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Forbidden Attraction

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Added to the Roswell Slash Archive June 26, 2002

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Category:  Tess and Isabel's pov (Fem-slash)
Rating:  PG-12
Author's Note:  Tess and Isabel's pov (Fem-slash)


        Tess Harding...

        She freaks me out. Looking at her like that, she doesn't seem like much. She's like this small little perfect doll. Pretty beyond words. Petite waist, fragile. No, she doesn't seem like much...

        But she's everything

        The way I'm drawn to her... It's not natural. It's not like the way I'm attracted to Alex. Alex is sweet, innocent, so calm and peaceful. It has nothing to do with the way I feel pulled towards Micheal like a magnet either, purely physical, no feelings involved. No, I can't quite figure it out, but I'm drawn to her. I can't get her out of my mind. Sweet mischivious Tess..


        Isabel Evans...

        She's fascinating, perfect. Beautiful. Her curvy hips, her beautiful profile, her perfectly shaped breasts, her voluminous lips, her elegant cheek bones. Her deep eyes. Her way and shiny hair. Her long legs... I'm destined to be with Max and my human soulmate is Kyle. But the on I really want is...


        I came close to telling her in her kitchen.. but I couldn't get it out... So I settle for the lie. Isabel... I'm in love with Max. It's a lie but I couldn't tell her the truth. I realize how nervous I make her already and I don't want to loose her. Anyways, she too has her destiny, Micheal, my brother. God I hate him for that. And I hate Alex, because he loves her and kisses her and touches her and makes her feel.

        And I wish I could be the one that puts my hands all over her. That covers her sexy lips with mine and that makes her moan sensually...

        But this will never be, it's not what's meant to be. It's not Destiny...

        For once, I agree with all of them. Destiny really bites...

        The End

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