#RainbowSnippets *~* December 31, 2016 & January 1, 2017 *~*

As a way to celebrate the New Year, I’m doing a double feature #RainbowSnippet. We are going to see were Elliott and Vincent stand. Plus, I’m going to share a snippet from my holiday short story, Tow Truck’s & New Year Kisses since today’s New Year’s Eve.

I hope you all have a great 2017 to come, fill with happiness, health, and a lot of free time to read. See you all next weekend!

Week 6 of 52: Elliott’s POV [story continues right after the last entry]

Instantly, Elliott moved toward Vincent, pulling him up the floor by the throat. He then realized his mistake. The demon was taller and wider than him; most likely, stronger too. He looked up to dark pupils that dared him to attack, and he wanted to. Instead he let go and turned around. Shaking his head slightly to break the lust away from his head. Those eyes had showed him Vincent’s longing and buried fantasies, and it was strange to be the main player in all of them. The demon had a wicked side Elliott wanted to explore, but all could be a trick from his father. Vincent had been Hell’s second for decades, and who knew what deals he had with the devil.


In the next snippet, you will see how Patrick and Scott received the New Year. Enjoy!

“Two…one… Happy New Year!” everyone shouted in unison. Scott smiled. Beside them, Evan had knelt in front of Larissa and placed the engagement ring on her finger. Kisses and hugs started all around as people celebrated and noticed the good news. Scott turned to look for Patrick, and his breath caught. Patrick’s dark eyes were framed by his long black hair, now loose and disheveled without the fedora. The lust in those eyes had him pinned and shivering. Before Scott figured out Patrick’s intentions, the man grabbed the back of Scott’s head, pulled him closer, and pressed their lips together.


Rainbow SnippetsRainbow Snippets is a group for LGBTQ+ authors, readers, and bloggers to gather once a week to share six sentences from a work of fiction–a WIP or a finished work or even a 6-sentence book recommendation.



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