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Lonely Girl: First Love
By Chessly Lynn Nesci
Monday, January 03, 2011

Rated "PG13" by the Author.

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Lonely Girl thought her first love would last forever...~Peace~

   

 The first session went well except the psychologist was nothing like she hoped. He was old, bald, and had a big tummy. Lonely Girl was not attracted to him at all. He was very nice except his breath smelled of fresh garlic. They spent the entire hour talking about her first love. When she got in her car she started bawling remembering their first night of passion. 
 
Dion was eighteen and worked at the local Italian restaurant. They met while she was attending her family reunion. Everyone could see how smitten she was when he approached the table. It was love at first sight.  Lonely Girl gave Dion her number and he called the very next day.
 
 He invited her over for a big Italian dinner. His parents lived right on the beach in the most beautiful house.  They were gone on a cruise so the love birds were all alone. Dion made Chicken Parmesan with red Bolla wine. The food, and wine were incredible and both of them couldn’t wait to get their hands on each other. After dinner they walked hand in hand along the beach taking in the beautiful sunset.
 
 They sat closely together just looking into each other’s eyes. The first kiss was electrifying sending chills throughout her body. After kissing and making out for an hour they had to have each other.  Dion picked her up and carried her back to his bedroom. His body was rock hard and he smelled so sweet. He ripped her shirt off and then pulled her jeans down to her knees.
 
This was Lonely Girl’s first experience and she didn’t know what to do. He started kissing her stomach and then moved down between her thighs. She had never felt this much passion before and started to shake with ecstasy.
 
His tongue was hot as he moved around her erogenous spot. After the volcano erupted inside of her they stopped and cuddled for a minute. Lonely Girl started to cry because she had never felt this good before. She felt like she was in love and they had only met the night before. They weren’t going to have sex that night but the chemistry was too hot between them.
 
The next morning she was sore and had a very bad wine hangover. Dion wanted to see her every day for the next three months and then moved away. Lonely Girl  felt sick every day and thought she was just lovesick until her breast started getting bigger and fuller.
 
She was pregnant and wanted to keep the baby but Dion was no where to be found. After getting an abortion she felt used and abused. She had kept this little secret locked up until her first session. She hoped talking about the past would help heal old wounds and bring love back into her life... To be continued
 
 
 
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Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 4/10/2011
Chessly,

This is very well written, sensuous, and sad. Looking forward to more.

Mary
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 1/12/2011
First loves seem to be the most remembered, perhaps because hormones imprint deeply in the brain. It took me a couple of years to get over my first love lost and now some 40 years later the memories crop up now and then. Patrick
Reviewed by Suzi Sundquist 1/9/2011
First love..., bitter ending. Now, we see where lonely girl first began to feel alone. Big hugs to her and you~ Lil' Suzi
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 1/5/2011
its so sad when young women think or feel
sexual expression means or leads to love
and or being loved: just as sad for anyone
though of any age...

I hope she moves on and when she ever sees
the guy again she wickedly seduces him
and of course drops him on his heart

Girls Rule (#4)
Vickie

Reviewed by Mark Lichterman 1/4/2011
Such happens with first loves as first loves are very emotive and young passions can so easily run amuck, and unexpected, unprepared for or unwanted babies can so often be the result of young, or for that matter any run away passion. the start of another good story, Chessly.
Your friend, Mark
Reviewed by John Coppolella 1/4/2011
I was surprised how quickly I read through this. Very good. Forgot I was reading~starman
Reviewed by George Carroll 1/4/2011
Sounds like real life as it is these days sorry to say,
Reviewed by Laura Fall 1/4/2011
Well done Chessly and very real to life as I also wanted to keep reading.Laura
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 1/4/2011
Your story edures so many emotions...and the up and downs of life..great job Chessly
Love,
Christine
Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/4/2011
Very real chessley and I found myself thinking about how many young girls ended up with unwanted pregnancies that because of having abortions or giving the children up for adoption were affected for the rest of their lifes for that one single night of passion...
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Reviewed by TONY NERONE 1/3/2011
Oh to be continued, just my luck. I really like this story so far. I was disappointed when it ended. I think it is hot, well crafted as I yearn for more. Excellent job, Chessly.

Love and Peace
TONY



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