1. Primal Chase (From the Ashes #1) Extended


    Date: 9/5/2016, Categories: Science-Fiction, Alien, Ass to mouth, Coercion, Straight Sex, Gay, Oral Sex / Blowjob, Reluctance, Romance, Author: JessieSnow, Source: sexstories.com

    Jay Williams loved living in the mountains. He loved waking up to the scent of pine. He relished how his cabin floorboards creaked under his footsteps. Even the early-morning chill only soothed by building a fire was refreshing. Nothing compared to chopping wood by the glow of the sunrise. Most of all, he treasured the isolation. He hadn’t always lived alone. There was a time when he woke cradled in another man’s arms. But that chapter of his life was over now. That man was gone, and he was never coming back. Jay tried not to think about it. He tried to enjoy his independence. There were no nosy neighbors, late-night partiers, or salesmen to knock on his door. Unfortunately, there was also no cell phone reception. Or an internet connection. When he spoke to people, it was after a lengthy drive into town. So when his jeep broke down as he was driving home, he was pissed. “No, no, no,” he muttered. “Come on, baby. Don’t do this to me.” His jeep wasn’t known for its reliability, but he liked to think it harbored sentimentality for him after everything they’d been through together. Unfortunately, it was only enough for him to steer onto the shoulder before the stuttering engine died completely. He sighed, turning the key in the ignition. Nothing. No lights, no attempt to start. With a sigh, he met his own eyes in the rearview mirror. They blinked back at him, more grey than blue in the moonlight. “At least it’s a warm night.” He popped the hood and climbed from the jeep, ...
    scratching the dark stubble on his jaw. His boots thudded against the pavement. He didn’t have a working flashlight. The one in the front passenger seat was dead. That was how Murphy’s Law worked, after all. It kicked you when you were down. A breeze lifted the hair from his forehead. It crept beneath his cargo jacket and the hem of his shirt. He shivered. Goose bumps broke out over his skin, making his hair stand on end. Warm or not, the air seemed charged tonight with static electricity. Suddenly, there was an explosion and a brilliant flash of light beyond the treeline. Jay jumped in surprise, instinctively crouching behind the jeep. It was like someone had set off a firecracker. The only difference was how this light didn’t fade after the initial flash. It pulsed, glistening like the Northern Lights. Violet. Magenta. Emerald. His eyebrows drew together in confusion. What the hell? He remained crouched for some time before deciding to investigate. Rational explanations ranged from partying campers to disco hunters, to hikers having a rave. Whatever it was, perhaps it came with a satellite phone and the number for a tow truck. He rose to his full height, decision made. His first order of business was to slam the hood and lock up the jeep. He could only hope no car barreled around the corner in his absence. The chances of being rear-ended were slim, but there was an uneasy feeling in his gut nevertheless. Twigs snapped under his boots as he hiked into the forest. The light grew ...
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