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Five Sentence Fiction – Abandoned

24 February, 2013

Thanks as always to Lillie for running the wonderful 5SF, and for this week’s prompt “Abandoned”. Here is my offering, all comments and criticisms welcome.

 

“Sorry I had to rush away from the restaurant last night babe,” he breathed as he laid back on his desk, outstretched for her, tugged at her blouse, “especially after I had to cancel the night before.”

“That’s okay darling,” she said, frantically pulling at his clothes, smiling at his growing erection as she stripped him naked, as he squirmed with delightful anticipation, “doing it here at your work will make up for it.”

“And this should make it fun,” she added, pulling a scarf from her jeans pocket, tying it around his wrists, looping behind the radiator pipe.

Fastening her blouse buttons, she stood, stepped away from the desk, laughed at his confused expression as she gathered his clothes into her deliberately large bag.

“Noone stands me up and gets away with it,” she called over her shoulder, switching off the light as she walked away into the night.

 

4 Comments
  1. Oh. She’s pissed. Though, I’d have taken advantage of his… Attentive state before I left him stranded. No sense letting it go to waste. 🙂

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