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Eve knocked on nto's little bachelorette flat and stop impatiently tapping her foot.
it was two o'clock in the afternoon and she had decided to waste her much appreciated time and sort the issue with nto out.
She had a day off and wd have loved to stay home, sip on a sweet rose in thick socks, a warm blanket and music.
It was getting colder by the minute, by the looks of things, the coming winter would be hectic.
nto opened the door in a flimsy negligee and a smile.
'hey you' she said cheerfully.
Eve ignored her and stepped around into the warm exterior, it was threatening to rain.
'the weather is beautiful, isn't it?' she said, following eve inside, unaffected by the rude gesture.
Eve granted a reply and stood in the tiny lounge.
'what is it nto?' she tried to look into the woman's eyes and understand what was driving this engine.
'would you like some wine?' nto said instead.
'i have an orange river cellars nicely chilled....it's cheap but so accommodating to the palate'.
''stop beating about the bush and tell me why am here nto'.

'ok,be like that', just then she slipped her little negligee off,'i want you...'
Slowly she walked to her,a sweet little smile playing on her lips,
But there was also an almost childlike fear in her eyes.
Eve sighed.
'don't do this nto...please'
'i love you eve, I don't know how it happened...you are all I think abt'

'but you knew abt dana, you knew nothing cd happen between us'.
'i guess my heart never paid heed..'
'i can't do this nto, we might have had our differences with dana but I love her and she's the one I want to be with, I thought you understood that.'

'i can't just not feel, what am I supposed to do about all these feelings? You played with my feelings, made me thin you felt the same way,' tears were now trickling her brown cheeks.
Relentlessly, they fell quicker and quicker.
'please don't cry...am sorry, I just thought we both understood what was going on...'
'please make love to Me...' she had crossed the distance between them and now held eve's arm pitifully,
Eve felt as trapped as a mouse in a cage.
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