June 26, 2016 by karenwritesmurder
Surprised when the lights go out, the teens quickly regroup and find candles and a flashlight. Half the teens are upstairs with Les, who is resting after a cardiac episode. Maddie, Clayton, Patti and Daniel are downstairs looking for a fuse box. They decide they have to go to the basement.
“Being quiet might be good?” Clayton said.
Maddie stopped him before he moved away. “If this is our last moment before we die—” She crushed him to her, kissing him deeply.
Clayton nearly dropped the lantern. Maddie’s body melded to his, filling in the contours with her soft, feminine parts.
“Promise me,” he gasped afterward. “When this is over, we’ll find a quiet spot and you can fuck me stupid.”
Maddie smirked, shoving him away. “That won’t take long. You’re over halfway there.” Swishing her hips, she sashayed off.
“Smooth,” Daniel mumbled. “Very.”
“Smooth flew out the window…
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