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An English teacher is abducted by a colleague she caught ogling high school girls and sold to an international snuff organization. He hates to plan these things at the last minute. Too many things can go wrong.
But she has to be done quickly and he has, after all, considerable experience at this sort of thing, although never before in banquet table problem algebra or with someone he knows.
Just means he has to be more careful and more clever. Besides, danger has always been part of the thrill, hasn't it? So far he's been lucky. The self-righteous bitch was stupid enough to alert him of her intentions.
Actually came into his room after all the students had cleared out, pranced right up to his desk so she could tell him in private that she'd been watching him. Madden," she'd snapped back.
You probably do it right in your own classroom, too. And if you don't put a stop to it, I'm going to say something to the principal.
Do you imagine none of her friends would back her up with recollections of how you've been staring at their boobs and crotches?
Never mind that everything they wear is shrink-wrapped. The point is that they wear that stuff for the benefit of the boys their age, not for a presumably grown-up teacher.
First and foremost, he had better suck up to this trouble maker and go for damage control. Second, he had never before had an opportunity to examine the foxy new English teacher up close.
Miss Lili Primrose, he dutifully observed, was a striking beauty. Fresh out of college, she was probably no more than twenty-two or twenty-three, with hypnotic eyes that matched the dark chocolate of her long, flowing hair.
She had pert lips, a small, sweetly upturned nose that perfectly complemented the delicacy of her oval face, and a figure that promised to be spectacular, even though it was cloistered, at the moment, in an austere, terribly professional suit.
He had torn his eyes away from her, adopted a stricken look and let his gaze drop to his desk in a convincing display of shame. I mean, I don't really mean to stare at the girls, 'ogle' them, as you put it.
But the way they dress these days, it's hard to look away sometimes. But you're absolutely right. It's a matter of propriety. I'll have to be more conscious of. Her indignation vindicated, she had slipped into her teacher mode. It's not appropriate that we appear to be appraising them sexually, even if their hormones are at full throttle.
It would break an important trust. But he had kept his mask of shame in place. Are other teachers complaining about me," he'd asked meekly.Advanced Dungeons & Dragons® Player's Handbook.
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