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Hello Again Romance I was scared." Hugo looked decidedly interested and told her to give her a minute and dashed off with his cider to try to swap and returned smiling with a bottle of Spanish red that neither of them were familiar with. "Oh really?" he said sarcastically. "Yeah and it's reasonably roomy with just one bed, king-size." There was a heated exchange. She fluttered her eyelids and her face became a deep shade of pink. "What the wine?" "Um, I began to become alarmed and had to divert away from my mother's invitation." They laughed. "Watch yourself arsehole," she giggled. Di, early in the role of a ripening peach not yet ready emotionally to be plucked, watched him stride off and looked as if wild thoughts were racing through her mind romantically. "Um, I began to become alarmed and had to divert away from my mother's invitation." "I'm surprised you remember that moment." "Oh, how disappointing for you," Di said, holding back laughing. Two hours later when they were walking arm-in-arm back to the flat after dinner, Di said softly, "My mother said before I left home this morning that since I was sleeping with you - um that was her assumption that I chose not to correct because I know my mother and it would be a waste of time she said and, I quote, 'I suppose I should invite him to dinner, please invite him'." Di giggled and said he was right. "Oh, yes please; you know how to greet a person who's had an intense working day and travel through London during the rush hour." Chapter 1 "My mother said you recommended I try to join the squad receiving cricket coaching. My third-floor flat is within easy walking distance of Clapham Common tube station. One step at the time was the way to go. "Emily, I'm aware Di has a strange accent but it couldn't be described as a 'plum'.


"Oh goodness, hi Hugo. Either I'm plain unlucky or I have been unconsciously saving myself for you. I intend to enrol for drama coaching and hope to become more adept at interpersonal relationships." She fluttered her eyelids and her face became a deep shade of pink. He stood and waved just as she looked up and spotted him and he yelled, "Hello again." At the cafĂŠ, they explained where they were at. "Hugo, please don't get angry because I'm having such a lovely time with you. May I have your card to contact you?" Di fell silent. Resting on the sofa with thoughts tumbling through her mind, Di Stewart realized that she might be close to being in love with Hugo Salter. Emily frowned and smiled, "Oh, well perhaps I should suggest to Di that she tries to get into a cricket coaching squad and work for selection." A few minutes later they left, Hugo driving Di to where the teams were accommodated during the tournament. "How the hell are we talking about cafĂŠ grub and historic stuff when we were talking about your mother's invitation." "It's been bit stressful thinking about it as I aim to do everything correct and avoid doing or saying anything stupid. Moreover, she rather dislikes her father-in-law for reasons I can only speculate although he's never tried to fondle me. My third-floor flat is within easy walking distance of Clapham Common tube station. "Then why the diversion?" A few minutes later they left, Hugo driving Di to where the teams were accommodated during the tournament. Hugo looked decidedly interested and told her to give her a minute and dashed off with his cider to try to swap and returned smiling with a bottle of Spanish red that neither of them were familiar with. "Okay but please don't be angry with me. I will go to her, but not in a rush. Moreover, she rather dislikes her father-in-law for reasons I can only speculate although he's never tried to fondle me. Four months ago, I won a job with a London courier company, resumed playing cricket and rebuilt a social life and was promoted to assistant operations manager with my company six weeks ago." "What, that creep? You know I had him sacked from his coaching job over his completely unacceptable dismissal of you over your somewhat awkward way of speaking arising over exposure to your Welsh nannies. My guess is you'll be the type of teacher that your students will long remember and you'll cruise along with a happy smile on your face knowing you to are succeeding in a worthwhile profession."


"More or less," he replied unruffled. Di flushed and Hugo said triumphantly, "Ah, your mother!" Hugh became more that interested, and leaning forward slightly said, "Christ, Di I had no idea." "Oh goodness, hi Hugo. I apparently lack skills in dealing with people. He protested for making the accusation but it was obvious they were simply sparring. She answered after glancing at the screen and said 'Hi mum'. "Yes, and that was when you kissed me in full view of everyone in Market Street." "Hopefully, I'll get a piece of you in time for our mutual enjoyment. Her team lost the final, despite Di finishing with an impressive tally of 5 wickets with only 27 runs scored off her bowling. Hugh became more that interested, and leaning forward slightly said, "Christ, Di I had no idea." "What? No, of course not and in fact none of us at home like pork." "Hugo, I regret to shatter your misconception but many of we senior students are probably not virgins." Hugo explained he'd attempted to enter a drama training school but panicked at the gathering for initial interviews when he seemed to be surrounded by gays and weirdos in the waiting room and fled before he'd been called to be interviewed. "The boom-boom is my heart rate," she laughed, totally relaxed. "Who said I didn't?" Her mother answered, loud enough for Hugo to overhear. Three days after that incident at boarding school, Di was emerging from a dentists' rooms in the nearby market town and bumped into the former assistant coach. Emily Stewart said, "Well at least he didn't become nasty. "Ooh, and please don't overlook inviting me to stay for a dirty weekend." "Agreed and I'm sorry we've lost him." Ida said. Di realized her mistake and said, "Oh apologies, you're Hugo." It was likely a few of the players in the tournament, perhaps only a couple, would eventually play cricket representing England, or if they were international students, they might end up playing international cricket for the country of birth. He smiled and said, "Oh, hello again." At that point Hugo was called to the stage to receive the prize for the winning side's coach. I had


