By the sixth hour of the conference, Sharon was bored to tears. She hated being sent to these things, all the attempts to one up each other and endless gossip… Did you hear where he ended up? She didn’t get tenure after all. Left the profession entirely… Well you know some people just aren’t cut out for academia…
It’s my one year blog-iversary!
Sir had ordered princess over to his place.
“Open your legs wider,” he whispered into her ear, and she could feel the heat of his skin radiating down her bare back.
Jacqueline was hard at work in her lab, when her assistant, Yvette, came barreling in breaking her concentration so she dropped the beaker she was working with.
“Damn it, Yvette” she snapped, “How many times have I told you not to burst in here?”
Yvette flushed and still panting from her run in gasped out, “The CEO is on his way here.”
Charity smoothed the black thigh high socks on to her legs. She savored the moment in her nakedness. Her pale thighs almost glowed next to the black stockings. She ran her hands over her hips and cupped her breasts, rubbing her nipples. While she hated putting on her clothes, she did want to get to the gathering.
“Bad girl,” Daddy purred and led me to the bedroom. “Look at you dressed like that,” he said his eyes devouring my short skirt and knee socks. “Lift your skirt,” he ordered.
Cara Thereon’s “Gypsy Traveler”
I found myself sucked into this story, and actively disappointed when it ended – Not because it was a bad ending, but because I wanted more. I loved hearing Marie’s interior monologue. Marie is realistic in her doubts about the supernatural events, but not so overwhelmed in doubt that it becomes to the focus. I’m looking forward to seeing more of this story.
Fire and Honey’s “Conflicted”
For a short piece it conveys the conflict so well. The spare language adds to the beauty of this piece. And the ending… swoon.
Image of the week:
Molly Moore’s “Knocking Boots”
It’s not just that I envy her those boots… but the composition is wonderful.