Game On! A First #8Sunday #flashfiction

Game On! is my short story I’m serving up on Weekend Writing Warriors for #8Sunday. In this week’s flash fiction eight, Jordan (an emotionally scarred teacher) and Heath (a semi-pro football player), met recently and have finished their first date where she’s proposed a sexual game during his time in the area. She ended brunch with a teasing a kiss, saying she’d call him.

Jordan licked her lips enjoying the lingering taste of his masculinity. Who was she trying to kid? More than likely he was attracted to her because of her apparent indifference. With having cheerleader types swooning over him for a decade, he’d probably grown bored. Then she’d snatched a pass out of mid-air right in front of him on the beach.

Funny thing was she didn’t feel athletic around him. Every bit of his six foot three, two-hundred twenty plus pounds of hard male made her soft. Feminine in fact―a first for her.

Hope you’ve enjoyed today’s flash fiction for Game On! For more fun check out other Weekend Writing Warriors‘ blogs.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Exciting read May 19, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I loved the theme of the book. The lovers coming together after being separated for so long and having their love endure for ten years then growing stronger was awesome. Accepting who and what they are is a perfect example of how everyone should treat themselves and one another.

10 thoughts on “Game On! A First #8Sunday #flashfiction”

  1. Oh wow, she’s got it bad for him already! I like how you’ve touched on a truth about men. They want “aloof”. They enjoy the chase. And I think evolutionary psychology supports that idea. I love that you included that line! Good 8, Dani!

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