been hopeful that I would be romantically involved with you later this evening. Either I'm plain unlucky or I have been unconsciously saving myself for you. He stood and waved just as she looked up and spotted him and he yelled, "Hello again." "Omigod." She frowned and decided to stop wasting her time dwelling on marriage when that prospect was perhaps years off. No way do I want you to have dinner with my family because I know it will end only one way, with blood on the floor - either hers or yours." "That was heavenly," she said, straightening. Di realized her mistake and said, "Oh apologies, you're Hugo." At that point Hugo was called to the stage to receive the prize for the winning side's coach. My guess is you'll be the type of teacher that your students will long remember and you'll cruise along with a happy smile on your face knowing you to are succeeding in a worthwhile profession." "That's good thinking. I had better stop drinking wine as it's Saturday night and the police are bound to have a trap or two in place to catch drivers impaired somewhat by excessive alcohol intake." "Oh really?" he said sarcastically. "Omigod, fancy being asked that and by male." "... She was watching the presentation of the trophy for the best batting performance to the student in the winning team who's scored 83 runs off 21 balls in the final overs when a guy arrived at her side and said, "You well-deserved that cheap trophy Di." "Most Spanish reds are drinkable," Di said encouragingly. "I know and for a time I've almost in despair when your image reappeared in my mind after long breaks and..." "Um, I began to become alarmed and had to divert away from my mother's invitation." She nodded and croaked, "Tea please." Emily ignored that and said, "I can't believe he contradicted me when I said Di took after me and possessed what it takes to become a swimming champion. "I went home in the Midlands for cheap living and spent two years as a day student at university studying for a BSc (Hons) in Business Management, and then spent most of the third year establishing myself in business working for branch of a national firm big into freight forwarding and freight deliveries. No way do I want you to have dinner with my family because I know it will end only one way, with blood on the floor - either hers or yours." "Di, you have the formal education and all of the required personal attributes to do well. you'd become attracted to my brain and coaching skills?" "Most Spanish reds are drinkable," Di said encouragingly. I intend to enrol for drama coaching and


hope to become more adept at interpersonal relationships." "Ooh, and please don't overlook inviting me to stay for a dirty weekend." She sighed and guessed why Hugo image had popped up in her mind. One step at the time was the way to go. Di flushed and Hugo said triumphantly, "Ah, your mother!" She frowned and decided to stop wasting her time dwelling on marriage when that prospect was perhaps years off. "Christ Di, you are in school uniform and know your headmistress' rules about behaving properly in public." It must be love, the nubile beauty and final-year education degree student exhaled, dealing with the curiosity of her discovery and opened her raised hands, palms uppermost, in a gesture of frustration. Also, I'd become fed up with dealing with giggling virgins and the dictatorial rule that hovered so depressingly over your centre of learning that inhibits individualism, flair and freedom." That surprised her because while she periodically thought of him, Hugo had disappeared from her life with little more than just the one kiss passing between them whereas some males she'd been associated with before and after Hugo had exchanged full-on um whatever. "Um it's difficult to say." "He's understandably shaken and is on his way to the Acute Care Unit at Cheltenham General Hospital. I'm dining with a chap you may remember, from five years ago, Hugo Salter." Di giggled and said he was right. There was a heated exchange. "Get fucked. I'm aware the children I'll face will believe I know next to nothing because I'm a novice at teaching apart from practical classroom work to gain my professional teaching certification." Two women watched the assistant coach walk off after saying 'As you wish'. He had the audacity to rudely say that what I thought she would succeed at in sport had no relationship to reality and he'd recommend she try cricket as she moved well and had a strong eye." They looked at each other and began holding hands as if sex between them was meant to happen. Either I'm plain unlucky or I have been unconsciously saving myself for you. Di cut the call and was putting her phone away when Hugo said softly, "Perhaps you should go now?" Hugo stubbornly stood his ground and was told by Headmistress Mason he had the option of resigning from his employment forthwith or wait to face the formal process of dismissal. "Don't dawdle," he yelled.


"And you?" "Oh, that's lovely Hugo, you've made excellent use of your time and brain since that last time when we met." Resting on the sofa with thoughts tumbling through her mind, Di Stewart realized that she might be close to being in love with Hugo Salter. A little upset at the result of the confrontation, Ida said dryly, "Nevertheless Hugo was swimming champion in 100 and 200 backstroke and freestyle events in his final year at his boarding school and exceeded the 32-year record for most runs scored at senior level in a season by an amazing 85 runs." "No, it's okay. My guess is you'll be the type of teacher that your students will long remember and you'll cruise along with a happy smile on your face knowing you to are succeeding in a worthwhile profession." "Stay here, I'll return," he said, and Di replied her feet were anchored to the floor. It didn't end well. "Christ Di, you are in school uniform and know your headmistress' rules about behaving properly in public." "Not really, I believe I did the right thing. I apparently lack skills in dealing with people. She laughed awkwardly and confessed, "For the first time in my young life when I kissed you I experienced passionate thoughts about the body of a male." "Hopefully, I'll get a piece of you in time for our mutual enjoyment. Err, I'm sorry my complaint ended up with you being sacked." Hugh became more that interested, and leaning forward slightly said, "Christ, Di I had no idea." Di had just completed studies for a Master's in Education had signed up for a flat with other female students in Wembley who also had enrolled to gain their Postgraduate Certificate in Education. I-I..." "Don't dawdle," he yelled. Her mother was on the board of trustees, a likely successor to the current chairman of the board. One step at the time was the way to go. A little upset at the result of the confrontation, Ida said dryly, "Nevertheless Hugo was swimming champion in 100 and 200 backstroke and freestyle events in his final year at his boarding school and exceeded the 32-year record for most runs scored at senior level in a season by an amazing 85 runs." "Omigod, you do have sensitivity." He smiled, pouring the tea and said, "It's okay, once a bitch always a bitch and I point out that's not quite the same as bluntly calling your mother a bitch." "What, that creep? You know I had him sacked from his coaching job over his completely


