This week our authors are writing original short stories to include the prompt "massage". Click on the name of the author to go to his or her page to read the short story. We love comments! Should we continue with our stories or start new ones? Express your opinion. We hope you'll come back every week. Thanks for stopping by.
Stefan Ellery (YA Sci Fi)
Paul laid in bed unable to think beyond what was out there in the night. What struck the ground and left a glow that continued on for hours. There was no fire. He was sure he would know if there were. The trees were intact and only the birds fled. Besides if their were a fire would he not see the flames licking the tops of the trees?
J.R. Jenkins (Contemporary romance)
Her hands feel like heaven on my back. They’re soft, sweet, and warm. All of the things I’ve missed about women all rolled into one. It’s enough to make me reconsider my no dating rule.
Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy (Fantasy)
"Magic Fingers Massage"
Too many hours, a day stretching from sunrise to long after sunset left Daphne with just enough energy to sprawl across the bed in the cheap motel room she’d rented. With the convention in town all the name brand chain hotels were booked and it’d taken over an hour to find this little homegrown motel on the old highway loop.
Kathleen Tighe Ball (Contemporary Cowboy Romannce)
Summer rushed around making sure that everyone was packed and ready to leave. Personally she couldn’t wait to get off the ship and never look back. Maybe she had been the one that walked away from Stone’s explanations but seeing him massaging a total stranger by the pool last night broke something inside her.
The fire Alexandra felt from Billy’s lips drove her insane. Could she be living a dream that she was about to wake up from? She took a quick peak at Billy whose eyes remained closed.
Siobhan Kincade (Paranormal Romance)
Markus lay across the bed, face down with his legs propped up on a pillow. He hated himself for not being able to do more for Sadie and the rest of their clan.
Linna Drehmel (Sci Fi )
Second Councilor Fredrik is a happy person. He has always found joy in service to the HEART. He had never wanted anything more than to serve the HEART of their world and to serve the HEARTs children. It was all he ever wanted.
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