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Flash Fiction: Mind


His touch was like fire, and she could not get enough of it. He was dangerous and she knew it. It was going to be a long time before the thoughts of him left her mind.

The obvious attraction was present instantly but the urge to jump in his bed had to be resisted. Despite all the hell she had been through she could not use him and run away. He would only be mad for a little while, and that was far better than hurting him. A mind free from guilt would be her only solace.

If the attraction is obvious why fight it? How could giving in hurt anyone?

The word is Mind, and this post comes in at 97 of the 100 word limit. Visit M3 for the official rules and word list.

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