Seating Arrangements

Avatar Author: Vail Indigo Just a girl with a love for words. I write fiction, erotica, and really mediocre (at best) poetry. I think I've been doing this all my life. Read Bio

The house smelled delicious. Not of food, or even incense.
It smelled of Julia.
Nicole couldn’t help but wonder if this is what it was like to be drunk.
“C’mon, I’ll put on some music.”
Julia it a couple of buttons on an impressive remote and the sound of distorted guitar began to seep through the walls. Nicole tried to look around casually for speakers.
“No, the guy who made this place was all techie and put the sound system in the walls. Don’t ask how much it costs to fix.”
Julia dropped herself onto the plush sofa and lit another cigarette. Nicole moved to join her, practically wobbling on weak knees, but Julia stopped her short.
“No, not yet,”she said, and placed a hand on Nicole’s shoulder, pushing her down to sit on the floor. Julia placed her right foot on Nicole’s nylon-wrapped thigh.
“There’s a price to be here, girliegirl. You have to tell me a secret. A good one.” Julia’s toenails barely scraped along the strands.
But the weight of her foot was enough to make the younger girl feel pinned

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Comments (11 so far!)

  1. Avatar Vail Indigo

    (btw, definitely let me know if this isn’t working…I don’t know if I’m happy with it…partially because its the first time we’ve had any dialog, so it feels a little off, I think…)

  2. Avatar Nancy

    This is so much fun… I love the idea of sharing a story with someone else (or many someone else’s). I don’t know if I can articulate this correctly, but I love how we’ve taken something that is normally cured with innocence, and added not only a dark edge, but one that is so definitely sexual. You know? How many movies and television show and YA novels show the two girls… older and younger, cool and not cool, but never dare to say what REALLY happens to girls this age? Okay, I’m starting to sound way more seriou than I want to… I just love how much fun we’re having with this. When you’re ready (once you’ve tired of my little tale) I’ll send you the original pieces this flowed from.

  3. Avatar Nancy

    also, you captured some things that definitely weren’t written but need to be part of the story (ie. Julia has money). I don’t want to say much more. I talk too much.

  4. Avatar Vail Indigo

    the excitement is happening at this end as well. You are right, though, that anyone outside of these situations rarely sees what actually happens.
    At some point, you and I maybe should exchange emails?

  5. Avatar Vail Indigo

    btw…I haven’t decided exactly HOW Julia has money…though I’m not certain I want to get too far into that

  6. Avatar Vail Indigo

    y’know this might fit in with the Twisted Love challenge

  7. Avatar Vail Indigo

    come play

  8. Avatar Nancy

    I don’t know how I didn’t see all of these comments! Grrrrrrrr. Hi!!

  9. Avatar Nancy

    I am DYING to see where this goes… I was thinking about it last night and then today was kind of crazy. I try to just let my mind drift to it. The slumber party without the slumber party Truth or Dare vibe you’ve started is awesome… I’m tempted to continue it but it’s so good I’m afraid to.

  10. Avatar Vail Indigo

    don’t be afraid, silly!
    but if this is the end, then this is the end
    and somehow I’ll survive

  11. Avatar Nancy

    Okay… tomorrow is the day… writing a sequel.

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