Friday, July 6, 2012

Flash Fiction Friday ~ The Fragrance of Lust ~ Re-Print August 19, 2011

Ahhhhh, today is Flash Fiction Friday.  I have been remiss.....and way too busy.  I thought I would re-print one of my very first Flashes, just because I haven't had time to write one for today's photo and because I like it.  I hope you enjoy the clip.....

The Fragrance of Lust

The chemistry between the two models was nearly palpable. While the others broke down the cologne production on the beach, the two men, hearts rushing, pulses pounding and skin nearly aflame with desire, fell into a sizzling private embrace.

Their lips met, tongues laced between them; they shared a breath so hot and fluid it felt like cum. Eager hands dropped between the chiseled, oiled bodies as they both groped for the other’s hardened cock. Cumming together, laughing at their own eagerness, the passionate fervor they shared was heavy with the fragrance of lust.

Now, just because I have been busy and remiss, don't think that my friends have been for a moment.  They all wrote about this fabulous photo below.  It reminds me of the lazy, hazy, crazy daze of summer when we were teens in California.  Friday nights we would go up to the aqueduct and "watch the submarine races", explore one another's body and trace the words I love you in sweet sweat on each other's trembling thighs..................ahhhhhhhh, to be young with quivering curiousity again.  Have a visit to my friends below and see what they wrote about this wonderful photo.  Do them one at a time or go to our awesome author's page and do them like a waterfall of talent.  But, do them:) xo

Veronica Fredricks:
Savannah Chase
Julez S Morbius:
Kendel Davi:
S. J. Maylee:
Naomi Shaw:
Bonni Sansom:
Benjamin T. Russell
Cyril J. Michael:
Venus Cahill:
Gemma Parkes:


  1. That is so beautiful. I could almost taste their aroma. I always have to catch my breath reading your flashers. They always capture the moment perfectly.

  2. Heart pounding flash. Thank you for sharing a flash from before my time, what a treat.

  3. I love it, so amazing and so much emotion.


I was born when we kissed; I died when we parted. I lived in your embrace while we loved..........

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