Working again

Ah, this feels good. Just thought I’d mention that I’m about 14K into book 2 of the Rose Family Chronicles! Just so you know, it’s not Reese and Luc’s book. This time around, Darien and Chris spoke up first so they get the second spotlight. I’ll post some more about the Rose family and Rosenton in … Continue reading

Baseball Dad

Originally posted on Fiction with Friction

New characters this time. Hope you like it.

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©2009 Jet Mykles, all rights reserved

Sure, he’d said, I can take Baxter home. No problem.

Jess swallowed, trying not to grip the steering wheel too hard. Beside him, the eight year old chattered on about the baseball game his dad was taking him to the next night, listing all the players he was going to see, their stats as well as his personal opinions about them. Jess listened with half an ear, enough to keep up with the conversation, but not enough to silence his inner panic. Continue reading

Stay – Wonderland 4

This entry is part 4 of 4 of Wonderland

Originally posted on Fiction with Friction

Graphic sex ahead. NOT SAFE FOR WORK

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©2010 Jet Mykles, all rights reserved

Grant didn’t often wake with company. His trysts, both male and female, tended toward fun and fast with no strings attached. In fact, he was known as a go-to guy for a casual fuck among his friends and co-workers. Perhaps not the best reputation to have, but it worked for him.

So it was really weird to wake up with Nicky in his bed. Continue reading

Make Me Yours – Wonderland 3

This entry is part 3 of 4 of Wonderland

Originally posted on Fiction with Friction in 2009

NOT SAFE FOR WORK

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©2009 Jet Mykles, all rights reserved

“Grant.” From his seat on the small couch, Max held up the embossed photo album, smiling from ear to ear. “Thank you.”

Grant returned the smile and raised his drink in acknowledgment of thanks. “Happy holidays, boss man.”

Max twisted to face the smaller man seated beside him. “And you.” Setting the album on the table before him, Max disregarded the crowd surrounding them as he loomed over Ferris, forcing the smaller man back against the arm of the couch. “Thank you. For everything.” Continue reading