Making Love in the Library

bookshelf2“Please?”

“No, Alex. Absolutely not.” Mary slammed the book,  and returned it to the shelf.

He pressed his body against hers, breathing heavily in her ear.

“Well… maybe,” she sighed. “Just this once.”

This 33-word flash fiction story was inspired by Trifextra 67: Onomatopoeia.
This photo was inspired by two photo prompts:
the Wordsmith Studio Weekly  Photo Prompt: Books
and the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

Happy Writing and Photo Fun!

Becca ♥ (extreme multi-tasker)

47 thoughts on “Making Love in the Library

  1. Kir Piccini

    LOVE!
    Being honest…I scooted right over when I saw the title, I’m a sucker for a romantic tale in the stacks. 😉

    this was so good…hoping her “sigh” was a happy one.

    have a great weekend!

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    1. Becca

      Of course! She wanted to, and as soon as he helped lower her inhibitions, she was totally up for it!!

      I always loved to read, but never spent time in the library when I was in school. Weird, huh?

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      1. Kir Piccini

        no not weird, I think that everyone has their “places”.
        But I do admit to making out in the library. I loved books, I loved kisses…you can have BOTH in the library 😉

        such a fun read, nice to meet you and your blog Becca!

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  2. nenna1

    Loved this! It reminded me of my high school boyfriend. We didn’t do much reading in the library…

    Oh my…did it suddenly get warm in here?

    Reply
    1. Becca

      I never had a lack of private places to… uh… hang out, when I was a teenager, so the library never made it on “that” list. Maybe it’s time to remedy that… I know hubby would be up for it, lol!!

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    1. Becca

      Thanks! They were a college graduation gift from my dad. I haven’t actually read any of those physical books, but I love to look at them!! LOL!

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  10. Michael

    I work in a law library. It’s terribly unromantic. I have yet to catch anyone making out amidst the Tax binders. But who knows? Maybe, someday….:D

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  16. atrm61

    lol!Imagine doing that in the library!In India,we have such a to do,there is no way such a thing will be allowed(at least that used to be the case some 30 years bk when we were in school)-& ofc the arrangement is such that you are easily visible-sigh!

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