Next Chapter of Rhythm and the Blue Line

Here we go: the penultimate chapter of Rhythm and the Blue Line is up!

It’s available at Literotica, (check new updates), and should be up at soon. Thanks to everyone who has been reading and commenting; all the feedback means a lot, as any writer can tell you. Here’s an excerpt:

Brody checked the lasagna while he waited for Ryan. He hoped she hadn’t gotten stuck in traffic, although he figured she’d call if something like that happened. It seemed strange that the six weeks were over. The only thing wrong was that he wasn’t still playing hockey. Not that he would be even if the team was still in the playoffs. He was improving and would try skating again the next week. Still, he chafed at the restrictions.

The knock at the door jerked him out of his thoughts and he hurried over to open it.


“Hi.” He stood there and grinned down at Ryan until she laughed.

“So are you going to let me in?”

“Just making sure it’s really you.” He leaned down to kiss her and reached for her guitar. “Come on in.”


After her things had been stowed in the bedroom, he reached for her and pulled her into a thorough kiss. She made a pleading sound and he tightened his arms around her, trying to make up for all the lost time. Her fingers toyed with his hair before she wrapped her arms around him and held on.

“God, I missed you,” she said.

“Missed you, too.” Brody held her for a minute, rubbing his cheek against her hair and stroking her back.

“You still have your beard.” Ryan pulled back just enough to look at him and smile.

“I didn’t think it was fair to shave it off until you had a chance to see it for yourself. I thought you might like it.” To prove his point, he leaned in and rubbed his chin against her neck. She yelped and laughed but he wouldn’t let her go.

“Okay, enough!” Ryan couldn’t stifle a few residual giggles even after Brody stopped.

“I knew you’d like it.” Brody grinned.

“So, what smells so good?”

“Lasagna. I figured you probably haven’t eaten.”

She laughed. “It’s been a while, and certainly not anything as good as what you make.” She wiggled her hips against him. “But I could wait a little on the food.”

Brody made some quick mental calculations. “Hold on.” He held her hand and led her into the kitchen, unwilling to let go now that she was here. She laughed as he got out a hot pad, set the lasagna on it and turned off the oven all with one hand.

“There.” He nodded and turned back to her, pulling her close. “Now we’ll have some food for after.”


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