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Deceit I heard the sound of ringing so I turned over and hit the alarm. I still felt tired even after a nights sleep. I quietly got out of bed so as not to wake my fianc´┐Że, and stood at the end of the bed staring at her. She looked so sweet and innocent, breathing softly, I was amazed as to how I was getting married to someone this beautiful. Her name was as beautiful as she is too. Kate, Greek for pure. I had known her for three years now and was my main reason for living. Her body was so soft and beautiful, just perfect, even her clothes were folded on the chair in a perfect fashion. I looked over to my side of the bed and found mine lying on the floor in a heap. I took some underwear from a draw at the end of the bed and threw it to my side. Whilst walking over to the shower I saw her sigh and turn over and a smile shone on my face. As I got in the shower I looked round to make sure I had a towel. I turned the shower control and scalding water began to pour, it felt amazing. The water itself felt as if it was cleaning me and at the same time waking me gently. I heard the door handle moving so I looked round the shower door. There stood Kate with a devilish smile on her face. "Happy to see me?" she asked in her soft feminine voice. "Of course," I replied, "Who wouldn't be?" "Mind if I join you then?" ...read more.


I responded. Knowing he still wouldn't think it was right. "But please don't tell Carol, if she tells Kate then our relationship will be over without knowing if there would be any point in a relationship with Gemma." "Okay, I won't tell her so long as you stick with one or the other. Carol and Kate aren't the greatest friends anyway as Carol thinks more or less the same of her as you do." At least I'm not the only one that thinks of her that way, I thought to myself. That evening I went around to pick Gemma up to go to an Italian restaurant, Giovanni's. It wasn't far from her semi-detached house, bought for her by her parents. She looked even more stunning that she used to. She was wearing an amazing deep red, well-cut, silky, halter-neck dress. So stunning I told her so, too. She smiled, "You don't look too bad yourself." The food was delicious, the dessert was luscious and the company was even better than that. We got on so well and one waiter even asked how long we'd been engaged for. After the meal when we we're walking over to my car I stepped in front of her and kissed her. At first just gently but then she started to respond passionately. We then leant on my car and couldn't keep our hands of each other. I had never experienced a kiss as astounding as this, off a girl I had been friends with for a length of time. ...read more.


"What are you doing here?" she asked. "Why did you not tell me that you had a boyfriend? Why did you sleep with me, not telling me that you had one? When I got home I split up with Kate because I thought that we could start a relationship, and then I find out you are still in one." I said angrily with my voice still trembling. "You were still with Kate?" she then asked. "Well then I didn't do anything that you didn't do. I deceived my boyfriend too. What do you want me to do? I've been with him for six months now and I think he may be the one for me." "Well I thought Kate was the one for me until I met you." "Well I know I like you the same as Sam but I've been with him for longer. Could you please leave I don't want Sam getting the wrong impression of this." "I'll call you sometime," she called as I started to walk off. When I got home I just sat on my bed wishing the past two days away, wishing that none of it had ever happened. But still I couldn't believe how I had deceived Kate that way, and Gemma had deceived me at the same time. These two days had taught me a lot and I will never dare cheat or deceive anyone ever again, because when I realised what had happened it was the worst feeling I'd ever had. A part of me just wanted to die but I still had a long life ahead of me, I just hope nothing like that ever happens again. Matthew Burton 4LB ...read more.

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