unacceptable dismissal of you over your somewhat awkward way of speaking arising over exposure to your Welsh nannies. Also, I'd become fed up with dealing with giggling virgins and the dictatorial rule that hovered so depressingly over your centre of learning that inhibits individualism, flair and freedom." One Friday night Hugo was on his tiny balcony having a quiet beer waiting for a visitor to arrive. "What?" Hugo waited at the head of the stairs, fists clenched tensely Di, panting and almost breathless, appeared before him on the landing and fell into his arms, moaning there was no lift and he muttered, "Christ, this is Clapham, not Canary Wharf." ** "Ooh, I'm invited to inspect your humble abode." "I'm surprised you remember that moment." "Don't panic darling but your paternal grandfather has been rushed to hospital after suffering a possible stroke." "Oh, I've reviewed that moment perhaps fifty times." "Yes, it's near where the courier company I work for is based. Where are you?" His heart leapt when looking down he saw a woman towing a wheeled travel bag - clearly it was Di crossing the street to the entrance to his flat above shops. He smiled, pouring the tea and said, "It's okay, once a bitch always a bitch and I point out that's not quite the same as bluntly calling your mother a bitch." "Ah yes, and your induction year into teaching has come even closer," said Hugo, filling the tea pot with steaming water. Perhaps some other time. I continued playing cricket and acquired a number of friends, male and female." "Yes, it's near where the courier company I work for is based. Also, I'd become fed up with dealing with giggling virgins and the dictatorial rule that hovered so depressingly over your centre of learning that inhibits individualism, flair and freedom." "Omigod, fancy being asked that and by male." Di's phone rang and she reached for it, apologizing. "What the wine?" "Ah, I bet she also noticed that you had longer arms and legs than normal for girls of your height. II..." Four years later, Di Stewart played in a students' inter-university sports tournament and competed in the final of a 20-over cricket round-robin. Walk out on him now, I don't want you near him. He had


the audacity to rudely say that what I thought she would succeed at in sport had no relationship to reality and he'd recommend she try cricket as she moved well and had a strong eye." "I'm sure you'll do well and will become a fine, handsome actor Hugo. "Stay, I'll find my way to you." "Ooh, I'm invited to inspect your humble abode." ** "Bye Di," Hugo said, pretending to wipe his lips and glanced at her speculatively. Di flushed and Hugo said triumphantly, "Ah, your mother!" "I'm still in Bath. I was scared." "I'm still in Bath. He'd been hired as temporary assistant to the over-worked swimming coach. "Take me to a cafĂŠ for dinner and share my wine." He arrived back with his award, a pack of four bottles of donated cider, and attempted to swap that 'bull's piss' with Di for her bottle of Northern Rhone Syrah. "Boom-boom; bring it on Di!' "Watch yourself arsehole," she giggled. "My mother said you recommended I try to join the squad receiving cricket coaching. You should grow into becoming a real beauty as well as a successful fast bowler Di and I recommend you practise short sprints and work on your upper body strength. No, come home immediately - I need you here; you'll know I was upset before you delivered your disturbing news." It was likely a few of the players in the tournament, perhaps only a couple, would eventually play cricket representing England, or if they were international students, they might end up playing international cricket for the country of birth. A week later, Di began packing her bags to travel to the city of Bath where she'd spend six days socialising and playing as a member of her university's senior women's cricket team against five other teams from universities in southern England. The timing is good because I'm not dating anyone at the moment." Emily began sobbing and Di said firmly, "Bye mum, I'll be with you in a few hours." "Not really, I believe I did the right thing. He'd been hired as temporary assistant to the over-worked swimming coach. At the prize-giving at the concluding function of the summer events, she received the shield for the best bowling performance. I changed the conversation abruptly because I realized that if you became angry about my mother that might prevent you attaining and maintaining full erection and spoil our evening." "Wow," he said, gripping a handful of firm flesh


"Take me to a cafĂŠ for dinner and share my wine." "What?" Her host rose to the occasion and said, "A cuppa and then we'll go out for a meal." Di fell silent. Three days after that incident at boarding school, Di was emerging from a dentists' rooms in the nearby market town and bumped into the former assistant coach. Di cut the call and was putting her phone away when Hugo said softly, "Perhaps you should go now?" Di had just completed studies for a Master's in Education had signed up for a flat with other female students in Wembley who also had enrolled to gain their Postgraduate Certificate in Education. "It's business details on one side and personal details on the other." "Oh, you live in Clapham." Hugo stubbornly stood his ground and was told by Headmistress Mason he had the option of resigning from his employment forthwith or wait to face the formal process of dismissal. "Ah, I bet she also noticed that you had longer arms and legs than normal for girls of your height. "Should we wander off now?" Di realized her mistake and said, "Oh apologies, you're Hugo." "No, I'll finish dinner and then will come to you mother. Perhaps some other time. "How are you coping?" "No, it's okay. The timing is good because I'm not dating anyone at the moment." Hugo waited at the head of the stairs, fists clenched tensely Di, panting and almost breathless, appeared before him on the landing and fell into his arms, moaning there was no lift and he muttered, "Christ, this is Clapham, not Canary Wharf." "Oh, that's lovely Hugo, you've made excellent use of your time and brain since that last time when we met." It must http://www.trannycam.me be love, the nubile beauty and final-year education degree student exhaled, dealing with the curiosity of her discovery and opened her raised hands, palms uppermost, in a gesture of frustration. No way do I want you to have dinner with my family because I know it will end only one way, with blood on the floor - either hers or yours." He smiled, pouring the tea and said, "It's okay, once a bitch always a bitch and I point out that's not quite the same as bluntly calling your mother a bitch." Di thought wistfully she'd probably marry a school teacher and settle into a mundane life with planning for three kids and a sound financial future. I had been hopeful that I would be romantically involved with you later this evening. And please butt out of my love life. She arrived next day to sort


