18+ lesbian Drabble Multifandom x Afab reader ,Dom/sub dynamics, squirting, overstimulation, edging
Smacks your ass
She can’t help it when you walk around those tight shorts bending down to pick something up she purposefully dropped. Or even when your wearing a pair of plain jeans they just fit your figure so perfectly so she just smacks your ass. You always yelp a bit surprised. She loves getting the reaction out of you. So when your busy lost in thought riding her strap in reverse cowgirl a simple slap brings it all together. And another until your ass starts to sting she’ll rub you later. But for now she keeps slapping watching your asschecks bounce even more while she increases her pace her hips grounding on your sore ass.
Nami, Mitsuri, Sasha, Piek, Ino, Vanessa
Smacks your pussy
“Come on you can hold out a little longer.” Do it for me will yah,” she begged. But you came anyway squirting on her half sunken fingers. “Seems this pussy can’t behave itself huh.” She slaps your pussy hitting your swollen clit stoping your orgasm mid way. Tears fall from your eyes in defeat your mascara begging to run. “You look so pretty when you cry let’s try that again.” She continues to edge your pussy slapping it anytime you begin to feel relief. If only she found out about this sooner. At least she knew your new routine.
Hange, F.F, Shizuku, Joyelne, Robin, Mey Rin, Anko, Histora, Hina, Yuzuha
Slaps your face
She hit you and it felt like a kiss. “Open your mouth whore.” She demands her palm running across your cheek. You follow her commands opening your mouth to willingly accept her spit. “Damn how desperate could you possibly be?” Hmm that’s what I love about you such a filthy slut huh?” You nodded agreeing. “Answer me.” She slapped you again. “Yes Ma’am I’m everything that you say anything you want,” you smiled. “That’s my girl now suck on this.” She shoved her strap in your mouth.
Yelana, Quanxi, Makima, Shinbou, Temari, Miruko, Mikasa , Mereoleona , Annie, Ymir, Shoko
Bad Business: A Heartland Murder Mystery
Author's Note: This story has quite honestly been years in the making. It's been on my back burner, cooking away for so long, the world as we know it now is not the same world that my characters are inhabiting in this tale, as you will see from the timeline. This will obviously be considered an alternate universe, anyway, since things will happen that are clearly not canonical. That said, I try to maintain what we know about the Heartland universe in a general sense, as in people are still the same people, and the relationships they share are intact.
From the title, you can probably guess this will be a different sort of Heartland story, as it's a murder mystery. I will also warn there will be sensitive events taking place that might be triggering for some, so reader discretion is advised.
Abusive comments will not be tolerated. And now, onto the story!
Prologue: Distant Rumblings
Calgary Herald—Online Edition
Prominent Businessman and Wife Slain in Apparent Home-Invasion Robbery
Published March 25, 2018
Local businessman and oil magnate Lanny Barick and his wife, Paige, were found dead in their Rideau Park home early Sunday morning. Neighbours in the upscale Calgary residential area reported sounds of gunshots around 2:00 a.m.
Kenneth Pemberton, the Baricks' closest neighbour, says he was awoken by what he describes as two loud, explosive noises: "Two distinct shots. I jumped right out of bed, they sounded so close. Like fireworks going off. I was pretty much on the phone right away, calling 911."
Further inspection of the home revealed the bodies of the couple in the master bedroom. Officials say it appears the Baricks surprised their assailant.
Property records reveal the Baricks purchased the Rideau Park home in 2012. They had no children, and reportedly divided their time between Calgary and a residence in Hudson.
A family member who wished not to be identified revealed to The Herald that the Baricks had just returned from a vacation in Switzerland. No arrests have been made, nor did police name any suspects at this time. The Homicide Unit is currently investigating.
More details to come.
• Email: e_volmeyer
With files from The Canadian Press
"Something wrong, Lou?"
Lou Fleming shook her head once and looked up from her laptop, startled by her grandfather's question. "W-What?" she sputtered.
Jack Bartlett repeated his question, regarding his eldest granddaughter with concern. There had been a look of pure horror on her face he could not help but notice.
"Oh, I—I'm reading the news…" Lou mumbled. "Something awful has happened. You remember Lanny Barick?"
