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Situations..4th Edition

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Raw, Real and Revealed!

This story takes place in New Orleans a city widely known for its partying, drinking and scandal; where women who were once used, abused and misused, discover that there is strength in numbers and power in prayer! They refuse to let society dictate their lives or how they should live it!

Sexualities are questioned, tragedies runs rapid but brings them together. Soon they learn that through heartache and pain that life can and will be beautiful once again.

Tears, laughter, hope and determination are just a few of the emotions that will be unlocked!

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“Oh Damn!! It feels so good!” Tamala screamed as she reached her orgasm.

“You like that?” Leah asked as she continued to flicker her tongue across Tamala’s clit.

“Oh yes baby it feels so good.” Tamala cried from pleasure.

   It had been a long time since she had climaxed like this, infactshe could not recall ever feeling this good. As she tried to stop, the tingling feeling that her body suspended in another galaxy. She felt the tears falling down the side of her face and grabbed Leah in her arms. Leah had made feeling rise inside of her that she never knew. Just a touch from her made her panties moist and she enjoyed every minute of it.

   Tamala now experienced this every time they made love and each time it became increasingly explosive. She looked over and watched Leah as she slept; she moved her head onto the pillow and went into the living room. She tried not to think about the argument they had two hours ago before making love. Tamala wondered why make up sex more intense than the actual love was making session. They argued about the fact that Leah’s idea was very different from that of Tamala’s. The argument seemed silly to Leah but Tamala needed to know where their relationship was headed.

“Let’s just leave things the way they are.” She advised Tamala.

“And what way is that?” Tamala asked.

“Let’s just avoid the complications of a relationship.” Leah suggested.

“Oh so now I’m complicated? Is that what you’re saying?” Tamala wanted to know.

“I did not say that, so don’t go putting words in my mouth.” Leah argued.

“Fine I guess I know who is really serious about this and who’s not.” Tamala cried.

   Leah just looked at her and shook her head then walked out the front door. Tamala wanted a fight but she was not in the mood of giving her one tonight or any other night. She knew that Leah was not one for many words but she could not figure out why it was so hard for her to love her the way she needed and wanted to be loved. Tamala was one who needed constant validation and she knew this.

   She expressed her feelings with her on a daily basis, they had only been together for a few months but it was the most wonderful months she ever had experienced. From the beginning it was understood that it would be a step by step thing with the two of them but somewhere things started to go into a different direction. Leah sat in her car and thought about what had just transpired she could not understand why Tamala had to push so hard to change the rules of their relationship. It had been working so well before but now there was too much pressure. They we’re both new to this lesbian thing and neither one knew what the next step would be but they Tamala wanted to be making them with Leah.

   Now Leah wasn’t sure where they were headed, she felt Tamala was being controlling and manipulating in their relationship and she had enough! Tamala controlled where they were going out to eat, how late they would sleep and sometimes what she would wear. At first, it was cute to Leah; it was nice to have someone to think about her and for her to a certain extent. Still the more time they spent together the more Leah felt like she was losing herself and she did not like it. They were supposed to grow together and embrace each other but it wasn’t happening.

   Leah tried her best to understand Tamala’s point of view but she wanted what ever this was going to be to develop into be a mutual decision. She loved Tamala as much as she knew how to love her and wanted to be with her, still she had to keep things in perspective. Tamala refused to give up any kind of control; she needed to allow her to make some decisions if this relationship was going to work. She was constantly questioned her where abouts and often accused her of being selfish, not thinking of anyone else. Now Leah sat trying to figure out things but came up with nothing.

    The only thing she thought about coming into this was her desire for Tamala, she desired her in the worst way. The disagreements, stress or pressures never entered her thoughts, now all of those things plus tears was a part of their being.

   She now had to think beyond the rose garden which was hard for her but much needed. Leah had been disowned by her family and called every name in the book by her ex-boyfriend. She recalled the night that her whole world came crashing down on her.


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