out the 'misunderstanding'. Where are you?" A week later, Di began packing her bags to travel to the city of Bath where she'd spend six days socialising and playing as a member of her university's senior women's cricket team against five other teams from universities in southern England. "I would have thought my question, 'And you?' was innocuous enough?" "It's been bit stressful thinking about it as I aim to do everything correct and avoid doing or saying anything stupid. You devil, you know how to get what you want." That night, Di thought in greater clarity about the time Hugo had arrived at the boarding school five years earlier where she was in the lower sixth-form. "Agreed and I'm sorry we've lost him." Ida said. Emily Stewart said, "Well at least he didn't become nasty. Di giggled and said he was right. "It's been bit stressful thinking about it as I aim to do everything correct and avoid doing or saying anything stupid. She sighed and guessed why Hugo image had popped up in her mind. "Although he's been here less than a month, already he was achieving some excellent time trial results and has pleased the director of sports coaching observing his coaching methods." "Then I became an on-line student with my former university and completed my degree eighteen months later in an accelerated programme that ruined any chance of a night and weekend social life. May I have your card to contact you?" "Bye handsome," she replied confidently. "Watch yourself arsehole," she giggled. Her mother was on the board of trustees, a likely successor to the current chairman of the board. Walk out on him now, I don't want you near him. You should grow into becoming a real beauty as well as a successful fast bowler Di and I recommend you practise short sprints and work on your upper body strength. "Should we wander off now?". I'm aware the children I'll face will believe I know next to nothing because I'm a novice at teaching apart from practical classroom work to gain my professional teaching certification." "Boom-boom; bring it on Di!' "Bye Di," Hugo said, pretending to wipe his lips and glanced at her speculatively. She smiled and said that was for him to discover. "You are so beautiful," he responded. "Ah, I bet she also noticed that you had longer arms and legs than normal for girls of your height. Walk out on him now, I don't want you near him. Also, she'd never before felt emotionally close to a


male around her age and that included the males she'd have indifferent sex with, or for that matter, lively and joyful sex. "It's my fault really, from the age of 2 to 13 she had a succession of three live-in Welsh nannies."

Di fell silent. "That's good thinking. Moreover, she rather dislikes her father-in-law for reasons I can only speculate although he's never tried to fondle me. "Oh, how disappointing for you," Di said, holding back laughing. "I know and for a time I've almost in despair when your image reappeared in my mind after long breaks and..." "Jesus." Di had just completed studies for a Master's in Education had signed up for a flat with other female students in Wembley who also had enrolled to gain their Postgraduate Certificate in Education. Four months ago, I won a job with a London courier company, resumed playing cricket and rebuilt a social life and was promoted to assistant operations manager with my company six weeks ago." "No, it's okay. Laughing, Di said, "Then are you still drifting along lost?" "More or less," he replied unruffled. "Why, do you have knowledge that your mother intends to feed me poisoned pig meat?" "Stay here, I'll return," he said, and Di replied her feet were anchored to the floor. "Ah yes, and your induction year into teaching has come even closer," said Hugo, filling the tea pot with steaming water. The cricket tournament ended earlier this evening and we finished runners up overall. The training coach Miss Malcolm said after putting me through a basic trial that she believed I had natural ability as a bowler and added me to the senior reserves squad." "He's understandably shaken and is on his way to the Acute Care Unit at Cheltenham General Hospital. She spoke to the headmistress, Ida Mason, and the pair descended on the delinquent assistant to the swimming coach during his lunch break. "Yes, and that was when you kissed me in full view of everyone in Market Street." "That was heavenly," she said, straightening. "More or less," he replied unruffled. "Omigod, how can you know the right words with the right emphasis to relax me with my corrosive concerns?"


"Omigod, that was the nicest compliment possible. You devil, you know how to get what you want." Her mother was on the board of trustees, a likely successor to the current chairman of the board. Christ, it was him; was this destiny, she thought romantically. "Oh, I've reviewed that moment perhaps fifty times." During their hug before Di left Hugo's small SUV, his hand dropped on to her thigh and she quickly repositioned it over her left breast. "Omigod, that was the nicest compliment possible. I will go to her, but not in a rush. Err, I'm sorry my complaint ended up with you being sacked." "Bye handsome," she replied confidently. "I'm surprised you remember that moment." "My mother said you recommended I try to join the squad receiving cricket coaching. She grimaced, thinking how boring while acknowledging that was how educationists were generally perceived. You devil, you know how to get what you want." "Then I became an on-line student with my former university and completed my degree eighteen months later in an accelerated programme that ruined any chance of a night and weekend social life. The cricket tournament ended earlier this evening and we finished runners up overall. But I'll allow you to taste it." "Omigod, how can you know the right words with the right emphasis to relax me with my corrosive concerns?" Hugo waited at the head of the stairs, fists clenched tensely Di, panting and almost breathless, appeared before him on the landing and fell into his arms, moaning there was no lift and he muttered, "Christ, this is Clapham, not Canary Wharf." "I would have thought my question, 'And you?' was innocuous enough?" She turned and smiled and for a moment didn't recognise the guy in a hat and sunglasses but then cried, "Oh, hello again Harry Salter." "That's good thinking. I had better stop drinking wine as it's Saturday night and the police are bound to have a trap or two in place to catch drivers impaired somewhat by excessive alcohol intake." "Don't dawdle," he yelled. "Boon-boom," she called, cupping a spread-open hand around her mouth to help transmit her call against the competing sounds of busy inner-city life. "You are so beautiful," he responded. "Oh goodness, hi Hugo. "Although he's been here less than a month, already he was achieving some excellent time trial results and has pleased the director of sports coaching observing his coaching methods."


"Hugo, please don't get angry because I'm having such a lovely time with you. And please butt out of my love life. "Hugo, you have no idea about how I felt when thinking I'd never see you again. Well, good luck for your final two years at boarding school and then at university. He spluttered, "Oh how cute; until now I really had no idea how you prioritise your thoughts." Three days after that incident at boarding school, Di was emerging from a dentists' rooms in the nearby market town and bumped into the former assistant coach. I had better stop drinking wine as it's Saturday night and the police are bound to have a trap or two in place to catch drivers impaired somewhat by excessive alcohol intake." Her mother answered, loud enough for Hugo to overhear. At the prize-giving at the concluding function of the summer events, she received the shield for the best bowling performance. "I went home in the Midlands for cheap living and spent two years as a day student at university studying for a BSc (Hons) in Business Management, and then spent most of the third year establishing myself in business working for branch of a national firm big into freight forwarding and freight deliveries. Err, I'm sorry my complaint ended up with you being sacked." She was in her final weeks of classes before graduation from university and had been thinking of her new career, once she completed additional educational and professional qualifications, and perhaps then a prospective future husband might just appear with great timing um 'out of the blue'. "Oh, how disappointing for you," Di said, holding back laughing. "No," he said indignantly. You should grow into becoming a real beauty as well as a successful fast bowler Di and I recommend you practise short sprints and work on your upper body strength. I'm dining with a chap you may remember, from five years ago, Hugo Salter." Christ, it was him; was this destiny, she thought romantically. She turned and smiled and for a moment didn't recognise the guy in a hat and sunglasses but then cried, "Oh, hello again Harry Salter." "I'm sure you'll do well and will become a fine, handsome actor Hugo. He protested for making the accusation but it was obvious they were simply sparring. "Sure," Hugo said, handing over the card enthusiastically. Well, good luck for your final two years at boarding school and then at university. The training coach Miss Malcolm said after putting me through a basic trial that she believed I had natural ability as a bowler and added me to the senior reserves squad." "Get fucked. You and dad are nowhere near the level of a classic example of a perfect married couple and so why should I listen to you about who I associate with?" They laughed. Emily ignored that and said, "I can't believe he contradicted me when I said Di took after me and possessed what it takes to become a swimming champion.


