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quote 2018-06-22 11:00
Flashing those perfect teeth, he stood on his tip toes and kissed Giovanni's cheek. “It was really, really hot,” he whispered, his hand lifting to touch the buttons on his shirt.
As green eyes flicked up to meet his gaze, he couldn't help himself. He caught the kid's head in his hand and dragged him into one last kiss. Their lips met halfway and it was intense right from the start.
Darren opened his mouth and whined, as he struggled to maintain the height difference. With his back already sore, from various uncomfortable positions last night, Giovanni grasped his thighs and lifted him off his feet.
A long, low 'mmph' accompanied Darren's rush to wrap legs around his waist. A tongue battled with his, as Giovanni blindly reached for the back of the armchair and managed to slid over the arm into the seat. He landed with a bump, but ignored it in favour of feeding on Darren's delicious mouth. He was on the verge of dragging him back to bed.
“Wow!”
Giovanni gently pushed Darren's chest, until they stared at each other in surprise. In unison, they looked over Darren's shoulder towards the door to the living room, where one of the youngest members of the frat house stood. “What are you gawking at?” he bit out, frustrated that they'd been interrupted.
The kid flinched and grabbed the strap of his bag, with both hands. “Um...only the hottest thing I've ever seen,” he claimed.

Underneath It All

book 4 in the Decadent Series

by Elaine White

 

Source: smarturl.it/Decadent.Series1-4
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quote 2018-06-18 07:20
“Show me a hero, and I'll write you a tragedy.”

 F. Scott Fitzgerald

― F. Scott Fitzgerald

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Show me a hero, and I will write you a tragedy.” ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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quote 2018-06-15 11:00
It had been a shitty night, so it was fitting that it should end with rain.
He closed his eyes and lay where he was, ready for it to stop. The rain, the cold, the pain, the aches, the blood choking the back of his throat, the metallic taste on his tongue. He wanted an off switch to his life; to get it over with. There wasn't much point fighting; he didn't have anything to fight for. He had his family and Levi, but something in his heart said that wasn't enough anymore.
He didn't want to be alone.

Right Kind of Wrong

book 3 in the Decadent Series

by Elaine White

 

Source: smarturl.it/Decadent.Series1-4
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quote 2018-06-08 11:00
“Wait a minute. Are you saying that if I wanted to…” he asked, but found that he didn't want to
embarrass Grayson by saying it. His eyes went there any way. They focused on his crotch
without shame, wondering if he would get to remove clothes.
“Yes,” he nodded.
“And you'd let me? Why?” he asked, too stunned to do anything else but ask.
“Because it's not your fault I'm straight. And it's not your fault you're attracted to me. If I can't give you everything you want I can at least give you a birthday to remember, right?” Grayson smiled.
Konnor felt like kissing him so hard he wouldn't be straight any more.

The Other Side

book 2 in the Decadent series

by Elaine White

 

Source: smarturl.it/Decadent.Series1-4
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quote 2018-06-06 13:49
'Shallan grinned. "Have you ever considered, bridgeman, that bad art does more for the world than good art? Artists spend more of their lives making bad practice pieces than they do masterworks, particularly at the start. And even when an artist becomes a master, some pieces don't work out. Still others are somehow just wrong until the last stroke.
"You learn more from bad art than you do from good art, as your mistakes are more important than your successes. Plus, good art usually evokes the same emotions in people - most good art is the same kind of good. But bad pieces can each be bad in tyheir own unique way. So I'm glad we have bad art, and I'm sure the Almighty agrees."'
Oathbringer: Book Three of the Stormlight Archive - Brandon Sanderson

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