Welcome to New York“Well, I have to admit, it’s different from the old place, but I like it.”Welcome to New York by KP-Presents
Susan smiled as her husband Clint walked round, looking out of the window in the main living area that looked out over Central Park. “Madame managed to do well for us this time,” he said with a smile.”
“Not her doing – I paid the deposit form my fee for the job I did here. The mortgage is through Madame’s financial office. So, do you think you will like it here?”
“I still can’t get over it – you as Madame’s head official here. Should I be jealous?”
“Of course not, you daft idiot,” Susan said as she put her arms round Clint’s neck and kissed him. “Besides, your new job makes you just as important as me.”
“Yeah – official driver at the United Nations. You could have knocked me down with a feather when I was told – how did she fix that?”
On the Shop FloorThe tall, thin woman strode through the entrance hall of the non-descript building and approached the desk at the far end of the entrance hall. She wore a black jacket and skirt with a thin grey stripe, a black silk blouse and three inch heel pumps, her long black hair falling down her back and shoulders.On the Shop Floor by KP-Presents
“Miss Dominique – I was not expecting to see you today.”
“Good morning, George – Madame asked me to call and see her.”
“Of course – go straight up,” the uniformed doorman said as Dominique headed for the private elevator. She smiled as the doors closed and it moved swiftly up, opening on the office headquarters of Madame X.
She smiled as she looked at the blonde haired woman.
“Lily – I was asked to drop in. Something about an assignment?”
“Oh, the shop floor program – I had my turn last week.”
Dominique raised an eyebrow as Lily said “Don’t w
First Blood - part 1May 23rd 2011First Blood - part 1 by KP-Presents
The Richmond Mansion
“Well, I wonder how she’s feeling today,” Diana said as she and Juliette climbed the stairs to the front door of the mansion.
“Well, she’s certainly improved a lot since the New Year,” Juliette said as she rang the doorbell. “How is Abigail?”
“Feeling incredibly awkward,” Diana said as she shook her head, “She seems to have sprouted three inches in the last month – I had to replace her school uniform again last week.”
“Takes after her mother,” Juliette said with a smile as the door opened.
“Good morning, Heather,” Juliette said as the door was opened by the young nanny, “is Sandy in?”
“She is, Miss Huntingdown,” Heather said as she opened the door to let her and Diana in, “she’s in her studio. Go right on through – I have some washing to sort out.”
“It’s Juliette, Heat
As Time Goes By - Part 5“Hello, darling - long time no see,” the man said as he pulled the stocking off, revealing a close cropped head of grey hair and a huge smile on his face.As Time Goes By - Part 5 by KP-Presents
“Uncle Dave?” Kate said, her jaw hanging down in astonishment, “and Aunt Gina? What the hell do you think you’re doing?”
“Their job,” Carol said as she watched the masked woman finally remove her balaclava, revealing a slightly older version of her own face, the blonde hair streaked with grey. “How’s the objets d’art procurement process, big sis?”
“Can’t complain, but then you would not know we’ve branched out into the internet sales business,” Gina said as she sat down and piled some fried rice onto a plate, “after all, you stopped fifteen years ago.”
“For very good reason - that hoodlum was going to have me killed. I had to go into hiding - to protect Kate and myself. What about my boss?
Bunnies in BlanketsRoberta lay quite still, listening to the sounds of the birds in the garden that were coming through the open window. The cool spring air was passing over her face, and bringing some relief to her hot flushed cheeks. Looking from side to side, she could see the scattered objects from the flat she shared with Annette around the floor, and on the coffee table was the note that had been left when their visitors had departed. She dearly wanted to get up off the floor and call someone, anyone, to talk to them, but there were one or two things stopping that happening.Bunnies in Blankets by KP-Presents
One was the blanket that was tightly wrapped around her, making it difficult for her to move anywhere, much less sit up. Another was the silver grey duct tape wrapped around that blanket, holding it and her in a cocooned roll. The third thing was the strips of that same tape over her mouth, keeping the cloth in and silencing her. If only she had been able to call out, then maybe Annette would
A Business ArrangementIt was late, and the red streak across the horizon was beginning to fade into a darkening sky as the lights went on around the buildings. A familiar grey building on the estate was also well lit, with people working late as they awaited reports and returning teams.A Business Arrangement by KP-Presents
Madame X was at her desk, studying carefully a report she had just received, when there was a knock on the door.
“Come,” she called out, and Penelope entered, wearing a stunning red dress with gold lame sewn in to it. The dress was cut off one shoulder, the arm on the other side encased in a fitted glove sleeve. The front of the dress was cut to allow her to reveal her stocking clad legs, and she wore a pair of stiletto heels on her feet.
“Ah Penelope,” Madame X said, her warm and inviting voice soft and gentle in the tone, “How was the reception?”
“Most illuminating, Madame,” Penelope said as she sat down. “I believe I know the layout of the Manor
As Time Goes By - Part 4The blonde haired woman who was standing there was wearing a tan leather jacket and a pair of patterned leggings, the legs of which were tucked into brown leather boots that went over her knees. “Good evening,” she said as she looked up, “I’m sorry to disturb you, but I am collecting for... Carol?”As Time Goes By - Part 4 by KP-Presents
“Amanda,” Carol said as she recognised her boss, “What are you doing here?”
“I... I’m a volunteer for the local homeless shelter,” the blonde haired woman stammered out. “We put a bag through your door the other day, and I’m going to each of the houses in the area to see if you have anything.” She looked at the older woman, and then said “Of course, I’m not sure if you would have anything worth giving to charity - I suspect you still wish to wear those things.”
Carol had to stop herself from shouting, when a sudden thought occurred to her. “Actually,
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