I Meet Diane
Add: 5 August 2015 / 14:02
Time passed in a procession of daydreams and fantasies. I was beginning to wonder if I was ever going to get that call, when late in the afternoon my phone rang!
"Hello, is that my train companion?" a voice asked.
My mouth went dry but I managed to stay cool and replied, "Yes it is, if that's my coat wearing lover?"
She just gave a short throaty laugh and confirmed it was her.
"What are you doing at the moment?" she asked.
Even if I was busy there was no way I was going to turn down another mind-blowing fuck!
"Not a lot, got any suggestions?" I asked.
My cock was getting hopeful when she asked, "Do you know the Cheshire Arms on St. Marks Road?"
"Yes, I know it. Isn't it a small bed and breakfast place?" I said.
"That's the one. A friend of mine from my old school days owns it, can you be there by seven this evening?" she asked.
I thought this was a silly question, as wild horses could not have kept me away.
"'Course I can," I said and the phone went dead.
Crap. How was I to find her if I still did not know her name? I thought.
An hour later I found myself outside the little hotel, wondering how I was going to handle this. I just thought, "Bugger it, I'll just go in. The person on reception is likely to be the owner, given the size of the place."
So in I went and there inside the little hall way was a reception desk. It was empty. I rang the little bell and a woman came out. She was tall, blonde, athletic and stunning, the opposite of my lady in terms of size and shape, but both were very, very sexy.
She was wearing a pair of tight black trousers and a man's white shirt. The effect when added to the stilettos was unbelievably erotic.
She looked me up and down, smiled and said, "I assume you are the train conductor?"
"Yes," I replied.
"Come this way," she said and I followed a pert, tight bum up a short flight of stairs to a door with the number three on it. "It's our quietest room," she said and laughed.
She handed me the key, smiled, and said, "Have fun."
I looked at the key and door and thought, "Sod it. I've come this far might as well go in."