“You must know, before the plunge: only the adamantine remain sharp underwater,” says the mermaid, before rising to the top of her tank.
She calls the girls “single brides,” the ones that come into her Los Angeles bridal shop to make wedding preparations before they’ve even met the groom.
Lovemaking can be difficult, especially when it’s winter and your bedroom is filled with hideous, bl…
A woman reminisces about when her husband started telling her stories before bed. The stories seemed familiar, yet elusive, until it was too late.
Erica devotes her life to being as far from her troubled past as possible. Now, in L.A. with her hus…
She’s wanted to be part of Tami’s life since they were kids. Now they’re sharing an apartment on the…
Jeremy is desperate to marry Clarisse and impress her rich parents. The problem is he is in debt and is vulnerable to snake oil salesman, Du Monde.
A woman is critical of an exhibition as she stands next to an attractive Frenchman. He leaves but sends her a note, cab, and invitation. Will she go?
She has orchestrated two beautiful men to come back to her hotel room. As she mixes their drinks and watches them make out on the bed, she wants in.
Annie straddles him in his car, parked in the old New England cemetery. He thinks of what the French…
Every other week, they rent an apartment on airbnb. They choose the listings randomly, show up, and christen everything they can with their desire.
Their nights together changed them forever. But sometimes there are do overs, no matter how hard one strives to create the perfect everlasting union.
A man reminisces about an affair he had with a woman two years ago and now resides 2,000 miles away. If he could just let go he’d be fine, really.
Kiki asks Leslie to join her and Amanda in a race to have sex with a member of the cover band. Leslie does and makes some decisions about life too.
She comes home looking angry, walking into the kitchen and stripping down to panties and stilettos, like she does this regularly.
Curtis finds himself consoling two women, but soon he’s no longer able to repress his response to death – and Curtis’s way of grieving is far more troubling.
This is Indiana, Deb tells herself every day, and each day her voice and her spirit more worn than the last. She’s been hiding a secret from Pete, and now she must hide a secret from Van.
These guys are faux-farmers, she can tell them a mile off. Selling ears of corn by the roadside in bulk wearing cologne and black poodle perms.
Questioning notions of how awake or asleep we are, and the conceit that is sometimes part and parcel with questions regarding love.
She’s never been in love. In thirty-three years, she’s never taken a meaningful risk. She’s just too damn practical.
You want the kind of life you only see in the films. Everything you had has fallen apart, so you leave it behind to write your own script.
It’s been almost a year since Allen lost his son to cancer, but he still fears that moving on would be an act of betrayal.
What does it take to tear two people in love apart? The house two women have recently inhabited seems be to trying to answer that very question.
When a strange and beautiful woman crosses Hessa’s path, she is utterly taken with the magnificent outsider.
John’s 70th birthday has been a day full of frustration and heartache as he and his wife Marie continue their recent habit of bickering over silly things. A little alcohol and a little nostalgia combine to prompt John into writing a truly heartfelt letter for Marie.
Extreme fighting duo Kramer and Kramer are “on the circuit”, fighting in two-bit towns that they could never remember the names to. Speedy Beers, their opportunistic manager, thinks it would be a hoot to bill them as Kramer vs Kramer, work that angle, with their names and all.
She knows everything he does, any one he talks to, anything he says, as long as he’s doing it online.
Jennifer Moon has gone to find the man she loves, and she’s left behind her daughter, Kacey.
All Jennifer wants is for her electronics tycoon father to love and accept her. She has no plans to take on the family empire, and she’s not even sure what she wants to do in life.
He’s gone, miles between them, and all she has left of him is an apartment filled with stuff. Knick-…
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