Love Stories(4)

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Swimming Without Floaties Part II

Obsessiveness can control a person so easily.

Be sure to read the first part of this story, Swimming Without Floaties. Link is down below. Three days had passed since she took out all her anger at Tyler. And he didn't even do anything to deserve it. In fact, he sent her one of the sweetest things she had read in a long time. She didn't have the heart to text him back. She wanted to, but her heart ached every time she tried. She wanted...Read On

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Swimming Without Floaties

Just when you think you have it figured out...

Mandy stood upon the pedestal , tucking the last strands of hair underneath her swimming cap. She looked to her left and to her right. Her competitors were readying themselves. But they couldn't compare to her. She had more confidence than any of these swimmers put together. "On your marks!" An announcer yelled. She bent down, crouching on the elevated platform, looking down into the...Read On

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The Train Ride I'll Never Forget - Part 2

Life hits unexpectedly, but it's always nice when it does.

For the background of the story, be sure to read part one of this story. I moaned into her mouth. I could hardly believe this was happening to me. I took every moment in stride though. I placed my hands at her hips as she rubbed against the growing bulge in my pants. Her hands were around my neck, pulling my body against hers, the heat radiating from both of us, the kiss making me and...Read On

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The Train Ride I'll Never Forget

Life hits unexpectedly, but it's always nice when it does.

It was a nice sunny Saturday afternoon . And yet I couldn't shake a sad feeling I had. Like a twinge of loneliness was setting in. I had come off a bad breakup and now she was trying to rub her new boyfriend in my face. And while I hadn't talked to her for a long while, I still kinda missed the warm and fuzzy feeling she gave me. Maybe it was blind love, I don't know. But anyway. I was on...Read On