Who is Sonja?
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***All characters are over 18 and are fictional. Any resemblance to any real-life persons or situations is purely coincidental.
“No, I can’t go there,” Zach whimpered. He was 21-years-old and he found himself crying like a kid again.
“What choice do you have?” said his mother over the phone.
Zach was on a road trip on his way back home. He had just finished the semester and was ready for his summer vacation. Normally, he would take a more direct route home, which would take about half a day’s travel. But this time he decided to have some fun and visit some places along the way. With his new travel plans, he would extend his usual trip home by up to two weeks.
He had visited a few party towns, a couple of beaches, and some sites; typical road trip activities. He found a music festival along the way and had some fun there. He even stopped by a couple of his friends’ homes along the way and hung out with them at their favorite hangouts.
He was having plenty of fun along the way, but a few days before the end of his trip, his car was having some serious engine trouble. After taking it to a mechanic, he was told it could be fixed, but it would be very costly for him. He was warned that he would never be able to finish his trip in the car’s current condition.
He called his parents to see what he should do. They said they would pay to have it fixed, but he needed someplace to stay until then. When he told them where he was, they suggested he do something he didn’t want to do. He had to go to a nearby city where his Aunt Jodie lived and stay with her while he had his car fixed.
He loved his aunt Jodie, but he found her boring. She never appeared to have any life outside of work as a tax accountant. His mother told him about how she volunteers at church-outings and leads a bible study. Zach considered himself Christian, but not very devout about it. He didn’t want to spend a few days with a woman who might push the Bible on him. He was afraid he might have to pretend to be a virgin if the situation arose to make her feel good.
“I was having so much fun on my trip and she always seem so boring,” said Zach.
“It won’t be that bad,” said his mother. “She lives near the beach, that should be fun.”
“I guess so. I just hope she doesn’t try to drag me to one of her bible studies.”
“Bible studies?” his mother asked.
“You always told me that she leads bible classes,” Zach replied.
“Oh right. Well, just don’t bring it up and I’m sure everything will be fine. And I’m sure you visit will be fine if you give it a chance. You don’t have much of a choice after all.”
They said their goodbyes and hung up their phones. He really hated the idea of visiting his aunt Jodie, but he knew his mother was right. With the current situation, Aunt Jodie was the most logical choice. He was at least glad she lived near the beach so he could try to have some fun there.
His mother called Jodie, and asked if he could stay with her, and she very happily said yes. The mechanic got Zach’s car working enough to allow him to drive over to the city where Aunt Jodie lived. Aunt Jodie texted him the address to her mechanic, saying he was the most reliable one in town and would give him a discount for being her nephew. He dropped off the car at her mechanic and then took an Uber to her house.
He had never visited his Aunt Jodie before; she always visited his family. So, he was surprised to see she was living in a nice condominium complex. The condo, plus how close it was to the beach made Zach feel a lot better about his situation.
As the Uber car approached the building, he saw Jodie waiting for him outside. She was a woman in her late thirties with long blonde hair. She was wearing a long yellow flower-patterned dress with short sleeves and open-toed shoes. He thought she was a pretty woman and wondered why she had never been married.
When Zach got out of the car, she ran up to him and gave him a big hug before letting him go.
“Oh my God, I’m so glad you’re here,” she squealed. “Look at you. You are getting more handsome every time I see you.”
She said that last part while pinching his cheeks in a very aunty kind of way, and then began kissing him several times.
“I’m glad to see you too,” said Zach.
Zach got his luggage from the trunk of the Uber car before it drove off. Jodie helped him with one of the lighter bags as she escorted him up to her condo. She talked the whole way there, showing how excited she was that he was staying with her.
When they got to the condo, he was very impressed with the size and the fancy furniture. Her living room had probably the most state-of-the-art entertainment system he had ever seen. She also had a decent-sized balcony with a small table and a few chairs, and a direct view of the beach that he couldn’t wait to visit.
“You have a great place here, Aunt Jodie,” said Zach.
“I’m glad you like it,” she replied.
“You must be doing very well as a tax accountant.”
He bursa escort noticed Jodie pausing a moment before she replied.
“Yes, I suppose so,” she said.
