Chapter 3.05, Generation 3

Chapter 3.05

Julie was supposed to meet Blair on the beach but she was running late. When she got there, Blair was already in her bating suit, cooling off in the ocean.

Julie was just staring at her for a while, enjoying the view of her half naked body. She saw her naked many times before. Blair was hers and Cameron’s sex buddy. They shared each others bodies but lately, Julie started to feel that she wants to share more than that with her.

She stripped into her bating suit, walked over to her and kissed her. She kept kissing her more and more intensively and Blair was returning the kisses.

They kissed hundred times before but this felt different. More intimate perhaps.

“Sorry,” Julie said after their mouth parted, “I don’t know what’s gotten into me.”

“It’s ok, you don’t have to apologize.”

The short, dark haired girl smiled at her. She grabbed her hand and they walked deeper into the ocean together.

“So, about the kiss earlier,” Blair started when they were waiting for their food at the bistro by the beach, “I thought you and Cameron are done with that. That you are only allowed to be with other people when you’re together.”

“I know,” Julie said ashamed, “I just, I couldn’t help it when I saw you in the ocean. It won’t happen again, I promise.”

Blair placed her hand on hers and looked her in the eyes, “that’s not what I want, Julie, you should know by now that the reason I do all these things with you and Cam is you. I want you.”

“But I’m married, Blair. I screw up big time with that. I’m not sure I was ever in love with Cam…I mean…I love him, he’s my best friend, but I don’t love him the way I love…you.”

“I know, babe. Maybe you should talk to him.”


Cameron was walking out of Sierra city hall when he bumped into a blonde girl with glasses.

“Watch out, Jesus,” she said angrily, picked up her purse and disappeared in the building.

Cameron just stood there for a while.

Who was that, he wondered. He had to find out.

He got up early the next morning and went back to the city hall. Hopefully he’ll see her again.

He sat there for hour and half when she finally showed up. He was suddenly nervous and couldn’t make himself talk to her.

What’s wrong with me?

She was almost gone when he finally got up, “Excuse me, miss?”

But it was too late…

A/N: As much as I love all characters from the beginning of my story, I recommend you start with generation four here since I didn’t have enough photos and experience with writing when I started this story. I plan on updating these chapters eventually 🙂

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