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Due Frisky 1
76 pages, digest-sized.
- Little Mr. Marker by Ruth Devero
Amazing how much like a wolf Ray
could look when he lowered his head and smiled over that long nose--a
scheming wolf. Let a wold save your life, and you pay and pay and--.
- In The Closet by Jeannie Marie
Benny just smiled at me as he dragged
me to the janitor's closet...
- A Cabin In The Woods by Khylara
Back to back cases had left Ray with
barely enough time to breathe, much less spend any of it with his lover.
- Just One Kiss by Rachael
Two days in a car with Fraser? He'd go
insane, and not just because he'd have to obey the speed limit and use his
- Yankee Rump Roast And Canadian Cream by Vixen Foxx
They resumed the
long, snow-logged walk, moving awkwardly while Diefenbaker trotted easily
ahead of them. Ray concentrated on just trying not to break his neck.
- Holding You by James Walkswithwind
He adored dancing with Benny, he
was such a good lead that all Ray ever had to do was put himself in Benny's
arms and hold on.
- Thief of Hearts by Ruth Devore
He straightened in his chair, took a
breath, looked into those clear eyes, shining in that perfect face. He
looked at his own hand and heard his voice say, as if from a distance,
"Well, you got me."
Due Frisky 2Contents include:
86 pages, digest-sized.
- Perfection by Khylara
Reaching up, he fingered the gold crucifix
around his neck. God, he felt dirty. The man was his best friend, the one
person he had no right thinking about like that. No right at all.
- Poetry Cycle by Elaine Walker
- The Gift by Lee Owers
In any case, he wanted his gift to be special,
something which Ray would never have thought of acquiring for himself.
Better still, something it was only in Fraser's power to give him.
- Rainy Days and Sundays by Jeannie Marie
He was smiling by the time he
reached the bottom [of the stairs], walking with a jaunty step toward the
kitchen. With his whole family scattered hither and yon for the weekend, he
and Benny were enjoying some rare time alone in his home. Since they hadn't
told his family yet about their relationship, they had to be terribly
- It's Later Than You Think by Mireille
Francesca's relentless pursuit
of Fraser was really beginning to get to him. Not that he had any right to
be jealous ‚ Fraser had shown no sign of interest in either Vecchio sibling,
more's the pity ‚ but he couldn't help it. He just wondered how long he
could stand hearing her pine after Fraser before he burst out with "Back
off, Frannie, I saw him first!"
Due Frisky 3Contents include:
- Heat Rash by Trish Darbyfeld
"Heat rash? It's only 80! Wait until we
get into the high nineties, then you'll have heat rash."
- Predictable by Cybel Harper
Maybe it was the clean mountain air, or
-- he thought of the nearly finished cabin with pride -- the satisfaction
that comes with a job well done. Or maybe it was just being here with
- One Sweet Kiss by Khylara
- Keeping The Faith by Annick Walker
What if he was too late, what if
she had gotten there before him? Would she really kill Fraser, or would she
try to persuade him to leave with her? Which would be worse?
- Over The Line by Gloria Lancaster
[It was a thought] Fraser couldn't
resist. Not now, with Ray looking at him like that, his eyes a warm spark in
the car's dark interior, the scent of the Riv, of Ray, pulling at him, into
that warmth, in from the cold of the icy street.
- Coming Back by Mireille
(sequel to It's Later Than You Think, from
Due Frisky 2)
One more step in the grand plan to convince Fraser that
everything was just fine. Yeah, it's all fine, Benny. Couldn't be better. I
always feel like I've been kicked in the stomach every time I look at my
best friend, when things are going really well.
Due Frisky 4Contents include:
88 pages, digest-sized.
- Just Call Me 'Chamois' by Trish Darbyfeld
"Ah, come on Benny. Groping
in a movie theater's practically an American tradition."
- The Missing Bits by Quill
Fraser sat on one side of the detective,
and a towel-wrapped Louise St. Laurent sat on the other.
Ray looked from
one to the other, his eyes wide in disbelief.
- Interrogation Aftermath by Khylara
- You Wanna Hand Getting Out Of That? by Sarah Bellum
interrupted, "your contact said it was on your person, he didn't necessarily
say it was in your clothing."
Ray turned angrily, about to snap, 'What
the hell difference does it make what he said' when Fraser's embarrassed
body language, his slight flush, and the sense of his words sank in.
- The Fire This Time by Ruth Devero
(sequel to Little Mr. Marker and
Thief of Hearts, in Due Frisky 1)
Oh, gosh, right there. The bed was
right there. And suddenly Fraser was right here, just a heartbeat away,
standing at what looked like attention, head tilted slightly, hat under one
arm, and burning blue eyes fixed on Ray.
"Permission to kiss," said
Wha- "Permission to-?" Aw, jeez: it was Mountie talk.
smile, head tilted fraction-ally the other way. "Permission to -
Uh- "Uh - sure."
ReduxA Due South slash novel by Ruth Devero.
Redux is the last -
and longest - of Ruth Devero's "poker night" stories, which include "Little
Mr. Marker" and "Thief of Hearts" (Due Frisky #1) and "The Fire This Time"
(Due Frisky #4). However, while Redux is set in the same universe as the
earlier stories, it can stand alone. Redux has love, it has lust, it has
angst, it has handcuffs, it has Victoria, it has a kiss on top of a train full
of Mounties, it has angst, it has betrayal, it has action, it has humor, it
has angst, it has sex, it has thinking about sex, it has snow globes, it has
advice from two dead fathers, it has angst, it has a mystery, it has Suzanne
Chapin, it has Ray's mother finding out about him and the Mountie, and it has
a really loooooong sex scene at the end. Oh yeah, and it has angst.
pages, full sized.