“The couch looks comfy. I should sleep well on it.”
“What? You’re not sleeping on the couch, silly,” she said with a giggle. “I have a spare bedroom that you could use.”
“Oh, that’s even better.”
She guided him to the spare bedroom and was impressed by its size. He wondered how big the master bedroom must be if this was just the spare bedroom.
“Seriously, this is a wonderful place,” Zach reiterated. “Not at all what I expected.”
“What did you expect?”
“I don’t see you all that often, but from the way mom describes how you live, I was expecting someplace humbler with several crucifixes hanging and bibles in every room.”
Jodie looked at him with a cringed face.
“Really?” she asked.
“Mom is always talking about how often you go to church-outings and lead a bible study group.”
Jodie laughed, making Zach realize that whatever his mother told him about her wasn’t true.
“I take it, that’s not entirely accurate,” said Zach.
“I mean, I still go to church once in a while, mostly for holidays. But I’m definitely not as devout as my parents forced me to be when I was a teenager.”
They both laughed together this time.
“Why the hell did my mother tell me that stuff about you?”
Jodie stopped laughing and took a little pause, which was again noticeable to Zach.
“Who knows what’s going on in her mind?” said Jodie. “Maybe she misunderstood something about me since she doesn’t visit me here, instead of me always visiting her. Next time I talk to her, I’ll correct her on all of that.”
Later, they went out to dinner at a local Italian place that Jodie liked to go to. There, she asked Zach about his time in college. He described what he was studying, his friends, the clubs he joined, and the college parties he went to. He pretty much told her everything about his current college experience.
“What about a girlfriend?” she asked. “You have anybody special?”
“No, not currently,” Zach answered, worried that he might blush.
“Come on, a nice handsome man such as yourself. You must have slept with plenty of those college girls.”
Zach was now sure he was blushing.
“I’ve done alright, Aunt Jodie. Let’s leave it at that,” he told her. “How about you? How is work going these days?”
Jodie started talking about her job as the senior tax specialist at the accounting firm she worked at. She explained the many aspects of her job and how she helps her clients. Unfortunately, the way she described it flew right over Zach’s head. He tried to feign interest as she explained her job, but he felt like he was going to fall asleep. He couldn’t believe how she was smiling as she described what he could only assume was the dullest job in the world.
“And that about describes my job,” she finally finished.
“Wow, that seems very… interesting,” said Zach, doing his best to smile.
“You think it’s boring. I can tell from your face,” said Jodie.
“Sorry, I just couldn’t follow what you were saying.”
“It’s OK. I may love it, but it’s not everyone’s cup of tea,” she said. “Besides, I have other works in the fire.”
“I’ve been dabbling in some day trading and have a pretty good stock portfolio going.”
“Good for you.”
“Also, I can’t get into all of the details right now, but I’ll be investing in a… I guess you could call it a sports bar. I’ll be buying out a share of it pretty soon.”
“That’s pretty cool,” said Zach, looking very impressed. “I’d like to see the place.”
“Maybe next time. The whole thing is not ready yet.”
Zach didn’t press the subject anymore.
“Since you brought up my love life, is there a man in your life? A pretty woman like you must be doing well in the dating pool.”
This time it was Jodie who blushed a little, which Zach thought was cute.
“Well, there have been quite a few men. Too many men, to be honest,” she said. “I’ve done alright, dating wise. But, in my line of work, it’s hard to meet a man who I can truly be interested in.”
“How is being a tax accountant holding you back from meeting a man?”
Again, she had a long pause before she spoke.
“It’s hard to describe,” she began to say. “Let’s just say the job can be complicated and affect my relationships, and leave it at that.”
“Ok, I’ll drop the subject.”
He still didn’t understand what she was talking about, but he could see she didn’t want to discuss the topic anymore and moved on.
Over the rest of the dinner, they talked about everything else they could think of. Afterwards, they went back to her condo and watched a funny movie with popcorn before going to sleep.
The next morning, they had breakfast that Jodie insisted on making for them, and they ate it on the balcony.
“The weather is perfect today,” said Zach. “I think I’ll go down to that beach bursa escort bayan later.”
“Great, I’ll join you,” said Jodie.
