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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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Pretending Ch. 06

Trying to sort out just what happened.

Pretending Ch. 02 © 2009 All Rights Reserved Sunlight peeked through the blinds and prodded Connie awake. She took a moment to orient herself. I don’t have piles of books on top of my computer , she thought. Then she remembered where she was and turned her head. Simon lay behind her, his hand on her waist, sleeping like a log. Her first instinct was to jump out of the bed, but...Read On

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Rhythm and the Blue Line Ch 05

Brody makes dinner.

© 2011 All Rights Reserved A week later, Ryan was pleased to be in a soft cast. Her ankle hurt far less and she was off her crutches, but she couldn't wait to be done with the whole damn thing. At least, she thought as she came in from work, she wasn't thinking about how it had happened every time she walked more than a block. Just a few more days , she reminded herself as she stared...Read On

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Rhythm and the Blue Line Ch 08

Family -- there ought to be a law.

After going over a new song with Lara in the morning and grabbing an early lunch at the mall, Ryan made her way over to Crystal City to pick up a Zipcar. Working with Lara had kept her from dwelling on the party, but riding out to Chantilly in the little compact, she couldn't avoid it. It's really sad when you think about faking sick to miss your own brother's birthday party. She popped in...Read On

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Rhythm and the Blue Line Ch 09

A little flak from their friends.

Brody drummed his fingers on his knee and bounced his leg as he sat on the team bus. They'd be on their way to Philly soon and few things got the Capitals pumped like a game against the Flyers, even though it was the teams' first meeting of the season, in mid-November. Baxter dropped into the seat beside him. "Jesus, do you never sit still?" "Just a little extra energy, that's all."...Read On

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Journey's End (One)

All good things must end. Let's end it with love.

It wasn't a great surprise. In the back of my mind I had known it was possible. But I had other things to keep me busy. Life was always there giving me responsibilities and mundane chores to accomplish. Also, all the pleasures of living in an active, vibrant community. So many things to do. No time to worry about it all coming to an end. Then the verdict was in. My doctors were letting me...Read On

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Out Of The Woods

Can true love live through the harshest adversity.

It's all my fault. No matter how much I blame the GPS it was still my mistake. Trusting technology over common sense got us into this situation. Damn! I can call it a situation, but it's more serious than that would ever convey. We're lost. Stranded and freezing. We could soon die, if we don't do something. If I don't do something. It's all my fault. The sandy surface of the California...Read On

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Samantha and Bruce-chapter two of two

The choices one makes dictate the life he or she will lead.

"He's short, too damn old, damn near dickless, and very demanding when it comes to using my twat," said my wife of going on three years. "Then why did you marry the loser," said the friend seated to her left at our dinette table. There were five of them in all. I knew the visitors pretty well: they were often over for coffee or drinks or dinner or all three. Lori and Stacy were...Read On

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Recommended Read

Through The Darkness

Stefan lies on his back upon the ground, surrounded in darkness. Cool, soft blades of grass hold him aloft; they make for the most soothing blanket for his bare skin. Above him, high up in the summer night sky, he thinks of the millions of distant stars that are keeping silent watch upon him. How many countless hours had he spent in his youth looking up at those stars, mapping out...Read On

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Don't Drop Anchor Here (Part VII)

Our saga comes to an end.....

It had been a hard hot last two weeks of August for Ronnie. Carl had been in an ill-tempered rough mood. His last trip to DC had not gone well. Veronica had been in her own surly mood. Not being able to spend time with Robert meant her body was perennially aquiver. She now craved her young neighbour’s touch, his kiss, and his love. Deprived of this she became upset, moody and angry. ...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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Paper Hearts

Be careful what you wish for.

I had vowed that should I ever again see my wife I would pretend it wasn’t happening. I wanted to keep that promise and walk on, but there she was, sat outside The Riverboat pub in a torrential downpour. Before her stood a glass that contained equal parts beer and rainwater, and even through a veil of raindrops I could make out her tears. I would not have been human if I hadn’t wanted to gloat. ...Read On

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What Are Friends For?

