Flash Fiction #42 A Ridiculous Dress

Thanks for stopping. Another picture…another 100 words.

May 3, 2013

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A walk on the beach was supposed to do the trick, except now all Collin could think of was Susan. He knew how many people he needed on his team. He didn’t need her to challenge him, even if she’d made a good point.

It all started with the ridiculous dress she wore yesterday. It covered every inch of her upper thighs. He didn’t know how he was supposed to think of his business with her tiny waist slopping dramatically out to her hips and now he had to fantasize about the part of her legs she wouldn’t show him.

Hope you enjoyed my flash today!! Don’t forget to follow the link to get to the other FFF posts. Flasher Fiction Friday. Or click away on the links below.

Angelica Dawson: http://angelicadawson.blogspot.com
J S Morbius: http://morbiussworld.blogspot.co.uk/
Doris O’Connor: http://thetardisscribbles.blogspot.co.uk/
AuroraRose Andromeda: http://rollingmuseintheroses.blogspot.com
Pablo Michaels: http://www.pmmanmanromance.com/
Sherri Hayes: http://sherri-hayes.blogspot.com/
Naomi Shaw: www.authornaomishaw.com
Gemma Parkes: http://gemmaparkes.blogspot.com/

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8 thoughts on “Flash Fiction #42 A Ridiculous Dress

  1. That’s a pleasurable tease for a flash. What business was he supposed to be doing when he was sidetracked? I like how you state that a walk on the beach would do the trick.

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  3. Mmmmm….yummm. I wonder if he’ll pursue her even with the teasing dress she wore. Makes me wonder if she wore it on purpose to distract him so she could get her side across to the team? 😉 Great flash!! I want to know more. 🙂

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