as-sistant girlfriend episode 7

as-sistant girlfriend episode 7
Truly how did it happen? I had been inti-mate with Mark and Jack a number of times but we had been careful enough to use protec-tion, except, except that one time when we ended up with a damaged French letter…
I had just seen my friend’s b©dy being covered in the hospital after the doctor certified him dead. His mother’s screams echoed in my mind as I walked home, dazed. Richa-rd , Richa-rd , his name over and over again.
He had been an only child, the apple of his parents eye and the light of their life. Cirrhosis, the liver disease that had wreaked havoc on his kidney and caused him to shed most of his weight, had finally killed him. His kidney transplant hadn’t made matters any better and now despite the millions spent on his health, he was gone.
His mother had lost a son but I had lost a dear friend. Despite our prayers and endless vigils, he was dead. I went to my room still in shock and proceeded to bawl my eyes out until Kelvin c@m£.
He wanted to return a book he’d borrowed and was shocked to see me in such a sorry state. He proceeded to comfort me and gathered me in his arms like a baby. I held on to him and cried and it felt so good. His che-st felt so warm and firm and his hands stro-king my hair consoled me.
He allowed me cry and thereafter proceeded to tell me jokes to distract me. Before long we were laughing together. He soon st©pped and seemed to be aware of my face staring up at him, my eyes dancing in merriment and myl-ips just inches away from his jaw. We were half seated on the be-d and I was still snuggled in an embr@ce with him.
He bent lower and claimed myl-ips with his and though I was astounded at first, I soon returned his k!ss. His hands sli-pped un-derneath my blouse and his f!ngerspushed up my br@ and tugged at my n!ppl!s. He dis£ngaged hisl-ips from mine and slowly moved down my n£¢k, leaving a trail of k!sses on my ear and slender n£¢k. He soon replaced his f!ngerson my n!ppl!s with his teeth, a fire raged within me and within seconds my p@n-ties were we-t.
It had been two months since I’d been with any man. That was the longest time I’d ever stayed celibate since I lost my vir-ginity to Mark. I couldn’t deny being attra-cted to Kelvin from the first day we met but I was finding it difficult to let myself go in his arms. My mind panicked, Kelvin wasn’t just any guy, he was Jack’s brother and despite our differences, Jack didn’t deserve to be treated this way.
I froze my m0@n ing and Kelvin seemed to s-en-se my withdrawal. He st©pped and looked at me.
“Jack right?”
I nodded. He sighed and let go of me.
I shook my head, the tears burning beneath my eyelids. “I’m not pregnant mom. I’m not”
“Yes you are Dora. You’re as pregnant as pregnant is. There’s no half-pregnant.”
And truly I was pregnant but I hesitated to tell her who was responsible. I had conducted my affairs in secret, satisfied that I would never be found out and it won’t happen again. But fate had something else in sto-re for me, for us.
When I told him about the child what would he do? We were both so young and had our lives before us. A baby would ruin the plans especially a baby that had been borne out of an abominable de-sire. My mind went back to that afternoon.
“Do you think he loves you?”
“Yes, I mean, I don’t know but I know I can’t do this to him, not again, not with you. Its so wrong.”
“But I love you.”
I stared at him dumb struck as he told me all of it. How he had felt for me from the first day. His sadness at the cruelty of fate that had made me end up with his brother instead of him. All the drama I’d gone throu-gh with Mark that only riled him, he knew about it because I told him. He’d always thought there was something terribly wrong with him for desiring his brother’s girlfriend but he didn’t care. He loved me unashamedly.
But I wasn’t having any of it – a destined for failure relationsh!pshrouded in secrecy and guilt. A roving fire of pas-sion and lvst bound to leave everyone burned out. An abominable liaison – or so I thought.
He shut my arguments with a soft k!ssthat made my br@in turn to mush. All of a sudden I couldn’t remember what it was we were arguing about again. His ton-gue probe-d dee-per into the recesses of my mouth, seeking, demanding and I gave my all and some. His tempo increa-sed to fever pitch as I encouraged and urged him along and soon we were buck n-ked.
“No it can’t be him!” Common s-en-se had warned me. “Anyb©dy else but him.”
But my b©dy proved a traitor when my ha-rd trembled and s£nt slivers of plea-sure when he s—-d at them. Common s-en-se was eroded over pas-sion when he s£nt two f!ngersinto me and drew them out we-t. I was re-ady for him long before he moved over me, and when he entered me I let out a long, satisfied sigh of completion. I m0@n ed as he t—-t slowly de-ep inside me and moved my h!ps in rhythm with his.
I was being carried to heights I’d never dreamed of before. The pain and regrets seemed infinitesimal to this. Surely something this right couldn’t go wrong, or so I hoped, as I rode on gloriously to an earth-shattering c—-x.