When love failed, she needed booze, sex, and her best friend.

She blew in like a pissed off F5 tornado, shouted, "Don't say a fucking thing,” slammed the door shut,and slung her purse across the room. It ricocheted away from my butt-weary couch, cleared off the end table, then teetered briefly at the edge before following the displaced debris onto the floor. Only the reading lamp survived, leaning drunkenly against the wall, shade tilted at a...Read On

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Duty-Bound - part two

Ashley and Jacob will be married if all goes well.

Ashley and Molly were planning the wedding. Both girls were serving in infantry units at Schofield Barracks. They were each combat photographers. They had been trained to got out in the field with regular troops and record the history going on around them. Not only did they know how to use still cameras, but they also could use various kinds of video equipment. So they were planning the...Read On

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Pretending Ch. 03

Connie has an idea, and Simon agrees.

Pretending Ch. 03 © 2009 All Rights Reserved Dinner and a movie did wonders for both Connie and Simon. Connie felt much better that she'd told him, and Simon was relieved to find he hadn't done anything to offend or scare her. The weekend was too cold to do much, although they did get out for groceries. Simon teased her and said she should cook for the next week to make up for him having...Read On

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Duty-Bound - part three

For the next two weeks there would be no uniforms. They were not going to be in the Army now. They were on leave. On vacation from service. And they were getting married. Private Ashley Lovall and Staff Sergeant Jacob Anderson were becoming man and wife, and for now they were just Ashley and Jacob. Committing to each other. The wedding was happening tomorrow. Tonight they were playing...Read On

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Recommended Read

A Pilot's Promise

A slow-burner love story, this one. Stick around for the sexy fun in later chapters.

London, 1944 It wasn't love at first sight, Ellen thought. I’m not the type of woman to fall in love at first sight; I never have been. Polly, Heather, the glamorous lot - they’re falling head over heels every week. Not me. Too busy in the nurse’s station, cafe, library, or else in bed alone.  She examined her wan reflection in one of the cafe’s spoons. Perhaps if I had gone out a few...Read On

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Red and Darla Clayton-chapter one of two

People make mistakes, but there is always a light at the end of the tunnel.

1998 I sat at the dinette table slowly rotating my cup of tea; a cup of tea I had not yet taken a sip from. Across from me, she watched me do it. Sixteen years of marriage down the shitter. "I'm sorry, Red. I—we—we—we . . ." "I get it. Don't say anything else. Please don't say anything else. I get it," I said. "I'd do anything to have spared you this, Red. Really," she said. I...Read On

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Don't Drop Anchor Here (Part IV)

Rob is a virgin no longer as Ronnie makes him a man in her own special way.

Preface: Please read Parts I to III to understand our tale fully. It takes place in 1970 and the emotional backdrop is the Vietnam War. Our protagonists in this naughty and yet sad tale are a boy and a girl. A simple tale to tell the truth: boy meets girl, boy secretly desires girl, girl leads boy on, and love soon grows—a simple part of the eternal circle of life—nothing more and...Read On

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Recommended Read

Solarium in Winter (3 of 3)

For the first time in months, Jackie was staying home Sunday night. She needed to be alone. Sipping her beer, she pointed the remote at the television and turned the sound up. Cheers filled her apartment, over scored only by the announcers’ halting sentences. Cam had been a great fuck and the addition of his little girlfriend or whatever she was to him was interesting. Dramatic and...Read On

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Roll the Die

An excerpt from the ebook...

