It is 10 p.m. at night and as I walk through the door to your office I can see you hunched over your desk working diligently on some project that has been claiming your attention for most of the evening. As I close the door softly behind me you glance up from your work and do a double take as you see me standing there in a raincoat and high heels.… More
“I’m gonna rip this slut’s head off” thought Fiona as she stomped toward the door to her old enemy’s place. Fiona had a rivalry with Tera that had dated back to high school. Tera never liked Fiona and thought of her as a spoiled little priss. Fiona thought of Tera as a slut and a bitch.… More
You were following me down the hallway…it’s dark, and suddenly, you grab hold of me, holding me tight against your body…we maneuver up against the wall. You take both my hands in yours and place them with my palms against the wall. Your breath hot against my neck and right ear.… More
One never really appreciates life to its fullest, unless something drastic occurs to make one think twice about life. At the end of August, my family was hit hard as my little cousin of seventeen was attacked, robbed and then stabbed early one night by total strangers who thought it would be a good idea to fuck up someone’s life.… More
I sighed and glanced at my watch for the thousandth time. The passengers filed off of the plane and across the walkway to the gate and I watched impatiently for some sign that my fiancée recognized her best friend from college.
“Any sign of her?” I asked.… More
Aryel was sitting on the couch reading a book when Sarah came through the door on her lunch break from work. Her somewhat boisterous roommate slammed the door behind her, and immediately began shouting.
“This is it! I have had it with guys!” she said, slamming her fist into her hand.… More
“Miss Donahue, can you come into my office right away, and bring the Henderson files with you.”
This was the call that Karen had been waiting for. She pressed the intercom on her desk. “I’ll be right in, sir,” she told the man.
Karen picked up the papers and headed to the office.… More
The device really did not look all that impressive in Miranda’s hands but what it could do more than made up for its rather insubstantial appearance.
What it really looked like was on of those hand-held laser pointers. Its body was just a little thicker than the average pen’s and the business end of the device was snub-nosed.… More
In the back alley the street light flickered as the woman slipped inside the dilapidated building. She wore her tan trench coat collar turned up and a dark hat pulled down over her blonde curls.
Inside the building the parlor was decorated in red velvet and sashays of purple bunting that hung over most walls.… More
Stephanie and I had been friends for a long time, probably since kindergarten. We had shared almost everything under the sun together at some point in time or another. I was there when her parents died, when her first boyfriend left to go over seas to school, and when she got her first job.… More