Deep in the woods…. 3

He pulls her away from the tree and ignores her protest. He will fuck her, yes, but not here. If she is impatient for it, all the better.

She follows him, reluctant to give up the weight of his body and the press of his lips but not willing to let go of his hand. He looks back at her with that look of his that he knows could make anyone follow him anywhere.

In a moment she understands. The forest opens abruptly to make room for a lake, its edges grown up in blueberry bushes. Someone, no doubt their host, has placed a picnic table here to make a viewing stand. She steps up onto it and can see out over the blueberries. It is preservation land, beautiful and undeveloped. The sunlight, which was filtered through the trees, sparkles sharply on the water.

He stands behind her giving her a moment to drink in the scene then pulls her down so she is sitting on the table. He kisses her roughly. She wraps her arms around his neck, weaves her fingers in his hair. He pulls her hips toward him and she wraps her legs around his waist. He moves her around to the end of the table and then pushes her down, her back now flat on the table. He untangles her legs from around his waist and puts one foot on each bench of the table, and gazes at her a moment, lying there with her legs wide open.

She loves the feeling of being spread like this, her body being pushed around by somebody else. She watches him staring at her body and then catches his eye, arching an eyebrow in silent inquiry.

He leans over her and slowly unbuttons her shirt. “Don’t move,” he tells her. “If you move I’ll stop.” It won’t be the last time he tells her this.

The photo is of Jade, by his lovely wife Andale, together the proprietors of one of my favorite spaces on the web: PlayfulBent.com. Used by permission.

~ by Molly Montrevoir on September 29, 2007.

2 Responses to “Deep in the woods…. 3”

  1. Mmmm – Jade is so pretty! Andale is too… I caught up with them at the munch last month and it was grat to see them both!

    xx Dee

  2. Yes, beautiful, aren’t they! Now in only they’d come the US!

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