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The Fairy Ring

Where exactly does magic happen?

In the L&D Suite, at the Winter Solstice “She’s dilated to 8 cm and mostly effaced. Contractions are strong, about 3 minutes apart,” said the nurse. “She seems delirious.” “She's into transition now. She’s likely to be a little out of it. Or a lot. Did she bring a focal point? Where’s her labor coach?” asked the charge nurse. “Oh, you’d better notify Dr. Weems that she’s in transition.” ...Read On

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None Of Our Own?

Where will we be when Cupid's quiver runs out of arrows?

Looking back, I would say that I reached an all time emotional low just before Christmas of 2015. I'll try not to drag you too far down towards where I was, but it's important to know where I started from. A couple years earlier, I had been enjoying life. The kids were growing into adulthood, with one about to get married, and the other about to graduate college. Another promotion at work...Read On

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Christmas Cheer

Discovering the true meaning of Christmas

In the department store I had recently been employed at, for my sins, I was placed in charge of the kiddies division. I really did not like kids! Being twenty three years old and the youngest member of staff in a managerial position, however, I had to take the rough with the smooth. To add to my misery it was December, Christmas time, so the task of employing an in-house Santa Claus was given...Read On

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The Villa (Chapter One)

It was a summer none of them would forget...

"I feel so nervous," Megan whispered, looking out the window of the plane as it began to descend. She glanced over at Elijah, who smiled at her reassuringly. "You have nothing to be nervous about, it's going to be an amazing summer." He reached over and squeezed her thigh gently, leaning over to brush his lips against hers. "Trust me, everyone will love you and you will love the villa....Read On

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Broken Down and Used Up

A broken down bartender and used up stripper find comfort in each's arms.

It was Christmas Eve and I was tending bar at strip joint called, Club Risqué. I helped the bouncer, Reggie, wrestle two drunken sailors into a taxi. After handing the driver a Benjamin, I instructed him to drop the sailors off at the 32nd Street Naval Station . The manager, Lorenzo, locked the club’s doors. After wishing me a Merry Christmas, he headed to his car followed by the bouncer....Read On

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Love Never Dies - Chapter 9

We sat in Gaynor’s lounge but not in the usual chairs in the bay window. This time, Gaynor was stretched out on the four-seater leather couch, her back resting against a cushion and her bare feet in my lap. I was in my all-black golf attire and Gaynor was wrapped in a white cotton bathrobe, her legs bare from below the knees. She held a mug of steaming coffee in both hands, gently blowing...Read On

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Sagitta

All that glitters is not gold. But, gold always glitters.

The usually annoying sound of her alarm clock was soothing and welcomed that morning. She woke from her slumber and felt the warmth of Eric’s body next to her. It was the first time they had spent the night together. They had recently started dating and were a perfect fit. They were both certain that they had found their soulmates in each other but, had never dared to tell one another. Her...Read On

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Love Never Dies - Chapter 8

The place Gaynor selected for our late lunch was only a few minutes drive away, a quaint country inn with thatched-roof, low black beams, leaded windows and highly-polished hardwood flooring. Prints of hunting scenes, highlighting red coats and dappled dogs, adorned the walls and the stoutly-padded seats made wooden chairs surprisingly comfortable. A few customers still lingered over...Read On

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My Best Friend; My Dream Girl

My Best friend was the girl of my dreams

I assume every guy has one female friend who they secretly adore. That one girl that considers him as a close friend, yet has a loser boyfriend, who treats her like shit. A girl who he sets on such a high standard, that she is the one girl all others are compared. When I was a senior in high school, I had such a female friend. Her name was Christy. To me she was the closest thing to perfect...Read On

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Love Never Dies - Chapter 7

Traffic was light that Friday evening and I made good time. It was 7:01 when I parked the car in the garage and switched off the engine. I removed the phone from my pocket, preparing to text Gaynor, when it beep-beeped. The words on the screen told me: 1 message from Gaynor. I opened it and read: Just to let you know I’ve sent an email xx I hit the reply button and sent:  Got...Read On