Christ, it was him; was this destiny, she thought romantically. She nodded and croaked, "Tea please." ** She sighed and guessed why Hugo image had popped up in her mind. While at university she'd been recruited to teach English at a secondary school in West London in the new school year. "The boom-boom is my heart rate," she laughed, totally relaxed. "Fuck the rule, I want to kiss you," Di said recklessly and kissed him on the lips. He smiled and said, "Oh, hello again." There was no hesitation from her mother. Hugo explained he'd attempted to enter a drama training school but panicked at the gathering for initial interviews when he seemed to be surrounded by gays and weirdos in the waiting room and fled before he'd been called to be interviewed. "Most Spanish reds are drinkable," Di said encouragingly. He had the audacity to rudely say that what I thought she would succeed at in sport had no relationship to reality and he'd recommend she try cricket as she moved well and had a strong eye." "I would have thought my question, 'And you?' was innocuous enough?" Di cut the call and was putting her phone away when Hugo said softly, "Perhaps you should go now?" It didn't end well. I changed the conversation abruptly because I realized that if you became angry about my mother that might prevent you attaining and maintaining full erection and spoil our evening." "No," he said indignantly. If you visit, from where you live is an easy journey with just the one change at Charing Cross." There was no hesitation from her mother. "Oh, yes please; you know how to greet a person who's had an intense working day and travel through London during the rush hour." "Omigod." "Hugo, I regret to shatter your misconception but many of we senior students are probably not virgins." "Sure," Hugo said, handing over the card enthusiastically. Emily ignored that and said, "I can't believe he contradicted me when I said Di took after me and possessed what it takes to become a swimming champion. The training coach Miss Malcolm said


after putting me through a basic trial that she believed I had natural ability as a bowler and added me to the senior reserves squad." "Boon-boom," she called, cupping a spread-open hand around her mouth to help transmit her call against the competing sounds of busy inner-city life. May I kiss you goodbye?" "Emily, I'm aware Di has a strange accent but it couldn't be described as a 'plum'. "Wow," he said, gripping a handful of firm flesh "Indeed, I am, and probably you're no longer a virgin because you've learned to speak properly, in fact impressively." "You are so beautiful," he responded. "Bye Di," Hugo said, pretending to wipe his lips and glanced at her speculatively. Laughing, Di said, "Then are you still drifting along lost?" They looked at each other and began holding hands as if sex between them was meant to happen. May I have your card to contact you?" "Omigod, how's dad taking this?" "Yes, it's near where the courier company I work for is based. "Stay, I'll find my way to you." Hugo had embarrassed her immensely in front of her friends in his second week at the school when declaring he wasn't interested in coaching Di because he couldn't understand a word she was saying because of her 'affected speech'. "That was heavenly," she said, straightening. It must be love, the nubile beauty and final-year education degree student exhaled, dealing with the curiosity of her discovery and opened her raised hands, palms uppermost, in a gesture of frustration. He spluttered, "Oh how cute; until now I really had no idea how you prioritise your thoughts." "Di, you have the formal education and all of the required personal attributes to do well. If it wasn't you it would have been someone else. She spoke to the headmistress, Ida Mason, and the pair descended on the delinquent assistant to the swimming coach during his lunch break. She laughed awkwardly and confessed, "For the first time in my young life when I kissed you I experienced passionate thoughts about the body of a male." "How can it possibly be difficult to discuss keeping on track conversationally?" "Why, do you have knowledge that your mother intends to feed me poisoned pig meat?" Di thought wistfully she'd probably marry a school teacher and settle into a mundane life with planning for three kids and a sound financial future. I continued playing cricket and acquired a number of friends, male and female."


"I'm sure you'll do well and will become a fine, handsome actor Hugo. I apparently lack skills in dealing with people. She giggled and told him not to be so crude. "Stay, I'll find my way to you." She smiled and said that was for him to discover. Hugo explained he'd attempted to enter a drama training school but panicked at the gathering for initial interviews when he seemed to be surrounded by gays and weirdos in the waiting room and fled before he'd been called to be interviewed. "What is that?" he asked innocently, sending her into giggle tinged with uncertainty. Emily frowned and smiled, "Oh, well perhaps I should suggest to Di that she tries to get into a cricket coaching squad and work for selection." Di, early in the role of a ripening peach not yet ready emotionally to be plucked, watched him stride off and looked as if wild thoughts were racing through her mind romantically. Two hours later when they were walking arm-in-arm back to the flat after dinner, Di said softly, "My mother said before I left home this morning that since I was sleeping with you - um that was her assumption that I chose not to correct because I know my mother and it would be a waste of time she said and, I quote, 'I suppose I should invite him to dinner, please invite him'." "Um it's difficult to say." Di thought wistfully she'd probably marry a school teacher and settle into a mundane life with planning for three kids and a sound financial future. I changed the conversation abruptly because I realized that if you became angry about my mother that might prevent you attaining and maintaining full erection and spoil our evening." "Okay but please don't be angry with me. And please butt out of my love life. The timing is good because I'm not dating anyone at the moment." That surprised her because while she periodically thought of him, Hugo had disappeared from her life with little more than just the one kiss passing between them whereas some males she'd been associated with before and after Hugo had exchanged full-on um whatever. ** She pushed out her face and was kissed. Chapter 1 "Ah yes, and your induction year into teaching has come even closer," said Hugo, filling the tea pot with steaming water. I was given the opportunity of resigning and that means there's no big blot on my work record. I'm aware the children I'll face will believe I know next to nothing because I'm a novice at teaching apart from practical classroom work to gain my professional teaching certification." "No, I'll finish dinner and then will come to you mother. Her team lost the final, despite Di finishing


