Every now and then it doesn't take a lot of words to bring a girl down, to have her squirming on her knees and to send her mind into a spin that will melt with rising fever. Sometimes it only takes a Kuickie and that is where you find yourself. The Kuickies by Kris P. Kreme are short stories to serve as appetizers during those times when you just feel like having a taste before moving on to a larger meal of tasty tales.
Anna is lost, lost on Mount Chawore, alone. Having enjoyed the peaceful day of hiking, she finds herself surrounded by the thick overgrown natural world, away from any people, away from the regular stresses of college life, and away from her boyfriend who broke up with her just days before. Anna isn't as upset about the boyfriend since he was a pervert interested mostly in getting her alone for pathetic attempts at having some kinky fun. She is upset at being lost though, especially as the sun seems to be getting lower on the horizon.
Searching for a way back to where she parked her car, Anna encounters some strange men, both in the forest and along a thin winding road. These encounters leave her feeling out of sorts, discovering all new things about her own thoughts, her own desires, and one ultimate surprising discovery about the mountain she has spent the day wandering and what mysteries it might hide.
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Published March 12, 2013
Erotica, Literature & Fiction.