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I ate, but my brain was whirring so fast from thought to thought that I was surprised they couldn’t hear it. Or smell the neurons firing. I swear, it was all flowing through my brain so fast that it was a surprise static wasn’t sparking from my fingers every time I touched my metal fork.
Swallowing a bite of something I didn’t even taste, I glanced at Garjah yet again. He frowned at me. “What? Are you not hungry?”
“They’re staring at me.” The Kardoval were watching us both, though they were attempting to be discreet.
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An Unholy Alliance #7 (2.4) by Julie Lynn Hayes
I have to confess that I didn’t see that coming. His whole family… cannibals… what? Like Mom and Dad and all the fine young cannibals? Sorry, couldn’t help myself. I was flummoxed, at a momentary loss for words. Congrats to him on that, doesn’t happen very often.
Gathering my wits, I blurted out, “Isn’t that dangerous?”
He arched surprised eyebrows at me. “For who?”
Okay, stupid question
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The Garret Farm: Part 3 by J Ray Lamb
It was getting close to lunch time and Murphy was beat. He’d stayed up far too long last night but Colin’s hairless bubble butt was just too much. Alabaster skin, big pink nipples, and completely shaved bare, the only hair on his body on his head, drawn back into a ponytail.
Colin wasn’t supposed to be hired. Hell, Colin wasn’t even supposed to be on the farm.
He worked in town at the meat locker and when Murphy went to get the four sides of beef, they weren’t ready yet. Murphy tried to hide his disappointment but failed.