All Things Italian

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He picked her up outside the office. “I didn’t expect to hear from you today,” he said, opening the car door for her.

She laughed. “Blame it on Annie! She was describing the picnic hamper she packed for an open-air concert, full of Italian delicacies like melon balls wrapped in prosciutto and crusty bread drizzled with olive-oil and basil. I give high ratings to all things Italian. In fact, Annie’s mouth-watering description made me ravenous for Italian – and you know how susceptible I am to suggestion…”

Staring at her short skirt, Tony Lorenzo smiled; he only hoped it was so.

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Word Count: 99
Author’s Note: This piece of flash fiction was written in response to a writing prompt issued byΒ VelvetVerbosityΒ to write 100 words or less using the word ‘ratings‘ in the story.

About Kate Loveton

Aspiring novelist. Avid reader of fiction. Reviewer of books. By day, my undercover identity is that of meek, mild-mannered legal assistant, Kate Loveton, working in the confines of a stuffy corporate law office; by night, however, I'm a super hero: Kate Loveton, Aspiring Novelist and Spinner of Tales. My favorite words are 'Once upon a time... ' Won't you join me on my journey as I attempt to turn a hobby into something more?
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18 Responses to All Things Italian

  1. gpeynon says:

    Saucy… I like it.

  2. So clever, but more than clever, wicked! and i LOVE it
    My best to you
    john

  3. Tina says:

    ohh my my, some naughty thoughts πŸ˜‰

  4. Kate Loveton says:

    πŸ˜€ An Italian sub? Glad you liked the story.

  5. I have a hankering for an Italian now…. πŸ™‚

  6. Margaret Smith says:

    Short, sweet, and highly sensual. Wonderfully put across in so few words. Sometime less is better. Love this flash fiction story.

  7. Ah, food and a little sexy insinuation. What could be better?

  8. Great one. πŸ™‚

  9. Mark Baron says:

    Ooooh wickedly insinuating, that last line is. Love it!

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