Wednesday Briefs: June 10, 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.

Adrift: Part 6 by J. Alan Veerkamp

Two sets of tiny chests swelled and deflated as the twins slept soundly in their crib. Freshly fed, their cherubic faces gave no indication of the chaotic night before. Small puffs of air came through their tiny pursed lips, sweetening their appearance and hiding the duality of their nature. Fergus leaned over the crib, his calloused fingertips ghosting over the wisps of dark hair on their heads, taking care not to disturb them. Royal and Regis hadn’t slept last night, but he couldn’t be prouder.

“The odds were against you. You know that, don’t you, Roy? Don’t you, Reg?”

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Unicorn Quests: Chapter Thirty-two by Cia Nordwell
 

“Ha, ha, ha,” cackled Balasamar. “Perfect!”

Londe was magnificent, was perfect, his white coat shining in the sun, his horn sparkling as he threatened the enemies who dared try to harm me, his mate.

And it was exactly what they wanted. What they needed. “Londe, no!” I shouted, even calling through our bond to get his attention, but his anger was so strong he didn’t hear me, couldn’t, over the pure rage. I had missed how much the attack on me had hurt him, had damaged our bond, when I had been taken from his side.

I’d been so focused

Super Trooper #20 (3.6) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Chan set his beer on the coffee table, set his plate beside it, then moved closer to Evan and enveloped him in a hug. Maybe it was impulsive of him, but the embrace just felt right. He heard Evan release a sigh and relax into Chan’s arms.

“What did I do to deserve this from you?” Evan said softly.

“It’s just for being you,” Chan replied honestly. He turned his face up toward Evan’s, trying to gauge the other man’s emotions. Evan’s eyes seemed a little wet.

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A Mother’s Wrath (Short scene) By Carol Pedroso

“If you touch my child, I promise you, death would be considered a prize in the world of pain I’ll create for you!” Dee shifted one hand into a clawed paw and pushed her now ex-bonded mate and Alpha into the wall.

Alpha Steven’s eyes went wide as he tried to backtrack.

“I didn’t mean I would harm him. I was just clarifying the rules in regard to banished members.”

Dee glared. “That is not what you said. You said if you ever saw his faggot ass in your territory again you’d have him killed on sight. “

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