“It’s a Tuesday. Don’t you have to work today?” Zach asked.
“I’ve decided to take a few days off while you’re here.”
“You didn’t have to waste your vacation days on my account.”
“It’s OK, I needed that time off from work anyway,” she assured him.
They finished their breakfast, and Zach helped her clean the dishes. Around the middle of the day, they headed out to the beach. Zach wore his swim shorts, a Hawaiian shirt and sandals. Jodie wore a sundress and sandals; she said she had her swimsuit underneath.
When they arrived at the beach, they found the perfect spot that was near the ocean but not close enough for their belongings to be washed away. They set their towels on the ground and Zach took his shirt off to be ready to work on his tan. Jodie lifted her dress over her head and tossed it on the ground, surprising Zach with what he saw. She told Zach earlier she was wearing a swimsuit, which made him think she was going to wear a one-piece swimsuit that covered up all the appropriate places. Instead, she was wearing a very revealing red bikini. Her top had no shoulder straps, and the bottom was just over the line of being a thong.
Seeing her in that bikini made him immediately look at her breasts, which were a lot bigger than he had expected. Up until now, he had only seen her wearing regular dresses; this was the first time he got a good look at how attractive her body really is.
“Whoa,” said Zach.
“Is it too much?” Jodie asked.
“Oh, sorry. I was just surprised by it,” he answered. “I can’t believe my mother led me to believe you were a devout Christian woman.”
“I’m definitely no preacher’s daughter,” she joked.
They worked on their tans for a while. They were having fun talking and discussing the various people they saw walking by them on the beach. Jodie teased Zach a couple of times when an attractive woman wearing a sexy bikini walked by them and he ogled them.
They worked on their front tans for a while, and when it was time to turn around, they helped each other rub sun tan lotion on their backs.
Jodie did his back first, rubbing the lotion all over.
“You’re very muscular,” she pointed out. “You could do very well with some of these sexy women on this beach.”
“Thank you,” said Zach.
It was his turn to put lotion on her back. She lied down on her front as Zack began rubbing the lotion on her. He had done this many times before, for other women he went to the beach with, but this was the first time he was nervous about putting lotion on a woman. He couldn’t believe how good-looking she was in these revealing pieces of clothing. He also couldn’t help noticing how her big tits were coming out from the sides.
He shook his head, forcing himself to stop looking at his own aunt in that way. He put on the lotion, going a little faster than he should have. Afterwards, he continued his tanning without a problem as they resumed their conversation.
When they were done tanning, they spent a little time in the ocean. They brought belly boards with them so they could float around for a while. They were having a lot of fun together, and Zach was glad that his car broke down so he could spend this time with his aunt.
When they were done, they dried up and decided to go to the boardwalk to find a place to eat. Zach put his shirt back on; Jodie didn’t put her dress back on, but instead she pulled a sarong from her bag and put it around her waist.
They found a place that served burgers and had some tables nearby that had a good view of the beach. They ate their lunch as they enjoyed the peaceful ambiance of the scenery. Zach noticed a man was going around, handing out flyers for a local business. He came around their table, and he handed a flyer to Zach, which he only took to be nice. He was going to crumble it up and toss it into the garbage can nearby, until he saw the flyer was for a local strip club called ‘Radiance’ that had a couple of very attractive women in lingerie printed on it.
“What’s that flyer for?” Jodie asked.
“Oh… it’s nothing…” he replied.
Jodie snatched the flyer from him, and her eyes widened when she saw what it was for.
“Well, if you plan on going to a strip club while you’re here, I could suggest a better one than this.”
“You don’t mind that I go to those places?” he asked.
“I’m not naïve. You’re a young college guy; of course, you go to these places,” she replied. “But like I was saying, this one is no good. I can suggest to you a much better place.”
“How do you know which strip club is better?”
Again, she took a long pause to think of what she was going to say next. Zach noticed this happened too many times already and was a little concerned about why that was.
“I… uh… had a couple of ex-boyfriends that took me to a few of them. It’s kind of fun to go to with escort bursa a guy. That’s how I know this place is a dump, which is why they’re sending out flyers like this. They’re probably trying to drum up some lost business.”
