Free Fiction Friday – May 20, 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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This I Know, Part 2; by Tucker McCallahan:

 

The heavenly scent of genuine Mexican food rolled out the door as it opened. Angel strutted out dressed in jeans and a T-shirt. He looked as good as he smelled. He saw me and did the head-tilt-chin-lift thing that passed as a greeting, but then his lips curved up into a sexy smile.

“Hey china.”

“My name’s Anthony.”

He laughed.

“I like china better. My little brat.”

I ducked my head as a blush stained my cheeks. This guy drove me crazy. He started walking down the alley behind Harvey’s at a brisk pace. I had to jog to catch up to him.

 

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Bad For a Reason; by Tray Ellis:

 

Desi always fell for the bad boys.

He loved the way they slouched, their shoulders impeccably straight even in the midst of full-on hunching. Inevitably, they donned leather jackets and skin-tight denim, almost always black, but sometimes faded on the thighs. The whole thing made Desi’s hands itch with wanting to touch and rub. The leather would be soft from years of wear and the jeans would be threadbare and hardly a barrier to physical contact.

 

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Jealousy, Part 5; by Grace R. Duncan:

 

The knock on the door came at six on the dot. Ian’s eyes flew to Kane, who looked back at him, lips curved. The smile didn’t seem to quite reach Kane’s eyes, but Ian couldn’t figure it out right then.

He answered the door to see Hayden dressed almost exactly the same as he was. The sweater was a V-neck instead of a turtleneck and in red instead of blue, but the jeans were the same and he even wore similar loafer-type shoes. And that incredible smile. Ian smiled back. “Hi.”

“Hi. Ready to go?” he asked and Ian nodded.

“I’m going!” Ian shouted into the house.

“Have fun, honey!” his mom shouted from the back.

 

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