Victory Crayne

Victory Crayne


Victory Crayne

Published in the March 2011 issue of the newsletter of the Southern California Writers Association at March issue.


By Victory Crayne

Ever dream of walking into your workplace after forgetting to put any clothes on?

The last time Cheryl had been nude in front of anybody was in her parents’ back yard swimming pool. She was only three years old and she kept those photos safely hidden in her closet.

She loved her uncle very much and when he suggested she attend the nudist colony on a beach in San Clemente, California, she instantly denied the idea.

But the more she thought about it when she stood bare in her bedroom, admiring her slim and firm body, the more the idea pulled on her imagination.  There was something naughty – and at the same time enticing – about feeling the warm of the sun and the breeze off the ocean all over her naked body. In a crowd.

That was last Saturday and a week later, she found herself dressed only in her panties and bra, surrounded by twenty people, all skin bare.

It was time.

With nervousness she was afraid to admit, she reached behind her back and unsnapped her bra.

The hard part was next. She slipped her fingers into the edges of her bikini panties and pulled them down. As they fell to the sand, she noticed the roving eyes of the men and the women.

“Where is my old-fashioned uncle?  He’s the one who put me up to this,” she said to her friend.

“I don’t know.  He said something about getting a new telescope.”

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