It Was Just a Kiss

It Was Just a Kiss

A. Mistory

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Couples Jim and Claire; Marsh and Audrey, or Dre, as her friends refer to her, are neighbors and best friends who’ve always spent weekends together hanging out and having great debates and good times. One weekend, the talk turns to the controversial Proposition 8 debate, bringing up the topic of gay marriage, and somehow culminates in a hot, lingering kiss between Claire and Dre that leave them all breathless and wondering how things got to that point.

That one kiss turns out to be a catalyst in the couples’ lives, leaving their marriages on shaky ground, and Claire and Dre clinging to one another for comfort…and more. The women’s lives unravel, in the midst of deceit and betrayal, but a love story unfolds against the backdrop of Proposition 8, as Claire and Dre seek a place where they can share their love, fully and completely.

 
PUBLISHED BY: eXcessica publishing
ISBN:
PUBLICATION DATE: 2009
WORD COUNT: 32673
SEXUAL CONTENT RATING: 5 5 5 5 5
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CATEGORIES: WomanLove, Erotica, Romantic Fiction
KEYWORDS: lesbian, erotica
 

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COPYRIGHT A. Mistory/2009
“I’m glad you called,” Claire began. “I guess you figured I might be wondering if I blew our friendship last night. If you did, you were right. I thought you might call us quits and dump me. I wouldn’t have blamed you.”

“Call us quits? Are you kidding? Why in the world would I do that? Okay, so the kiss was a little much,” I said and paused, then began to giggle. Lord, I didn’t mean to giggle, it just happened.

Claire started to laugh though she had no idea at what. My giggle must have been infectious. “Okay, what’s so funny?” she gave it up.

“Oh, just the ‘little much’ comment. How about way too much, or wholly unexpected like a lover’s kiss on a first date, or shocking, all things considered,” my giggling turned to outright laughter, albeit as quietly as I could laugh. Claire’s laughing continued too. It was good to sense it as funny instead of as an accusation of heresy of the highest order.

“And I worried you might dump me,” she finally got out.

“If I ever got to that point, I assure you it would take a heck of a lot more than a kiss. Besides, that was some smooch, girl.”

“Yeah? You liked it, huh?”

“When I stopped to think of it on its own merits, I’d have to say I did. On a scale of one to ten, it came close to a nine. A little longer and it might have been a ten plus. You’ve got a lot of obvious visible reasons to make some men crazy, but your kissing talent is pretty far up there, and only your boyfriends and Jim know about it. Quite a talent, lady, if I do say so myself.”

“Yeah, well it’s a talent that’s gone to seed, or is it rusty? Maybe rusty is the better word,” she said sarcastically.

“Oh-oh, is this something you need to be talking about, or just something that came out accidentally?” I wondered openly.

“Christ, maybe I do need to talk about it. Let’s get some breakfast first, okay?”

“Yeah, okay,” I suddenly began to worry for Claire. How she said that had me worrying…

 
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