“Could you step into my office?”
I stand up. I immediately feel the tension. It crawls, swirls, and strikes me. I feel soft and tense at the same time. This is the first time he has spoken more than a few words directly to me.
Liz works as a medical secretary at a clinic. She is both attracted to and fascinated by the striking and confident doctor. During the days, Liz listens to his voice and transcribes his dictations. Meanwhile, she fantasizes about everything she wants him to do to her.
The doctor becomes like a drug to Liz. He calls her to his office after she has made several mistakes in the medical records. She finally sees her chance and decides to seduce him — for real this time.
“The Doctor and I” is an erotic short story about lust and desire.
B. J. Hermansson skillfully creates short stories that encompass both quick-witted prose and poetic descriptions. The underlying tone in these texts often inspires the reader to contemplate and question our established, pre-conceived ideas, especially when it comes to the normal, standards and sexuality.