Latest Forum Posts:

Categories

Love Stories

This month | Last Month | All Time
12

Biker Babe, Chapter Two

Please read The Biker Babe : It's chapter one on my dear friend Jonathans_Fantasies page.

Leah Marshall was busy in the office of the motorcycle shop one Thursday afternoon, catching up with some paperwork. She would much rather have been in the back turning wrenches on one of the bikes, but sometimes paperwork takes precedence over preference! Leah had always had a love of motorcycles and started working part time at another motorcycle shop while she was in high school. Then...Read On

12
Recommended Read

To Lust and to Love

Billie has a choice between lust or love, will she choose wisely?

Billie stood in front of the printer waiting for the fifty-page report that her boss needed for a presentation in the next hour. Over the monotonous hum of the printer, she started to daydream. Since Tamara and Kent made their relationship official, Billie found herself with a rare emotion -- jealousy. Not that she was jealous of Tamara or Kent, but of their relationship. Being a...Read On

12
Recommended Read

Lightning Flower

You always know what I'm trying to say

Sheathed within you to the very root, even the slightest motion, the most minute shift of hips grinding, make me cry out your name. It's more than just a reflex for those specific syllables to form into a sound that helplessly escapes my throat in ragged needy breaths. It's beyond a prayer to some unseen faith. It's like a primal incantation, a chant that calls to something so deep and...Read On

12

On My Way

Love knows nothing of time nor space.

Dear Derek, I have not stopped thinking about you since you left—I hate to be apart from you. The time we spent together was euphoric and being without you now seems positively ordinary. You are the kindest, most generous, most wonderful person I have met in all my life and, while it pained me to watch you go, I am grateful every day that you came into my life. I’ve never been a believer...Read On

11

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

11

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

11

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

11

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

11
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

11
Recommended Read

Ghosts of the rainforest

A lone scientist seeks out a species thought by many to be extinct

Gnarled roots snare my ankles; protruding rocks scrape my shins and bruise my weary toes. I struggle upwards through dense vegetation, skirting stinging trees, hacking through vines, my eyes peering ever high into the canopy, fervently following the bright swathe cut by the torch strapped to my forehead. Leeches cling in vain; insects bite for no return. I brush them away with mild...Read On

11

Don't Drop Anchor Here (Part VI)

Veronica and Robert share their last few weeks before the Vietnam War rips them apart.

Veronica felt her son’s arms wrapped around her comforting her in her grief. Robert slowly released his hug and stepped back two steps. Ronnie smiled and pressed her wizened cheek into the black marble wall. She closed her eyes. It all rushed back so easily. The Malibu wind, the sunset, the way he had held her hand; the tears began to gush forth. Ronnie remembered so many silly...Read On

11
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

11
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

11

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

11

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

11

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

11

The Girl In The Rain

Imagination and reality collide in the rain

Phantoms formed and danced in the sheets of rain, like curtains at an open window on a stormy night. It had been raining on and off all day, but the girl hadn't been prepared for the sudden onset of this particular downpour. She dashed out of the shadows and into a pool of light beneath a flickering street lamp. "Why didn't I take a fucking cab?" she muttered as she unfastened the tie...Read On

11

A Program of Happiness

An office romance

I am employed to undertake computing coding in a reasonably large organisation. I became aware of a special project being controlled by a systems analyst I enjoyed working with and was accepted by him to do the work he required. His name is Cameron – otherwise known as Cam. I had worked with him before and liked his professionalism. The project he was involved in was with an interstate office...Read On

11

Souls Through Time

Drawn to each other, always searching.

My name is Abigail Sutton and I have lived many lives. My grandmother calls me a soul traveler: a lost soul in search of her soulmate. Sometimes our paths cross, sometimes they don't. I had my first dream of him when I was sixteen. I stood and watched him ride away in a Confederate uniform never to return to me. That was my first but not last past life dream. Do you ever feel out of place?...Read On

11

The first encounter

He stands there waiting in anticipation for the long awaited encounter. He doesn’t know what he is feeling or even how to describe it. He wonders what it will be like, what she will be like. He hopes he is able to recognise her; he starts to worry about not knowing who she is. His head is looking down and she can see that he looks nervous. She thinks she might be but her happiness won’t...Read On

11

Loving the Unexpected

The sun was shining through the windows as I opened my eyes. This was going to be a perfect day, I just knew it! The sun was shining, the birds were chirping and I was in love with the most incredible man ever. Not to mention, today was my 30th birthday! Thomas had to work today but promised an incredible birthday celebration when he got home this evening. I pressed him for details but he...Read On

11

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

11

Meeting Cindy

"Please return your seat backs and tray tables to their full upright and locked position; we will be landing shortly," the flight attendant announces over the intercom, waking me with a startle. I had drifted off to sleep, if anyone can sleep on an airplane. As I rub my eyes, the plane banks left and I hear the landing gear lower and the flaps come down. Lower we glide toward the runway....Read On

11

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

11

Strip Football

Snowed in couple decide to spice up the afternoon football game.

“How’s it look outside?” you ask. “Eh, there’s still snow, and it’s cold probably not worth trying to go out,” I reply. “Stuck inside again today, what would you like to do today?” A bit of annoyance slipping into your tone. “Steelers are on.” “Fine. I guess,”  you reply as you flop onto the couch. My feelings reflect your obvious annoyance, cabin fever is starting to set in a bit...Read On

11
Recommended Read

Ghost Town

How can a place hold so many memories for two people who never met?

I walked through a ghost town today. It took me a while to get there. Three trains in fact. I didn’t tell her. It is a place that I frequented in a different season when you and I were in each other’s pockets. She didn’t know then either. The sky was bluer today than most of those times, oddly, but the wind colder. People bustled along the street going about their business as if it were...Read On

10

Rhythm and the Blue Line Ch 17

Brody can handle it.

Brody tromped into the dressing room after practice. It had been a good day so far, he thought. He'd talked with his parents and they were coming East for Christmas, along with a couple of his siblings. He hoped Ryan would have a chance to meet them. They hadn't talked much about it yet, but he assumed she'd be spending the day with her family. Still, with his family staying for a few days...Read On

10

Rhythm and the Blue Line Ch 22

Almost show time.

Ryan's phone beeped as she and Brody walked to the club. She checked the screen and touched the icon to see Evan's text message. I had to promise to come to dinner with Mom and Dad next week. You owe me. "Smart ass." Ryan shook her head with a smile and put her phone back in her pocket. "Who is?" Brody asked. "Evan. Oh, hey, I guess we're officially official, since you'll be meeting...Read On

10

Reaching Her

A warm light shines brightly through the cold and shadow

Tomasz is cold. He shouldn’t be. It’s mid-morning, summer, and the city is in the middle of what the voice on the radio had described as a heat wave. On top of that, the air conditioner mounted on the bedroom window had conked out two weeks earlier. Yet. a creeping chill trickles like icy fingers up and down his back. Despite how cold he feels, he wishes that he had been able to fix...Read On

10

My Waitress

We both got what we needed.

Two Years Ago ***** Lisa was sitting across from me eating Paige's steak while we talked. When she laid her fork down and took a sip of wine, I heard a soft sound, a thunk. When I felt her bare foot touch my right knee I knew it had been her shoe. She wiggled her toes and pushed her foot up, stroking my leg and making me very hard as she moved it under my kilt. I've worn nothing but a...Read On