This week’s Flash in the Pan – Flash Fiction Challenge ;
Red from The M3 Blog is offering up the challenge and anyone can join the fun, Just link your offering to the post on M3 with the same word and be sure and check out the maximum word counts –
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aroused– 100 is the limit and this one comes in at exactly 100 –
This was the strangest job she had ever been hired to do. She was to engage the target but not interact with him, the hope being his suspicions would turn his attention away from what was going on right under his nose. In theory it was brilliant, she thought with more than a little admiration for her employer’s tactics. The problem she realized, cheeks flushing as he walked in the room with his characteristic good looks and look-at-me attitude, was she wanted more than just his suspicions aroused by her efforts. Catching his eye, she wondered if he could tell.
9 thoughts on “Flash in the Pan; Aroused”
Awesomeness! When the internet stops being broken, I will come back and like this. 😉 Intriguing flash.
thanks – has it stopped yet.. mine is still acting up. ♥
Not sure. Likes are still hit or miss for me… mostly miss. xxx
Intrigue and tension … well done!
if this is a thriller – seduction follows.
if it’s a comedy – clumsiness works just as well!
thanks! I had this one brewing awhile – needed the right word. 🙂
Yeah, I’m pretty sure she’ll manage to distraact him. if only with her flusteredness.
lol – that seems to be an endearing and attractive quality, or at least gets some attention for a while. 😉