The List 26: Epilogue

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Previously: “Come on, get up.” She helped him to his feet, and reached around to shut the trunk of the car behind him. She carefully led him into the house, grabbing her purse and shutting the garage door as they walked by. She walked him into the bathroom, and raised an eyebrow, looking at him one last time before raising the pillow case and pulling it off his head. He blinked at the sudden light as she pursed her lips and shrugged. “That’s it, end of the list. What now?”

His eyes slipped closed and he leaned against her, exhaling heavily. “I think I’d like to take a shower.”

She carefully kissed his temple, and nodded. “Sounds reasonable.” She fished her keys out of her purse and walked around him to undo his handcuffs. One bracelet popped open, then the other, and he brought his arms around to rub his wrists. She gave his nudity an appreciative leer, taking in the bruises and abrasions, the words written on his chest, the dried saliva and stains on his body, and raised an eyebrow. “You want some company?”

He grinned back and nodded. “Sure.”

They trudged towards the shower, and she shed her clothes while he adjusted the water. Steam started to fill the room as she followed him into the shower, and they stood under the water for a few minutes, letting the warmth fill their bodies.

His shoulders slumped, and she idly ran a wash cloth over his arms, then his back. “You going to give bad advice over the internet anymore?”

He winced as she scrubbed at a bruised shoulder, and shrugged. “Not for a couple of days, at least.”

She snorted a brief laugh and kept scrubbing, then handed him the washcloth and turned around. “I’m pretty proud of you for not safe-wording. That got intense in a couple of spots.”

He started rubbing her back, then frowned and paused. “I could have safe worded? Fuck. I never thought of that.”

She started to ask if he was joking, then just smiled and closed her eyes. She leaned back against his hands and purred, deciding it didn’t really matter. He’d say or do something again, and she’d have another reason.

Not that she really needed it.

Author’s note: So that’s pretty much it. What do people prefer, longer stories with continuity, short stories, something else? Any thoughts or comments welcome.

Preview: “Well, that wasn’t what I was expecting.”

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9 thoughts on “The List 26: Epilogue”

  1. That was a fantastic masterpiece of a story, but please bring back the short stories! Oh how I’ve missed them. They are what make your site so unique in my opinion, and what caught my eye in the first place.

    1. Dawww, thanks. 🙂 I have a couple of short story ideas, and I’m not looking to go back to longer stuff anytime soon. Sometimes its just hard to tell what people are enjoying.

  2. I actually really loved this series. The scenes were discrete and you could read any one of them on their own with no issues, but the thread of continuity was nice, imo.

    1. Thanks, I’m glad it worked for you. 🙂 Continuity is a little harder to do (I actually have to remember stuff, like if people are gagged), but I’m glad it made things hawter for some people.

  3. I think my favourite style is two or three linked stories, occasionally, sprinkled through the stand-alone tales. (Think of it as like a season of TV with a few two-parters. :P)

    This was a pretty epic undertaking, though, and I’m totally floored. Congratulations for making it all the way through and coming up with so many creative scenarios!

    1. Thanks, stand-alones have their ups and downsides, but this is much longer than I usually write. I tend to think if you need 100,000 words to get off… maybe the writer could be doing a better job.

      And thanks again, it was fun. 🙂

  4. Well that was pretty darn amazing. I read it over about a week at work. Lying awake at night wondering what she would do next.

    First time I’ve ever read this ‘type’ of story and it was great. Going to keep an eye on your blogs.

    Thanks so much!

    1. Thanks, I’m not writing much lately (well, not porn anyway), but I have a few things I’m going to throw up soon. And you’re very welcome, and congrats on having a job where you can read porn. 🙂

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