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Aquatic Warmth

By Roy Gino

Copyright@2017 by Roy Gino

Smashwords Edition

This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental.

This Erotic Short Story is loaded with, hot, graphic sex! It is intended only for adults over the age of 18 and all characters are represented as 18 or over.

Richard looked at the blank screen of his laptop for a long moment. He knew that he had to fill it but he was unable to start his assignment even when he tried really hard. He had already completed his notes but he did not know how to begin.

He quickly rubbed his head as he was frustrated and shut his laptop.

“I need a drink,” he said to himself as he got up and walked to the kitchen.

He took a can of beer from the fridge and stood by the kitchen window. He looked out to see people walking out on the street. It was getting already dark outside and he wished that he was out there rather than staying indoor and trying to complete something that was not happening obviously.

Richard had to complete four thousand word assignment in a week and he did not know how he would complete it. He let out a heavy sigh.

“I need some fresh air,” he thought to himself as he took the keys of his car and walked out of his apartment.

For the entire week, the weather had been really glorious but now the clouds were getting dark over his head. Rain was about to make the night damp and Richard cursed as he wanted to pull down his car windows but the rain would make the air chill, forcing him to turn on the heather and keep the windows up.

He got in his car and pressed a bit harder on his accelerator as he needed to release some steam. Deep inside, Richard wanted to get something happened but he could not explain it even if he could picture it easily.

He drove randomly with his motor roaring loudly to mirror exactly his mood. The road in front of him was dark but his car was about the only one on the road with rain now falling heavily. The wipers of his car danced on the windscreen to give him enough sight of the road.

The weather was getting really bad and this frustrated him since he had now to slow down and find a place to chill out. It was not easy for him to find a place since it was already night and the weather did not show any sign of calming down. He drove to an area full of trees with big branches making the night darker as they met above his head to form an awning.

Some lightness was showing up in front of him as the trees got thin. He recognized the place in his mind and knew that a pub was ahead of him somewhere. He hoped to stop there to get a drink and unwind for a moment before returning to the cursed assignment that was waiting for him at home.

He grunted when he drove around the corner. His foot pressed on the breaks hard as he spotted another car at the side of the dark road. The trunk of the car was up.

“Who the fuck is idiot enough to park a car so near to a bend?” he asked in his mind and thought about cursing the driver.

Josey kicked her car once again while wishing that she had paid more attention when her ex-husband had taught her how to change the tires. Rather, she was now cursing the car in front of her.

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