Friday Fictioneers: 100-Words Story Challenge *A Touch Of Mystery*

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My fear of dentists, cemented deep down inside during the years of the Soviet childhood, slowly started to disappear with each new visit to his practice. Like tartar from teeth – step by step until there was nothing left to worry about.
Almost hypnotised I looked at his muscular arms in the tone of warm bronze, admiring how gentle and attentive they turned out to be. An experience to be enjoyed.
There was only one thing that made me wonder – my missing panties after every anesthesia. I kept returning to try to solve this mystery one day…

Image courtesy of Ted Strutz

Friday Fictioneers – 100 word stories

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25 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: 100-Words Story Challenge *A Touch Of Mystery*

  1. Ese, Well written. I think she’s a mystery to herself. Her early experiences seem to have left her with real problems and she needs help. So does that dentist by the way. He’s probably headed for jail as I doubt she’s his only victim. Well done. —Susan

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