Making out on a train
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10 Jan 2019
It’s 1945, the United States is at the end of World War II. Rey rides the train to Philly each day to build ships, supporting the troops however she can. She has a chance encounter with wounded Marine Ben Solo on the train, a moment of hurt and healing that leaves her breathless. When Captain Solo later becomes her supervisor at work, she must summon the courage to speak to the man who has haunted her dreams.
“It’s okay,” she whispers again, not just a reassurance now, but permission.
The press of her lips to his is soft and chaste, a simple caress of her skin on his. A kiss that says, it’s okay, you’re safe, or maybe, I’m so sorry. His lips are full and warm, and he patiently accepts her gesture like a gift.
She draws back and rocks on her heels. His fingers twine with hers, squeezing tightly to not let her go, as his eyelids press shut.
When he looks at her again, his dark pools have ignited, tiny flecks of gold sparking in the darkness. A vibration kicks on under their feet, the train engine idling as the kinetic energy builds. Her heartbeat thrums in her veins and she recognizes the same fire in him that is burning through her.