Spark - Chapter 2 The girl pushed back against the bottom of the cap as the boy peered in, her eyes wide. He just ogled her quietly as his other hand slowly cupped under and around her from the outside of the knit cap, startling her and making her try to shoot up before his hand closed. He marveled for a moment then wondered what to put her in so he could look without risking her getting away again.More Like This
Michael turned the cap inside out as he continued to hold her in his fist and found the empty fishbowl from last year. He briefly recalled his pet fish Harry that had died as he turned it over and opened his hand under it, sliding it onto the desk with her inside. Now he had the chance to really get a good look at her, sitting down and resting on crossed arms as he positioned his face only inches away. Her body was smooth and featureless though still held the form and physique of a real girl—and not of some little kid, either. She had curves like a teenager would
Calm before the stormIt was so perfect. He was so perfect, snuggled against her breast sleeping soundly. Lisa combed her fingers through Leiku’s baby fine hair while he slept; staring in awe of this answer to her prayers. How long she had waited to feel this warmth, this unconditional love for another being that children have for their parents and complete trust in that they will be cared for by them.More Like This
She released a happy sigh as she watched over him. Meanwhile Lloyd was putting out the candles before he joined her in their bedroom when in the midst of doing so he bumped into the end table knocking it over, causing the drawer to fly open and spill its contents.
“Ow… Dog gone it-“Lloyd groaned setting it back up right and gathering up the mess. “I really should move this darn thing somewhere else.” Then he paused when he spotted the unfamiliar vial that he’d never seen before. Curious he picked the vial up and read the label. It was a strong sedative that co