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When James first heard the knocking at his front door, he tried to tell himself it was only the wind. It was a blustery night, after all—a good night to be indoors. Five inches of snow had fallen that afternoon, and after sunset, the mercury had risen. Not a good thing. The snow had turned to freezing rain, and the roads were a sheet of ice. He had nearly slipped on the driveway when he’d gone out to the car after supper to retrieve the stack of papers he’d forgotten to bring inside when he arrived home from work.
Knock-knock-knock! Louder this time, more insistent.
“It’s just the wind,” he said to no one in particular. Jeanine was upstairs, probably asleep in bed. They’d had a shouting match about an hour ago—he complained that he’d had a stressful day at the office and needed a release. Couldn’t she at least give him a blowjob? She told him to go to hell, she wasn’t his personal whore, she was his wife. And she wasn’t in the mood. He responded by saying she was always in the mood to give Conan some loving when he wanted it. To which she replied that he was a pathetic excuse for a man if he was jealous of a cat! Things had escalated from there, and before he knew it, he was yelling, and she was yelling, the words they exchanged tinged with poison. Only the fact that Jeffrey and Amanda down the hall might hear them shouting was motive enough to make them stop. But he didn’t want to stay there, staring up at the dark ceiling, lying beside an angry wife who hadn’t shown an interest in sex in a long, long time.
So he had come downstairs to get some work done. That was the thing about being a manager of a department in the IT world. The workload never stopped, not even when you got home. If he couldn’t make love to his wife tonight (or any other night, it seemed), at least he could get a head start on the pile of papers he needed to tackle tomorrow.
Knock-knock, thump-thump!! Louder still. What the hell? Was someone really out there? How could they be? Who would be out driving on a night like this? And on this road, too? He and Jeanine had wanted to live in the country, away from things. They lived on a dirt road, no neighbors within a mile. Usually, the traffic on this road was minimal, even in the daytime.
He stood up, headed for the door. If this didn’t stop, Jeanine might hear it, wake up—maybe become startled or afraid. That was the last thing he needed, on top of everything else. And the kids, too. They had been sound asleep when he checked on them an hour ago—thankfully they hadn’t woken up during the shouting match. Well, at least they were all upstairs. Hopefully they’d just sleep right through this.
Still, he needed to find out what the hell was going on.
He arrived at the door, flicked on the switch. Nothing. Damn. He’d forgotten about that. The porch light had burned out a week ago. He’d been meaning to replace it, but his mind was always on other things.
Knock-knock-knock! So loud. So freaking loud.
Without hesitating, without considering that it could be a lunatic with an axe at his doorstep, he unlocked the door and flung it open. The figure on the porch steps was a silhouette, slightly illuminated by the lights from within the house. Apart from discerning that the person was short, he couldn’t make out who it was.
“I’m sorry to bother you,” a female voice said. “I . . . I lost control of my car up the road a ways, and I saw your lights were on.”
He looked out, squinting, squinting . . . still unable to see much. “You okay?” he asked. “Are you hurt?”
“No. I’m fine,” the voice said. She sounded young. “It’s just, I got stuck in a snowbank, and then when I was trying to pull out, I lost control again and ended up in a ditch. There’s a lot of glare ice on the road. I even slipped on your driveway a couple of times, just walking up here.”
“I know,” he said. “Nasty night.”
“Umm, look, would it be okay if I could use your phone?” the woman asked. “I need to call AAA, and my cell’s dead. I need to get a new battery.” She reached into her pocket, and he tensed. But all she pulled out was the dead phone. She pressed the Power button, but nothing happened. “See? Battery’s out.”
He decided he’d take a chance. After all, she seemed harmless enough—just an unfortunate traveler out driving on the wrong night. He told her to come inside.
“Thank you,” she said.
He stepped aside to let her in, then closed the door behind her. For the first time, he got a good look at her. She looked to be in her early twenties. She was petite, had blue eyes, and blonde hair that was drenched from the freezing rain. For such a miserable night, she wasn’t dressed appropriately. She wore only a light-gray sweat jacket and a pair of form-fitting low-rise jeans.
“Feels good to step out of that damn ice rain,” she said. “God, it really sucks out there.”
“If you don’t mind my asking, what were you even doing driving way out here on a night like this?” he asked. She hugged herself, still büyükesat escort trying to get warm. “Well, I was at a party. It sucked, so I left early. I thought I’d take a shortcut back home, so I turned onto this road. I mean, the main road was awful, too, y’know? A freakin’ ice-skating rink. I didn’t think this road would be any worse. But that hill right before your house? I lost control going down that, so . . .”
