Wednesday Briefs: February 23, 2022

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.

Rose and Thorne 6 #12 (3.2) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Beautiful blue eyes certainly ran in this family. As did good looks. And killer smiles. Okay, not Joe Junior, but all the rest were good-looking people. At least from the outside.

I hung back as uncle and nephew hugged it out. Deciding I should make myself at least somewhat useful, I retrieved our suitcase and set it on the floor.

“It’s so good to see you, Ethan,” his uncle was saying. “You’ve become quite the looker, you have. Breaking all the hearts?”

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Garret Farm: Part  24 by J Ray Lamb

After Sandy and Trent left, Murphy called up Jason and they went over to make quick work of Trent’s wall. As Trent had said, it was just a couple of sheets of of broken drywall and no other structural damage. An hour later and they had the new drywall up and drywall mud applied. To speed things up, they cranked the heat in Trent’s house, set up a dehumidifier, and left the house. They wouldn’t be back before Trent got home, so they texted him to warn him to stay at Murphy’s house or to get a room in town.

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Ancalagon: Chapter Seventy-eight by Cia Nordwell
 
Sleep was not my exactly what I’d planned when we left the park, but by the time we got back to our quarters and Bouncer had found his spot in the corner of our room on the blanket he dragged off the bed, I was too tired to do anything else. The bed was soft, but I almost felt like I was going to float away laying on it. I appreciated the weight of one of Garjah’s arms and his legs tangled in mine. I hadn’t noticed the lower gravity while we were up and moving, but it was disturbing
 
 

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