City Lounge: Paris (Book Three, Chapter One: Nothing to Do Around Paris)

City Lounge: Paris

Chapter One: Nothing to Do Around Paris:

-Will-

Six months in and we are still together. I am pretty much used to Simone’s wild and adventurous ways. I look forward to where she’s going to be taking me each day. Her family and I get along very well. (Okay, Charlotte still isn’t fond of me. But, she doesn’t count for this.)

I woke to find my lovely in the kitchen. Simone was turning on the coffee pot as she hummed. She’s been staying over at my place lately. I couldn’t remember a night when I was alone. I snickered to myself as I crept up behind her. I embraced her from behind and kissed her on the neck. Simone giggled as she bunched up. More

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City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Fifteen: Izzie and Sabrina)

Chapter Fifteen: Izzie and Sabrina:

There are times when Izzie thinks about her and doesn’t want to. There used to be love there.

-Six Years Ago-

They met while Izzie was in community college. She was starting to embrace polyamory. She knew that she was attracted to men and women for a long time now. Initially, Izzie wasn’t looking for a date. She only attended Anime club, Japanese Culture Club, and Film Club outside of her classes. The soon-to-be author didn’t socialize much. It took her fellow club members to drag her out to a party one night. Izzie raised her eyebrow at them. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Fourteen: Izzie’s Relationships)

Chapter Fourteen: Izzie’s Relationships:

-Upper East Side-

Maggie, Naomi, Shasha, Liz, Shane, Kate, Elle, Carmen, Hayley, Jane, and Lily sat in Kate’s living room.

“When are Izzie and Dianne coming?” Jane asked.

“About thirty minutes or so,” Kate said.

“Tell me again,” Lily said. “Who is Izzie dating again– Kris or Dianne?”

“Both of them,” Kate said. The older woman gave her an odd look.

“What?” she asked.

“Yeah,” Elle said. “She’s polyamorous.” Lily raised her eyebrow.

“How does that even work?” she asked.

“She just dates them both, I guess,” Liz said. Her tone didn’t sound so certain. All of the women looked at each other. Jane had the same confused expression on her face. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Thirteen: Izzie’s Future)

Chapter Thirteen: Izzie’s Future:

-Soho, Manhattan-

Kris looked up at Izzie on her laptop. “Have you thought about what you want for your future?”

Izzie didn’t look up from her screen. “Sometimes.”

“What do you plan to do when your writing career is over?”

“It won’t be over.”

“How can you be so sure about that?”

“It’s all that I can do.” Izzie glanced over at Kris as he sat on her futon. He had his arms behind his head. She raised her eyebrow.

“What about you?” Izzie asked.

“Become officer,” Kris said. “Retire at an old age, get married, and have children.”

“Have children?” she asked. Her boyfriend shrugged and nodded. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Twelve: Summer in the Bronx)

Chapter Twelve: Summer in the Bronx:

Carmen stuffed her iPod into her jeans pocket. The weather sound that it would be another hot day in the Bronx. How many days was that now? Three? Four? Five? She was surprised that the whole block wasn’t on fire by now. Whatever. Carmen put her earbuds into her ears and headed out the door.

“I’ll be back soon!” she shouted.

“Okay!” her mother said from the kitchen. Carmen pulled out her iPod and hit play. Where did she feel like going today? The neighborhood looked the same as it did yesterday. Carmen decided to go right.

“Heading out today?” a old woman in her lawnchair on the sidewalk asked. The DJ took out her earbud. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Eleven: Party Night Out)

Chapter Eleven: Party Night Out:

Friday night.

Maggie and Naomi sat at the bar at a nightclub.

“Why am I out with you again?” Maggie asked. Naomi turned to her grinning.

“Why else?” she asked. “You need to get out more. How else are you ever getting laid?” Her friend narrowed her eyes at her.

“I don’t need your help,” she growled.

“Excuse me?” Naomi asked.

“Nothing,” Maggie lied. They looked out at the people dancing on the dancefloor. New York on a Friday night was the best. Saturday night sat right next to it. The women watched the brightly-colored lights flashing around them. Naomi leaned over on the bar. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Ten: Izzie’s Mental Game)

Chapter Ten: Izzie’s Mental Game:

Izzie raised her eyebrow at Neil.

“So, talk to me,” she said. “Who exactly are you?” The butch woman lowered her eyes.

“Uh, I like bikes,” she said.

“Do you?”

“Yeah.”

“What kind?” Izzie leaned in with her eyes fixed on her target. She had only heard the stories of Neil from Hayley. The way she talked, this butch lesbian sounded like Michael Myers. But from she saw, Neil looked like a shy little bunny rabbit aching to run away.

“Harley-Davidson.”

“Ah. Suits you well.”

“Uh… Thanks.”

Izzie tilted her head. “You don’t talk much, do you?” Neil looked away, blushing. Izzie sat back with her arms behind her head. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Nine: Neil)

Chapter Nine: Neil:

Izzie looked around her neighborhood. What did she want to do today? She looked around at the tall buildings towards the sky. Yes, today was going to be her day. Izzie’s lips curved into a smirk. Maybe she could go down to one of the neighborhoods and hang around for bit. She moved her arms behind her head. The best part was she would have all day too.

Izzie made her way down to Brooklyn. She suddenly felt like a having a slice of pizza. Keste West Village sounded just perfect right about now. Izzie could taste that hot melted cheese to her lips right now. Okay, she settled on that. She stuck up her arm in the air. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Eight: Izzie’s World II)

Chapter Eight: Izzie’s World II:

Izzie rules her world. She knows what she wants and will chase it down. Kris and Dianne try their best to keep up with her crazy. How does she keep them in her life? That’s all her secret.

This morning, she danced around in her room to Roy Ayers. Dianne walked up to her open bedroom door. She knocked on the hard white wood. Izzie spun around and froze.

“Yeah?” she asked. Dianne seemed to be shouting something at her.

“What?” Izzie asked over the loud music. Her girlfriend shouted louder again.

“What?!” the writer asked again. Dianne sighed and rolled her eyes as she reached over to turn off the stereo. More

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

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