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Garjah pressed a spot on the straps and they retracted smoothly. What had he pushed? I didn’t see any button but I could have been free that easy? Not that there was anywhere to go. I didn’t see a way to open the door from the inside either, and the room was small.
I sat up immediately and hissed as my feet touched the floor. They were bare and the pulse of an engine vibrating through the metal disturbed me. “Are we still moving?”
“Yes, but you are awake now so Timok wants me to take you for a meal.”
Phases of Moon: Part 48 by J. Alan Veerkamp
“Still alive?” Wearing a mocking smirk, Sawyer looked awfully proud of making Jimmy lose control.
“Just barely,” Jimmy growled.
Lurching forward, Jimmy claimed Sawyer’s mouth with his own, taking a handful of hair to keep him where he wanted him. Judging by the lack of resistance and encouraging noises Sawyer let loose, he wasn’t complaining. Jimmy found his needy whine more intoxicating than being able to taste himself on Sawyer’s lips. Diving his free hand inside Sawyer’s waistband, he found the substantial source tenting his lended pants. Sawyer pressed closer, grinding into Jimmy’s hand. Jimmy and his wolf were both pleased.
Super Trooper #42 (9.4) by Julie Lynn Hayes
Evan couldn’t help but notice that Chan’s parents were very tidy and well-organized people, which was reflected in their immaculate bedroom. Evan felt almost like an intruder, barging in on their privacy, but he understood that it needed to be done. Luckily, Evan had an idea where they kept their more important papers. He pulled a metal box from the closet and opened it.
“I think this is it.” He seated himself on the bed and began to look through the contents of the box, waving Evan to sit beside him.