A sweet face stared back at her in the mirror. She smiled, and the reflection smiled back. With her right hand she turned the faucet on, and with her left she took one of the towels stacked neatly on the golden rails. After hanging the towel on another of the shiny, golden rails by her side, she cupped some of the flowing water and splashed it on her face. The water was both relaxing and soothing, that she felt as if her body lightened up.
Running her fingers through her hair now, a thought suddenly entered her mind. Her fingertips went down to touch her lips, and her heart pounded. She let out a gasp, and her eyes widened with shock.
Someone must have heard her scream, because moments later, a young man entered the bathroom, with a worried look painted on his face. She thought she heard him ask, “What’s wrong?” but all she saw were wobbly black and white images before her and heard weird sounds that made no sense at all. And then everything turned black.
She woke up minutes later, finding herself sitting in the tub. To her right she could hear a man humming. She figured it was the same guy she last saw before fainting. She kept her eyes closed and tried to remember why she even fainted.
Her lips were wet and soft, and something seemed to be moving inside her mouth. It was a bit tickling, and she almost chuckled with delight. A little later, she felt she needed to open her mouth to gulp in more air. It was someone’s lips and tongue that were locked with hers and explored her mouth, and these now found themselves caressing her neck, gently going down. Her chest now was made bare, and she could feel so many sensations she had never felt before.
“What am I thinking,” she asked herself, biting her lip and telling herself, “You’re with a stranger right now, so don’t doze off!” Just then, something, or someone told her to keep her eyes closed, which she obeyed.