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“Oh, thank the spirits. You found him, Tera!”
“Daddy, Daddy, Daddy!” The locus poked his head out of my cloak, and his eyes couldn’t be any bigger. Those ears were unrolled and standing up straight, quivering.
“Who are you? What have you done with our son? If you harm him, nothing will save you from a torturous existence before a gruesome death,” a female hissed.
Their faces were larger versions of the little Being’s in my arms, the female’s features leaner with a sharp chin. I couldn’t tell their coloring, since they were appearing in the flames. But the young
Super Trooper #10 (2.6) by Julie Lynn Hayes
This must be how a bride feels on her wedding day.
Chan was almost giddy with excitement, secure within the warmth of Evan’s strong arms. He couldn’t decide which fantasy appealed to him more—the wedding day scenario or the trooper and the speeder story. Then he decided it didn’t really matter, as long the end result was the same. He would just follow Evan’s lead and do as he instructed.
Chan had a full-sized bed, which he’d acquired second-hand when he moved into the apartment, one which was more than adequate for his needs. He’d never brought anyone he’d dated to his home before. His limited experience with men
Here Kitty Kitty: Epilogue Part Six by Carol Pedroso
Tristan rolled his eyes at his mates antics. Carl was chasing Kitryn round the training cave trying to get his trousers back. They had just finished their work out and Kitryn had snuck in and stolen the trousers off the bench.
Tristan leant back against the wall and watched Carl’s long legs eating up the distance. The tight workout shorts left very little to the imagination and Tristan was enjoying the view.
Kitryn’s cat was fast but not fast enough. He dodged and ducked but Carl was faster and grabbed one end of the trousers.