All right, so I've got this scene that I always joke has happened with Maxwell, my vampire character (True Blood basis). Basically, he's gone ahead and seduced someone's husband/wife/boyfriend/girlfriend (someone in a relationship the other person thought was committed), and that person has gone back to their hotel room with him. They're, y'know, doin' it, and the significant other walks in. His reaction, naturally, is, ". . . . . . . . .want in? =D!", because he's not about to feel guilty or, like, laugh at the person. He's not cruel. It's just, he doesn't really grasp the big deal about exclusivity. We can discuss what sort of characters, and who's walking in one what, at what point, etc., at some later point. I don't want to be any more specific until I know if there's any interest at all.
A note about writing, and the like, though. This isn't a scene I'm taking as seriously as some of the other scenes I do, but I still probably need a couple hundred words a post, clean writing, descriptions that lean more toward romanticized or clinical than sleazy/porny/crude. I mean, don't go too hog-wild with ~his love staff~ or any such bullshit, but you know. A thin veneer of class, despite the rather, uhm. . .lusty. . .nature of the scene. The characters involved might be open to the idea, but it should be kind of a shock, something that's like "WOOOAHHH WHAT IN ALL THAT IS HOLY???" Like. . .I might even set it before people knew vampires were Real Things In the World!
So uh, yeah. Get back to me!?