Tag Archives: romance

Office Quickie

Meg Philip/ April 15, 2017

The sun was slowly setting, the temperature had dropped slightly. Everybody had gone home including the cleaners. The office was deserted, almost! The door was shut but not locked; the blinds up and the window open. Music was playing quietly from the PC. You’re pummelling me from behind, banging the shit out of my pussy. I’m screaming filthy directives at

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It’s My Turn…!

Meg Philip/ April 15, 2017

I’ve bowed to your requests and gave you everything you asked for. I didn’t question or refuse your requests, I did exactly as you told me to, following your instructions to the letter; damn I even threw in a trick or two of my own. And I know you liked it my little sex pot; I know you loved every

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Final Fling

Meg Philip/ April 15, 2017

The pre commitment bash was in full swing; there were people everywhere. I didn’t realise we knew so many people between us. I looked around the hall observing our guests chatting, drinking and dancing. Monique was standing near the bar with her “girls” they were smiling and making eyes with Colin and his “boys” I could tell it wouldn’t be

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Love By Text

Meg Philip/ April 15, 2017

Whilst waiting for him, Stella changed her clothes a dozen times before settling on a knee length denim skirt and a coordinating top with a plunging neckline. She was just about to sit down with a cup of tea, when the door bell rang. ‘Aaaarrrrrggggggghhhhhhhh. What are you doing here already?’ she screamed when she saw Ollie. ‘Well the transport

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Evening In…!

Meg Philip/ April 15, 2017

I was late home from work, a little later than normal but still early enough to chill out for a couple of hours before calling it a night. She was already home, said she finished work early and went to the gym with her partner in crime. “Eat first or shower?” she asked as I kissed her. “Eat I think;

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Drive Me Crazy

Meg Philip/ April 15, 2017

She was on her way home from dinner and drinks with some friends in the West End. Perfect timing she thought as she arrived at the bus stop at the same time as her bus. Smile in place, she swiped her Oyster card and took her seat at the back of the bus. Earphones in place, she switched play lists

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