Free Fiction Friday – June 3, 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.

Here is a list of all the authors posting free fiction 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. Remember to follow the site to be notified when we post the latest updates.

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Jealousy, Part 7; by Grace R. Duncan:

 

Kane didn’t wait to see Hayden go back to his Jeep or drive away. He stepped away from the window and went back to his bunk. He rolled onto his side, facing the wall, his back to the room. He had no idea why it bothered him to see Ian kissing someone else, but the feelings that had stormed through him when he’d seen them lean in had really messed with him.

When Ian came into the room and heard the quiet, “Kane,” he ignored it. Hopefully, Ian would think he was asleep…

 

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Capturing Dominus; by Tucker McCallahan:

 

“He’s in the main room again.”

Dr. Gregos Kalogeros, better known as Dominus, paused in the act of skinning his honey-colored hair back into a short ponytail. Irritation and amusement warred on his face. Amusement won, and he smiled as he secured his hair with a rubber band.

“Have Ayana make sure nobody touches him.”

“Yes, Dominus.”

“Kel?”

Club D’s manager paused and raised an eyebrow as he regarded the owner.

“Is he dressed?” Dominus asked.

“That would be open to interpretation. He’s covered…but not by much.”

“He’s a fucking minor.”

“I know exactly how old he is.”

“I’ll be out in thirty minutes.” Dominus took a deep breath as Kel left the room. Micah was going to drive them all insane.

 

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Constancy; by Tray Ellis:

 

Aaron hardly ever said the words ‘I love you’, but his love was evident in everything he did. Even if sweet words of adoration never dropped from Aaron’s lips, his actions spoke louder than mere words could ever have sounded.

The love was there when Aaron woke twenty minutes earlier than Riley almost every morning to put the coffee on so it would be piping hot by the time Riley climbed out of the shower. The love was there when the fridge was perpetually stocked with cream and the sugar jar filled to the brim.

 

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