By Claire Thompson
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Her heart skipped a beat. Just hearing his voice, low and sure, set her heart pounding. Tonight was the night! The first night of their new “game”. Their sex games, she thought with a thrill, still not quite believing she’d agreed to this. ” She liked that he called her “sweet”. She relaxed in the red recliner, absently smoothing the leather arm with her fingers. ” So, he was like all the rest, she thought, smiling. She looked down at herself. “I’m wearing a T-shirt like you said. White. No bra.
If this was an odd way of phrasing things, Rachel didn’t pick up on it. She hung on his every word, fascinated and not a little love-struck. Richard held forth at some length about his ideal woman. She would be open and honest, like Rachel was. She wouldn’t have to be sexually experienced but she would have to be willing to trust her lover. She would be adventurous—willing to try new things, even if they seemed strange or risqué. She would accept that her lover would be the one in control. He would call the shots sexually speaking and she would submit to his requests.
A brief window of spring had opened before the onset of endless muggy summer heat. “Well, it isn’t like you. I’ve always admired how still you are for a young woman. Not so flighty and full of yourself like most girls today. ” Rachel didn’t reply as she self-consciously touched her rouged cheek. During their talks, after Rachel had confided that she did in fact wear her hair back at work and didn’t bother with her face, Richard had suggested she might try some makeup as an experiment. “Just a little blusher, a little lipstick.
A Lover's Call by Claire Thompson