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Dirty Business

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Dirty Business © March 2012 by Huck Pilgrim


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A man struggles with his principles as he watches the daughter of his business partner explore a dangerous fantasy. An adult work,
Dirty Business
is the first novella from the Carnal series.


In “Dirty Business,” Joe Murphy, a down-on-his-luck real estate broker, lands a big deal with young Donnell Blackman and his out-of-town gang of street toughs. Veronica Smith, the beautiful teenage daughter of one of Joe’s business associates, shows up and agrees to do anything Donnell asks for some more of his drugs. Joe knows Veronica has just signed herself up for a night of sexual payback she won’t soon forget. Watching her make good on her word, he tries to remain professional, keep his own business with Donnell on track. But when one of the boys goes too far with Veronica, Joe stands up for her, and suddenly finds himself at odds with a most dangerous crew. To save his business, Veronica’s welfare, and maybe even his own life, Joe finds he may have to do a little “dirty business” of his own—
with his partner’s lovely daughter!
—as the out-of-town boys watch. In the small town of Carnal, everyone is driven by desire, and no one leaves town a virgin.


No matter the length, Carnal stories are always dark and dirty. Each story takes place in the small town of Carnal, where it’s always burning, no matter what the season.


Dirty Business


Joe Murphy leaned back from the dining room table. A big man, he tried his best not to look too imposing. He didn’t want anyone feeling threatened tonight. Donnell Blackman sat across from him, staring at the thick sheaf of paperwork spread out before him.


Joe glanced at the phone in his hand. A quarter past two in the morning. He’d need another two hours to close the deal. Molly would be mad.


Donnell rubbed the stubble on his chin, thoughtfully working his way through the paperwork. He was young—twenty-three—but clever. Careful. This was probably his first real estate purchase ever. Certainly his first Carnal address.


At least two more hours.


At the other end of the table sat Cutter, one of Donnell’s out-of-town associates. He wore a white surgical mask and a tank top. Had prison tattoos etched across his thick arms. On the table before him sat a big plastic bin holding a large amount of some sort of white powder. His bald head glistened with sweat as he sifted through the powder with a playing card. Every so often he scooped some of the powder onto the card and then filled a small glassine bag. These loaded bags were then piled onto neat little stacks at the far end of the table. From the height of the stacks and the sweat on his brow, you could tell Cutter had been at it for a few hours. Joe heard the faint, tinny sound of rap music coming from headphones stuffed into Cutter’s ears. He popped his head as he worked, his arms making deft, practiced movements.


Joe slipped his phone into his pocket. Took a deep, calming breath. These two were animals, able to smell fear. This was not the time to get antsy.


A former motorcycle gang member, Joe had worked alongside drugs in the past. He didn’t mind cash deals or unsavory people. He had no problem doing business at Donnell’s temporary “office,” which was really just an address in Hoover Homes, one of Carnal’s low income housing developments. If anything, Joe felt thankful to have the deal, worth over two thousand in commissions. Molly would be pleased. Grateful for the income.


The clamor of noisy footsteps and laughter broke the quiet.


A beautiful girl and two young black men—baggy pants, gleaming Nikes—burst out of the stairwell. Donnell looked up from his task. He kept his face even, but when the boys saw him look, they both stopped horsing around.


The girl continued to laugh.


She was a knock out. Long dark hair, square chin. With her high cheek bones and chiseled facial features, she looked like a Cherokee princess. Joe recognized her as Veronica Smith, a local teen. Letting her laughter trail off, she reached both arms behind her head and gathered her hair into a pony tail.


The last time Joe had seen Veronica was five years ago at her father’s lakeside house. She had certainly grown up since then. Dark running tights hugged her slim hips and shapely thighs. A bright halter top accentuated her small breasts and left her midriff exposed. Dressed for the gym, her glassy eyes and flush cheeks told a different story. She had clearly been partying.