with an impressive tally of 5 wickets with only 27 runs scored off her bowling. "Um it's difficult to say." "Are you still a virgin?" "What the wine?" Di's phone rang and she reached for it, apologizing. There was a heated exchange. Hugo turned to grasp a pole displaying a parking sign and held on, convulsed in laughter. Her team lost the final, despite Di finishing with an impressive tally of 5 wickets with only 27 runs scored off her bowling. "Oh, you live in Clapham." She was mortified and called her mother for a figuratively shoulder to cry on. She pushed out her face and was kissed. She giggled and told him not to be so crude. Right now, you should be thinking family because it's the only family you are likely to have until you establish your own." "Stay here, I'll return," he said, and Di replied her feet were anchored to the floor. "The boom-boom is my heart rate," she laughed, totally relaxed. Hugo said, with almost indecent haste, that he was up to that challenge. "Well I have no regular boyfriend and actually I rarely do. But I'll allow you to taste it." "No, I've learned not to give into my mother's wheedling ways. Right now, you should be thinking family because it's the only family you are likely to have until you establish your own." "Well I have no regular boyfriend and actually I rarely do. "It's business details on one side and personal details on the other." "Who said I didn't?" "Since you called last week to renew contact, I have read some articles in the Internet about becoming a high school teacher in the UK today to find out what you would be going through." His heart leapt when looking down he saw a woman towing a wheeled travel bag - clearly it was Di crossing the street to the entrance to his flat above shops. "Thanks for being understanding and sympathetic and I have to say I had no thought of letting you have sex with me tonight." "I know and for a time I've almost in despair when your image reappeared in my mind after long


breaks and..." At the cafĂŠ, they explained where they were at. Two hours later when they were walking arm-in-arm back to the flat after dinner, Di said softly, "My mother said before I left home this morning that since I was sleeping with you - um that was her assumption that I chose not to correct because I know my mother and it would be a waste of time she said and, I quote, 'I suppose I should invite him to dinner, please invite him'." That night, Di thought in greater clarity about the time Hugo had arrived at the boarding school five years earlier where she was in the lower sixth-form. "I went home in the Midlands for cheap living and spent two years as a day student at university studying for a BSc (Hons) in Business Management, and then spent most of the third year establishing myself in business working for branch of a national firm big into freight forwarding and freight deliveries. I had no idea what to expect in Clapham today, being familiar with its reputation from earlier days in my reading of historical literature." Hugo said, with almost indecent haste, that he was up to that challenge. "Not really, I believe I did the right thing. I continued playing cricket and acquired a number of friends, male and female." "Get fucked. "Omigod, you do have sensitivity." "What? No, of course not and in fact none of us at home like pork." "Hugo, please don't get angry because I'm having such a lovely time with you. He spluttered, "Oh how cute; until now I really had no idea how you prioritise your thoughts." "Oh, you live in Clapham." "What is that?" he asked innocently, sending her into giggle tinged with uncertainty. He arrived back with his award, a pack of four bottles of donated cider, and attempted to swap that 'bull's piss' with Di for her bottle of Northern Rhone Syrah. A little upset at the result of the confrontation, Ida said dryly, "Nevertheless Hugo was swimming champion in 100 and 200 backstroke and freestyle events in his final year at his boarding school and exceeded the 32-year record for most runs scored at senior level in a season by an amazing 85 runs." "Oh, yes please; you know how to greet a person who's had an intense working day and travel through London during the rush hour." "And you?" Emily began sobbing and Di said firmly, "Bye mum, I'll be with you in a few hours." "Yeah and it's reasonably roomy with just one bed, king-size."


"Take me to a cafĂŠ for dinner and share my wine." During their hug before Di left Hugo's small SUV, his hand dropped on to her thigh and she quickly repositioned it over her left breast. She was mortified and called her mother for a figuratively shoulder to cry on. They looked at each other and began holding hands as if sex between them was meant to happen. She fluttered her eyelids and her face became a deep shade of pink. At the prize-giving at the concluding function of the summer events, she received the shield for the best bowling performance. Where are you?" Her host rose to the occasion and said, "A cuppa and then we'll go out for a meal." A few minutes later they left, Hugo driving Di to where the teams were accommodated during the tournament. One Friday night Hugo was on his tiny balcony having a quiet beer waiting for a visitor to arrive. II..." "No," he said indignantly. "Should we wander off now?" Emily frowned and smiled, "Oh, well perhaps I should suggest to Di that she tries to get into a cricket coaching squad and work for selection." "Hopefully, I'll get a piece of you in time for our mutual enjoyment. I was given the opportunity of resigning and that means there's no big blot on my work record. There was no hesitation from her mother. Hugo turned to grasp a pole displaying a parking sign and held on, convulsed in laughter. She grimaced, thinking how boring while acknowledging that was how educationists were generally perceived. I was scared." "Indeed, I am, and probably you're no longer a virgin because you've learned to speak properly, in fact impressively." It was likely a few of the players in the tournament, perhaps only a couple, would eventually play cricket representing England, or if they were international students, they might end up playing international cricket for the country of birth. "He's understandably shaken and is on his way to the Acute Care Unit at Cheltenham General Hospital. I had no idea what to expect in Clapham today, being familiar with its reputation from earlier days in my reading of historical literature." ** "Yes, and that was when you kissed me in full view of everyone in Market Street."


