Gervais enters the coffeeshop a little apprehensively. Brett and Aaron are in the corner and give him a wave, They insisted on being here just in case. Gervais agreed, they will be less of a distraction than any of his friends. “You look really hot tonight.” Brett says unable to take his eyes off Aaron for a second. He still isn’t used to them being … Continue reading Blue skies ahead 6
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“I’ve wanted to get you alone all day. You’ve been teasing me with that butt wiggling. Your t-shirt kept getting caught up, showing off your smooth skin. You are such a naughty boy, being such a tease.” DeShawn says. Paulie trembles, shivers at the coldness in DeShawn’s voice. Willing to do anything. The two are alone in the apartment. Magnus is driving Bea and Grant … Continue reading Blue skies ahead 5
Liam and Bea are having a ball shopping. Grant and Birch tagging along to pick up the tab. Being around his old friends, Grant has reset his priorities. He and Birch are back to being good friends. While Grant still has a jealousy of Birch’s success it is now a healthy jealousy that motivates him and he is no longer bitter about their differing levels … Continue reading Blue skies ahead 4
“Are you sure you are okay with this?” Bea asks. “If I didn’t have school I would be doing the same. I want you safe. You still have some fake passports right?” Chris asks. “Yeah, technically I have not had my Bea identity restored. I planned to change my name when I got married. So I’ll be travelling on my last identity legitimately. And Grant … Continue reading Blue skies ahead 3
“It is just so tempting to run.” Blue says. “We don’t need to now. You have me and a whole army of friends. No one is going to get hurt. Your momma was prepared and is safe. Bea and Chris are right here and will be safe too. Paul and Lana’s dad are on the news every night. People will want to find them. Get … Continue reading Blue Skies ahead 2
I don’t believe in the afterlife or angels or spirits. Yesterday would have been mum’s birthday. I’ve had a rough couple of weeks, a struggle over whether to keep writing, my dad had been sick, I’m not feeling settled at work and I’ve been a bit of a hermit. Black clouds had truly settled in. Yesterday my dads health took a big leap for the … Continue reading A better day