A Reasonable Plan And A Narrow Escape, #Friday Fictioneers

Photo Credit @CEAyr @SoundBiteFiction

Photo Credit @CEAyr @SoundBiteFiction

A Reasonable Plan And A Narrow Escape

Admittedly, Sara had been distracted by his charming accent and boyish grin, but in her defense, the bulge in his front pocket did suggest a USB drive. Joining him in his room overlooking the Bellagio fountains seemed like a reasonable plan until he captured her mouth and pawed at her zipper. Seductively slipping her hand into his empty pocket it became clear that he was not her intended contact.

Making her escape, Sara untangled herself from his slobbering and shimmied out the bathroom window. It occurred to her, looking down at her shoe on the Vegas Strip, “Hotel ledges always look wider on the big screen”.

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44 responses to “A Reasonable Plan And A Narrow Escape, #Friday Fictioneers

  1. Fab! Loved the USB port bulge πŸ™‚

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  2. Very good reason to drop a shoe somewhere I think. Nice story.

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  3. Gah… scary! I would not do well outside a window in Vegas! Great story! πŸ™‚

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  4. That hasn’t worked for her. That usb drive must be veeery important. Fun vignette.

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  5. That made me laugh. She must be very focused to associate a bulge in a man’s front pocket with a usb drive. Fun story.

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  6. Funny and a bit smutty.
    What’s not to like!

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  7. Dear Tracey,

    Oops. Perhaps there should’ve been a code word. I’m terrified of heights so being out on that ledge looking down at Las Vegas got to me.
    A word of C if I may. I don’t think you need “Making her escape” in the last paragraph. We know from the action and the title. That will give you three extra words to play with. No need to thank me. πŸ˜‰
    Good one.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  8. Filled with darkness and wit — I like it! Well done. Thank you.

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  9. Is that a USB drive or are you just pleased to see me?
    Good piece.

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  10. Darn, I was grinning in anticipation of writing exactly what micklively just wrote, word for word πŸ™‚
    Sara seems to be taking all this in her stride. I’m sure when you’re actually on a ledge high above the street, it does suddenly seem smaller.
    Great story!

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  11. This really made me laugh Tracey.

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  12. Looks like she escaped just in time! πŸ™‚ Good story Tracey! πŸ™‚

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  13. Poor thing… guess her experience with men’s, what was it? Calling cards? (love that!!) is quite limited…

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  14. I hope she wasn’t in high heels up on that ledge. Something tells me she was way up there, too. A charming accent will get you anytime. Nice one, Tracey!

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  15. I’ve just seen the latest James Bond movie, and I think he could teach Sara a thing or two about leaping about on rooftops – probably he could also teach her how to recognise a USB drive. Love your story, Tracey.

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  16. Oh, the Perils of Sara. I have a feeling she gets herself in these predicaments regularly. What a fun piece.

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  17. That last line cracked me up!!!

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  18. Oh, this was so entertaining. Great story, Tracey!

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  19. Good story, Tracey. I got dizzy just reading about looking down from a ledge. πŸ™‚ — Suzanne

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