…That night, I went to a club; it really wasn’t my scene, I was older, and had been there done that, and many of the patrons were years younger than me. Even though I didn’t look my age, I felt my age and I felt out of place. I got up to leave. I wasn’t anxious to go back to the hotel so I took off my shoes and decided to walk along the beach. It was dusk, maybe a little dangerous, but there were plenty of people around to feel relatively safe. As I walked I heard a vaguely familiar voice. Low and deep and it sent a ripple up my spine and a tingle to my nether regions.
“Great minds think alike.” I turned around. It was Trent.
“Mr. Trent Roberts; wow, what are you doing here?” I asked.
“Same thing as you-vacationing,” he said. “I saw you in the club. I was on the other side of the bar. I tried to get your attention, then I looked away for one second and you were gone.” he said.
“Oh, sorry, I was in my own world,” I said.
“I could tell,” he laughed.
“Have you ever been here before?” I asked.
“No, first time. Beautiful huh?” he asked.
“Yes, it is. It’s my second time here and hopefully won’t be my last,” I said.
We continued to walk and talk. We hadn’t seen each other in a few years and I was surprised he still remembered me. I certainly remembered him. He was very handsome, almost disturbingly-tall, well built, with golden brown skin, though it was darkened by the recent constant sun exposure in St. Thomas. He had dark eyes with heavy eyelashes, definitely too pretty to be on a man and a cleft in his chin that couldn’t be ignored. We found out little tidbits about each other that night. He was thirty three, never married and had no children….
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