Wednesday Briefs: April 20, 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.

The Garret Farm: Part 28 by J Ray Lamb

Trent kept driving towards Flat River but was just meandering towards it. He didn’t have a specific destination in mind. His mind was replaying the earlier conversation with Sandy over and over.

How did I get so lucky? Trent thought to himself as he kept driving, Don’t count your chickens before they hatch!

As much as Trent was enjoying the throb of Sandy’s crotch in his hand, he felt that he needed to move it. Sandy had put his hand there, but Trent wasn’t comfortable with it after a few minutes. He was smitten with Sandy, the sex this morning…

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Rose and Thorne 6 #20 (4.6) by Julie Lynn Hayes

“Guys, come on, fire alarm!” Benny continued to pound on our closed door, his voice rising above the sound of the alarm. Ethan and I pulled on our clothes in record time. We holstered our weapons as well and emerged fully dressed to find Benny had had the presence of mind to do the same.

“You get used to dressing quickly in prison,” he explained as we three bolted toward the exit. “You never know when you’ll be turned out for something.”

One of the first things I remember being taught in training in Illinois was that in any given situation Don’t panic. Keeping a level head

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Ancalagon: Chapter Eighty-seven by Cia Nordwell
 

Ases buzzed for entry, and Garjah opened the door for him. “Oh, hello.” He looked up to meet his gaze. “I, ah, wasn’t sure if you would be here.”  

“Come in,” I said. I just finished putting out the food Garjah had ordered. I adjusted one plate. “We have a meal prepared, and I need to speak with you.”  

“You do?” Garjah stepped back, and Ases entered our cabin. “Uh, what about? Is it my mech?” He peeked over his shoulder. “It isn’t a threat, I promise.”  

“We know that.” Garjah nodded when I answered Ases’ nervous reassurance. “Though we
 
 

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