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Authors: Emily Prior

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That Moment

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THAT MOMENT

 

Emily Prior

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Bonton Press

 

COPYRIGHT © 2014 BY BONTON PRESS.

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The night was dark. There was only a sliver of a moon showing occasionally through the blanket of clouds in the sky. The stars were barely visible. The air was warm and humid, a typical mid- July evening.

 

Jessica pulled her car into her driveway after a long day at Sunshine Kids Day Care Center where she worked. The cabin in the woods was dark and surrounded by trees. Jessica loved it. She parked the car and fumbled in her purse for her house keys before leaving the car. She found the key and went to the door. Her big white cat, Angel, was patiently waiting on the porch by the door, meowing. Jessica bent down and scooped up the cat, hugging her gently.

 

When the door was unlocked and opened, Angel jumped from Jessica's arms and ran into the kitchen to eat. Jessica closed the door, turned on the light switch by the door and kicked off her black high heeled shoes, putting them in the closet by the door. She went in the kitchen and took a bottle of beer from the fridge. She opened it and took a long swallow as she sat on the chair by the table. "What a day, Angel. Those kids were wild today, kitty." she said to the cat, who looked at her and meowed. She sat there for about 15 minutes, drinking her beer. She looked at the clock on the wall, 5:45 pm. She had just over 2 hours before Kurt would arrive.

 

Jessica opened the cabinet door by the fridge and pulled out a bottle of wine, putting it on the top shelf in the refrigerator to get cold. She took 2 wine glasses from the cupboard and rummaged around in the utensil drawer for the corkscrew, setting it on the counter by the glasses. With the wine chilling, Jessica went into the livingroom and turned on the stereo to her favorite country station. She walked back through the kitchen and into the bathroom, undressing as she went.

 

She took off her blue button-up blouse and long black skirt, tossing them into the laundry hamper. She removed her black lace bra, black lace panties, black fishnet stockings and black garter belt, tossing them into the lingerie basket by the hamper. She pulled out the hairpins that were holding her hair up and placed them on the counter by the sink. She shook out her cloud of chocolate brown hair that fell to her waist. She turned on the water in the shower and stepped into it, closing the curtain.

 

Jessica let the warm water flow seductively over her smooth skin, which was tanned golden from the sun. It flowed over her ample breasts and pert nipples, over her slightly plump tummy and butt, down over the dark silky curls of her woman's mound and down her long shapely legs to her dainty feet with the toenails painted bright red. She closed her eyes and thought about the night ahead. Her boyfriend Kurt would be there at 8:00 sharp. She opened her eyes and looked at the clock on the wall above the toilet: 6:00 pm. Exactly two hours til Kurt got there for dinner.

 

Jessica smiled as she poured shampoo onto her hand and washed her hair, remembering the day she met Kurt: She was shopping for a new computer at the local electronics store and he was looking at the one beside the one she was looking at. At first, Jessica thought he was one of the store salesmen, so she asked him, "Excuse me, sir. Could you tell me more about this particular laptop computer? What features it has and all?"

 

He replied in a very sensual voice, "Sorry ma'am. I don't work here and I don't know much about that model. You might want to ask one of the guys wearing the green shirts."

 

At the sound of that silky smooth voice, Jessica looked up to see the most handsome man she'd ever seen. His long shoulder length hair was black as a raven's feathers, with blue highlights where the light touched it. His skin was a golden bronze from being out in the sun a lot. He had high cheek bones, a strong square jaw, and the most beautiful, heart-stopping blue eyes she'd ever seen. They weren't very light, but they weren't very dark either, almost a royal blue color that a person could almost drown in.

 

He had broad muscular shoulders, long strong arms and hands that could probably be dangerous as well as gentle. He was wearing a tight white tee shirt with a patch of curly dark chest hair peeking out at the low collar. His chest was well formed, and Jessica could see the small dark bumps of his nipples poking against the thin fabric of the shirt.

