Happy Tuesday, folks. I have just about recovered from all the excitement that was yesterday's Release day. So, without further ado, here's your teaser for today.
She should move, do something, anything, but she was too afraid of what may come out of her mouth if she did. She knew the rules—she had always known them. It wasn't his fault this day had come too soon.
She clutched the pillow to herself and turned her head away from the mirrors—mirrors that had seen her writhing in pleasure so many times, her limbs heavy and languid with desire. If she looked at them all she would see was his head between her legs, her body arched and open to him as he played her like he did his piano. A shudder went through her and she shut her eyes against the memories assaulting her. She'd treasured their snatched moments together in this room. The love they'd shared, the whispered dreams and hopes, his scent, his weight, forever imprinted on her body. The sheets still held his scent, the pillow, traces of his hair.
She clutched it closer to her, crushing it almost in her desperate need to keep him with her. But she had to let him go. Her gaze fell on the crushed black dress on the floor. She had a funeral to go to.
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Till next week, folks.