Sunday, 31 July 2011

SSS - Laurel Heights

SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY!


Welcome to another Six Sentence Sunday.  
This week's six is from my completed WIP 
(I've submitted and am awaiting to hear) 
Laurel Heights - let me set the scene

Will and Scott have returned from their first partner-swapping gathering 
at Laurel Heights.  Scott, consumed with jealousy at having to watch
another man touch Will, picks a fight when they get back to the house.

But instead of Will punching him in the mouth, as he thought...
He gets more than he bargained for.


Laurel Heights


“Sco—”  It was Will’s turn to have the words stolen from his mouth as Scott grabbed hold of his shirt and yanked him forward, crashing their mouths together.  He moaned into Scott’s mouth, as the warm wetness of the other man’s tongue forced his lips apart and sucked Will’s tongue into his mouth.  “Fuck,” he groaned, when Scott broke the kiss to slide his lips along Will’s jaw and down the side of his throat, nipping at the fluttering pulse he found there.  “What are we doing?” He all but ripped off the buttons on Scott’s shirt with shaking fingers, desperate to feel the skin beneath. As Scott’s shirt fell to the floor and Will felt the warmth of smooth skin against his hands, he suddenly didn’t care about anything beyond want, right, now!

I hope you enjoyed that little snippet.
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wonderful sixes !

 

11 comments:

  1. HOTTER than hot Lisa- great 6- love the passion here
    dawne P

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  2. Whoa, that's Six Piece with feeling! Great work!

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  3. Great job. Want right now. Good.

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  4. Oh Yeah, Scott is about to get a lot more than he bargained for, something long, thick and hard seems to be on the menu. Hot and steamy.

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  5. fantastic Hawt....and a very true reaction on both parts from such an event.
    cheers
    Liz

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  6. Thanks guys - they certainly do get more than they bargained for, either of them. :)

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  7. I like how you distilled the scene down to the last three words. Good writing.

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