Short Stories: Sarah’s First Jealousy!
Short romantic story about a teenage girl whose dream of dancing makes her meet the true love of her life. Read how Sarah meets Joe in a night club while strip-dancing to her favorite song here. In this part, you will read about Sarah’s first jealousy moment when she sees Joe with a girl in his office and the turmoil she fights to trust on her love. Sarah’s life is a mix of romance & erotica, which will bring you to ecstasy!
“Lying on you has become my new wildest desire.” Sarah moved closer climbing on his chest and licking his chin.
Her hands moved to his chest and rested. Her lips climbed up towards his cheeks and sucked the skin in. He closed his eyes and let it all come to him. It’s been a month of togetherness. She moved her body to create fiction while he shifted with discomfort. Over the days, Sarah learnt to make him wait and frustrate him to the extent that he lets his inner animal out. Her hands moved to his thighs and roamed at the edges avoiding the core. Her assault with her lips continued while her hands played the game of seduction.
“Are you going to the next level?” He chimed. She giggled and denied with a head movement. He made a frustrated sound and grabbed her by waist. He twisted, and they were upside down in no time. “Enough of your little games, baby.” His lips found her lips and they enjoyed the juices of their passion. Her hands rounded him and held him close to her. He was quick in assaulting and frustrating her that she started crying with hunger—all he had to do was suck her nipples and rub her pussy.
“Please, Joe.” He accepted her plead and offered what she craved for. No sooner had he started, she reached her climax. He wasn’t far behind and they lied on the bed in a heap of tired bodies. But for them, the night had only started, and this was the first of many.
Next day afternoon, Sarah walked down the streets of her small-town peeping through the shop windows. There wasn’t much to buy, but she enjoyed window-shopping. Her phone rang, and she pulled the handset out.
“Sarah dear, it’s been ages we haven’t seen you.”
Sarah laughs and replies, “It’s only a month, tiger.” Every man at Foxy Hoochies had a code name.
“Whatever. I want to see you now.”
“I can’t. I am sorry.”
“I don’t want your sorry, I want only you. I’ll pay you.”
“Tiger, you know I don’t do it for money anymore.”
“Start doing it, baby. Not only you’ll enjoy but you’ll earn also.”
“I did it for money only to finance myself for my studies. Then I started enjoying so I continued coming there. I don’t have to anymore.”
“Why?” he was loud and arrogant, “You trapped a poor bird, I heard. Didn’t you work smart? A handsome man to fulfill your desire and pay for your expenses.” His laughter vibrated through the phone.
“Don’t you dare talk rubbish about me. We are together because we like each other.”
“How far? Don’t you want different flavors in your life? If you do want this flavor, I am a call away or find me at Foxy Hoochies tonight.” He hung up.
Sarah was disturbed with this call and her thoughts made her uneasy. She was working hard to make her career in medicine. Once her results were out, she would start her studies and earn enough for her living. Without a second thought, she headed towards Joe’s office. Within 20 minutes of walking, she reached his office reception area.
“Hello.” The receptionist for a minute as she was over a call. She turned and spoke in whispered tone. Looked like she was having a personal conversation. I silently slid from the counter and entered the lift. Since I had come once to his office, I knew where his cabin was.
I was already feeling better thinking about meeting him in the same cabin they had met a week back and anticipating what will happen next. Last time when they had met, they had done more than just meeting. Her walk to his cabin was pleasant and she smiled to every passer-by.
At a turn, she peeped into the pantry to see Joe holding a girl in his arms. Her first assumption was she is a good friend of his. No sooner, the girl moved closer and rested her head on his chest. Sarah was not able to hear the conversation between them. The fear of “something not right” was eating her and she could not stand their staring. While she moved closer, he pushed the girl away and held her head. I stood watching them with emotions floating in and out.
“You are a jer…” the girl shouted and walked away. Sarah’s mind was in a nonfictional state.
“Are you alright?” She did not realize when Joe came next to her. She looked in his eyes and saw concern. For what? Is he concerned that I will stop having sex with him after knowing he is in a relationship with another girl.
“I am fine.” He did not look convinced. “I came to see you because I had some time before my shift at the café starts.”
“Let’s go to my cabin and talk.”
“That’s all you want to do,” I teased him. Why would he want to have more when he already has a girlfriend? Why was she feeling sad from knowing this?
Joe closed the cabin door and cornered her to the outer side of his table. His hands resting on the table surface and his breath on her face.
“Would you not kiss me?” she whispered. Her fear was very evident. Without asking any question, he kissed her passionately. His right hand went inside her shirt blouse and she squirmed. He knew she was a little ticklish and he purposely did it. Grabbing her light, his free hand pulled the buttons of her shirt free and pulled the shoulder down. Sucking and kiss his way down, he opened the hooks of her bra and pushed both behind her. Lifting her up, he put her on the table and pushed on her back. In no time, he was out of his own clothes and in her. Time flied, and she forward her disappointment and lived in the moment. He was slow and sensuous, not as he prefers, fast and rough. Once done, they both were satisfied and panting.
“Now tell me what bothered you?” he pushed a strand of hair aside and caressed her.
“If you want to move on, I can accept it.” Her eyes were pricking, and she hoped her eyes won’t be crying.
“I don’t want to. Why you think I do?”
“I saw it. You with her. You both look good together.” She managed a smile.
“We don’t look great together. And you know I don’t settle for less.” He smiled devilishly. She blushed and said, “Are you sure?”
“Never so sure before. And the girl you saw with me was a colleague I used to date. She has not accepted our break-up and I can’t leave her miserable.” She raised her eyes with question and I added, “So I explain her every time to make her understand there will never be anything between us.” She acted frustrated and he corrected himself, “There will never be anything between me and her.”
“You survive.” She smiled.
“I hope you do too.” His devil side was back, and their intimacy continued till they were tired to wait till the night for more.
END: Before leaving the office, she met the girl and warned her to stay away from him. It worked.