The Netmaker

"The Netmaker" the story follows four families who are all linked in some way to the Wilkinsons Lemonade Factory that was bombed during WW2. This is a tribute to the 107 people who lost their lives on 3rd May 1941

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“I wanted to make your first bath special; we cannot have full intercourse until you are sixteen Tom but I hope this is a good second best.’

“I will be in two day’s time.’

“I know that but I would still be breaking the law.’

She moved closer to him and kissed him softly; think of how nice this will be once you are sixteen. “I will give you the best birthday present ever.’

Tom breathed hard then exhaled again.

“There’s nothing stopping us from touching one another though.’

His hands found the softness of her perfectly rounded breasts and he felt her nipples harden with the pleasure of his touch.

 

 

The second week in the clinic saw Emily feeling better than she was upon her arrival.

The counselling sessions were going well and she wasn’t afraid to open up and tell everyone how she was actually feeling. Professor Christopher Leonard was pleased with her progress too. He told her that if she carried on like this it wouldn’t be long before she would be allowed to have visitors.

“When can I go home though professor?’

“It’s too soon yet Emily; you may think that you are alright but soon as a stressful situation occurs you will be back. We have to train you to face every eventuality.’

Next week we will start to reduce the drugs that have kept your cramps and sweats at bay.

“This will give us an indication of how you can cope on the outside without alcohol.’

“Until then I would like you to continue with both the group and individual therapy sessions.’

“Thank you Professor Leonard.’

Emily went to get weighed as they kept a chart of her food intake this told them that she was now gaining weight. She was still more than a stone under her normal weight

But it was steady progress none the less.

After lunch she joined Professor Angela Morton for another individual therapy session.

Emily was now able to walk to the sessions by herself and did not need to use a wheel chair.

She knocked on the door and then entered the room.

“Hello Emily, How are you today.’

“I’m fine.’

“Please take a seat.’

“Professor Leonard said that he’d spoken with you this morning is that right.’

“Yes he did.’

“Can I ask you how you felt when he told you that you couldn’t go home yet?’

“Well I wasn’t happy put it that way.’

“So describe to me in your own words what was going through your mind at that point?’

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