Erotica Readers & Writers Association
Home | Erotic Books | Authors Resources | Inside The Erotic Mind | Erotica Gallery
Adult Movies | Sex Toys | Erotic Music | Email Discussion List | Links

Story Gallery | Treasure Chest

Erotic Fiction
Queer Fiction
Kinky Erotica
The Softer Side
*  Quickies

By Cervo
Client Services
Spring Breezes

By Chris Bridges
Moop Beep Beep ...

By Chris Skilbeck
A Small Piece of Real..
Wicked Wheels

By Corvidae
The Winner

By Daddy X
How Long
Life's Little Gifts
No Tips Here
Self-centered Bastard
Stanley's Resolve

By Elliot DeLocke
Getting Help

By Helen E. H. Madden
The Goldfish Bowl

By Helena Settimana
So Much Better

By J.T. Benjamin
A Therapeutic...
Porn Star

By James M. Hunter
Mixed Feelings

By john e
A Round of Cheer
A Letter to Sarah Julie
The Cuckoo Clock

By Julius
A Nice Pair
Happy Birthday Mr....
Sandy Hurts and Loves It
Shifting Focus

By Lesly Sloan
Heads or Tails

By Mike Kimera
Burger Queen
Filling Usha
Fucking Money
Happy Hour

Deus ex Machina
The Bawdy Ladies...

By Nick Nicholson
The Bathroom Mirror

The Village Church

by Ian D Smith


erotic fictionSomeone else’s footsteps echoed around the ancient church and I snapped out of my reverie. “Afternoon, Mark. I don’t remember seeing you in here before.” It was Edward, the local vicar.

“No, I don’t come to services, well except at Christmas. But this is such a lovely, peaceful place to sit and think.”

He sat beside me.

“I think so, too. And the church is here for the whole community.”

He looked carefully at me. “I don’t want to intrude, but is something in particular on your mind?”

I smiled sadly and nodded. “My late wife’s birthday. Well, the second anniversary of her birthday since...”

He squeezed my arm.

“How long?” he asked gently.

I sighed. “A little over a year. Six months ago, well, I could have told you months, weeks and days. Now, it’s a little over a year.”

He looked at me inquisitively.

“Cancer,” I said, “very aggressive, found too late. She didn’t suffer much.”

“And now you’re finding your feet and starting to move on?”

I nodded and swallowed. “As she wanted me to. Actually, she told me to. Threatened to come back and haunt me if I mourned too long.”

He laughed. “As a clergyman, I have obviously have some reservations about ghosts and the like, but she sounds like someone I’d have had some really enjoyable conversations with.”

I smiled. “I rather think so, too.”

I paused. “I’m getting my confidence back, and finding out who I am now. And thinking about what I want.”

I leaned back and looked slowly around the church, the sandstone walls, stained glass windows, memorials, the board naming all the parish priests back to the 13th century. “We stayed near here a few years ago, and loved the village when we stopped off to look around. We talked vaguely about moving here later on in life. And I even proposed here.”

Edward nodded. “I can understand that. My family were delighted with the prospect of moving here. Did you visit the church then?”

I nodded. “We loved it. The tower was open to visitors that day, so we got to see the best view in the village.”

The memories flooded back, like edited highlights from a TV drama. The village had been deserted, not another soul in sight. A hot, still summer’s day. We’d chased each other around the headstones outside. She giggled and squealed when I caught and tickled her. Inside, it was quiet, cool and peaceful. On top of the tower, I hugged her from behind and she wriggled her bum against me until I got a hard-on. Then she whispered. “Want to fuck me? Now? Here? Up on the roof?”

“You bet, get ‘em off.”

We wrestled, laughing, as I tried to pull her panties down. “No, no, unhand me, sir. You’re a cad and a bounder,” she giggled.

She gave in, when she wanted to, and leaned forward against the parapet, wet and ready, as I eased my cock into her...

“You come first,” she gasped. I was getting a bit energetic and enthusiastic. “You can lick me out later.”

So I did. She lay back on a pew and I kneeled between her legs, parted for me, so we could make love. I tasted myself on and in her, which got me hard again.

“Yes, yes, YES!” she moaned, her voice echoing and reverberating around the building, a magical moment I’ll never forget.

When she’d got her breath back, I asked her to marry me. “Yes,” she’d said quietly, her eyes moist with tears. “Of course I will.”

Edward brought me back to the present with a gentle bump. “Yes, there’s an excellent view from the tower. And I always liked the acoustics in here, marvellous for a good choir.”

I tried not to grin at him. “My wife and I noticed that, too. A lovely delay on the echo.”

© 2013 Ian D Smith.  All rights reserved. Content may not be copied or used in whole or part without written permission from the author.

Bio: I live in the South-West of the UK, with my wife, our dogs and horses. I am a professional scientist who has recently started writing non-fiction and fiction as a creative hobby, with some modest success in being published. Non-fiction is an outlet for my butterfly mind, fiction for my vivid imagination. I enjoy reading and trying to write romantic and realistic erotica.


  E-mail this page

Search ERWA Website:

Copyright 1996 and on, Erotica Readers Association, Inc.
All Rights Reserved World Wide. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or
medium without express written permission is prohibited.

By Nikki Isaak
Chrema's Game
Demon Sunday
Dreamrealms: blasphēmos
In The Soup
Seasons by the sea
Shagging Oozing ...
Silencing the Circling Echoes
The Thief and ...
Undead Urges

By Robert Buckley
Glowing In The Dark
Saturday Afternoon Confessions
Shared Ride
The Other Man
The Girl Who Taught...
Try it; You'll Like It
Upon the Shoals of Anticipation

By Sidney Durham
Bug Hunt
New Truck
The Stacks

By Valentine Bonnaire
A Little Irish Honey
Guys & Dolls
It Came Upon a Mid...
The Beautiful Kind
Vanilla Suede

By William Dean
Earthquake Blowjob
One Winter Night...
Riding on the Metro
Reality Sucks
Whore's Borscht

El Padron
by Akosei

The Connection
by Alan

Party Girl
by Big Ed Magusson

by Clover

by Corbin A. Grace

Nothing Personal
by Dawn Wan D'Stylo

That Holiest Place
by G. Russell

Looking for Work
Huck Pilgrim

The Village Church
by Ian D Smith

La Petite Mort
by Isabelle Carruthers

Sleeping Ducks
by J.D. Coltrane

by Jaelyn

Home Again
by Jean Roberta

In A Restaurant
by Jim Danner

Silk Appetizer
by Jude Mason

A Demure Slut
by Kevin Morken

Fucked by a Cucumber
by Lauren Mills

A Day in the Life ...
by Laura Thorne

Prelude to a Sunday...
by Leigh Stirling

A Brief Time Together
by Randi Dixon

by Raziel Moore

Pattern Passion
by Remittance Girl

by Richard Raiment

God or the Devil
by Shiloh

In the Confessional
by TD Fallon