By Jeanne C. Stein
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The family that knew him as an eighty-four-year-old under a different name. So far, no one’s made the connection. Stil , when I meet Harris’ eyes, I see the unspoken accusation. Men I become involved with have a nasty habit of disappearing. Or dying. o Harris, Wil iams and Lance were prominent men in my life. His scrutiny raises feelings I don’t want to acknowledge. Feelings of pain, treachery, betrayal. Then, in what can only be described as epic bad timing, a male voice cal s out from the head of the stairs.
I hate that type. He smiles when he sees me, a smile of relief and anticipation. I’m sure the relief is because I’m female (a host never knows) and the anticipation that because I’m female, sex wil be a part of the deal. I pul a wad of cash out of my purse and lay it on top of his clothes. “I just want the blood,” I tel him. ” The guy pushes the sheet off his hips. He started without me. If the size of his dick is supposed to impress me, my reaction must be a bitter disappointment. I flutter fingers in a dismissive gesture.
Only the taste differs, like drinking vinegar or wine, and I’m pleased with this vintage. The first mouthful brings intense pleasure, my body now tingling with something other than hunger. There’s a fleeting moment when I am tempted to rol him over, to mount him, feel him inside me while I feed. But I resist. I’ve treated sex too cavalierly in the past. I want it to mean something from now on. Something more than just scratching a biological itch. Something like what I have with Stephen. I already miss him.
Crossroads by Jeanne C. Stein