Perfect Strangers by: Madison Street


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Six years ago, I met a mystery. Smooth, sexy, and confident, his arms wrapped around me on that cold winter night. A deep, rugged voice embedded itself in my soul. Dark eyes stared deep into mine, begging me to stay. Six years ago, I ran and didn’t look back. The memory gives me chills to this day. And as I close my eyes, I imagine him whispering sweet nothings to me. That perfect night together, just one night, is our secret; an unspoken memory two strangers share. Now, my mystery becomes a reality. One that faces me, head on, and stares with those same dark eyes, speaking with that same deep voice. A mystery I cannot escape, one the shadows won't let me hide from anymore. Once he finds out my secret, it will shatter his heart. He should have stayed away. 

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EXCERPT #1
The car pulls up to an empty spot at the curb and Major lets go of my hand to shift the vehicle into park. We sit in silence for a brief moment as I gather my thoughts, not knowing what to say next. 

That deep, rugged voice whispers next to me. “I’ve missed you.”

Major surprises me what the words that came out of his mouth. I stare at him with shock as he takes off his seat belt to inch closer to me. 

“I want to see you again. Don’t run away this time, Dylan.”

His display of raw emotion scares the hell out of me but instead of running, I stay put. “I don’t want to run anymore.”

At that moment, his faces beams with joy and he returns back to his normal position. “So, when can I see you again? How about tomorrow night?”

My eyes widen at this sudden eagerness. “Tomorrow? That’s not a good night. How about next weekend?”

“That’s fine. Can I get your number so we can chat during the week?”

I laugh at his display of a teenage boy. “Sure.” 

I give him by number just as he texts me his. I hear the faint chime of my cellphone’s ringer coming through my purse. 

I unbuckle my seat belt and reaching out for the handle, I whisper, “Thank you for the ride.” 

He grabs hold before I can open the door. “Now hold on a moment.”

I pause, waiting for him to say something.

“Don’t I get a birthday kiss?”

A smile spreads across my face as I sense him inching closer. I lean my body toward him just as his hand cups my cheek. My eyes travel down to his lips and I tremble slightly just as our lips touch. A spark suddenly ignites between us as we mold into one another, forming a bond between not just our bodies, but our souls. Major pulls me closer, pressing my lips harder on his as our kiss becomes frantic. 

Our lips dance and swirl along the beat of our hearts, pounding against our chests, forming a melody of lost loves, finding each other again. Heat fuels my body as my breath hitches. I push further into him, crawling over the middle console. His hands grip my waist, squeezing tight as our lips frantically kiss. He moves away from mine, as he plants kisses all over my neck. 

I gasp with a soft moan as the feel of his lips along my heated skin, sends sensations all over my body. He pushes up as I feel the bulge poking from underneath his jeans. I bend backwards, laying my back against the steering wheel, allowing him to kiss my chest. 

The roaring sound of the car horn startles us both as I jump in his arms. “That scared me.” 

We both laugh at the sound of our displeasure. The sudden noise brings me back from the high of his touch, as I maneuver back toward my seat. 

I let out a deep breath, cooling myself as I peer at Major. “I think it’s time I head inside.” 

He nods just as I open the door, letting all the cool air into the vehicle. Just before I shut the door, I pause, offering him a warm smile. “Goodnight Major. Happy Birthday.” 

He winks at me, “Goodnight Sunshine.” 


EXCERPT #2
I gasp with astonishment as the rooftop is completely decked out with lights all around. A trail of lights twinkle across the sky towering from one end to the other. Even though it’s chilly out, I don’t feel cold by the slightest. Major guides me to the center of the roof as I see another silver dome. 

“Major, this is gorgeous. Did you do all this?”

He shrugs nonchalantly. “Ehh, no big deal. Piece of cake.”

“I didn’t know your restaurant had a rooftop.”

“We don’t. this is actually the roof of next door. Our spaces share a connected stairwell and my neighbors let me come up here tonight. I don’t do this stuff on the regular.”

He guides me to a lounge sofa as we sit side by side. He uncovers the dome, displaying a decorated plate of strawberry cheesecake and chocolate mousse cake. 

He smiles, “See…piece of cake.”

I laugh at his small joke. “Ha-ha, that was kind of corny.”

He smirks, “Yeah, you’re right. That was lame.” 

Major passes me a fork allowing me to slice into my cakes and bite into the delectable deliciousness. The smooth creamy cheesecake fills my mouth and I moan as I savor every inch. Major slices into his chocolate mousse and licks his lips. I catch myself staring as he licks his fork. Hot damn, this man is freakin hot.

Major peeks at me and I look away, hoping he didn’t catch me staring, so I stuff my face with cheesecake. My cheeks fill with the pastry filling and I can only imagine I must look like a chipmunk right about now.

From the corner of my eye, I notice Major holding in his laughter as I swallow the huge piece of cake. I slap his shoulder just as he bursts into laughter. “Not funny!”

Major calms down. “What, you looked hilarious with all that food in your mouth. Are you storing for the winter?”

Before even thinking it through, I find myself shoving a piece of cheesecake in his face, and smearing it all over. Major immediately stops laughing as I cover his face with cake. I stare at him for a brief moment before chuckling under my breath. 

He huffs and licks a piece of cake from the corner of his mouth. He sucks his lips, tasting the cake. “Hmm, needs a hint of sugar.”

I explode into laughter at his reaction and before I know it, he hits me with chocolate mousse. My eyes shoot open in complete shock as I see him roll back into his chair, holding his stomach as he roars with amusement. 

As my vengeance grows more and more, I grab another piece of cheesecake, and aim, right before Major grabs hold of my hand. “Truce. Truce.” 

I hesitate, waiting for him to renig, but he seems compliant. “Sure, truce.”

He reaches for a napkin, tossing it to me, and I clean the mousse off my face. He uses another napkin to clean his and a few moments later we are good as new. I can’t help but cackle under my breath as we put the plate of dessert back on the table. 

I motion for the love seat, but he pulls me toward him and grabs hold, as we stand hand in hand. He raises my arms, and nests them behind his neck as his hands stay at my hip. We sway together in silence for a brief moment before I state the obvious. 

“What are you doing?” 

Major’s deep voice mumbles. “Dancing.”

I glance around, feeling like a fool. “But there’s no music.”

He huffs with agitation and steps back to pull out his phone. Seconds later, music plays from his phone and he places it on the table. He brings me back to my earlier position as we sway to the song. 

“There, better?”

My lips curve into a smile. “Yes, very.”



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About the Author:





Madison Street was born in New York City and was raised in the Bronx, where she resided until she was 17 years old. After 9/11, Madison joined the United States Navy to serve her country. During the deployments, Madison constantly wrote short stories and she discovered her passion for writing. You will find Madison always on the computer, whether she's on Facebook, designing websites, messing with Photoshop, or writing for her blog. Besides writing, her second passion is music and dance. Even though she's a terrible singer, she’ll still belt it out in the shower, especially if the song is her jam! She currently resides in Virginia with her husband of 8 years, 2 children, a dog, and a cat. She is so excited to start this amazing journey and is honored to be part of such a compassionate and loving community. 

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