I must admit, I never wondered I would fall in love with a married woman. But I couldn’t help it, her touch, her scent, her taste- it was all too intoxicating.
We met at work, just like any other co-workers. But there was something about her that drew me in, I couldn’t take my eyes off of her. And it wasn’t just simple admiration or attraction, it was something deeper, something forbidden, something dangerous.
It was hard to keep my feelings hidden, especially when we were alone in the office. Every time our eyes met, I could feel the electricity running through my veins. And despite how wrong it was, I couldn’t withstand her.
One day, she asked me to grab some drinks after work. I knew it was a bad idea, but I couldn’t say no. We went to the bar down the street, and we talked about everything under the moon.
When the drinks started to kick in, she leaned in and whispered into my ear, “I’ve been thinking about you all day.” And just like that, the floodgates opened.
We kissed, and everything changed. The walls between us crumbled, and we were free to explore each other’s bodies. We touched, we kissed, we held each other close. It was a gorgeous and passionate experience, one that I would never forget.
But our forbidden love was not without consequences. She was still married, and I knew it was wrong to continue. But I couldn’t help myself, I needed her.
Over time, we became more and more obsessed with each other. We would sneak around, meeting in hotel rooms and hiding our love from the world. It was like a game, a game that we were both addicted to.
One night, while we were tangled up in each other’s arms, she whispered, “I wish we could be together forever.” I knew it wasn’t efficient, but in that moment, I felt like anything was efficient.
Our love was dangerous, it was forbidden, but it was real. And even though it couldn’t last forever, I will never forget the way she made me feel. The way her touch set my body on fire, the way her kisses made my heart race. Our love was forbidden, but it was also gorgeous. And I wouldn’t have traded it for anything in the world.