 

Her gaze moved down slowly, taking in the view of his flat 6-pack abs, lean narrow waist, slim muscular hips, thighs and legs which were covered by a pair of tight black denim jeans. He was wearing a pair of black snakeskin cowboy boots. She quickly brought her gaze back up to his face, blushing as her eyes locked with his. He knew by her blushing that she had been checking him out. He extended his hand, smiled and said, "Hi, I'm Kurt Coltrane."

 

Jessica took his hand and shook it, feeling his strong but gentle grip and said, "I'm Jessica Jones. Nice to meet you, Mr. Coltrane." At the contact of his hand on hers, Jessica felt a tremor of heat move up her arm and down to the pit of her stomach, feeling like a hundred butterflies being released inside of her.

 

His smile would have knocked her socks off if she had been wearing any. His teeth were perfectly straight and shining brilliantly white in that gorgeously tanned, clean shaven face. Jessica resisted the urge to reach up and run her fingers over those full sensuous lips surrounding those pearly white teeth.

 

"What am I doing? I just met him. I can't reach up and caress his face like I've known him for years!" she thought to herself. She turned away quickly so he wouldn't see the rosy pink blush creeping up over her face.

 

He smiled at her again, then he surprised her by asking, "Would you like to go out for coffee with me sometime?" She was speechless, so she nodded that she would like to. He reached into his back pocket, pulled out his wallet, then removed a card from it. He handed it to her and she read it. It was a business card with his phone number on it. "Call me when you can join me for coffee, ok?" he said with a smile.

 

She reached into her purse, pulled out a notepad and pen and wrote down her name and phone number. She tore off the page and handed it to him. She said, "Not if you call me first!" Then she gave him her own dazzling smile. they said good bye to each other, made their purchases, and Jessica left the store with her new laptop computer.

 

That Kurt would actually call her within a week was really surprising to Jessica. He called her three days later and they met at a local coffee shop called Café Z. They sat at a corner table drinking coffee and talking about many topics, the weather, sports, music, current events, and their families. They were there for 3 hours enjoying each other's company when Jessica asked him to come to her house for dinner the next night. He accepted right away, saying, "I'll even bring the wine, honey."

 

Since the next day was Saturday and Jessica was off from work, she went to the store to get the groceries needed for her dinner with Kurt. She decided on Spaghetti and Meatballs, tossed salad, garlic bread, and Lemon Meringue Pie for dessert. She also picked up other items that she needed. She stopped by the drug store and picked up the refill prescription for her birth control pills, a box of condoms and a tube of lube. "Better safe than sorry," she said to herself. She stopped by the florist on her way home and bought a bouquet of assorted flowers for the table arrangement. She hurried home to get everything ready.

 

When she got home, she put away the groceries, fed the cat, then set herself to work cleaning every room in her house: the livingroom, kitchen & dining room, bathroom, and her bedroom upstairs in the loft. She took the bearskin rug from in front of the fireplace outside and flopped it over the clothesline in the back yard to air it out. She beat it with a broom to get the dust out of it. She went to the barn and fed her two horses, Cajun, the Quarter Horse gelding and Lady, the Thoroughbred mare. Angel the cat was in the barn hunting for mice, and meowed when Jessica bent to pet her.

 

Jessica grabbed a horse brush and went to run it quickly over the bear rug before taking it inside to put back in front of the fireplace. After putting the rug back, Jessica went out to the garden with a basket over her arm. She picked the vegetables needed for the tossed salad: lettuce, peppers, tomatoes, carrots and cucumbers, placing them in the basket. She carried the vegetables inside and washed them. She put them in the refrigerator to chill until she was ready to make the salad.

