If you’ve ever fallen in love with a married man, you know what feelings of defeat gift-giving elicits. You want to give him everything, but where would he put it? What can a mistress possibly give her lover at Christmas?
As a career-Mistress, Giselle knows very well how hard it is to find a good Christmas gift for a married man. She can't buy him anything meaningful—where would he put it? Besides, she isn’t even sure how much Winston really cares about her. He doesn't seem terribly invested in their relationship. Just when Giselle convinces herself finding him a gift of consequence isn't worth worrying about, Winston surprises her with a Christmas present both magnificent and heart-felt.
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60054-319-7
lyd Category: Fairy Tales and Love Songs
Length: 6,573 words
Rating: Shooting Star
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Cover Price: 2.00
Without saying anything, without even appearing terribly interested, Winston sat down in his big, leather armchair. My lover was incredibly aloof at times, and perhaps I was drawn to that. It meant that every time he took a moment to focus his full attention on me, I felt as though I had accomplished a great feat. I always did appreciate a challenge.
I flicked the light switch, and the room became very dark. Mid-winter, Canadian nights begin even before the day is out. I made my way over to straddle him in his chair.
“Close the blinds,” he pre-empted.
Did it matter, with the lights already off, if the blinds were closed or not? But it was not for me to judge Winston’s desire for discretion. After all, I was not the married one. I closed the blinds and made my cautious return to him in pitch blackness. Leaning into Winston’s hard body, I kissed the aromatic softness of his left cheek, lingering close. His stoicism made me wild with desire. I kissed his right cheek, breathing heavily against his flesh, but he made no sound, no motion.
When I leaned in to kiss his lips, Winston caught my head in his hands. In a cavernous whisper, he told me, “You’ve left my office too many times with your lips raw and red. People will catch on.” It could easily have shattered my heart when he said, “I’m not going to kiss you today,” but it didn’t. It was incredibly arousing, knowing that in a moment Winston would flip me around and press my front against volumes and papers on his solid desk. With none of the caring preliminaries, he would toss my skirt up over my ass and fuck my pussy in absolute darkness.
Eroticist, environmentalist, and pastry enthusiast Giselle Renarde is a proud Canadian, supporter of the arts, and activist for women’s and LGBT rights. For Giselle, a perfect day involves watching a snowstorm rage outside with a cup of tea in one hand and a chocolate truffle in the other. Ms Renarde lives across from a park with two bilingual cats who sleep on her head.
Giselle Renarde is author of Cunning Little Vixens, Tangled Roots, The Birthday Gift, and Kandinsky's Shirt Button (eXcessica), Beneath the Ice (loveyoudivine) and short story contributor to more than fifteen anthologies including, Love Bites and Bite Me (BBA/Torquere Press), Girls on Top (Cleis Press), Tasting Her (Cleis Press), Ultimate Lesbian Erotica 2009 and Best Lesbian Love Stories 2009 (alyson books), Like Twin Stars (Circlet Press), as well as Mammoth Book of Erotic Confessions (Constable & Robinson), Coming Together: With Pride, Coming Together: Al Fresco, and Coming Together: Against the Odds (Phaze).
Online, Giselle has contributed erotic fiction, poetry, and articles to such websites as For The Girls, Ruthie's Club, Three Pillows, Oysters & Chocolate, Lucrezia Magazine, The Erotic Woman, and Hips and Curves.
The best way to keep up with Giselle's career in erotic fiction, as well as her desirous commentary and hyper-analysis of every facet of social existence, is to visit her Donuts and Desires blog at donutsdesires.blogspot.com.
Select blog posts exploring topics of gender and transgender are also available as podcasts at http://gisellerenarde.podbean.com/
For more information on Giselle and her work, visit her website at www.freewebs.com/gisellerenarde/