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Welcome back to another visit with the Weekend Writing Warriors, the blog hop for anyone who likes to write. I finished NaNoWriMo on Wednesday with a historical fiction project. I’m only about halfway through the story, though. Along with all my other projects I have going. Lots of writing in my future. Just the way I like it. 🙂 Anyway, for today I have more of Hawk’s story. I skipped ahead several paragraphs here, but we’re still in the same scene as before.

When I got there Bull and Devil had joined Icarus already. I could tell Devil hadn’t changed after his run. His shirt had ben darkened by sweat, his hair still wet with it, too. I wanted to run my fingers through it, but I held myself back.

Not that either of the other two men would care. They’d seen me all over Devil before and hadn’t batted an eye. It would be Devil who cared, though. He still wasn’t comfortable with the public displays. And he already looked worked up enough.

The run obviously hadn’t drained away all his tension as it usually helped to.


Comments on: "WeWriWa: “Hadn’t Drained Away”" (12)

  1. Does his reluctance stem from a dislike of PDAs, or from doubts about his sexual orientation?

  2. I love how Hawk knows and understands him so well

  3. They’re a well matched couple and so caring of each other! Terrific snippet…

  4. I love how you combine the tender thoughts with the growing tension. What is Devil worked up about?

    • Thanks. He’s worrying about Hawk and was possibly hoping to find some sign of Hawk’s father while on his run. And take care of the problem before it went any further.

  5. There’s tension but there is tenderness too. I love how he know how Devil feels ❤

  6. Diane Burton said:

    Touching scene. (no pun intended) Instead of following through on his own desire, he thinks about how Devil will react. A good lover would do that. Nice job.

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