“You live around here?” he said. A little forward of him, she was a stranger, after all, just needing to make a phone call.
But she didn’t seem off-put my his question. “Mmm-hmm. I live in Betheltown.”
Interesting. Just ten miles away. He’d never seen her before, but of course there was nothing unusual about that. It’s not like he knew everyone within a ten-mile radius.
“Well, please go right ahead and make that call, umm. What’s your name, by the way?”
“Kim,” she said.
“Well, I’m James,” he said, and smiled. He didn’t know why he was being so friendly. She would just make her call, then leave. . . .
She smiled back, held it for a few seconds. “Oh, where’s your phone?”
He gestured for her to follow him into the kitchen. They passed by Conan, Jeanine’s pride and joy—a black American short hair, who always seemed to want her lap. Damn cat. Every since they’d adopted him, his sex life had gone straight down the toilet. Conan looked up at them, indifferent, then rested his head on his paws.
“Cute cat,” Kim said.
“Sure,” he replied. “Real cute.” He wondered if she could hear the disgust in his voice.
She made the call, and while she was talking to the AAA rep, he couldn’t help but eye her butt. The jeans were tight, generously showing off her shape. She had a fantastic ass. As she talked into the receiver, he also admired her long blonde hair, which flowed halfway down her back. It was still wet, but beginning to dry now. He wondered if she was a natural blonde. . . .
She sighed when she hung up.
“Bad news?” he asked.
She shrugged. “They said they’re having a backlog tonight. It’ll probably be two hours before they get here.”
“Hmm, that does suck,” he said, walking over to the stairs, looking up. No one stirring up there, but still, it was risky talking here in the kitchen. They should go into the living room—much farther away from the stairs. He was probably just being paranoid—who cared if anyone overheard, and got up to investigate? It’s not like he was doing anything wrong. He was helping out a motorist in need. That was all. . . .
He led her out of the kitchen, back to the front door. He realized it was probably wisest for all concerned if she waited for AAA in her car. But she said, “Umm . . . Look, I know how this will sound. But . . . would it be okay to wait in here? I mean, I know it’s really late, and I can understand if you would want me to leave. But . . . the heater in my car isn’t working. And it’s so cold without it. I don’t want to impose, but . . .”
He swallowed, looked at his watch. Eleven forty-five. AAA probably wouldn’t arrive until 1:00 AM, at the earliest. And he needed to get up by six tomorrow morning. And yet . . . and yet, if she had no heat in her car . . .
“That’s okay,” he said. “I was planning on working for a while longer anyway.” Not really true. He was planning on going up to bed at midnight, fifteen minutes away, before she came knocking on his door.
“Oh, well, don’t let me bother you any,” she said. “And thanks. I really appreciate this.”
“Sure thing.” He walked into his home office, which was the next room over. He left the door to his office open, so he could keep an eye on her, just in case she was a thief or something. He doubted that, though. He believed her story.
He figured she’d sit on the sofa or putter around the living room. Instead, after a couple of minutes, she came into his office.
She went to his chair, bent down, looking over his shoulder. Her long blonde hair brushed against his cheek.
“What are you working on?” she said.
“Oh . . . uh . . . well, it’s kind of dull. Just schematics for a computer program.”
She raised her eyebrows. “Wow. You’re a real brainiac, huh?” She bent down lower, and he felt her chest brush up against his shoulder. Was she flirting? No. That was absurd. She was a sexy blonde, in her early twenties. She could get any guy she wanted, no doubt. And him. He was thirty-eight, with a receding hairline and a spare tire around his waist that he just didn’t have the time or willpower to get rid of. How on earth could she be flirting with him?
But, just in case, he placed his hand flat on the desk, his wedding ring blatantly visible. “I wouldn’t understand a word of that stuff,” she went on.
“Oh, it’s not so hard. You just need to get used to it.”
“Mmm-hmm, I’m sure,” she said. Behind him now, she placed her hands on his shoulders, and began to give him a massage.
He sighed, he couldn’t help it. It felt good.
“You’re çankaya escort pretty uptight, Jim,” she said, continuing to knead his shoulders. “You mind if I call you Jim? You work too hard, I bet. I can feel the tension.”
“What are you? A massage therapist, or something?” Damn she had great hands.
