Do You Know What It's Like To Wait For You? A sleepless, breathy ramble
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I’m working on a new novel, as many of you know, and so that puts me in a particular frame of mind. True love never runs smooth in erotic fiction, and so my mind drifts towards thoughts of longing, and desperation, and unrequited desire.
So in this audio, I’m restless and frustrated, sleepless with desire and wishing you were here. Let me tell you how you’ve affected me, how much I ache for you, how much I need you…
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CharlieRomeoLima on 2019-07-06 02:26:20 (UTC)
This sensual monologue vividly illustrates the profound depth of her emotions in his absence, and if only he could perceive the intensity of her desire this night he'd be reminded of why he could not help but be so drawn to a woman of such a creative persuasion! And all good stories revolve around some source of conflict and the narrative tension that surrounds it, and the obstacles that stand in the way of true love, the highs and lows, the doubts harboured by the lovers, these things bring that element into the story. Another excellent addition to your audio catalogue!
BTW, I was reading some Irish news, and I came across an article about that shop you showed us in the past, "Knobs & Knockers". It's moving away from Dublin centre to Dún Laoghaire b/c of (this is of course familiar in cities everywhere) high rents, and the Luas making it hard for customers to bring in their cars. I expect it'll retain the famous name.
A Eve on 2019-07-06 22:58:47 (UTC)
Thank you so much, C! I love your eloquence in these comments, you're a pretty gifted writer you know! :P
And I'm not surprised to hear Knobs and Knockers moving out of an lár...although that hat saying "Knobs and Knockers Dublin" will be a bit of a collector's item :P