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Re: [Flewelling] New White Road Snippet

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  • Michelle
    Oh man! In one way, my reaction is YAY! Cuddly times for the boys~ And tee hee hee blushing Alec awww~! On the other hand, though, the thought that this is
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 31, 2009
      Oh man!

      In one way, my reaction is "YAY! Cuddly times for the boys~ And tee hee hee blushing Alec awww~!" On the other hand, though, the thought that this is the first action in a long time = Oh noes~! Poor Seregil. Life as a daddy is not so easy.

      I also truly love this line, "Seregil was like a man dying of thirst, and Alec was the spring." <3




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      From: lynn.flewelling <lbflewelling2@...>
      To: Flewelling@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2009 11:12:40 PM
      Subject: [Flewelling] New White Road Snippet


      Enjoy! 100,000th word is "magic"

      The sumptuously decorated ship's cabin was the best accommodation Alec had seen since
      they'd left B�kthersa. Seregil, who had a taste for luxuries of any sort, sprawled across the
      bed at all hours like a big contented catamount. For the first time in a very long time it
      was just the two of them. No Sebrahn. No Reiser, who looked askance at them whenever
      they so much as clasped hands. For the first time in weeks, they could do more than that.
      Seregil was like a man dying of thirst, and Alec was the spring.

      On the third morning out Rhal took one look at them over breakfast and burst out
      laughing, as did Skywake, who was eating with them in the captain's cabin.

      "What's so funny?" asked Seregil.

      "Look in the mirror. You've got matching marks on your necks.

      Blushing furiously, Alec pulled the collar of his shirt up, while the others, even Seregil,
      laughed on. He hated it when things like this happened. Not that he was ashamed of their
      love for each other�far from it�but his father had taught him modesty and their lonely
      wandering life had left Alec ill at ease in personal matters around other people. He kept
      hoping he'd grow out of blushing, but so far he hadn't been that lucky.






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    • wacwil
      All I can say is SQUEAK!!!! I feel like a fan girl all over again! More more more!!! ... From: lynn.flewelling To: Flewelling@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday,
      Message 2 of 6 , Feb 1, 2009
        All I can say is SQUEAK!!!! I feel like a fan girl all over again! More more more!!!


        ----- Original Message -----
        From: lynn.flewelling
        To: Flewelling@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2009 1:42 PM
        Subject: [Flewelling] New White Road Snippet


        Enjoy! 100,000th word is "magic"

        The sumptuously decorated ship's cabin was the best accommodation Alec had seen since
        they'd left Bôkthersa. Seregil, who had a taste for luxuries of any sort, sprawled across the
        bed at all hours like a big contented catamount. For the first time in a very long time it
        was just the two of them. No Sebrahn. No Reiser, who looked askance at them whenever
        they so much as clasped hands. For the first time in weeks, they could do more than that.
        Seregil was like a man dying of thirst, and Alec was the spring.

        On the third morning out Rhal took one look at them over breakfast and burst out
        laughing, as did Skywake, who was eating with them in the captain's cabin.

        "What's so funny?" asked Seregil.

        "Look in the mirror. You've got matching marks on your necks.

        Blushing furiously, Alec pulled the collar of his shirt up, while the others, even Seregil,
        laughed on. He hated it when things like this happened. Not that he was ashamed of their
        love for each other-far from it-but his father had taught him modesty and their lonely
        wandering life had left Alec ill at ease in personal matters around other people. He kept
        hoping he'd grow out of blushing, but so far he hadn't been that lucky.





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      • HBrown9628@aol.com
        Ooh nice one, thank you :-) [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        Message 3 of 6 , Feb 2, 2009
          Ooh nice one, thank you :-)


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