She giggled. “No. I’m a waitress. But I’ve had a lot of practice, you know, relieving guys of their tension. . . .”
Yeah, I’ll bet, he thought.
He stood up, abruptly.
“Look, Kim, I’m not sure what’s going on here. But I’m a married man, you know. My wife and kids are asleep, upstairs. So, I don’t know. Maybe it’s better if you go out to your car.”
“Hey, wo,” she said, holding out her hands. “I don’t know what you think I was up to, but I didn’t mean anything by it. I just thought you looked tense, okay? I’m not trying to get you into trouble.”
He felt like a creep. Of course she wasn’t! She was just giving him a little shoulder rub, fully clothed. What was the big deal? Besides, she couldn’t be coming on to him. He’d already been through that in his mind. She was way out of his league.
“I’m sorry,” he said. “I guess I overreacted.”
She smiled. “No problem. And I’m sorry, too. I didn’t mean to make you feel uncomfortable.”
“Not at all,” he said. “And anyway, it felt great. I wish my wife would give me a rubdown sometimes. Usually, she’s too busy fawning over the cat.” Stupid. Giving out too much information.
She unzipped her sweat jacket, took it off, threw it over the back of his chair. His jaw dropped, just for a second, but from the twinkle in her eyes, she had noticed. She was a knockout. She had small breasts, but they were beautifully proportioned to the rest of her. Soaking wet, she couldn’t have weighed more than ninety-five pounds. Yet, she wasn’t overly skinny. She was just right. Small-boned, petite, the kind of woman you wanted to protect, take care of, keep out of harm’s way. Her short-sleeve pink shirt, hugging her form closely, went down to just above her belly button. Combined with her low-rise jeans, her midriff was bare. And he couldn’t help but notice her nipples. They were protruding, perky, pressing tightly against her shirt.
She slowly approached him. “I really do appreciate your letting me stay in here with you, where it’s nice and warm,” she said. She was mere inches away from him now. She was short, no more than 5’2″, and had to look up at him. He was 5’9″, and always felt like a shrimp, especially because his wife was taller than him. It felt kind of good to be so much taller than someone, for a change.
“Well, it’s the least I can do,” he said. “I mean, if your car doesn’t have any heat . . .”
He took a step back, sat back down in his office chair.
She smiled. He didn’t like the looks of it. It seemed as if she had just come up with an inspired idea.
She went up to him, placed her hands on his shoulders again, began to rub his muscles.
“Yeah,” she said. “Now I want you to relax, Jim. Okay? Just enjoy it.”
And he did. God help him, he did. Her fingers knew exactly what to do, where to touch, how much pressure to exert.
“And while you’re enjoying it,” she went on, “I have another favor to ask you.”
“This might sound crazy, but . . . would it be okay if I took a shower?”
He sprang up from his chair again. A shower? “Uhhh . . .”
“I know, I know,” she said. “But . .. I mean, I’m such a mess. Look at me.” He did. She didn’t look like a mess to him. Far from it. “I mean, my hair smells, it’s yucky as hell. I was out in all that cold and wet. The warm water would feel so good. And I’ll be quick, too. Would that be okay, Jim?”
“Ummmm.” No. Of course it wouldn’t be okay! “Sure.”
Before he could resist, she kissed him. It was a soft kiss, lingering, and at the end, she gave him just a little bit of tongue. “Thanks,” she said. “You’ve been so nice to me.”
And before he could move or say anything, she darted out of the room. But then she turned around, as if forgetting something.
“Oh . . . where’s the bathroom?”
“Just turn down the hall, it’s at the end,” he said.
She smiled. “Don’t worry about a thing. I’ll be really quiet. And fast.”
“Mmm, your wife has awesome shampoo,” she said twenty minutes later. “I loved it!”
He was in the living room now, sitting on the couch. Kim had been true to her word—she had been quick, and about as quiet as you could be, taking a shower. And for some reason, the thought of her using Jeanine’s shampoo turned him on. He felt a stiffening of his dick. What also turned him on was the sight before him. Kim had come out with only a bathroom towel wrapped around her. Her hair, which she must have towel-dried (he hadn’t heard the blow drier), was glistening and fresh from her shower. And she smelled wonderful, that heady, fragrant, just-coming-out-of-the shower smell. . . .
She sat down beside him on the sofa. Her nearness, her fragrance, ankara escort caused the tent in his pants to grow.
“You sleep in your office clothes?” she asked him then.
