Early Bird Sneak Peek: “Any Time Now”!

Hi all! It’s time for another Early Bird Sneak Peek, where I share a glimpse at the story my lucky Early Bird patrons will be enjoying next Saturday thanks to their pledges at my Patreon page! Of course, if you’re not an Early Bird patron, you’ll still get a story–“Vacant Moan”, teased previously as an Early Bird story, has already been submitted to the EMCSA for inclusion when updates resume in a week and a half, as well as to Literotica. But the Early Bird patrons will be getting “Any Time Now”! (MC FF)

Ever have on of those conversations you can’t quite seem to extricate yourself from? Lucinda’s having one of those. She’s in a bar looking for a quiet night of drinking, dancing, and maybe a cute guy, but Andrea keeps talking and talking until Lucinda’s practically numb. Then again, that may be the idea. Here’s a taste:

And when Lucinda did make her first escape attempt of the night, mentioning that she really needed to use the facilities, Andrea leaped right past the hint with, “Oh, I need to freshen up myself! Let’s go ahead, and maybe we can look for somewhere a little quieter on the way back. This is kind of a high-traffic area.”

Of course it was. That was why Lucinda picked it. But somehow by the time they wended their way through the crowd, with Andrea continuing her one-woman show the entire damn time (“and you can see how this part of the room is dark, and quiet, for people who want to relax a little after an exhausting day”) and made it through the restroom line (“isn’t it funny the way your brain just sort of shuts down when all you have to do is stand and wait? You find time just sort of disappears while you’re not really thinking about anything”) and made it back into the club, Lucinda found herself being steered to a dimly-lit booth near the very back of the seating area.

And of course, that was when Andrea began dominating the conversation in earnest, her ramblings covering everything from the thrilling centerpiece (“the candleholder looks handmade too, see how the flickering firelight catches all those little imperfections in the glass and draws your eyes to it”) to her outfit (“Do you like my necklace, Lucy? I don’t normally wear jewelry, but this just seemed to call to me until I couldn’t look away”) to her boring office job (“and I was so tired, Lucy, like my head was wobbling on my shoulders from deep, powerful exhaustion and I just couldn’t fight it anymore.”) Lucinda could barely get in a word edgewise, and even when Andrea did prompt a response, it always just seemed to be waiting for Lucinda to say ‘yes’ so she could get back to talking.

Hope you enjoy it!

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