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The third featured short story in my own unofficial celebration of Britain’s National Short Story Week comes from CollTales in New York.
– Well, ladies, would you care to join me? Après un Rêve is refreshing reminder that even our most mature citizens can still enjoy uninhibited sex in the most unexpected circumstances.
Wesley Coll weaves an erotic tale of two adventurous women’s chance meeting with an old stranger in what appears to be an empty house. No sooner are they through the door than things take a surprise turn.
A shocking revelation for some, and a charmingly innocent encounter for others, Wesley employs the technique of instant surprise, so valuable for sparking short stories into life.
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Originally posted on CollTales:
– Well, ladies, would you care to join me?
It all had been a little bit of a trek albeit a fun one at it, really, walking around the old neighborhood, and finding this empty house, one they had no need or intention of buying, or even renting it, but that seemed storied enough to elicit a casual stroll inside.
– I need to take a quick shower, before I go to work, he proclaimed, for heaven knows I won’t be retiring anytime soon. You’re under no pressure to join me, of course, but if you do, it’d make it all memorable and worthwhile, wouldn’t you think? …
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