Wednesday Briefs: April 8, 2020

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.

Unicorn Quests: Chapter Twenty-three by Cia Nordwell

Tinn’il took one look at the mist and withdrew inside my cloak. I glanced over my shoulder. “Londe?” His horn was glimmering, but he was calm.

“I don’t sense anything.”

Anything evil, he meant.

“Are we going in there, Papa?” Colete asked. She was leaning on Londe. He hung his head over her healing withers, gently nosing her cheek.

“We have to, Tera says. This is the way to Tinn’il’s family.” I didn’t want to take my family through the mist, but I couldn’t leave them behind unprotected either.

“I keep telling you I’m not your enemy,” Tera said. She

Super Trooper #11 *2.7) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Evan hadn’t expected that, to be honest. Chan’s mouth on his cock felt amazing, warm and inviting. He was not such a strict disciplinarian that he grew angry if a man deviated from what he was told to do. In fact, Evan appreciated that Chan chose to show some initiative. That meant he was into this as much as Evan was.

And what Chan did next took Evan by surprise. He began to hum around Evan’s cock. Evan had never had this done to him before. The musical murmurs against his flesh were creating vibrations that pulsed through him in waves. He’d never known a blow job could be this good.

But he had to be careful.

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Here Kitty Kitty: Final Chapter by Carol Pedroso

Everyone gathered in the large meeting room of the den. All the people who had started out on the mission, plus all the rescued people, plus extras like Tristan’s father. It was standing room only.

The gathering was an informal goodbye celebration. It had been over a month since Cheryl had been killed. The council had ratified the group’s actions and the case was closed.

Now was the time for everyone to decide where they went from this point on.

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