 

She went outside again, grabbed the horse brush and put it back in the barn. She went to the wood pile and got an armload of wood. She took the wood inside and placed it in the woodbox by the fireplace. She put kindling wood in the fireplace just in case she wanted to light a fire after dinner if things went well. She glanced up at the mantle clock: 6:30 pm. An hour and a half til Kurt arrived.. She washed her hands and prepared the vegetables for the salad, putting them into a big bowl in the fridge. She got the spaghetti from the cupboard, then put a pot of water on the stove. She took the garlic bread out of the freezer to thaw.

 

Jessica looked at the clock again: 6:45 pm. She ran up the stairs to her room, threw open the doors of her closet and decided what to wear. She took out a black leather knee-length skirt with rhinestone studs along the hem and side seams, a red silk shirt with a floral design done in pink rhinestones, and her red spike heel shoes, laying the clothes on the bed and the shoes on the floor by the bed. Then she went to her dresser and took out her red lace and silk bra and the matching panties, black fishnet stockings and her red garter belt, putting them on the bed too. She opened her jewelry box and selected a pearl necklace with matching earrings and bracelet, setting them on the dresser.

 

With her clothes and jewelry selected, she went back downstairs to the bathroom and took her shower. The clock said 7:25 pm. Thirty-five minutes left to get ready. She hurried through her shower, toweled off and applied her perfume and cosmetics. She dried and styled her hair into a mass of shiny dark brown curls and waves that tumbled over her shoulders and down her back. Wrapping a fluffy towel around her naked body, she went back to her bedroom and dressed. Then she double-checked to make sure she had the condoms and lube and other necessities in the drawer of her night stand before going downstairs. It was now 7:45 pm.

 

She turned on the burner under the pot of water for the pasta. Then Jessica put a bright yellow tablecloth on the table, placing the vase of flowers in the center and two long yellow taper candles on either side of the flowers. She set out the plates and silverware, napkins and wine glasses, then checked the water and added the pasta.

 

She went into the livingroom, put on a cd of soft rock music and made sure there were matches on the mantle for the fireplace. As she was coming back into the kitchen to stir the pasta, she heard a car pull into the driveway. Jessica looked out the window by the door and saw Kurt getting out of his car, a 1974 candy apple red Chevy Nova, her favorite kind of car. He had a bottle of wine in one hand and a long white box in the other.

 

She opened the door and met him on the porch. He leaned down, kissed her on the cheek and said, "You look beautiful tonight, Jessica." as he flashed that gorgeous smile at her.

 

She smiled back and said, "Thank you Kurt. You look very handsome yourself. Come on inside. Dinner's almost ready." Kurt gave Jessica the wine and they went inside.

 

Jessica went into the kitchen to stir the pasta, which was almost done. She put the wine in the freezer to chill. Kurt came into the kitchen and placed the long white box on the table. He walked up behind Jessica and slid his hands around her waist, pulled her close and kissed her neck. Jessica laughed and gently pushed Kurt away, saying with a laugh, "Dinner's gonna burn if you continue doing that! Here, make yourself useful and toss the salad." She handed him the salad tongs and he took the salad out of the refrigerator. Jessica put the garlic bread in the oven, then drained the pasta. She put the pasta in a bowl and sat it on the counter.

 

Then she poured the hot sauce and meatballs into another bowl, setting it beside the pasta on the counter. Kurt placed the salad on the table, then he put the bowls of pasta and sauce on there too. Jessica took the bread from the oven, put the hot slices on a plate and put it on the table. "Kurt, could you please get the grated cheese and salad dressing from the fridge and the wine from the freezer for me?" she asked him. He smiled and got them for her, setting them on the table.

 

Before they sat down to eat, Kurt took Jessica's hand and handed her the long white box. It was tied with a big red ribbon. She untied it and removed the top of the box. Jessica moved the white tissue paper aside to reveal a dozen long-stemmed pink roses and a small white envelope. Kurt said, "Go ahead, read the card, baby." Jessica opened the envelope and removed the card which read, "Jessica, Thank you for becoming a special part of my live. May we have many special moments together. Sincerely yours, Kurt C."

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