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Wednesday Briefs: April 27, 2016

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Moving Forward #32 (7.6) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Marshall watched Lee with a growing amazement as he drizzled chocolate syrup along Marshall’s body, over the mounds of whipped cream. Half expecting the chocolate to be cold, he discovered it was room temperature, and far from unpleasant.

“Want a little shot of this?” Lee asked, once he’d saturated Marshall with the stuff.

“Hell yeah,” Marshall said.

“Open up,” Lee instructed.

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Wednesday Briefs: April 20, 2016

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Demon: Chapter Twenty Two by Nephy Hart

As the door closes on Tian, I turn on Jandra.

“What’s going on?”

Jandra smirks and I hate her. The only thing that stops me slapping it from her face is the knowledge that she is stronger than I, and would overcome me easily.

“Sit down dear. Would you like to play chess? That always calm you.”

“I don’t want to calm, Mother. I’m sick of being kept in the dark all the time. No one ever tells me anything.”

“Stop being such a child, Castien. No one’s interested in your tantrums.”

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Wednesday Briefs: April 13, 2016

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Moving Forward #30 (7.4) by Julie Lynn Hayes

They sat together, sipping their beers, enjoying the laid back music which filled the air. Roger tapped his fingers on the table top in a restless manner. Just when Marshall was about to ask him what was up, Roger spoke.

“You know, I kinda feel like dancing.”

Marshall began to think of polite ways of saying no. Ever since the fiasco at Partners, he hadn’t danced with anyone but Lee, and wasn’t sure he ever would. Roger continued before he had a chance to think of anything.

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Wednesday Briefs: April 6, 2016

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The Stormlords part 27 by Ravon Silvius

The ocean was huge.

The water lapped at Rowen’s toes, pricks of cold that multiplied and rushed up his legs as the water burbled up the sandy beach. The sand reminded him of his village after a windstorm, where sand from the south would blow up into the village and nearly bury the brush. The women would always complain as they swept it from the streets.

The only thing that swept this sand was the sea, ebbing and flowing. It reflected the morning sun, a riot of color and an alternation of cold and warmth. It reminded him of Kristoff.

Kristoff, who today would discover what the villagers believed he had done.

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Wednesday Briefs: March 18, 2015

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At Full Speed #9 by Chris T. Kat

They ate breakfast in companionable silence. Jake leaned back in the booth, patting his stomach after finishing his meal. “That was really good.”

Bruce’s eyes crinkled. “It looked like you were enjoying yourself. I’m glad you liked breakfast.”

“I’m stuffed.” Jake grinned. When the waitress came by to collect their plates, she topped off their coffees. Jake’s good mood deflated as he considered what he’d promised Bruce earlier. How could he have been so foolish to say he’d talk about what happened— andthe reason why he was so skittish around Bruce—without the aid of alcohol?

“Hey Jake, breathe, okay?”

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Wednesday Briefs: February 11, 2015

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Don’t Look Back #33 (6.6) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Once Lee had finished applying sufficient lubrication, Marshall positioned himself between his legs. He carefully and slowly inserted one finger inside of Lee, trying to gauge his reaction.

“It’s fine,” Lee assured him, “keep going.”

Cautiously, Marshall slipped in a second finger. Lee’s muscles were deliciously tight. He could only imagine what it would feel like to be embedded in all that luscious heat. Lee shifted slightly, and Marshall froze in place. He could hear Lee’s breathing hitch just a little, and he started to remove his hand.

“No, you’re good, just hold on a sec.” Lee took a long breath and then released it. “Okay, go ahead.”

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Wednesday Briefs: January 28, 2015

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Double Trouble: Chapter 27by Jon Keys
 
The early spring sunshine felt good against Josh’s bare skin. The slight heat warmed his skin and chased the last of the winter chill from his system. He stretched his arms above his head and grinned to see Trent coming around the corner as bare chested as he was. But Trent didn’t have to be as careful about sunburn with his darker complexion. He pushed the wheelbarrow beside the garden they were about to tackle. Trent glanced up, caught his eye and grinned.
“What are you up to?”
 

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Wednesday Briefs: January 21, 2015

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Aesthetics of Invention: Part 19 by Ravon Silvius

Kenneth watched as a small glass bead wound its way around a series of tubes constructed from what looked like wood, iron and rubber. It finally rolled to a stop, and once it did a tiny door on the top of the contraption opened, a wooden bird emerging from inside and making a peeping noise.

 “A clock, m’lord,” the woman at the stall said. “For the little ones.”

 Kenneth smiled and shook his head. It was cute, but not what he had in mind for Thorn.

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Wednesday Briefs: January 14, 2015

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Let me in, Chapter 2 – By Carol Pedroso

Cade was getting frustrated. He wanted to get to know Louis but the little witch always seemed to disappear before he could talk to him.

He had felt a shock go through him when he touched the man and the scent of him stirred something in him, he wanted to explore those feelings. But first he needed to get Louis to stay in the same room as him for more than a few seconds. Ideally he wanted to get Louis alone, but he would settle for Louis just not running away.

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He sighed as he hung up the phone.

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Wednesday Briefs: January 7, 2015

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Please Let Me In by Carol Pedroso

Louis ran into the clinic locker rooms and quickly starting stripping. He couldn’t believe he had slept through his alarm. He knew he hadn’t been sleeping properly but he hadn’t realized just how tired he had become.
Pulling on his uniform he hurried out the door and headed for the staff room. He arrived with barely moments to spare and slipped into his seat.
Senior nurse Dora was taking the staff briefing and she glanced his way before addressing the entire group.
“Now we’re all here we can begin. We currently have four patients in the clinic. Two vampires, one witch and one psychic.

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