Length: 10,000 Words
Heat Level: Nuclear Blast (5 Flames)
Candi knew hot things happened behind closed doors at the Pearl Beach Resort. After all, the place was owned by bisexual billionaire playboy Boris van Donk, who had a reputation for taking on all comers.
Candi's family of origin was strictly religious, and she has never given or received more than a chaste kiss in her 21 years. Between bad-boy Boris and her geeky, fun-loving, porn-writing housemates, an awakening of her desires is inevitable.
You can read the previous snippet at the following link. I engaged in a little creative punctuation to help the snippet conform to the Rainbow Snippets requirement of six sentences.
“He’s so full of shit. Do you remember the last time he got laid, Candi?”
“How could she remember if she wasn’t there, Lulu Panda?”
Luisa and Parsifal were both children of military families. Luisa’s family was Latino, but her father was stationed in Italy when she was born. Parsifal jokingly called her the Hoe of Venice, to which Luisa responded, “it’s the Venetian Dreamboat, my Tennessee lamb,” in a Latin-tinged Southern accent while blowing the provocateur a kiss; the Tennessee lamb nickname both addressed Parsifal’s Southern roots and compared him to the lady of loose virtue in a humorous song by the band Little Feat.
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Interesting bit ehre. Stirred my curiosityReplyDelete
A good response from Luisa!ReplyDelete