“The Lioness” by @pandadementia   2 comments

Her eyes beckoned me from across the room – eyes that burn like cigarettes. That burn told me she was hungry and I knew that I would not survive the night without bruises and bite marks telling the story of her ravenous appetite.

I knew I had only a brief period before her attentions were turned onto someone else and I would lose the excruciatingly delicious affects of her lust. I nodded my acquiescence, excused myself from friends, and made my way from the hotel’s ballroom to the elevator. She would be soon to follow.

I had just barely made it to my room and begun to take off my shirt when she burst through the door, wild-eyed. I could smell her passion from where I stood. I had hoped that I would be fully undressed by the time she arrived, in order to save my wardrobe from the destruction that she frequently wrought upon it, but it was not to be.

She advanced upon me and in a whirlwind ripped the shirt from my hands and tore my slacks from my body. Now fully nude, she stepped back and devoured me with her eyes, licking her lips.

“You look like a greedy lioness about to go in for the kill,” I joked, feebly attempting to assuage the intensity of the situation and my nervousness about which wicked things she would do to me this time.

There was a glint in her eye and a small smile played on her lips as she said, “Greed is good.”

And she pounced.

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Posted August 21, 2010 by thejournalinggame

2 responses to ““The Lioness” by @pandadementia

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  1. I felt this deeply! I could feel the energy of this was intense and exciting!!! Great read. Love it!

  2. A whirl wind of a story! Lots of action and very exciting.

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