Her lips were soft.
There was a taste of revenge on her tongue though, and I knew exactly what I meant to her. She slowly pulled away and looked at me with large brown eyes. They were so inviting.
I really wanted to.
“What about Grey?” I asked simply.
“What ABOUT Grey? He’s nothing anymore.” She said unbuttoning my shirt.
“This isn’t right,” I said grabbing her hands.
“Are you serious? What guy says that at this moment?”
“The nice ones, that finish last and see all the mistakes everyone else has made,” I replied buttoning my shirt back up and walking for the door.
“That was stupid. You’re a waste of..” Her words were cut off by the door closing behind me.
I didn’t need to hear them. It didn’t matter if Grey was a friend of mine or not. It was the fact that I knew about the two of them. What kind of scum would go a long with that anyway?
Karma can become a calamity to those who ignore her.
As I walked away from the small townhouse, I took my phone out and sent Grey a text saying his wife just kissed me. We weren’t good friends, only co-workers, but wrong is wrong and I have enough Sins to worry about.
Thank you for reading. I tried to write a flash fiction story with a minimal amount of details and names that would still draw you into the scene. Let me know if you liked or disliked it.