The Goddess Cycle#2
Them women raise hell. That’s what the bartender told me when she caught me giving a brick house butch the eye.
“You seem like a nice girl. Stay away from them, especially tonight.”
I nodded and thanked her. I found an empty back booth and posted up to watch. It wasn’t my town or my crew. I knew well enough that I was fresh meat and fresh meat causes problems. I have sense so I stay in my corner.
Two jukebox songs later, a beer appeared at my table, followed by a cat who sat in front of me meowing in my face.
“Well, you’re a pretty girl.”
The cat rubbed her face against mine and made herself comfortable laying half on the table and half on my tits. I stroked her back and felt her rusty purr.
“Just like back home.”
She murred at me and I murred right back at her. I do love my little sisters. More beers slid onto my table, the waitress leaned down to speak in my ear, her lean body radiated lust.
“These are all from Vic. The big bitch with the fade. Careful baby.”
She turned away and I lifted my mug to Vic, the same brick house butch I’d been eyeing earlier. I’d wait her out. I saw the narrowed eyes from a few other femmes in the room.
After another few beers Vic sauntered over and slid into my booth.
“Hello Victoria. Thank you for the beers.”
I watched her squirm and tilted my head. Outside there was ruckus going on, the sound of glass shattering. A red faced woman ran inside, her face streaked with tears.
“They fucked up my car.”
Victoria and I rose together and she grinned at me, I saw in her eyes that she knew me finally.
I pounded the last of my beer.
“Hail unto me.”
We went into battle armed with bats and chains and blades. The fight as battles go was small but glorious. We drank the shrieks of pain as we would drink rich dark beer later. Those girls did indeed raise hell and I was the demon at the head of their pack.
In the grayness of dawn sated and my need for destruction softened to blunt hunger, I went on my way. My blessings had been given.
Look for me in the corner of your favorite bar and when you know my name, I will come.