn around and let me see that great butt of yours.”
Here Kitty Kitty: Chapter 19.1 by Carol Pedroso
Tristan blinked awake when he realized someone was in the room with him. Casting his magic out he frowned when he got a familiar feeling from the person but couldn’t place them.
A face appeared over the edge of his bed and he let out a very manly squeak.
“Fran, what are you doing in my room? You almost gave me a heart attack.”
Tristan stopped talking when he saw her eyes in the dim moonlight filtering through the lone window.
“The time is near for magic to fight magic.
“Mind will fight mind
“And life as it is
In Pieces #44 (11.3) by Julie Lynn Hayes
Ryan’s cheeks flamed with sudden heat, and he found himself momentarily tongue-tied. The man’s arms were wrapped about his waist, and their unexpected and intimate proximity was throwing him for a loop.
“You must be quite a fan of the band, what with all the pictures you’ve been taking,” the man continued. He made no move to release Ryan, leaning in closer, as if to make sure the sound of his voice carried over the noise of the crowd around them, as well as that of the band.
Belatedly collecting himself, Ryan stepped back, breaking the man’s hold.