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I’m posting excerpts from Doll, a little F/f BDSM story that I started back in January of 2014. It’s kind of a UFO (UnFinished Object) that is sort of turning back into a WiP. We’ll see.
Picking up from last week, and Doll’s memory/flashback to her meeting with the woman with the boots and bullwhip.
Until I saw her.
It was a Friday night, still early; the regulars hadn’t begun wandering in yet. I was sitting at the bar talking to Victor, the owner’s sub, regular bartender, and occasional bouncer, when the door opened and an icy blast of wind came in.
“Who’s she?” I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the woman who had entered with the wind, nor could I wait for an answer; I slid off of the stool and approached, stopping at a respectful distance, my eyes carefully lowered.
“May I take your coat, Ma’am?”
I could almost see Victor’s amused half-smile but it didn’t matter: nothing mattered except being near her, being of service to her. I had never met anyone with a presence like hers; she owned the room simply by walking into it.