I require an erotic short story written quickly. It must be written by GMT [url removed, login to view] AM and I will try to close bidding around GMT [url removed, login to view] AM to give the writer sufficient time.
It should be a minimum of 1,000 words.
The premise is about a stuck up, gossipy and wealthy woman who loves to laud her money and to tell stories about her 'friends' and basically seize on any embarrassing incident she can to.
She's going through a divorce from a wealthy business man she married just for his money. She has a good lawyer and thinks she'll get half of everything at least. What she doesn't realise is that there's an infidelity clause in play in a prenup she signed many years ago.
In the case of her infidelity (of which it turns out her husband has proof) she immediately forfeits all marital assets. She is informed that she is broke but more to the point that the clause means ALL marital assets, including quite literally to shirt off her back (and everything else she's wearing).
She's ordered by the court to strip naked or face prison. She is then forced to leave the courthouse and has to desperately try to avoid being seen (particularly by the press) as she makes her way home without any clothes, money or for that matter a key to the front door.
What happens to her on the way is up to you (sex is optional and by no means discouraged) just as long as she doesn't get any clothes before the very end at the earliest, she does not become an exhibitionist and overall the reader can enjoy her embarrassment rather than sympathising with her.
Though I'm happy for descriptions of certain scenes to be used to advance the plot rather than explicit detail, where dialogue is used, Option One of the below styles is preferred (keep in mind I'm not the writer here, this is merely an example of the styles and not of the type of writing).
"Please don't go. I love you," He pleaded.
"I have to go," she said with a shudder. "Please don't make this harder than it already is."
He pleaded with her not to go and told her he loved her. She said that she had to and asked that he not make it harder than it already was.
Also, no text speak is to be used. Proper grammar and punctuation (in either UK or US style) must be used at all times and at no point should the pronoun I be left uncapitalised.