Frankie awoke to a gentle but slightly prickly kiss on her cheek. The sun was shining brightly around the edges of the closed curtains. Gavin’s face was silhouetted against the light so she couldn’t differentiate the expression on his face. She yawned and stretched now feeling relaxed and comfortable in Gavin’s bed. Suddenly her senses sprung into life as Gavin’s large hand slid down to her stomach. She took a deep breath just before his lips landed on hers. That was the beginning of another session of lovemaking, during which Frankie couldn’t believe how Gavin could give her so much pleasure.
Later Gavin went downstairs to make Frankie a cup of tea, which he brought up to her. She was still wondering what they would do for the rest of this sunny day. During her morning shower she continued to anticipate the possibilities.
They ate breakfast and drunk several cups of tea sitting in the sunshine of Gavin’s back garden. Gavin told Frankie that he needed to do some shopping in the adjacent town and asked her if she’d like to go with him. She agreed and they both jumped into his car. Frankie didn’t ask Gavin what he wanted to buy, but as he turned off the main road and they went through an opening in a fence into an area of wasteland, her curiosity was triggered. He pulled up outside a shack with a large sign over the door displaying the words ‘Fresh Fish’
and they went inside to purchase some fresh salmon.
‘Awww! How sweet,’ thought Frankie. ‘He wants to cook something special for our dinner this evening.’
As they left the shack, Gavin explained.
“The salmon is for my family when they visit.”
This hurt Frankie and her happy bubble burst. The man was making it very clear where his priorities lay. This put Frankie harshly in her place and she felt appropriately cheap.
It changed the whole weekend. Her fragile self-esteem was
shattered. She now wished she’d said ‘No’ to Gavin when she had the chance.
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