Find out why I have one of the worst dates of birth EVER! Today I'm over at Amber Kell's blog taking part in her month long Birthday Bash… So, Happy Birthday Amber! Head on over and check it out HERE

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And with a small fanfare I give you the next chapter in Amber Kell's blog story…

Wandmaker, by Amber Kell – Post #10

Cebrus didn’t know what to do with the handsome prince who watched him as if he were something amazing. He suspected Silvan was trying to get close to him to track what he did. If that meant the prince had to seduce him Cebrus was certainly willing to let the man try. 

He brushed his lips across the prince’s letting Silvan taste him. Cebrus flipped them around and pressed Silvan against the wall. The taste of surprise made the kiss that much better. Stone bit into his hands as he put his palms on either side of the prince, trapping him between Cebrus’s arms.

He hummed into Silvan’s mouth taking the flavor of the prince into his mouth licking inside to savor the sensation of heat and desire. Whatever the prince’s motives the man knew what to do with his lips. His cock hardened as he pressed his body against Silvan. Unlike the prince, Cebrus had no shyness about telling someone what he wanted. The life of a wandmaker had him going from place to place and he didn’t always have the luxury of building a relationship.

Silvan sighed against Cebrus’s mouth. His big hands wrapped around Cebrus’s back pulling him even closer. Cebrus rubbed against the prince relishing the hard length against his own.

“You will look perfect in my bed,” Silvan murmured.

Cebrus laughed. “Does that usually work?”


“Saying things like that.”

A flush rose on Silvan’s cheeks. “Yes it does.”

“Hmm. You might want to save your breath for more important things,” Cebrus said with a grin.

“Hmm, I’ll take that under advisement.”

“Prince Silvan!” A page ran towards them, his breath coming in gasps.

“What’s wrong, Toby.”

“A chimera is attacking the north village!” he shouted.

“To arms!” Silvan shouted. He kissed Cebrus hard then ran down the hall. The sounds of dozens of feet echoed throughout the castle.

Cebrus thunked his head against the stone wall. It only took him a few minutes to decided to follow. After all he’d never seen a real chimera. He’d heard of the dangerous beasts before but the combination of a creature formed of a lion, serpent and goat who could breathe fire would be interesting to see.

He turned to walk down the hall and follow the others when two knights stepped forward and blocked his way.

“Is there a problem?” He asked mildly.

“Prince Silvan asked us to watch over you,” the guard on the left said.

“Great you can watch me see a chimera,” Cebrus said.