Free Fiction Friday – August 26, 2016

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Welcome to Free Fiction Friday. Each week we will provide you will free stories from many different authors. Check in with us each week as not all authors will post each week and new authors will be joining us as we grow.

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Jealousy, Part 16; by Grace R. Duncan:

 
The four of them scrambled around to put themselves back together enough and hurried over to the Jeep. They all watched with baited breath as the car slowed, but kept going. A collected sigh of relief was released when it passed completely.

Not a moment later, the noises from the back seat started up again and could not be mistaken. Hayden and Ian stared at each other, then glanced in the back seat. They’d thrown the open sleeping bag over themselves and gone back to what they’d been doing when they’d been interrupted.

 

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Free Fiction Friday – August 19, 2016

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Magic Unleashed: Chapter 5 – Cold, Hard Light of Day; by Alina Popescu:

 

“You will feel better in the morning.” “Sleep on it.” The expectation of seeing things clearer in the “cold, hard light of day.” I’d never understood these concepts. They’d always been foreign to me. I didn’t feel better in the morning, I felt less. Less anger, less sadness, less desperation. Sure, my mind was rested, I could try searching for better solutions to the problems I was stuck with. But the light of day’s magical powers weren’t that far-reaching.

As if that lack of healing, fixing, and brightening abilities wasn’t disappointing enough, morning light’s effect of dulling my emotions had also disappeared.

 

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Free Fiction Friday – August 12, 2016

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Dream Big; by Tray Ellis:

 

“What do you think?” Aaron nudged Garrett with his foot. They were sitting side by side on the sofa with their feet up on the coffee table. Aaron had their son, Jute, on his lap. Jute was all of four years old and equal parts feisty and sweet. At the moment, since he was asleep, he was exhibiting sweet. An hour ago, he’d been running in circles around their home, screaming at the top of his lungs that he loved trucks.

“Think what?” Garrett asked. He bumped Aaron’s foot back.

 

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Jealousy, Part 15; by Grace R. Duncan:

 
Kane sat back in the booth and stared as Ian and Hayden fed each other. He was feeling distinctly green around the edges. He glanced at his date. “Are you getting as nauseous as I am?”

Kenji chuckled. “Yeah, they’re a bit much, aren’t they?” He turned toward Kane. “Or, we could ignore them altogether.”

“Oh?” Kane asked, turning his attention to Kenji. The guy was hot as far as Kane was concerned. Kenji took martial arts like Kane and Ian did but at a different dojo. He made a comment about switching, though. Something about not being happy with the one he was at, but Kane thought that maybe it was because of him. He was hoping, anyway.

 

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Free Fiction Friday – August 5, 2016

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Claret Decadence; by Tray Ellis:

 
“Now, this is nice.” Max whistled as he entered the room.

“It’s very red.” Lucas nodded. “I don’t remember this from the website.”

“They didn’t have photos of every room.” Max turned a circle in the room. “Even the borders along the ceiling are red.”

“It’s only for a week, anyway.” Lucas thumbed his way through the books piled on a side table. “And someone left a used glass here.”

“The previous guests, I’m sure.” Max picked up the glass. It was a gorgeous stemmed thing, with swirls in the glass, looking like a chalice for drinking wine.

 

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Free Fiction Friday – July 29, 2016

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Jealousy, Part 14; by Grace R. Duncan:

 
Surprisingly, however, Friday did show up pretty quickly when they spent the week hanging out together. They got into something of a routine, spending lunch and the classes they could sitting together. Hayden appeared most of the time between classes at Ian’s rooms and they walked together to the next class. The four of them did homework together after school and invariably Ian and Hayden got distracted with each other toward the end of the afternoon.

With the other two present, they didn’t get to be alone, but they took what they could get. There was plenty of kissing and touching so that by Friday, they were both close to being basket cases.

 

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Free Fiction Friday – July 22, 2016

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Capturing Dominus, Part 2; by Tucker McCallahan:

 

Micah drained the Stolichnaya vodka bottle. He dangled it over the passenger seat before dropping it. The thunk as it hit the floorboard wasn’t half as satisfying as the growl and rumble when he revved the engine. Despite downing all the alcohol he could find, he wasn’t anywhere close to thrashed. He needed to be fucked up. He needed drugs.

As the automatic garage door slowly rose, Micah revved the engine again. The Ferrari purred like a big cat. Tears leaked from the corners of Micah’s eyes. He ignored them. He’d known Dominus had sex with people at the club. Hell, other doctors called him “Dr. Fuck” because of his specialty as a clinical sexologist.

Knowing something and seeing it were two different things.

 

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Free Fiction Friday – July 15, 2016

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Three Colors of the Sky; by Tray Ellis:

 
The room felt cold. Mike reached up to adjust the gym bag strap on his shoulder. The weight of the items inside grew heavier as he walked farther into the room. There was a window to the right, but the sunlight filtering through weakened before dimly glancing off the back of the couch.

The only thing alive in the whole room were a few branches of ferns and leaves, and even those were slated to die. They were stuck into a vase of water and not potted in dirt with living roots.

 

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Free Fiction Friday – July 8, 2016

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Jealousy, Part 12; by Grace R. Duncan:

 
“Hiya gorgeous,” Hayden said in Ian’s ear. Ian spun around from his locker and grinned up at his boyfriend.

“Hi.” He glanced around and, seeing the hall mostly empty, he leaned up and dropped a quick peck on his cheek.

“Is that all I get? Should I be hurt?” Hayden asked, feigning a frown.

“I… didn’t know how… public you’d want to be. I think the four of us are probably the only gay guys in the school.” Ian frowned. “I don’t care, but…” He shrugged a shoulder.

“Neither do I. We’ll probably take some shit in gym class, but…”

 

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Free Fiction Friday – July 1, 2016

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Cold Kisses; by Tray Ellis:

 

Jordan counted the ice cubes as he pushed them through the opening in the old fashioned ice bag. “One, two…eight, nine…nineteen, twenty.” He twisted the cap closed and shook the bag to evenly distribute the contents and then held it up. “Here. Sorry about the, uh–”

“You hitting me in the face?” Bryce took the offered ice bag and gently placed it on his right cheek, against where the bone ran prominently beneath his eye. He’d always been slightly vain about his somewhat chiseled looks, and his broad cheekbones had been a major part of that.

 

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Free Fiction Friday – June 24, 2016

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Jealousy, Part 10; by Grace R. Duncan:

 

He kept his eyes closed, trying to will the color out of his cheeks again. He was infinitely grateful in that moment that his hair covered at least half of his face. He breathed in through his nose and out through his mouth in a vain attempt at finding some calm.

“Kane?” Hayden asked and Ian nodded. He opened his eyes to see a pensive look on Hayden’s face.

“He’s not my boyfriend. You are,” Ian said quietly.

Hayden looked back at him and smiled. “It’s okay.” He shifted in his seat and leaned forward, reaching up and brushing the bangs out of Ian’s face, then closing the last bit of distance.

 

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