The girl was gone. Rolling the plastic die in the crook of his hand, Jesse’s gaze rested on the cocoa skinned beauty tending bar in Roxanne’s absence. Her deltoids flexed as she shook the ice and liquid in the shaker. She uncapped it to pour the watermelon colored liquid in a dainty martini glass and glanced across the bar at him. Jesse focused on his book. A discussion of poetry and...Read On

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Recommended Read

The Blue Guitar

A modern telling of the Orpheus-Eurydice legend

While sweeping the hallway, or emptying the trash cans, or making sure the bathrooms had paper towels and toilet paper, Orrin thought about Emily. So what if I’m the janitor and she’s a lawyer’s personal assistant, I’m just as good as anyone who works at Ainsworth and Thelin…she'll see. Orin was determined to get up the nerve to ask her out. He believed that if she got to know him, she...Read On

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Journey's End (Two)

There always has to be an end.

Memories. That's what I could give to him. I thought about it all night. He needed to have memories to hug to his heart. Life is so unfair. I know, that's what all younger people are moaning about. At least, my parents have told me that. And I've heard it from other people too. It's just part of growing up to see that you can't always have what you want. And no matter how good or kind or...Read On

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The Elevator Girl - Part 6

Michelle learns the art of oral sex.

I was awoken by the sun shining through the glass ceiling. I felt a strong arm pull me close and I could smell his scent as it enveloped me. I rolled over and kissed James' sweet lips. Everything we had done came flooding back into my mind. I reached down under the covers, taking my prize in hand. James shivered as I wrapped my soft fingers around his morning hard on. As I began to stroke...Read On

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Recommended Read

The Pianist

Love – it makes you go back, time and again!

What I am about to describe, is a place where I enjoy the most unusual nights of my life. I regularly found myself in the most exclusive, high-class establishment of erotica. Well, it certainly was exclusive, but to all intents and purposes, it was otherwise known as a sex club. It was, however, a very, very different type of sex club. I was drawn there, not for the sex, but for the...Read On

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My Life Between Virginity and Celibacy - Part Two (conclusion)

Please read Part One first

Life became humdrum in about all ways over the next two or three years, and we decided to have another baby. That decision coincided with our wedding anniversary. We got a babysitter and went out for dinner. After the babysitter departed, we went to bed and did ‘it’ again with a bit more enthusiasm than normal because it was our anniversary. Its been so long ago, but I seem to remember...Read On

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Rhythm and the Blue Line Ch 07

Lara advocates for Brody.

"Jason was a piece of work, wasn't he?" Lara shook her head as she drove them home. "He was." Ryan paused, trying to get a sense of Lara's mood. "No worse than usual, I guess, but he does get under my skin. I think he does it on purpose." "Yeah. God." Lara smacked the steering wheel. "'Too bad you didn't get an earlier date?' Next time he can plan the damn gigs. I don’t see him offering...Read On

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His Mistress of the Night

He was unlocking the door to his apartment when he saw her, the drop dead beauty from 3b...

He was unlocking the door to his apartment when he saw her, the drop dead beauty from 3b. She was just on her way out. Always leaving in the middle of the night, he thought to himself, must be nice to be so young. She was a stunning beauty, must have been in her 20s, with nice 34D breasts and a gorgeous ass. Just looking at her made his cock remember he hadn't had sex in over a month. ...Read On

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Nothing Gets Through Ch. 07

Dom debates a phone call

Nothing Gets Through Ch. 07 © 2009 All Rights Reserved "Oh, wow," said Dee, throwing her head back on the sofa. "That was great. I'm so glad they won." Lani grinned. It was Monday night and Dee had invited her over to watch the first game of the road trip. They'd won, four to two. Even over the television, they could see Dom's frustration. He had been screened on the first goal, but...Read On

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Another Honeymoon

Sometimes fortune comes our way when we need it most.

Coincidence is a marvel, it blows my mind at times. I've thought about and wondered at "Synchronicity" in our lives, Deja Vu fascinated me too. How something can happen then fall into the whirlpool that we know as life and you forgot it totally for many years, then suddenly it rears it's head and becomes the most significant thing in your life. That has happened to me several times but the...Read On