Box Lunch

Box Lunch

Eric Black

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Set in rural Mississippi in 1934, Mary is a lonely widow with a high-pitched sex drive and a hole in her heart only Arnell can fill. But Mary has a secret. She has the power to "move things around" in the minds of others, and her neighbors are steering clear. Arnell has to be told, but will it make a difference? Fried chicken and apple pie can go a long way in winning a man's attention, and for this farm girl, it's only the beginning.

 
PUBLISHED BY: eXcessica publishing
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PUBLICATION DATE: 2009
WORD COUNT: 5216
SEXUAL CONTENT RATING: 3 3 3
EBOOK READER RATING:
CATEGORIES: Romantic Fiction, Erotica, Historical, Paranormal
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COPYRIGHT Eric Black/2009

They lay naked to the blue sky and the warm spring air, smelling of the juices that had been inside them and glistening in the falling sun. Arnell rolled to his side and pulled a cigarette from a tin of tobacco.

"I promised I'd tell you everything," she said to him. "Do you want to hear it?"

"Sure," he replied, and blew out a wide puff of smoke.

"I'm not a witch," she repeated.

"You've said that," he returned. "So why do people think you are?"

"I have kind of a 'power' I guess," she replied. "And some of the people came to know about it...and, maybe one or two were affected by it is all. But mostly I just use it for myself."

"What kind of 'power?'" he asked. "What are you talking about?"

"Well, like what you and me did just a while ago..."

"Uh huh," he urged, his curiosity peaking.

"Well up until just then, I was a virgin."

And the cigarette fell from Arnell's lips, burning his bare chest and neck, and he was on his feet in a hurry, naked and coughing wildly, trying to brush away the burning ash.

"You okay," Mary asked

Arnell didn't lie back down, but stood apart from her and didn't seem to know which way to go.

"You were a what did you say?" he rasped. "And how old did you tell me you are? Forty-one or something, and I think you got kids somewhere don't you?"

"Two," she nodded.

"So how?"

"This ain't easy to understand," she told him. "Even for me."

 
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