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Wednesday Briefs: April 23, 2014

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Dallas in Wonderland II: Chapter Fourteen: by Julie Lynn Hayes:

Their luck seemed to be holding. They’d found a convenient ford, one shallow enough to wade across without having to swim. Campbell suggested they remove their shoes, which seemed a sensible idea. Dallas held his in his left hand. The right was held tightly within Campbell’s secure grasp. They picked their way across the strawberry waters, emerging intact on the other side, none the worse for wear.

Despite being where they were, and despite the way they’d gotten there, Dallas found himself in high spirits. Campbell’s presence—his easy smile and unfailing good humor—were infectious. Even if, for just one dark moment, Dallas wished that Samuel were here, that Samuel was smiling at him in that way. But he pushed that thought aside and decided to enjoy the moment, and the company of his friend.

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Wednesday Briefs: April 16, 2014

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Second Shot – the Senior Year, CH 28: by Andrew Q. Gordon:

Staring into his closet, Jason realized how long it had been since he and Peter had gone on a real date. Sure they’d gone out alone, but nothing like a real dress up date in months. Sadly this date wouldn’t be only about them.

“You going to decide what to wear some time tonight, Soccer Boy?” Peter’s use of that old nick-name made Jason smile.

“It’s not every day I get a date with a really hot guy. Can you blame me for wanting to look good?”

“You don’t need to put on clothes for that, you look really good already.”

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Wednesday Briefs: April 9, 2014

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Controller – Chapter 25 : by Jon Keys:

Eli wasn’t joking. I was on the shit list with him. The drive to his parents house had been quiet. Not really tense, just quiet. I decided I was in enough trouble, I wasn’t going to push the issue. Besides, I had to worry about meeting Eli’s mother. And I knew how important she was to him. We pulled into the driveway and sat for a moment before Eli turned to me.

“Well, this is it. You ready to meet my mom?”

I nodded agreement, but the voice sounded more like the squeak of someone going through puberty. “Okay, cool.”

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Wednesday Briefs: April 2, 2014

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Lost Inside: Chapter 15; by Cia Nordwell:

“Fuck you, asshole.” Benny flipped off the driver who swiped the parking spot he’d waited for.

“Not very nice.” Yuri crossed his arms over his chest.

“His smirk as he stole my spot wasn’t nice either,” Benny snapped.

“Maybe he has an emergency. That’s what that sign says over there.” He pointed at the sign to the Emergency Room doors.

“I doubt it.” Benny was pretty sure the guy was just a jerk. Yuri didn’t seem to think bad of anyone though. It made him worry that his mate might trust the wrong person.

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Wednesday Briefs: March 25, 2014

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.

This week we welcome a new flasher –  Jim Dunaway to our group.

It’s All in the Tips #9: by; A.R. Von:

Our eyes meet and a spark alights in his pupils. His touch…even though it’s just a light brush of his fingers against my flesh, feels incredible. I can’t begin to explain the heat that’s traveling from his digits to the tips of my ears, straight to my erotic core. My pussy is fluttering and soaked to the point I feel it cooling against my panties.

I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s eventually a wet spot on my jeans.

So turned on and unknowing of what I should do. I cross and uncross my legs. Trying to relieve some of the tingles accumulating…

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Wednesday Briefs: March 19, 2014

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.

This week we welcome a new flasher – TC Collins to the fold.

Trouble Comes in Threes – #4.2: by; M.A. Church:

Dolf followed Tal to the main bedroom. “We need to get these clothes off him and quickly. I can feel him shaking. I’m going to sit down in that chair by the bed and start undressing him. I need you to go to the bathroom and wet a washcloth for me. I’ll hold it to the wound while we finish undressing him.”

Tal hurried to the master bath. Dolf sat. Moments later, he heard the water running. Tal returned, and Dolf moved Kirk around in his arms so he could hold the washcloth against the wound.

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Wednesday Briefs: March 12, 2014

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Sunrise: by Victoria Adams:

The pressure of J’dol’s lips on Sian’s caused her heart to flutter. She melted into his body as he tightened his embrace. She felt his hips press against hers as her breasts molded against his firm chest. Never had a moment been so perfect. The two of them standing by the edge of a lake, warm sun shining down as they passionately kissed.

With a confused gasp, Sian found herself ripped from J’dol as he stepped back. What had gone wrong? She cast her gaze over his face? It was lined with confusion and sadness.

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