She took her time walking through midtown. It was already 1:30 AM. The last train had left the station at 1:15.
She’d been working at the club.
She’d made a connection with a customer and gotten lost in his eyes.
Normally she’d give herself a good amount of time to transform into her everyday self.
No makeup, jeans, t shirt.
This time, she didn’t.
She felt the two versions of herself as one. She’d leave as her hyper sexual alter ego.
The one that turned her back on the customers and danced provocatively for herself.
There was a mirrored wall on the back of the stage.
She’d never found herself more beautiful. Or sensual.
She’d move her hips to the music. Run her hands up and down her torso, and when the time was right, unclasp her bra.
At that point, she’d turn around and let the men admire her.
She loved it.
That was huge since she hadn’t ever had consensual sex without a debilitating flashback that rendered her a small terrified child.
Just when it was getting good.
She got to grand central and considered sitting on the ground outside the main entrance till the trains started running at 5:30. She’d done it before.
It was cold. She wasn’t completely prepared for it.
She reached into her coat pocket and found a slip of paper.
Hyatt Grand Central Rm 206.
She remembered his eyes.
“If you want, come and see me. We’ll talk.”
That’s what he’d said at the end of the lap dance she’d given him.
They’d talked for a good hour at the bar before that.
More than what she should’ve according to her employer and bartenders.
There was just something about him.
Like he saw her.
Really saw her.
She made a decision….