Another week, and I seem to fall further behind in everything! But each time I see the photo prompt, I can’t resist! Friday Fictioneers is a magical place, where writers spin stories from a photo. Rochelle Wisoff-Fields manages to keep us in line and provide inspiration each week, as our talented leader. Visit her blog Addicted To Purple to read more stories, or join in. This week’s photo comes from the talented Marie Gail Stratford.
No Means No
“Come on baby, just a little kiss? You know I’m crazy for you!”
Meg squirmed past Gerry, grabbing the tray of drinks. It was bad enough that half the customers hit on her, but working with Gerry made for an endless night.
“I need two gin and tonics and a Stoli on ice,” she said, avoiding eye contact.
“Megsy, you’re killing me! That pouty way you play hard to get!”
He reached for a glass and ran a finger up her arm.
“Gerry, stop it! It’s all just a game of cat and mouse to you, and I’m not playing!”
(word count: 100)
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