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The building was empty, abandoned.
“This must be the last one in the city we haven’t done.” She unbuttoned his coat.
“You’re joking!” He knew she wasn’t.
“You always say that, but you enjoy yourself despite all. Remember the apartment building downtown?” She pulled him into the elevator by his coat lapel.
“Very slow. Lots of bumps.” He smiled at the memory.
“And city hall?”
“Distracting music, but we got to the top.” He remembered it well.
“Twice.” She giggled.
“All that walnut veneer inspired me.”
“Going up?” Her breath was warm on his neck. She smelled of coconut.
44 thoughts on “The Last One?”
Ha!ha!This was such a different ride-guess both enjoyed it to much-sad that it was the last such building-does it mean no more fun? 😉
I suspect they will utilize stairwells, closets, and empty boardrooms next. The possibilities are endless 🙂 Thanks for for your comment. Glad you liked it.
Helena took my by-line I would have used. Good story and I enjoyed it. Oh . . . to be young again! Nan 😉
Thanks, Nan. Glad you liked it. Yep, the spirit is willing but. . .
Clever stuff. Now, the east wing of the London Ritz has this elevator that … .
I’ll remember that for the sequel 🙂 I’m glad you liked it. Thanks for commenting.
Ahem… since no one else said it, I might as well. Going up? Definitely. Going down? If you’re lucky.
Oh, I think he’s going to get lucky 🙂 Thanks for reading and commenting.
A more down to earth version of the mile high club.. 🙂
LOL. More accessible and less expensive 🙂 Thanks for your comment.
Reminds me of that 90’s Aerosmith song
Absolutely! Been humming that song for the past few days 🙂 Thanks for commenting.
Yep. I do edit a lot. You’re right. If she was the mayor, if guess she would have some privledges not afforded to ordinary citizens.
Now that is a different and clever take on the photo, Sorchia. Really raised the standard. You write drafts of post-it notes? Do you mind if I use that in a story?
LOL. Use it with my blessings 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for your comment.
A sexy story! Wonderful – there aren’t enough of these.
Thanks, Liz. I’m glad you enjoyed it.
Very cute. Now where the hell is the nearest elevator?!!
HaHa. Thanks, Perry. Glad you liked it.
Sorry about that typo. I meant “important” influence. Better yet, I should have written powerful influence.
Hahaha. Writers are always editing 🙂 I write rough drafts of post-it note memos before I actually commit them to the post-it note–I bet you do, too.
I’m wondering how early or how late they’re able to do anything without other people around. I’m looking at this in too much of a practical way I guess, but wouldn’t they need to have a key to get in those buildings at those times? They must have importance influence. Well written.
I got the idea they enjoyed the challenge of a crowd nearby–though some practical precautions would have to be taken or they’re going to wind up in jail. Let’s say she’s the mayor and this is part of her “Getting to know your Community” program.
Thanks very much for your comment.
Flights of fantasy… Enjoyed reading 🙂
I’m glad you liked it. Thanks for commenting.
I want to know what tea you drink too so that I might purchase some? Great story, 🙂
Try a green tea with jasmine–works for me 🙂 I’m glad you liked it. Thanks for your comment.
Was it their last one? or were they reliving the last one? Hope they have many more to love !
If this is the last one in town, they may just have to go to another town 🙂 Thanks for reading and commenting.
What sort of tea do you drink?? 🙂 Many puns come to mind, but I’m resolutely not going there, but they obviously are. Looking at the question mark at the end of the title, I wonder whether there are more elevators.
Thanks, Janet. I drink a nice green tea with jasmine–I suspect the jasmine did it 🙂 My thought is that even if they’ve done all the elevators, they will move on to closets, washrooms, and staircases.
How very sensual! Hope they enjoy the ride!
From the sound of it, they will 🙂 Thanks for reading and commenting.
Great read! 🙂
Glad it was good for you 🙂 Thanks for reading and commenting.
LOL. Just a quicky on a Wednesday morning 🙂 Thanks for reading and commenting.
Good take on the prompt – sounds like they had fun
Thanks. Glad you liked it.
LOL. It’s funny what occurs to you before your second cup of tea 🙂 Thanks for reading and commenting.
Guess they’re looking for the most…um…uplifting experience? Fires the imagination. 11th floor please. Nice one.
Thanks, Rochelle. And I’m humming Aerosmith’s “Love in an Elevator” right now 🙂