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Marissas Perspective (Perspectives Book 2) Nefretiti Morant

Marissas Perspective (Perspectives Book 2)

Nefretiti Morant

Published February 3rd 2013
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Kindle Edition
177 pages
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Rap music blared through the warm fall night, beckoning us to the excitement waiting within. As we walked in LL Cool J’s Big Ole Butt started careening loudly out the speakers. I put a little sway in my hips. It’s was hot and packed. We glanced atMoreRap music blared through the warm fall night, beckoning us to the excitement waiting within. As we walked in LL Cool J’s Big Ole Butt started careening loudly out the speakers. I put a little sway in my hips. It’s was hot and packed. We glanced at each other and smiled as we started bopping to the music. I knew all eyes would be on us soon enough. We were bad, the both of us. Throwing our hands up, we started dancing like crazy. It wasn’t long before some guys walked over and started dancing with us. I glanced at Carla and gave her my fierce look. When Salt n Peppa’s “I’ll take your man” started playing we switched partners. I winked at her and we started turning it up. We were pumping waists and arms to the music. After “I wish” by Skee-Lo went off. We decided to take a break.Making our way to the bathroom, we crawled through the house, which was littered with wasted horny teenagers. I knocked on the bathroom door, then opened it after not hearing an answer. Standing before me was the finest guy I ever saw. We locked eyes, each enjoying the view.“I’m sorry.” I stammered glancing down at his sex. He was packing and knowingly grinned at me as he zipped up his pants. I felt my face and hands get hot.“I, I didn’t hear you say anyone was in here.”“It’s all good honey.” he said, flashing the whitest prettiest teeth I ever saw.“She’s sorry.” Carla said pulling me back and closing the door. I didn’t even realize I was staring.“Snap out of it.” She said. I looked at her and she was all smiles.“What was that? You ain’t never got nothing to say.” Carla shouted.“Damm he’s so cute.” I replied.“What?” Carla yelled challenging the music’s volume.“I said, he’s so damm cute.” I yelled loudly this time, so that she could hear me over the music. But as the words left my lips the music stopped. My voice was clearly audible to Carla and everyone else on the floor.“You ain’t too badd yourself.” He said as his voice caressed my ears from behind.We both turned around, to him standing in the door way smiling.“You have a minute?” He asked as he walked over to where we were standing.“I got to go to the bathroom girl. Be right back.” Carla said as she walked off grinning mischievously.“I’m Jashawn. And I must say you are one badd honey. What’s your name?”“My name is Angela. My friends call me Angie. Sorry about the door. I didn’t hear you say anything.” I replied sheepishly.“It’s all good.” He said flashing a smile.“So, I would love to call you sometime.”“Sure.” I replied. I wrote my number on a piece of paper and handed it to him.He purposely touched my hand as I handed him my number. Sensatuous yearnings for his touch quaked throughout my body.I couldn’t stop talking about Jashawn as we walked home. He was so masculine and sexy, too mature to be at a teenage house party. As we neared our homes, which were two blocks apart we hugged and said our goodbyes.“See you later girl.” I said.“Later Angie.” Carla replied before heading in the direction of her house.I snuck back inside and into my bed. I had the distinct feeling that I was about to sail through uncharted seas. Aroused by the possibility of epic romance, I wanted to jump heart first as Adam’s ale engulfed all senses. I smilingly plummeted into dark oceans of sleep- my subconscious fondled by elation.