Read part one here. Or you can jump in here; it gets to the sexy parts pretty quickly.
Maggie watched the man almost run from the laundry room. She was utterly confused. There was no way he could have known about her dream, even if he acted like he had. As she finished tossing her laundry in the basket, she tried to figure out what she could have done to make the man scurry away.
It’s Valentine’s Day in the U.S. So I chose something with heart.
I think there’s something about mirror selfies that I find appealing. Most people, perhaps more women than men, spend a lot of their lives hating their bodies. Selfies are a way to take back our bodies, to love them and find them attractive in our own way.
I love the way my body looks in this one – and duh vampires.
Julia arrived in Ireland. She hadn’t visited in years, almost a decade. She caught a cab from the airport, and went to the same hotel she’d stayed in as a newly adult witch.
Just around the corner from the hotel was a pub, a place that specifically catered to magical folk. After checking and leaving her bag in her room, she walked over to the pub. She stood outside a moment, the familiar building making her hungry.
I have been remiss in sharing. between work, being sick, and a break up – I just haven’t been reading much erotica. I picked up an unexpected job, so next week will be, I suspect, a nightmare of logistics and extra work, but I am reminding myself that this opportunity will be great for my career.
I’ve got a Lead Belly playlist, and I’m ready to share some love.
Jill checked her lipstick and gave her red hair a quick pat before stepping in front of the camera.
“Tonight, the team and I will be staying in what has been called the most haunted house in America” she continued the spiel about the place, ending by feigning a look of fear. “The team and I will be seeing what happens when we stay the night.”
Sigli waited for Jason to come home. Maybe it was cliché, but she lounged on a rug in front of a fire, wearing aubergine lace panties and a matching robe. A bottle of wine, already open, waited with her.
Many people don’t know this, but Thomas Alva Edison, the light bulb guy, also claimed to have been working on, what can only be colloquially called, a ghost telephone. Historians all seem to agree that no evidence that he did more than talk about the idea exist. There are no plans, no prototype has even been found, and no patent filed.