Weekend Writing Warriors – A Vulnerable Moment

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Welcome friends old and new. I’m glad you came. :) Once again, I’m sharing from my just started WIP.

Gina’s still healing from divorce. Although she gets along with her ex, it’s his best friend, Marcus, that’s the last person she’d want to see on her night out at the local BDSM club, but that’s exactly who she ran into at the spanking benches. Last Week: Marcus offered to put their past aside and help her with her needs. This week: I’ve skipped several paragraphs. She and Marcus have come to an agreement. This might be the smartest or dumbest moment of her life. To say she’s vulnerable is an understatement. The first lines are his.

“Since we’ve never played together, I won’t be restraining you. We certainly don’t have that kind of trust. You understand how important it is not to move, correct?”

“Yes, Sir, I understand. I won’t move.” It pinched her last nerve to call him sir, but he was doing her a great service. For these few minutes, she’d give him the respect any Master in this club deserved.

He flipped her shirt up over her back, exposing her round ass.

He’s got her where he wants her.  <~ You can <tweet that> if you want. Who do you think will be most affected by this scene? I’m not even sure, but I can tell you it’s been fun finding out. Hope you’ll come back and find out more about these two. Poor Gina, she’s still looking for release. Maybe next week, maybe. ;) 

Thank you so much for visiting me, it means a lot to me that you took the time to visit my little place on the web. Don’t forget to check out the other Weekend Warriors, the Snippet Sunday Facebook Groupand Saturday Spankings too.

18 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Warriors – A Vulnerable Moment

  1. Pingback: Weekend Writing Warriors – A Tender Touch | S. J. Maylee

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