Zach took the flyer back from Jodie and tossed it away into the garbage, not giving it another thought.
They spent the rest of the day visiting a few places before going home to order some takeout while they watched another movie. The next day, they didn’t go back to the beach but visited a few more places in the city. He was having a lot of fun with his Aunt Jodie; he couldn’t believe he was initially against the idea of visiting her.
Things changed later in the day. While they were eating dinner, they ordered it in again. Jodie got a call that kind of upset her, which got Zach concerned.
“Is something wrong?” he asked.
“Nothing too serious,” she assured him. “But I… uh… need to go to my office tonight. Something at work came up and I had to be there to fix it.”
“Isn’t it too late in the evening to be going to work?”
“Yes, but… one of our biggest clients is currently visiting China, and we have to do a teleconference. It’s really important, so I have to go.”
Zach didn’t question that reasoning, nor did he want to do the math for the time zone difference.
“Well, if you’re not going to be here, I guess I’ll go out tonight,” said Zach.
“Sure, go out and have fun. You shouldn’t have to wait around here on my account.”
“Great. And since you’re cool about the subject, I might as well tell you I’ll probably be going to that strip club from that flyer we got earlier.”
Jodie suddenly looked shocked.
“You mean Radiance? Why? I told you that place is a dive,” she said.
“There’s a much better place on the other side of town called Splendor. They’re bigger, have better looking dancers, and their lap dances are cheaper, so you could buy more of them if you wanted.”
Zach thought she made a compelling argument.
“Ok, I’ll go to Splendor instead. Thanks for being cool about me going to one of those places.”
“No problem,” said Jodie. “And I promise I won’t tell your mother; in case you were worried I might say something.”
“I was going to ask about that next. Thank you.”
When they finished dinner, they both went to their own rooms to get ready. Zach was dressed in simple blue jeans and a rock band t-shirt. Jodie wore something very similar, but her t-shirt had a logo for an old TV show on it. Zach asked why she was wearing that to work; she said since it was late at night, she didn’t feel like dressing up and decided to go in casually.
Before Zach left, Jodie gave him a spare key to her condo in case he returned before she did. Then she gave him $300 in cash to have a good time with. Zach was surprised and tried to give the money back, saying it was too much. But Jodie insisted that he take the money and consider it an early birthday gift if it made him feel better about it. Zach didn’t question it anymore and took the money; he was worried that she would be offended if he didn’t take it.
“And remember, go to Splendor,” she insisted. “Not that other awful place.”
“Don’t worry, I will,” he assured her.
Zach took an Uber to Splendor. From the outside, it looked alright; the bright neon sign was the only fancy thing about it. Inside, he thought it wasn’t a bad place, but nothing too special like his Aunt Jodie was talking about. The girls were hot, but the stages weren’t that big and there weren’t that many TVs around. He saw the prices for lap dances were decent, so he was happy about that.
He spent half an hour there, enjoying the women on stage. He was about to get a lap dance from a hot big-breasted blond in a sailor-moon outfit when the owner had to make an announcement.
“I’m sorry folks, but we have to ask everybody to leave in an orderly fashion,” said the owner. “We have a fire forming in the back and we had to call the fire department. It’s not spreading too fast, so you don’t have to rush out of here, but you do need to leave here now.”
All the patrons grunted and mumbled about the situation as they left the club. On his way out, Zach was walking near a couple of patrons talking to each other.
“This sucks,” said one of the patrons.
“Yeah, we should’ve gone to Radiance,” said the other one. “Much better than this dump with better dancers.”
“And better prices too.”
Upon hearing this, Zach wondered what the hell his Aunt Jodie was talking about. He ordered another Uber to take him all the way to the other side of town to visit Radiance.
When he got to Radiance, he could see how much better the place was compared to Splendor. The place was much bigger than Splendor. There were more women on stage at the same time, and they were much hotter than the ones at Splendor. He even saw that the lap dance prices were indeed better. He could only guess that his aunt was mistaken about which club was better, or else she would’ve suggested going to this one instead.
Zach sat at the bar and ordered a drink. He sat next to a couple of guys who looked like they were in college too.
“Great place, isn’t it?” one of the college students said to him.
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