Author Archive: Lydia Sugarman

Introducing Tryst

tryst – trist/ Late Middle English (originally Scots): variant of obsolete trist ‘an appointed place in hunting,’ from French triste or medieval Latin trista literary noun 1. a private, romantic rendezvous between lovers. “a moonlight tryst” verb 1. keep a private, romantic rendezvous. “a trysting place” an appointment to meet at a certain time and place, especially one made somewhat

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Pearl Restraints

Pearls inspire. I used to sleep in my pearls because I loved their velvety texture against my skin and their warmth they got from my body. I’m probably the only person you’ll ever know who was fired from a job over pearls…. I was editing reader-submitted stories for a few different soft-core magazines published in the US and Canada when

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