Jack paused for a moment, brushing his moustache with his thumb as he dug into his memory banks. "He's the 'weekend cowboy' who bought that dud of a bull for his ranch, isn't he?"
"Yes," Lou confirmed. "Grandpa, he and his wife were murdered early yesterday. Police are saying it was a home-invasion."
"You're joking," Jack said with a deep frown that intensified the wrinkles on his forehead.
"I wish I were."
"I'm real sorry, Lou," Jack uttered with sincerity, thinking of the easy-going man with whom he'd crossed paths some years ago. "I know he was a good client."
"And his wife, Paige… Amy taught her how to ride," Lou sighed. Lanny and Paige had not been particularly close friends of hers, but she nevertheless felt an oppression of spirit at the tragic news.
"Do the police know who did it?" Jack asked.
"No," answered Lou glumly. "The article says the Calgary Homicide Unit is investigating, though. Not a whole lot of details, really."
Jack expelled a breath. "Well, that's a shame. I hope they catch the guys responsible."
Lou shut down the laptop, having read enough. "Yeah. Me, too."
Calgary Herald—Print Edition
No Suspects in Double Homicide
Published April 8, 2018
Calgary Homicide detectives are still without suspects in the slaying of a prominent Calgary businessman and his wife. Laurence and Paige Barick were shot to death early on the morning of Sunday, March 24 by what police allege was an armed burglar.
"We now believe we're dealing with a highly sophisticated thief," Chief Millar said. "The alarm and surveillance systems were disabled, indicating a technical skill set not typically held by your average smash-and-grab thief. It is possible the Barick home held something of particular value to the killer. It could also be the home was being watched before being hit, as it was not widely known that the Baricks were out of town."
Police have canvassed the Rideau Park neighbourhood where the slayings took place and obtained several street-view camera video files. A single black Ford Explorer has been identified as a vehicle of interest, as it appears to be fleeing the general vicinity of the Barick home. No driver or license plate could be identified in the videos due to poor lighting conditions. Police are still hopeful with the release of these images someone will come forward with more information.
"We know this is a common model on Calgary streets," Chief Millar said, "but it is a lead, and we'd like anyone with more details about this SUV and its driver to please contact us."
A funeral was held in Calgary last week Wednesday for the couple.
• Email: e_volmeyer
With files from The Canadian Press
One Year Later
Calgary Herald—Online Version
Family Seeks Justice in Couple's Slaying: Reward Being Offered
Published March 25, 2019
The family of slain couple Lanny and Paige Barick held a memorial service and press conference today in Calgary to mark the one-year anniversary of the as-yet-unsolved murders.
Conrad Boucher, father of Paige, spoke to reporters about how his wife and surviving children have been hoping someone comes forward with information in the case which has stymied authorities.
"It's been a year, and no concrete leads," said Boucher. "The police are saying the trail has gone cold, but somebody out there knows something. We just want closure. We want justice. Paige and Lanny, they didn't deserve this."
A group of wealthy investors and business friends of Barick attending the memorial service took the opportunity to announce a $100,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
Tanner Gunn, self-made millionaire and long-time associate of Barick spoke on behalf of the private investors' group about the offer: "Lanny was a good friend of mine and Paige was a sweetheart. With this reward, it is our hope that anyone with information feels further compelled to speak up. Bring the suffering of this family to an end. If you have information that can help the police catch this killer, please come forward."
The slain couple was returning from a vacation in Switzerland last year when police say they surprised a thief who had disabled the alarm and security camera system before entering the premises. The Baricks were found shot to death in the master bedroom. Police were called to the scene when a neighbour reported hearing the shots around 2:00 a.m., but the killer escaped capture.
Calgary detectives who canvassed the Rideau Park community at the time obtained some surveillance from the street-view cameras of several neighbouring residences. A black SUV believed to have been driven by the shooter was seen fleeing the area, but neither the driver nor a license plate could be identified.
"The case has unfortunately gone cold," said Homicide Det. James Prescott. "It is our hope that with the reward being offered there will be renewed interest in the case and that some memories will be jogged."
Individuals with information are asked to call Calgary police or local RCMP.
• Email: e_volmeyer
Chapter 1: Calm Before the Storm