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Wet Dreams

Joseph Tea

Published January 22nd 2014
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Marriage IIRic and Tori go on a little vacation to unwind, relax, and maybe, possibly do a bit of landscaping on the cabin at the behest of Toris brother. Hidden in their bags, Ric packs a surprise for his wife Tori, a school teacher. EventsMoreMarriage IIRic and Tori go on a little vacation to unwind, relax, and maybe, possibly do a bit of landscaping on the cabin at the behest of Toris brother. Hidden in their bags, Ric packs a surprise for his wife Tori, a school teacher. Events unfold rather... differently than either of them had imagined.Excerpt:“Honey?” he called out as he sat up. No response. His towel was dry, the covers underneath him were damply warm, and he wondered what time it was.He sniffed the air, confused by the cacophony of scents.He padded out into the main hallway and noted the crackling fireplace, happily spitting away. He followed a trail of tiny, flickering candles that led him to the glowing kitchen. Inside, Tori sat beside the dining table, facing towards him with long, bare, demurely crossed legs, illuminated by a strange combination of lights. There were the tea lights, but on the table there were two centerpieces that explained the enjoyable but confusing smell Ric had awoken to.There was a pint-sized Christmas tree candle resting on the table, which Tori had bought years ago, that was putting off a distinctly minty cedar smell. Beside the slowly melting effigy of Christmas, there was a bloody, half-melted Halloween skull that smelled of pumpkin spice and cinnamon.Tori watched him with brown eyes burning with the reflections of the pinpricks of flames surrounding her. Her hair was drawn to either side in pigtails, and she was wearing a jaw-dropping gothic schoolgirl outfit that seemed like something straight out of the wardrobe of a Tim Burton movie. It took him a moment to notice the black eyeliner, eye shadow, and the dark, dark lipstick she was wearing.He wasnt sure if it was red or black.