“I shouldn’t be doing this.” I shook my head as his lips traveled over my neck. All I could think about was my husband. But I felt no pain in my heart. All I could feel was the heat of his mouth moving over my skin. I could feel the moistur
Chloe walked down the long hallway of the apartment building. She read the numbers on each of the doors trying to match them to the number on the piece of scrap paper she held in her shaky hand. 601……602…..603. She found it at last. Room 604. S
Rachel checked her watch as she walked up the sidewalk. “8 o’clock, right on time.” She skipped up the stairs and stood at the front door. She straightened out her outfit and knocked on the door. John answered the door. “Well Hi there!
I woke up that morning to the sound of Susan hurrying around the bedroom getting clothes packed. The wedding wasn’t for 3 days, but she was convinced that we wouldn’t have time for the menial things such as packing when we were swept up in the e
I sat there at the bar. I crossed my legs and stirred my martini. “What a pointless night.” I thought to myself. As I shifted in my seat, my skirt slid up my leg. I looked down to correct the brief show I had started. As I did, I noticed the
“Hi! My name is Darren.” He was gorgeous. He was tall and strong. He smelled perfect. He held out his hand and she took it. He had a firm but gentle handshake. She looked up to his face. He had perfect teeth, great lips, and dark eyes to die for.
We had planned and prepared for this night. It was the one night where neither of us were married or engaged or doing business or taking care of kids or anything. We were there for one reason. To give into the passion that we knew we had. We had