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Five MORE Sentence Fiction – Abandoned Again

24 February, 2013

CC suggested a sequel, so for one night only it’s Ten Sentence Fiction!


“You had me worried,” he said as she stood over him, dropping her jeans and admiring his growing arousal as her fingers heightened her own, “but I knew you’d be back.”

“It would be a shame to waste this,” she grinned as she stroked him to a bursting erection, “and the thought of you lying here, vulnerable, was just too hot to resist.”

She joined him on the desk, buried his hard shaft deep inside her and with just a few short thrusts she shuddered to a gasping climax.

With a satisfied sigh she stepped back to the floor and lightly kissed his twitching, unsatisfied cock.

“But like I told you before,” she said, pulling up her jeans and heading for the door, “no one stands me up and gets away with it.”



  1. Ah, yes. Now that’s how you do it. Lol.

  2. Lovely. Almost makes me wish someone would stand me up. 😉 Well done, Sir!

  3. Ha! Burn! This was great! ~J

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