City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Seven: South Side Crush)

Chapter Seven: South Side Crush:

Hayley stood in the library with Neil’s eyes on her back.

Noooooo! Nooooo! How did this happen?! Why is she here? Oh god, why? Why? She turned around and forced herself to smile.

“Uh… hi…” she said. “Neil… I wasn’t expecting to see you here.” Hayley nervously laughed.

“Shhh!” the old librarian hissed. Hayley ducked her head and clenched her teeth.

“Sorry,” she whispered. The big butch black lesbian stared at her the whole time. Hayley rubbed the back of her head. Oh crap! Why does she have to be here? I don’t know what to say around her. It didn’t help that Neil had to look so attractive too. Hayley looked around for something, anything. More


City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Four: Alone Down Time)

Chapter Four: Alone Down Time:

Izzie barely gets days like this anymore. In the beginning of her adult life, she lived alone. Some of her lovers spent the night with her, but they never live with her. Izzie enjoyed being alone. That all changed when Kris and Dianne entered the picture.

It started out subtle. Her current lovers would leave small items in the spare rooms. Occasionally, Izzie would notice. She call up Kris or Dianne let them know that they left a watch or a pen between.

“Oh,” they would say. “I’ll come by a pick it up later.” That later almost never really came. Then, more and more things of theirs stayed to never leave her apartment. Izzie took notice as she looked around. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Two: Izzie + Kris II)

Chapter Two: Izzie + Kris II:

-Summer 2012-

It took one week for Izzie and Kris to get close. Izzie herself was picky in her treats ever since that whole Sabrina nightmare. She did everything to never run into another one like her. Izzie voiced her problems to her potential lover.

“So… you’re a lesbian?” he asked.

“Bisexual,” Izzie corrected.

“Oh, I see,” Kris said.  She raised her eyebrow.

“Is that a problem?”

“No, what you are is your business.”

Izzie began to smile. “Smart answer.” She stood on her tip-toes and kissed him on the lips. Kris gently kissed back.

“What was that for?” he asked. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter One: Three-Way Date)

City Lounge: New York: Book Two

Chapter One: Three-Way Date:

Izzie smiled in her mirror. When she put on her Vanilla Coke lip gloss, the author was ready to go. She grabbed her silver purse and walked out of the room. Kris and Dianne sat on the living room couch, waiting.

“Sorry to keep you waiting,” Izzie said. Both of her lovers stared at her in her long black and white diamond dress. They loved the dip at the top, showing off her cleavage and the way the dress itself hugged her curves.

“Is this a fancy club tonight?” Kris asked. Izzie smiled as she twirled around. More

City Lounge: Berlin (Book Two, Chapter Ten: Couple Celebration)

Chapter Ten: Couple Celebration:

That same evening, Stephanie learned the news that Sebastian and I became a couple again. She clapped her hands together and grinned.

“Wow! I’m so happy for you!” she said.

“Thanks,” I said. We already told you this and you went back to sleep! Stephanie jumped to her feet.

“Let’s celebrate!” she said. I gave her a blank stare.

“You were too bored to do anything a couple of hours ago,” I pointed out. My crazy friend raised her arms in the air.

“I’m awake now,” she said. “It’s time to celebrate the happy couple!” Stephanie marched over to my door. More

City Lounge: Paris (Book Two, Chapter Nine: A Touch of Class)

Chapter Nine: A Touch of Class:

Simone invited me out to somewhere fancy tonight. Okay, I can take a touch of class. She called me up after I made it to work.

“Hey, babe,” Simone said on the other line. My heart jumped into my throat. I shouldn’t be surprised that the witch’s spell could reach me other the phone.

“Simone!” I yelped outside of the glass doors. “Did I forget something at your place?”

“No,” she said.

“No?” I asked.


A puzzled look came onto my face. “Then… what is it?”

“A friend of mine is having a restaurant opening tonight,” she said. “I’m supposed to be working, but I don’t mind taking a date along with me.” I don’t know how she does it. The more I stay with her, the harder it is that I find to say no. More

City Lounge: Paris (Book Two, Chapter Eight: Season of the Witch)

Chapter Eight: Season of the Witch:

Simone has this powerful hold on me. Every night, I am reminded of this. Tonight was no different. I walked her home from hanging around at her mom’s cafe. It started with Simone nibbling on my ear. My whole body became tense.  When my eyes trailed downwards, she looked up at me with catlike grin.

“Entertain me,” she purred in my ear. Something in her voice ordered me to comply. My face turned red as I gulped.

“Simone…” was all that came out of my mouth.

“Please?” she asked. I hadn’t realized how close she was to my body. I lowered my eyes to where she had her arms around mine. More

City Lounge: Paris (Book Two, Chapter Six: Fruit Market)

Chapter Six: Fruit Market:

Who knew Paula and I lived near the Marché Bastille? Okay, we passed through it a few times when going to and from work, but I never stopped, stopped in it for a look around. We always bought food at the high-priced stores.

“We always bought food at the high-priced stores,” I repeated to Simone as walked through, looking at the many stalls opening up for the day.

“I am sorry to hear that,” she said. I gave her a strange look.

“Don’t you shop at the high-priced stores too?” I asked.

“Not for food,” Simone said. “Mama wouldn’t let me hear the end of it if I did.”

“Huh?” I asked. More

City Lounge: Paris (Book Two, Chapter Five: Simone, Up, and Down)

Chapter Five: Simone, Up, and Down:

-Saturday Morning-

I woke in my bed from yesterday evening. I rubbed my forehead as I looked around.

“Where am I?” I muttered.

“Your place,” I heard someone answer. I looked and saw Simone sitting at the foot of my bed.

“So good to see you awake,” she said. I tilted my head.

“You dragged me home yesterday?” I asked.

“I had to. It wouldn’t be right to leave you laid out in the shop.”

I looked at her with big eyes. “What happened to me?”

“You drank your coffee too fast.”



I tilted my head before it donned on me. “Oh…”

“Yes. You drank it too fast. You’re not supposed to do that.”

“I’m not?”

“No.” She smiled when she said that. I began to remember the activities in that shop. I looked that Indigo Queen in her the eyes. More

City Lounge: Paris (Book Two, Chapter Four: Happy Place)

Chapter Four: Happy Place:

I met up with Simone in Place d’Acadie after work. To be honest, I have never been to this plaza before. You would think for after a year, I would have seen more of Paris. I guess I don’t get out as much as I need to. Maybe I might do that now that I am single(ish?) again.

Simone looked up when she saw me running towards her. She folded her arms across her chest.

“You’re late,” she said. I chuckled and rubbed the back of my head.

“Sorry about that,” I said. “The meeting ran a bit over time.” Simone turned to leave.

“Shall we get going?” she asked. My face lit up like an excited puppy.

“Yes!” I said. That Indigo Queen began walking down the cobblestone street. I ran to catch up with her. More

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