Hi And welcome to this week's eight sentences. I am moving on with 'Pleasing Mia'. Scott hasn't seen Mia for a few weeks and, having bumped into her in the street asks her to join him for a coffee:
To Scott’s relief Mia nodded and walked with him into the precinct to a small, very busy, café. Scott ordered cappuccino’s and studied her face. Even without her smile and in this agitated state she was stunning. He wished that Mia would let him in, trust him and talk to him. Scott made his way to a small table carrying both coffees and skilfully avoiding the hazards of customers’ outstretched legs and stray, inconvenient chairs. Once seated his confidence rose in the shadow of her vulnerability.
“Mia,” he said, “Look, l really like you, l want to spend more time with you, would you like to do that?”
Mia raised her eyes and focussed on Scott’s warm, earnest face.
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On a weekend visit to a local nightclub, Scott, a quiet, good looking man, sets his eyes on a beautiful girl dancing with complete abandonment on the dance floor. Everybody is watching her, though she seems oblivious to any attention she is receiving. The girl (Mia) is simply lost in the music.
When eventually circumstances lead her to succumb to his quiet charm Scott discovers Mia’s wild sexual nature is not restricted to the dance floor. As he struggles to keep up with her sexual prowess and ever changing moods Scott discovers a side of himself that he had not deemed possible. Pleasing Mia is by no means an easy accomplishment. Will Scott succeed?