Wednesday Briefs: July 24, 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.

Denied: Chapter Ninety-three by Cia Nordwell
“This is too weird,” Deke said. He stared at me and then smirked. He glanced at Captain. “Guess you two are daddies now.”

“What?” Captain opened his mouth and then shut it. He shook his head.

“You see that fire-breathing sparkly death machine anywhere around here?” Deke looked around in example. “She looked pretty cozy with those ones that looked just like her but left that one with your boy there. And he’s talking to you. I’m thinking she’s basically saying the boy is your problem.” He snorted and started laughing. “Better hope he doesn’t want to nurse or anything,”

Adrift: Chapter 49 by J. Alan Veerkamp

“Do you trust me?” Arad held Roku’s hand in a tight grip, gazing into his eyes. Sitting in the tiger’s lap, he had a magnificent view. A constellation of reflections dotted the brilliant amber, enhancing their already inescapable allure.

Arad wore only a shirt like the day they met, his bare buttocks brushing Roku’s thighs. Neither man had bothered with much in clothing over the last several days because tearing them off so frequently had become tedious and just another impediment. Roku’s glorious muscles were on full display, the fine fur coat glimmering over each ridge and swell. Proof of Roku’s growing arousal rose and bumped between Arad’s cheeks as if the hot pole could find its own path.

In Pieces #62 (15.3) by Julie Lynn Hayes

The sated group walked back to the motel together, then drove the two vehicles around the building to where the clerk had said their rooms were.  Turned out Marge’s room was close to theirs as well.  Ben handed out the key cards to the other members of the band and they separated with promises to meet up in an hour or so. Ryan and Ben then got their things from the trunk, and walked Marge to her room before heading to theirs.

Alone at last.

Ryan felt almost giddy

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