He smiled and said, "Oh, hello again." She answered after glancing at the screen and said 'Hi mum'. "How can it possibly be difficult to discuss keeping on track conversationally?" During their hug before Di left Hugo's small SUV, his hand dropped on to her thigh and she quickly repositioned it over her left breast. "Who said I didn't?" "Ooh, I'm invited to inspect your humble abode." "Um that was a really trendy restaurant and great food and presentation. No, come home immediately - I need you here; you'll know I was upset before you delivered your disturbing news." "... you'd become attracted to my brain and coaching skills?" That night, Di thought in greater clarity about the time Hugo had arrived at http://www.trannycam.me the boarding school five years earlier where she was in the lower sixthform. The sight of his tan and dark curly hair made her fingers curl. Hugo stubbornly stood his ground and was told by Headmistress Mason he had the option of resigning from his employment forthwith or wait to face the formal process of dismissal. "Why, do you have knowledge that your mother intends to feed me poisoned pig meat?" "Don't panic darling but your paternal grandfather has been rushed to hospital after suffering a possible stroke." Resting on the sofa with thoughts tumbling through her mind, Di Stewart realized that she might be close to being in love with Hugo Salter. "Hugo, I regret to shatter your misconception but many of we senior students are probably not virgins." "Oh really?" he said sarcastically. "Oh really?" That surprised her because while she periodically thought of him, Hugo had disappeared from her life with little more than just the one kiss passing between them whereas some males she'd been associated with before and after Hugo had exchanged full-on um whatever. Hugo had embarrassed her immensely in front of her friends in his second week at the school when declaring he wasn't interested in coaching Di because he couldn't understand a word she was saying because of her 'affected speech'. "Indeed, I am, and probably you're no longer a virgin because you've learned to speak properly, in fact impressively."


"Since you called last week to renew contact, I have read some articles in the Internet about becoming a high school teacher in the UK today to find out what you would be going through." "Fuck the rule, I want to kiss you," Di said recklessly and kissed him on the lips. "What, that creep? You know I had him sacked from his coaching job over his completely unacceptable dismissal of you over your somewhat awkward way of speaking arising over exposure to your Welsh nannies. May I kiss you goodbye?" "Are you still a virgin?" "Don't panic darling but your paternal grandfather has been rushed to hospital after suffering a possible stroke." "No, I've learned not to give into my mother's wheedling ways. They laughed. She pushed out her face and was kissed. Emily began sobbing and Di said firmly, "Bye mum, I'll be with you in a few hours." Her mother answered, loud enough for Hugo to overhear. "Omigod, how can you know the right words with the right emphasis to relax me with my corrosive concerns?" Chapter 1 Four years later, Di Stewart played in a students' inter-university sports tournament and competed in the final of a 20-over cricket round-robin. He'd been hired as temporary assistant to the overworked swimming coach. "No, I've learned not to give into my mother's wheedling ways. Perhaps some other time. She grimaced, thinking how boring while acknowledging that was how educationists were generally perceived. Also, she'd never before felt emotionally close to a male around her age and that included the males she'd have indifferent sex with, or for that matter, lively and joyful sex. She turned and smiled and for a moment didn't recognise the guy in a hat and sunglasses but then cried, "Oh, hello again Harry Salter." "And you?" "Then why the diversion?" "What is that?" he asked innocently, sending her into giggle tinged with uncertainty. ** "Since you called last week to renew contact, I have read some articles in the Internet about becoming a high school teacher in the UK today to find out what you would be going through."


"Fuck the rule, I want to kiss you," Di said recklessly and kissed him on the lips. "How can it possibly be difficult to discuss keeping on track conversationally?" A week later, Di began packing her bags to travel to the city of Bath where she'd spend six days socialising and playing as a member of her university's senior women's cricket team against five other teams from universities in southern England. I had no idea what to expect in Clapham today, being familiar with its reputation from earlier days in my reading of historical literature." It didn't end well. The sight of his tan and dark curly hair made her fingers curl. "Um that was a really trendy restaurant and great food and presentation. No, come home immediately - I need you here; you'll know I was upset before you delivered your disturbing news." He protested for making the accusation but it was obvious they were simply sparring. He arrived back with his award, a pack of four bottles of donated cider, and attempted to swap that 'bull's piss' with Di for her bottle of Northern Rhone Syrah. Hugo had embarrassed her immensely in front of her friends in his second week at the school when declaring he wasn't interested in coaching Di because he couldn't understand a word she was saying because of her 'affected speech'. "Oh really?" At that point Hugo was called to the stage to receive the prize for the winning side's coach. If you visit, from where you live is an easy journey with just the one change at Charing Cross." "Okay but please don't be angry with me. "It's business details on one side and personal details on the other." "I'm still in Bath. If it wasn't you it would have been someone else. My third-floor flat is within easy walking distance of Clapham Common tube station. I had been hopeful that I would be romantically involved with you later this evening. You and dad are nowhere near the level of a classic example of a perfect married couple and so why should I listen to you about who I associate with?" "Boom-boom; bring it on Di!' Laughing, Di said, "Then are you still drifting along lost?" She smiled and said that was for him to discover. "Omigod, fancy being asked that and by male." "No, I'll finish dinner and then will come to you mother. I was given the opportunity of resigning and that means there's no big blot on my work record. The cricket tournament ended earlier this evening and we finished runners up overall. Emily Stewart said, "Well at least he didn't become nasty. "Bye handsome," she replied confidently. "Omigod, you do have sensitivity."


