Sunday, 17 May 2015

Weekend Writing Warriors #114


Hi and welcome to this week's eight sentences. 
I'm continuing with the next eight from 'Dancing for the Boys' enjoy!:                                           

James’ eyes darkened, he thought carefully before he answered.

“We have all kinds of entertainment in here,” he said, “I installed the pole for you; normally we have…dancers with an exotic feel.”
“We?” Tanya asked before she could stop herself.
“I told you that you would be performing for prospective business partners.” James stated his tone bordering on annoyance.
“Yes you did, I’m sorry,” Tanya hurried, “I wasn’t expecting everything to be so…professional.”
This seemed to please James and he smiled broadly.


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Who doesn’t love to dance? Who doesn’t love to tease the men watching, willing them to notice and lust after your body? What would you do if you were given the chance to perform before a group of appreciative gentlemen for a large amount of money? The latest release from the pen of Gemma Parkes combines two stories of exotic dancing and what it means to two women when they truly perform.

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  1. I'd be annoyed at his quick annoyance. :-)

    Your writing is very fluid, Gemma. You've a practiced hand with the written word. I've probably told you that before--because it always strikes me that way. :-)

    No post for me this week. Just making my rounds and seeing what's new in the stories. Have a great week!

  2. Hmmm, James' quick annoyance bothered me . . . what is really in store for our young dancer . . . hmmm.

  3. She might be in a whole lot of trouble with James and him showing her off to prospective partners. You've created a fascinating story unlike anything I've read before. Like a negative seedy part of life. Thanks, Genna.

  4. And his moment of vulnerability is gone. I do wonder what an "exotic" dancer is, when they didn't need the pole before, though.

  5. Tanya's quick on her feet in more ways than one. She might just get out of this relatively unscathed!

  6. Hmmm, yes I'm bothered by his annoyance as well. I'm still worried about her and thinking this evening isn't going to turn out as she'd hoped. But i'm thoroughly hooked, great snippet.

  7. Count me in with the folks who are worried about her. I'll be anxious to see what happens next! Great writing, Gemma! :)

  8. Nice scene. The man seems to like things his way and properly done. Very curious about what is normal there. :)