Love in the Time of Covid-19 ( a neighbours-to-lovers tale)

35:27 neighbours to lovers Mar 16, 2020 6 comments 2801 834

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We're nearing the end of our self-isolation during this outbreak, and before I leave for an extended trip tomorrow, I know I'll regret it if I don't tell you how attracted I am to you...


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  • ArthurWynne on 2020-04-01 16:16:06 (UTC)

    Well this was very welcome! Sorry it’s taken me a while to get around to this. But I wasn’t disappointed! Man, if every sexual experience went like this with a new partner... i can’t fault it. it’s the dream! Thanks for indulging us, Eve. I don’t expect anything from you in these tough times. It must be so frustrating being away from most of your family and friends. So I hope your coping the best you can. 🤗

    • A Eve on 2020-04-03 19:59:06 (UTC)

      Thank you so much - I am having a tough time these days, I've been injured on top of everything and have to be pretty much immobile even while self-isolating. This has been the most challenging time of all our lives, and patience and empathy for each other is crucial - so thank you! xox

      • ArthurWynne on 2020-04-03 22:29:40 (UTC)

        Ouch. I’m really sorry to hear that. You sound like you need to take the rest of the year off! As I saw on reddit, Just focus on your new book and Don’t worry about us. We’ll be fine. You’ll left us with almost 300 audios. I for one will never be bored. Stay safe, Eve! Your health and well being is the priority here. X

        • A Eve on 2020-04-10 04:05:23 (UTC)

          Aw, thank you. I admit I do tend to be a tough taskmaster on myself, it's really lovely to know I have supporters who don't mind being a bit patient with me. I do love what I do though, so I know it won't be too long between audios xox

  • Coalime on 2020-03-16 10:26:53 (UTC)

    You're spot on. It was indeed Thomas Hobbes in Leviathan who said "The life of man (is) solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short". Unfortunately his solution to this was to try to exploit others to make your own life less nasty brutish and short at the expense of theirs, because Thomas Hobbes was a prick of proportions similar to his beloved Leviathan.

    • A Eve on 2020-03-21 00:11:17 (UTC)

      Ah, thank you for the confirmation!