The question took him by surprise. Was that her way of telling him, indirectly, that she noticed his raging hard-on? “Uhh, yeah, a lot of times I do,” he said. “It’s not like I need to strip them off. My wife wouldn’t care one way or the other.” Again, he grimaced. He was telling her way too much. So now she knew he was a frustrated husband, not getting any on the home front. Great. Smart, James. Real smart.
Suddenly the telephone rang.
“Shit,” he said, and raced into the kitchen. He managed to pick it up on the second ring. “Hello?”
It was AAA, calling for Kim.
While she talked to the woman on the other end, he again went to the stairs, glanced up. Still nothing. Not a sound. Only darkness and silence. . . .
“Now they’re saying it won’t be till three in the morning,” he heard Kim say behind him. He turned around. She had hung up the phone, and had an “I’m sorry” expression on her face. “That really sucks for you, Jim. If you want me to go back out into my car . . .”
“No,” he said. He led her back into the living room. Ice pellets were still coming down hard, striking the windows. “It’s way too miserable out there. You’d freeze in your car.”
She went up to him, put her arms around his neck. “You’re really sweet.” And again, before he could stop her, she kissed him. This time she kissed him longer, and he didn’t pull away, couldn’t pull away. She was so beautiful. So young. How could he?
“Mmmmm,” she said when she broke the kiss. “You know, I’m really sorry to hear that your wife neglects you, Jim. But you know, now that I know I have a few hours. . . .”
His heart was racing. He didn’t understand how a sexy, blonde twentysomething could possibly find him attractive. But it didn’t make any difference. He simply couldn’t go through with this. A kiss was one thing. But anything more . . . He tried to think of Amanda and Jeffrey sleeping upstairs, of Jeanine, lying in their bed, their marriage bed. She could be such a bitch sometimes, and she did neglect him. Kim was right on. If she would give him even one-fifth the attention she gave to that damn cat . . .!
And that’s when it happened. That damn cat decided that now was a good time to wake up. He walked up to James, brushed against his leg, looked up at him and meowed. Almost as if he were reading his mind, rubbing it in. As if to say, “Jeanine likes me more than she likes you, bub.”
He felt something inside of him snap, like kindling over a hot fire. He spent his entire life being responsible, doing the right thing, being Mr. Nice Guy. He worked hard, took a lot of flack from upper management, endured so many stresses each day. Was it really so much to ask for a blowjob every once in a while? If Jeanine wasn’t in the mood for intercourse, couldn’t she at least kiss him like she meant it? Give him a massage, like this stranger had? And if she couldn’t bring herself to blow him, how about a simple, five-minute hand-job? Was that really so damn hard to do?
And when she continually complained that she had a headache, that she was tired, that she didn’t like sex anymore and couldn’t they just go to sleep, when she made excuse after excuse after excuse . . . she still found the time to cuddle with Conan, to make him purr, to cater to his every whim.
Well, damn it! What about his own whims? His own needs?
“It’s about time I get them met,” he said, staring down at Conan.
He shooed the cat away, went up to Kim. He said nothing, just nodded.
“Great,” she said. “Where do you want to go, cutie?”
Cutie? Cutie??? This blonde knockout had just called him cutie? His head swirled. But then, his conscience came back, tried to reason with him one last time. He hesitated.
“It’s okay,” she said, and kissed him. This time she was generous with her tongue. She stuck it deep into his mouth, snaking it around his own tongue, flicking it against his gums, his teeth. “Don’t worry,” she said. “Everything will be fine. Just tell me where you want me.”
“But . . .” He didn’t want to ruin this, but he had to know. “Why do you . . .? I mean, Kim, you are one of the most beautiful women I’ve ever seen. And I’m . . .”
“You’re cute, Jim! Do you think I’d want to play with you if I didn’t think you were?”
His pride swelled. She really wanted him. Him! Not for his money or his accomplishments. But for his looks. Would wonders never cease? He kissed her, for the first time initiating it. She responded hungrily, running her fingers through his thinning hair, probing his mouth again with her wonderful tongue.
His erection stiffened, hardened. He was fully erect now, all seven inches of him. His dick strained against his dress pants, desperate to be freed.
“Follow me,” he said.
He led her down the hall. On the left, before reaching the bathroom, he went into the guest room. It was where his parents would stay when they visited from out of state, where Jeanine’s sister would stay when she came from Europe. But now it was where James would commit adultery for the first time in his life. That thought no longer upset him or startled him. It aroused him.
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