Her father was one of Carnal’s wealthiest businessmen. He was proud of his little girl. Had been crowing at a local bar about her recent acceptance to an Ivy League school. Smith felt certain his daughter would be one of the girls that made it out of Carnal.


One of the boys with Veronica wore a checkered tan fedora. A handsome boy, he was clean shaven, muscular, with a strong jaw and a broad, open face. Grabbing the hat by the crown, he pushed it back on his head and grinned, offering a brilliant smile with a single, gleaming, gold cap up front.


“We just leaving, Donnell,” the boy said.


Donnell lowered his head without acknowledgment.


“Donnell?” Veronica said. She grinned. “
Donnell Blackman
? Cherry High’s former track star?” She had already undone her long dark hair and now she let it fall over shoulder, stroking it as she approached the table.


“I don’t have to leave,” she said. “I can do whatever I want.”


Donnell did not look up. If his lack of interest shook Veronica’s confidence, she didn’t let it show. Gliding across the room, her self-assurance impressed Joe. She leaned toward Donnell’s ear. Still toying with her hair, she whispered something so low Joe couldn’t make it out. Her eyes glittered as she spoke.


Donnell tilted his head towards her. Listened quietly.


The boy wearing the fedora put his hands on his hips, a look of mild contempt his face. Joe fought to suppress a grin. He wondered how much dope the boy had packed into Veronica’s pretty little nostrils tonight.


Veronica finished whispering to Donnell and then stood up. Donnell continued to look at the paperwork in front of him. Rubbing her hands on her thighs, she seemed to enjoy the sensation of her own touch on the slippery material of her tights. She bit her lip and kept her eyes on Donnell’s strong hands.


“Anything?” Donnell asked. His voice was flat. He had still not looked up.


Veronica’s face broke into a wide grin. Looking up, she noticed Joe at the table. A glint of recognition passed over her eyes and her face flushed with shame. Biting her lip, she pressed her hands into her groin. Took a deep breath.


“Sure,” she said to Donnell. “Sure.” Her voice sounded squeaky, high pitched.


Donnell snorted, shook his head. Looking up into her face, he chuckled. “You’re going to have to do a little better than that.”


Veronica laughed, a nervous titter. Donnell’s large brown eyes seemed to bore into her, as if he were looking inside her, searching her very soul. He kept his eyes on her face, a little half smile playing on his lips.


Joe watched Veronica’s nipples harden, her face flush a deeper shade of red.


She was going to fuck Donnell. As soon as Joe thought it, he knew it was true. He smelled something burning, a faint, faraway smell. His cock stirred to life in his pants, even as the rest of his body went on high alert. The smell was a familiar odor: in some ways comforting to Joe, in others ways terrifying. He leaned into the table, hiding his arousal. That would only complicate things. Put his commission at risk.


Veronica took a deep breath, letting her chest swell.


“Anything,” she said. Now her voice rang with confidence. She made a funny face at Joe and stuck out her tongue. She drew her shoulders together and laughed. This time, the titter was gone.


Donnell rapped twice on the table.


Cutter scooped a generous amount of powder onto his playing card, then laid it out for her at an empty place on the table. Tapping the card on the table, he cleared it. The room grew silent. Veronica pulled the heavy chair back, its feet scraping the tile.


A clock ticked loudly on the wall.


She took her seat at the table. Bowing her head, she helped herself to a generous amount of the powder that lay before her.


Cutter’s eyes glittered. He glanced at Donnell, then went back to work. Donnell asked Joe a question about the property. After Joe answered, Donnell asked something else. The boys Veronica had come in with began to talk amongst themselves in low tones. Veronica sat in silence. Several times she tried to make eye contact with Joe, but he wouldn’t allow it.


Joe wondered if she even understood what she had just signed herself up for.


If she felt any regret about her arrangement with Donnell, she didn’t show it. She just sat quietly. Waited. She steadfastly refused to look at either of the boys she had come in with. Joe wondered if she even knew their names. Clearly she did not understand, as Joe did, that they were Donnell’s lieutenants.

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