The truth was she has no idea where he was and thought he could be on a discovery tour deep in the depleting Amazon forests or even at home in a bed-sit attempting to tame his out-of-control wife. While at university she'd been recruited to teach English at a secondary school in West London in the new school year. "Jesus." She laughed awkwardly and confessed, "For the first time in my young life when I kissed you I experienced passionate thoughts about the body of a male." "Oh, that's lovely Hugo, you've made excellent use of your time and brain since that last time when we met." "What? No, of course not and in fact none of us at home like pork." "Omigod, how's dad taking this?" "It's my fault really, from the age of 2 to 13 she had a succession of three live-in Welsh nannies." At the cafĂŠ, they explained where they were at. "Thanks for being understanding and sympathetic and I have to say I had no thought of letting you have sex with me tonight." She answered after glancing at the screen and said 'Hi mum'. Two women watched the assistant coach walk off after saying 'As you wish'. You and dad are nowhere near the level of a classic example of a perfect married couple and so why should I listen to you about who I associate with?" Hugo said, with almost indecent haste, that he was up to that challenge. The truth was she has no idea where he was and thought he could be on a discovery tour deep in the depleting Amazon forests or even at home in a bed-sit attempting to tame his out-of-control wife. Four months ago, I won a job with a London courier company, resumed playing cricket and rebuilt a social life and was promoted to assistant operations manager with my company six weeks ago." She was in her final weeks of classes before graduation from university and had been thinking of her new career, once she completed additional educational and professional qualifications, and perhaps then a prospective future husband might just appear with great timing um 'out of the blue'. "Yeah and it's reasonably roomy with just one bed, king-size." "... She was watching the presentation of the trophy for the best batting performance to the student in the winning team who's scored 83 runs off 21 balls in the final overs when a guy arrived at her side and said, "You well-deserved that cheap trophy Di." "Di, you have the formal education and all of the required personal attributes to do well. If you visit, from where you live is an easy journey with just the one change at Charing Cross." "Well I have no regular boyfriend and actually I rarely do. While at university she'd been recruited to


teach English at a secondary school in West London in the new school year. "Emily, I'm aware Di has a strange accent but it couldn't be described as a 'plum'. "Oh really?" Hugo turned to grasp a pole displaying a parking sign and held on, convulsed in laughter. I will go to her, but not in a rush. you'd become attracted to my brain and coaching skills?" "Omigod." "Ooh, and please don't overlook inviting me to stay for a dirty weekend." She was mortified and called her mother for a figuratively shoulder to cry on. Report Story byEgmontGrigor2018© 0 comments/ 3158 views/ 3 favorites Report Story Report Story She was in her final weeks of classes before graduation from university and had been thinking of her new career, once she completed additional educational and professional qualifications, and perhaps then a prospective future husband might just appear with great timing um 'out of the blue'. "Jesus." "How the hell are we talking about café grub and historic stuff when we were talking about your mother's invitation." Two women watched the assistant coach walk off after saying 'As you wish'. The sight of his tan and dark curly hair made her fingers curl. "How the hell are we talking about café grub and historic stuff when we were talking about your mother's invitation." She giggled and told him not to be so crude. "Although he's been here less than a month, already he was achieving some excellent time trial results and has pleased the director of sports coaching observing his coaching methods." "Sure," Hugo said, handing over the card enthusiastically. "How are you coping?" She frowned and decided to stop wasting her time dwelling on marriage when that prospect was perhaps years off. I'm dining with a chap you may remember, from five years ago, Hugo Salter." "Um that was a really trendy restaurant and great food and presentation. If it wasn't you it would have been someone else. "How are you coping?" "Boon-boom," she called, cupping a spread-open hand around her mouth to help transmit her call


against the competing sounds of busy inner-city life. I intend to enrol for drama coaching and hope to become more adept at interpersonal relationships." "Christ Di, you are in school uniform and know your headmistress' rules about behaving properly in public." "Wow," he said, gripping a handful of firm flesh "Oh, I've reviewed that moment perhaps fifty times." "Then I became an on-line student with my former university and completed my degree eighteen months later in an accelerated programme that ruined any chance of a night and weekend social life. "Thanks for being understanding and sympathetic and I have to say I had no thought of letting you have sex with me tonight." "Are you still a virgin?" "It's my fault really, from the age of 2 to 13 she had a succession of three live-in Welsh nannies." Her host rose to the occasion and said, "A cuppa and then we'll go out for a meal." He stood and waved just as she looked up and spotted him and he yelled, "Hello again." "What?" Hugo looked decidedly interested and told her to give her a minute and dashed off with his cider to try to swap and returned smiling with a bottle of Spanish red that neither of them were familiar with. His heart leapt when looking down he saw a woman towing a wheeled travel bag - clearly it was Di crossing the street to the entrance to his flat above shops. One Friday night Hugo was on his tiny balcony having a quiet beer waiting for a visitor to arrive. She arrived next day to sort out the 'misunderstanding'. May I kiss you goodbye?" "Then why the diversion?" Four years later, Di Stewart played in a students' inter-university sports tournament and competed in the final of a 20-over cricket round-robin. Right now, you should be thinking family because it's the only family you are likely to have until you establish your own." She nodded and croaked, "Tea please." Di's phone rang and she reached for it, apologizing. Di, early in the role of a ripening peach not yet ready emotionally to be plucked, watched him stride off and looked as if wild thoughts were racing through her mind romantically. "Omigod, how's dad taking this?"


"Omigod, that was the nicest compliment possible. Well, good luck for your final two years at boarding school and then at university. She was watching the presentation of the trophy for the best batting performance to the student in the winning team who's scored 83 runs off 21 balls in the final overs when a guy arrived at her side and said, "You well-deserved that cheap trophy Di." "Agreed and I'm sorry we've lost him." Ida said. She spoke to the headmistress, Ida Mason, and the pair descended on the delinquent assistant to the swimming coach during his lunch break. The truth was she has no idea where he was and thought he could be on a discovery tour deep in the depleting Amazon forests or even at home in a bed-sit attempting to tame his out-of-control wife. She arrived next day to sort out the 'misunderstanding'. Also, she'd never before felt emotionally close to a male around her age and that included the males she'd have indifferent sex with, or for that matter, lively and joyful sex. "Hugo, you have no idea about how I felt when thinking I'd never see you again. But I'll allow you to taste it." "Hugo, you have no idea about how I felt when thinking I'd never see you again

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I was scared."Hugo looked decidedly interested and told her to give her a minute and dashed off with his cider to try to swap and returned s...

Hello Again Romance  

I was scared."Hugo looked decidedly interested and told her to give her a minute and dashed off with his cider to try to swap and returned s...

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