Sunday, April 23, 2017
bitty words #13
I echoed his sentiments in a dreamy tone, too gloriously satisfied to say more.
"No," he sat up and looked at me in the dusky light from the open bedroom door. "Like, so much better than I remembered it. And I remembered it being pretty good."
I giggled. "I'm not sure if I should be flattered or offended. Both I guess, since both times were me."
"Stop, I didn't mean it like that. It's a compliment." He seemed to have missed my giggle and playful tone.
"It's okay. I'm not offended." I leaned over and kissed him on the cheek. "You were really great, too."
He all but growled as he caged himself over me. "Think I can be really great, twice in a row?"
I didn't have a chance to answer him as his mouth crashed into mine, demanding and urgent. I pressed one hand against the smooth skin of his chest and threaded the other through his Adonis curls.
As we came up for air, I whispered between kisses on his neck. "Don't disappoint me now."
He laughed and rolled onto his back, taking me with him. Looking up at me, his smile was almost sinister. He had definitely accepted my challenge.
A shiver of anticipation ran through me before we attacked each other again.
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