Title: A Satisfactory Business
By: Bridget McKennitt
Word Count: 300 (100x3)
Challenge: supernatural100's prompt mirror
Contains: No warnings in as far I know that can't be extrapolated from the header itself.
Disclaimer: Supernatural is owned by Eric Kripke and other companies. They are used here without permission, and for entertainment purposes only. No challenge or infringement upon the copyright is intended, nor should any be inferred.
Bela wasn't vain. She knew she looked good. That still did not stop her from taking a long look in the mirror whenever she had the chance. Today's meeting was with an important client and she could not look anything less than professional.
With one last brush through her locks, she placed the brush down and left her apartment.
The client in question was one Jo Harvelle, a hunter and a daughter of hunters. While normally Bela hated anything to do with hunters, for Jo she could make an exception.
She always had a soft spot for a pretty blonde.
"I need an amulet with fire protection woven into it."
Bela watched as Jo fiddled with her hands. She half suspected that if Jo wasn't trying to impress her with her fancy suit, she would be fiddling with her hair or a gun.
"The strongest you can find. I'm going after something that likes it hot."
"Don't we all?" she murmured. "It shall take at three days for me to get a hold of something like that. In the meantime, care for a drink?" She poured two glasses and handed one to Jo. "To a successful venture. Cheers."
Successful venture, indeed, Bela thought as she pushed Jo onto her bed. The hunter writhed on the silk sheets, stripping her clothes off. Bela looked up at the mirror hanging on the ceiling and smirked. This was going to be a fun night.
"I don't normally do this," Jo began. She licked her lips and Bela bent low to kiss them shiny.
"Darling, I don't care what you do outside of here. Right now, I just want to get you naked and coming under my fingers and tongue. Think you can handle that?"
Jo flipped their positions and straddled Bela.
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