...uch rudeness is unbecoming to a lady, Rogue. But it will be done as you wish.”
Her eyes never left her friend as their voices suddenly became crystal clear. She started to say something sarcastic to the man behind her, but the dream blinked out before she did. It was back again before the shock had even registered to the lovely, southern she-cat. He had simply restarted the dream.
She watched everything progress exactly as it had the first time. Jean chatted with her friends, the music played, and the other people danced or drank as was their will. The only difference was that she could hear better now.
“So, have you missed me, Jean?” Rogue heard a deep voice rumble from across the room.
“Who?” her friend replied, going completely still with shock. “Oh, it’s you. I thought you had left for good. But I see I was wrong.”
“You didn’t answer my question. Have you missed me?”
“Miss you? Of course, I haven’t missed you. You’re nothing but a lowlife creep!”
“You tell him, Jean!” Rogue thought. “Put that guy in his place!”
The guy laughed at Jean’s response, and then quickly pulled her stirrup pants down to her knees. As both girls stood ...