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Dec. 28th, 2016 04:15 pm (UTC)
fandom: Veronica Mars
Veronica's fingers traced the scars that littered the muscle.

"I know my abs are a sight to behold, Veronica, but you're embarrassing me," Logan joked.

She tore her eyes away from the horrible scars and looked into his eyes. She wanted to say something serious, but she saw the shadowed look in his eyes. Instead, she half-heartedly agreed, "They are fabulous."

His eyes showed gratitude as he pulled her up and kissed her on the lips. His tongue entered her mouth and stroked against hers.

She whimpered as her hand traveled down his stomach to his erection. She gripped it firmly as she tried to push her thoughts of his scars to the back of her mind.

They were awful, but they symbolized the fact that Logan was a survivor. Just like Veronica.
Dec. 28th, 2016 10:21 pm (UTC)
Flesh and Blood (Romani Detective Original Fiction) - 465 words - Rated PG
“Flex your muscles,” Zayne told James, demonstrating. He bent into a squat, ass out, arms stretched before him. “Squeeze your glutes as you rise up.”

“What are they doing in there,” Hilary asked, peeking around Andrej’s side to get a better look.

Zeklos followed her gaze and admired Zayne’s perfect form. His body was strong and lean, but not bulky with muscle. Reyes was Andrej’s physical ideal in every way. Tall, dark skinned, good looking and a natural born cowboy. James, on the other hand, was more Andrej’s emotional ideal in that he was compassionate, intelligent, and witty. Together, they made the perfect man, even if they had a tendency to argue at times.

“Zayne is helping Jay to put on some muscle,” Andrej explained. “Jay feels he is too – scrawny? Is that the correct word?” James had said one thing and then Zayne had added many more to the list. By the third or fourth adjective, Andrej had been lost.

“Not sure I’d call him scrawny,” Hilary said, giving the redhead an appreciative once over, “but he’s definitely not as big as that other idiot. Slim, wiry or even lanky might work. But not scrawny.”

“I do not understand why Jay is doing this, I think he’s perfect.”

Hilary grinned. “When he’s around you, he probably thinks he’s built,” she joked. “But the more time he spends around Reyes, the more he probably feels like he’s scrawny. Don’t let it upset you, Andy. A little bit of weight is good on a guy.”

“I think that you may be correct,” he said, nodding. “I do not find big, bulky men attractive.”

“Me either,” Hilary agreed, turning her attention onto Zayne again. “That one right there is exactly what I like.”

“Get ready,” Zayne called out to them. “You’re next.”

“Clarify, Reyes,” Hilary joked back. “Who’s next? Me or your other boy?”

“Zek,” Zayne confirmed. “You can already kick my ass, ain’t nothing I can teach you.”

“True story,” Hil chuckled. “But you might want to think twice about putting any muscle onto Andy considering how often you two piss him off.”

“She’s got a point,” James said, transitioning from a squat to a lunge.

“So, we’re in agreement then?” Hilary looked from Zayne to James and then at Andy. “Great, I’m stealing your boyfriend for the afternoon. Have fun being healthy while I stuff him full of ice cream.”

“Wait,” Zayne yelled at the slamming door. “Damnit, I think we just got suckered.”

“Tell me about it,” James grouched.

“We’ll get ‘em back though,” Zayne grunted, lifting a set of dumbbells off the floor. “Come on, two more sets and then we can go have some pizza.”

“Pizza sounds amazing right now,” James agreed, reaching for his matching set of weights. “We’ve earned it.”
Dec. 29th, 2016 12:45 pm (UTC)
Re: Flesh and Blood (Romani Detective Original Fiction) - 465 words - Rated PG
Dec. 29th, 2016 04:36 pm (UTC)
Re: Flesh and Blood (Romani Detective Original Fiction) - 465 words - Rated PG
Thanks! Hope to tackle a few more today!
Dec. 30th, 2016 10:17 pm (UTC)
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