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The walk home

It all started with that walk home in the rain that night, She had left the party early and was walking home when the guy she liked that was at the party pulled up next to her and rolled down his window. He offered her a ride home, since she was still mostly dry she said yes. Right after she got into the car she keow that she had done a mistake, she thought the chemistry they were having at the party was strong, she was so wrong. The air in the car sizzled with hot chemistry now. she tried not to look at him. But she could tell out of the corner of her eyes that he was eyeing her out. When they got to the only stop light between where the party was and her house, she was hoping it would be green, but it was red. After the car stopped she could feel his eyes raking over her body now that he did not have to look at the road. She could feel the heat rising in her cheeks and the wetness coming between her legs. Then she felt his hand on her thigh, slowly working its way up. suddenly she wished she had not put the lace panties on under her skirt before she had left. She knew that if his hands got up far enough they would get to her wet panties. Just as they were about there the light turned green, and she cursed in her head, how much she hated that light now. But his hand never left her leg, it was just on her knee now. His thumb slowly going back and forth across her knee making her wetter. In the three more blocks to her house, she did not want to have to get out of his car, so she did something she had never done before. she invited him to come into her house. When they got inside and she closed the front door, he pushed her up against the wall and kissed her hard on the lips, making her lips and teeth part with his tongue exploring her mouth. While he is kissing her, his hands are running ever her body till they come to her hands. He then grabs them…...

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