Free Fiction Friday – October 24, 2014


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. Join us in welcoming a new author to our group, Hope Ryan.

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.




The Forest Lord #8; by Tucker McCallahan:

The group found a relatively safe place and set up camp for the night, posting regular watches. In the morning they rose and continued moving further into the Adintana Forest toward the location where Smoke assured T’Riss the first of the thirteen murders took place.

As they traveled deeper into the forest, the foliage never thickened, but the level of light remained a steady low twilight. Ilztafay pranced nervously among the Mechans, tossing her cherry mane. Zak kept one hand on the horse’s neck and glanced up at the canopy of leafy branches above them.

“That makes no sense.”

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The Marine – Relaxation Time; R. Gebhardt:

The little kitten that Jason found on his front step was just adorable. We got some posters made up and when the rain had stopped we went around the neighborhood putting up the posters. I knew that Jason was hoping that no one would come forward and claim the kitten and to be completely honest I hoped the same thing.

It was good being able to actually spend several days together without worrying about me needing to go to the base. It was unplanned so I needed to go to my house to pick up some changes of clothes to bring to Jason’s house.

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Hi Andy/Grace

Always Chapter 8 – Part 2; by Lily G. Blunt:

“So where next, hun, your place or mine?” Edward teased.

“Is your house going to be empty?” I asked.

Edward shrugged and shook his head. “Probably not and we can’t guarantee not being disturbed. I vote we go to your place. I really want some alone time with you, Jay.”

My knees went weak and my cock pulsed in anticipation. “I think you’ve decided for us, not that I’m complaining.” I smiled at him. Edward definitely seemed less nervous with the idea of our intimacy. If anything, he was being more forward and bold, and I loved how he was confidently flirting with me.

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If You Love Something – Chapter 08; A Little More Lillegard: by Lily Velden

Past (David, first year of university)

“Are you a virgin, David?” Erik asked in between hungry kisses, his tongue tangling greedily with mine. We were on my bed with Erik on top of me, both of us grinding our groins against each other, seeking friction.

“Yes and no,” I panted, sucking his tongue back into my mouth. He tasted of mint and coca cola. Fucking delicious.

“How can there be a ‘yes’ and a ‘no’ answer to that question?” he demanded, pulling away to look into my eyes.

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In Case of Emergency (A Naruto Fanfiction); by Sara Testarossa:

Haku and Zabuza had shared a bed for almost as long as they had traveled together.

Zabuza had discovered early on that it was the best way to go about making sure that his weapon and companion was of sound mind. Haku was tormented by frequent nightmares of his past; he dreamed of his father murdering his mother, then himself having to kill the men who were set upon killing him, including his own father. He tossed and turned in the middle of the night, whimpering, then woke up in a cold sweat and crying, upset not just from the dreams but also by the fact that he was weak.

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