Tricky Cindy

10 May

 

2 man 1 woman

Cindy was a mild mannered, mostly jovial and self-described positive person. But one should never bring up the Lidman brothers in front of her. To this day, no one knows what trespasses Steve and Adam committed against her, but their sin must have been mortal because Cindy wanted nothing less than their destruction.

Over the course of a few weeks, she devised what she thought was a pretty good plan. She put it in motion by chatting them both up on a messenger over the internet. She started with small talk and light flirting that escalated to more raunchy conversation. The lewd chats led to exchanging nude photos. The culmination; dates were set for sexual encounters to take place.

When she was with Adam, she told him she was on the pill so they didn’t need to use protection. With Steve, she insisted on using condoms. Given that both men were engaged to be married, their secrecy was secured, even from one another. The affairs went on for three months until she acquired exactly what she wanted, a baby.

She told both men they were the father. They had mixed feelings about the news. On one hand, both were ecstatic they made life. They were both deeply religious men and to them all life was precious, especially life that they brought into existence. On the other hand, this could make their lives turbulent, to say the least and the guilt of betrayal was overwhelming. Neither professed love for Cindy, but both promised to provide for their new offspring.

Given that she was having unprotected sex with Adam, she knew he was the father, but she convinced Steve that he was the only man she had been with recently and furthermore, it was statistically possible to get pregnant even using condoms. He figured a DNA test would make waves and rock the boat of his otherwise dull and stable life. He gave her the benefit of the doubt. With the trap set, she was ready to spring it.

At the forth month of pregnancy, she went to Adam with grave news. She was going to abort his baby and move far away. The news devastated Adam. Besides this being one of the worst sins to his faith, he felt a piece of him was going to die as well. Cindy took extreme pleasure in watching him grovel and beg not to go through with it. She left him a heaping mess and drove off.

Now she set her sights on Steve. She was really going to have to move far away so Adam would believe the abortion story. She moved in with an Aunt in Florida under the guise that she would help the lonely elder woman and in turn receive help during her pregnancy.

She had the baby and made arrangements with Steve for gargantuan child support payments. They were sealed into a contract. The trap was sprung. She got her revenge on the Lidman brothers. Adam believed his unborn son was murdered, though he was actually alive and thriving and Steve was paying a small fortune every month for a child that was not his.

9 Responses to “Tricky Cindy”

  1. Bruce Goodman May 11, 2019 at 2:32 am #

    Hey, what about me? Doesn’t my affair with Cindy count?

    • Ryan May 13, 2019 at 1:10 pm #

      Cindy only had a PROBLEM with the Lidmans. You, on the other hand, were special to her therefore worth keeping on the downlow…..

  2. umashankar May 11, 2019 at 2:45 am #

    The story can be blown into a full fledged Thomas Hardian novel.

    • Ryan May 13, 2019 at 1:08 pm #

      Thanks for the kind words and for taking out the time to read it. I really appreciate it.

  3. Eric Tonningsen May 16, 2019 at 3:35 am #

    Cindy’s happen all the time. Doesn’t take a brilliant woman to ruin a guy’s life. Men can be stupid. And now, with her conniving talents, she’s drafting policy at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave!

    • Ryan May 16, 2019 at 12:48 pm #

      Yes they do my friend! Men can be especially stupid when thinking with another head. Ah-hem, not that I know personally, I´ve heard from a friend…….

  4. bigskybuckeye June 18, 2019 at 1:55 am #

    A tragic story! Your writing is filled with imagination and a well-thought storyline. There are definitely two sides to this story.

    • Ryan June 24, 2019 at 1:06 pm #

      Thank you so much for taking the time to read it. Those are some kind words. There are definitely many sides to any story, for sure.

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