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The Dreamer

The old woman tossed in her bed, and moaned softly. She dreamed, as she did every day, and the dreams were terrible and wonderful. A sound of grief escaped her lips, drawing the attention of the new nurse. “Is she okay?” she asked her supervisor, who was checking her vitals on the monitor. The room was as bright and cheerful as a room in a nursing home could be, and the brilliant sunshine of...Read On

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Love Never Dies - Chapter 6

Thursday night I hardly slept. I was like a child on Christmas Eve, excited and desperate for morning to arrive so that I could open my gifts. But I wasn’t a child. I was less than a month from my fifty-eighth birthday and my special present was a meeting with Gaynor. I lay quite still for most of the night but my mind restlessly darted from one memory to another: some from years...Read On

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Love Never Dies - Chapter 5

I arrived home only minutes before Veronica, and I helped unload the shopping bags from her car and carried them through to the kitchen where the kettle was already boiling. I made tea for Veronica and a mug of instant coffee for myself. Leaving Veronica to put away the groceries, I went out on to the patio. I was greeted by the sun peeping over the fringe of a cloud. It was pleasantly...Read On

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What The New Day Brings

The morning after a love-at-first-sight night.

Flora woke to the sun shining through her bedroom window and, as she became more aware of her surroundings, she realized that she was lying against a man’s strong chest. But, instead of unease from what could have been, she felt satisfaction and peace. She barely remembered the events of the night before but, what she did recall, was filled with love and connection and filled her with a desire...Read On

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It Begins

There he was sitting at the bar drowning the past week’s annoyances away in a glass of the most mediocre Scotch the bar had. Jarret had spent a year wandering around England and while he enjoyed the land, and the people, he never quite found the strength to enjoy the job. He took another sip and as the whisky burned his lips he wondered what the weekend held in store for him. Another sip and...Read On

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Sean and Mandy, Ch. 1

The story of 2 lovers - how they met and where it ends

 Sean was at a friends party one frigidly cold evening in January of 1990. His friend Mike, lived on the ground floor of a luxurious apartment complex and was having a winter party for friends to get together and have a good time. Mike was a very outgoing and person that could make friends with anyone. His friends at the party were from the old neighborhood, coworkers, neighbors and a few...Read On

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Breaking The Beast Ch. 1

A different take on the classic tale....

I wasn’t supposed to be there night. I was supposed to be at home, in my bedroom studying for a test I had the next week. So, how did I get there? Jordie. Jordie is my best friend in the whole world, and she is the one that dragged me out to the new club opening. Apparently, it had been the talk of the town for a year, but according to her I live in such a deep, dark, hidden hole full of...Read On

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Love Never Dies - Chapter 4

I could have cried, or at least roared out in pain and anguish. I wanted to beat my chest and bellow to the skies, howling out my frustration. The e-mail from Gaynor stabbed at my heart, sliced me open and exposed me as a conceited, arrogant fool. At least, that’s what I was, way back then.  Long ago, I realised what a huge mistake I’d made by walking away from her. I loved her but, at...Read On

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Love Never Dies - Chapter 3

Over dinner - one of Veronica’s casserole creations which pleased the taste buds but left me in the dark as to all of its ingredients - she suddenly asked, “Do you miss having sex?” My wine glass was at my lips but I paused and looked across the dining table at my wife. Her head was slightly bowed and she seemed to be absently playing with her food, stirring it with a fork. “That’s an...Read On

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We Met On A Plane - Part 4

We rejoice in her return from a business trip, then she told me what she does for a living.

