Talia p. 4

They enjoyed their late meal, and Finnegan carefully packed their new glasses into his saddlebags when they returned to his bike.  They hopped on and set off for his preferred destination: the back country.  They wove through the side streets, found a few long stretches, climbed up the hillside and glided back down.  It was... Continue Reading →

Talia p. 3

Talia was feeling light as air as they parked just outside the market.  Her body was as revved as the engine on the Harley, Finnegan's ability to keep his hands to himself amazed her, and she felt rebellious. As they started towards the market, Finnegan's cell phone rang.  He gave her a pained look and... Continue Reading →

Talia p. 2

Talia thought it was best that her hired tour guide was rendered speechless.  Listening to him speak was incredible, his thick accent making everything he said sound poetic.  She leaned in, as instructed, and enjoyed the feel of his body as he righted the bike and fired the engine. She reflexively gripped him tighter as... Continue Reading →

Talia p. 1

Talia excitedly finished the last curl, ensuring her long brunette hair would stay presentable, at least for the moment.  She sprayed the curl in place, and gleefully bounced around simply to watch herself in the mirror, wild locks bouncing this way and that. It was her birthday!  What better day to celebrate! I mean, if... Continue Reading →

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