Where Do We Go From Here?

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Danielle's relationship with her boyfriend John is in shambles. She doesn't want to lose him, but doesn't know how to fix things. Sometimes bodies can express things we don't know how to get across with words.

(Flash fiction - 1900 words)
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About Jessica Morse

Jessica Morse has been writing since she was a child. Her first work was a one act play about the dangers of letting dogs off their leashes, written when she was seven. Since then she’s worked as a waitress, fundraiser, and freelance writer. Jessica wrote her first piece of erotic romance in 2008, and never looked back.

Jessica has lived in Philadelphia, PA for her entire life, but travels as often as she can (her current tally is three continents and twelve countries). When she’s not writing or reading one of the eight hundred books in her home, she spends time with her husband and their fifteen pound cat.

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Charity Daugherty reviewed on on March 8, 2012

This story reads like a "day in the life" as it could be real. There were too many grammatical errors and it was entirely too short to be a good read.
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Keara Kevay reviewed on on Aug. 2, 2011

Well written. I felt the frustration of Dani as she came to grips with the fact that she didn't know what she wanted out of her relationship with John. She had the guy of her dreams, but happiness was still out of her grasp. It was their physical connection that eventually brings her back to the realization that she doesn't want to let him go. Nice job.
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M Y reviewed on on June 13, 2011

Wonderful little story! Perfect love to sex ratio! =]
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Ernest Winchester reviewed on on Feb. 4, 2011

By far the best story from this author that I have read so far. She proves here that life can be such a big unknown.
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Evangeline Love reviewed on on Jan. 20, 2011

I like that the sex didn't solve their problems but the closeness allowed her to gain some perspective. Realistic and well written.
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