I travel by commuter flight each week for work. My week starts Sunday night and ends Thursday night when I go home. I met Joan a couple of weeks ago on my flight to work. She was on her way home to Milwaukee from a vacation in London. The flight and our first week together was an experiment in sex and exhibitionism. Two coeds watched Joan and I in my hotel room from their apartment, twenty...Read On

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Love Never Dies - Chapter 2

It had been another warm Tuesday and I’d played a reasonable round of golf, followed by a steak meal in the clubhouse. The company was good and the conversation, as usual, light. Occasionally, politics and finances reared their ugly cantankerous heads but, generally, we steered away from contentious topics. Our ingredients were mainly golf, other sports, sex and jokes. Never anything...Read On

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Emily and Willie

No graphic terms, just a love story that someone asked me to write about two older friends

In a small town, as rural as one can be and yet be defined as a town, an old flower shop sits off a side street, long forgotten but still lovingly maintained by its owner, Emily Bronson. Widowed ten years ago at age 42, she refused to abandon the small flower shop her father had opened when she was a girl. Emily’s husband had provided enough for her in his will to allow her to keep her...Read On

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Traditions

Randy has a Christmas Eve to remember.

It was late by the time we served everyone and cleaned up. This had been the busiest Christmas Eve I’d seen in the ten years I’d been volunteering at the shelter. Between the unusual number of people seeking shelter from the storm, and the volunteers who couldn’t make it because of bad roads, those of us who did make it, had to work doubly hard to see everybody fed. I myself had considered...Read On

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Love Never Dies - Chapter 1

I blinked, leaned forward to peer at the message on my computer screen, and then settled back into my chair. I shook my head and muttered, “Well I never.” I’d been quite stunned when I saw the name in my inbox, didn’t really believe it was true. Then I clicked on it and the familiar "Facebook" panel came up. Gaynor sent you a message, was the heading over the sender’s thumbnail picture....Read On

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True Love's Kiss (Part Three: Spark)

He loved the feel of her silky wet skin under his hands.

She didn't even remember passing out, but she woke to his hand gently caressing her face. His gentle eyes looking into hers and a soft smile that only she could know what it meant. He kissed her softly. " I'll go get the bags, and then we can get ready for dinner." "Okay lover, but kiss me first." She laughed as he fell over her and covered her face with kisses. He laughed climbing...Read On

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True Love's Kiss (Part II : Flame)

Now he was going to fuck her.

He couldn't help but giggle as she practically dragged him across the parking lot. He wanted her bad, but clearly she wanted him more. She was right about that dress, it was flattering. Her large breasts peeked out just enough to make you want more. And that ass! That firm ass moved side to side as she took her long strides with legs that seemed to go on for ages. She was mesmerizing, her...Read On

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Twin Tower Lovers

Two lovers become casualties of circumstance

We met here. We worked together here. We fell in love here. We would never leave here. I queued the song Brian May was born to write, and the song both Brian and Freddie Mercury were born to sing. His words, their haunting voices, and the harmonic sound of the choir and orchestra will live forever. But sadly, we won’t. *** We first me in the stairwell during a fire drill. Our company...Read On

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The Elevator Girl Part 8

As he slid his hand between my legs I knew I was in trouble.

I woke Thursday morning with a smile on my face. One more day and James would claim my virginity. I couldn't wait to know what it felt like to have him inside me. To feel every hard inch of his massive cock tear though my innocence. I moved down James's sleeping body, kissing may down over his cheats and stomach. I needed his cock in my mouth this morning. He was so hard I couldn't wait to...Read On

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A Handy Surprise At The USMC Ball

Will I dare?

I've attended the ball numerous times – sometimes while on active duty, at times with dates, at times with friends – but today it is with someone special. Today, November 10th, is the 240th Birthday of the United States Marine Corps (USMC), and I am anxious. I've been planning this for weeks, and two days ago I visited my favorite spa at Nordstrom in preparations for today. I had a full...Read On

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True Love's Kiss - Part I

He wanted her, but clearly she wanted him more.

The whole drive to the airport she was nervous. She had been waiting on this day for what seemed like forever! Now her dreams were coming true, just as he had promised. She looked at herself again in the rearview mirror, cursing at the traffic but thankful for the extra time to get her makeup and butterflies under control. She loved how the tight red dress made her breasts look. It made her...Read On