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Prostitution and drugs - a glimpse of the dark reality.

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Introduction

She looked up at the night sky; the stars playing hide-and-seek behind the black clouds, the moon shining in all its nullified glory. The night had an ominous air about it, she could feel it as the icy breeze sank through her bare skin. She wrapped her arms around herself and waited. Waiting. She kept waiting, there at the side of the road, until she was momentarily blinded by the headlights of the ever-so-familiar black corvette... The black-tinted windows were rolled up, obscuring whatever was inside from view. That didn't matter though - she knew exactly what was waiting inside for her. She walked over to the car with the same seductive stride she carried with her when she was aiming to impress. ...read more.

Middle

She let him lay her down on the back seat, feeling his hands trail down her body, feeling them play knowingly with the buckle of her belt. She pulled her shirt over her head as he trailed his fingers up her leather boots and let them dance over the top of her bare thighs. He gently lay himself upon her, the feel of his lips on her neck sending a chill down her spine. She shut her eyes tightly, clenching her fingers around the nape of his neck, her nails making small groves in his skin. She let out a small gasp as he honed in, mercilessly cursing herself for doing so..... They stared motionless at each other, the sweat glistening off their naked bodies. ...read more.

Conclusion

She wiped her nose and closed the door, stepping back on to the kerb. She could already feel it starting. The car revved up and sped away, towards the fluorescent lights of the city. The city. Her home. It was late, she was cold and tired. She just wanted to curl up in bed under this temporary bliss. She couldn't go home. No, not yet.... She looked up at the night sky; the stars playing hide-and-seek behind the black clouds, the moon shining in all its nullified glory. The night had an ominous air about it, she could feel it as the icy breeze sank through her bare skin. She wrapped her arms around herself and waited. Waiting. She kept waiting, there at the side of the road, until she was momentarily blinded by the headlights of the ever-so-familiar blue mercedes... ...read more.

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