Smut Marathon Challenge 2: Like Nobody is Watching

I am still a contestant in Alison Tyler‘s awesome Smut Marathon. This is the piece for the second challenge. Spoiler Alert: I ended up winning with it this round! 😀

Challenge:

“Choose a location described in Round 1. Any location. Except the one you wrote. Keep the location in your mind as you write a 200-word (max) character description of someone who might venture to the location..”

Piece:

Like Nobody is Watching

She was like a mirage – an image that didn’t fit. She made you want to rub your eyes just to make sure she was still there and not a strange shimmering thing that vanished with a cooler breeze in the overcooked streets.

Barefoot, a pair of simple flats dangling from her fingers, she seemed to be balancing on the mounds of her toes from buttery smooth cobblestone to cobblestone. Her chin was tucked against her chest, carefully avoiding any of the narrow gaps.

She wore what looked like a man’s shirt and pair of jeans cut-offs, so short they vanished under the starchy cotton that was too long but puckered and stretched around her pillowing breasts and made her look extraordinarily and gloriously bare. Her stature added to the impression – small and compact but with curves, wide hips and round, tanned thighs that most women had long been shamed into hiding. She wore no make-up but her eyes and lips looked puffy and soft, as though she might just have wandered out of bed with that tangled pink hair, an odd dreamy thing playing on the cobblestones and soaking up the heat of the ancient city.

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