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Authors: S. W. Frank

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You’re my
honey

oh…um
mmmm

we’re
forever Alfonzo…I 
love you
so much…
honey…love you…yes

always…oh…yessssss
s
.

He smiled, because he felt the same way and experienc
ed an explosi
ve release
f
rom
his
groin
that branched to every nerve ending
.
His j
aw clenched from the force which rendered him immobile
until the shocks subsided
.


Goddamn! Babe, you’re masturbating turned me on!’

Spent, he
lowered
himself
to her glistening body
and gave her a
tongue filled kiss, then slumped
to the mattress.
Once he caught his breath,
he
s
hared his thoughts aloud,

I love you babe
.”

“Ummm…me too,” was the gratified response.

Years hadn’t lessened the intensity of
his
emotions
. He
remained as excited as a boy. They’d entered another phase in their relationship, one of renewal and maturity built on a stronger foundation. Amity heightened the sexual gratification and every minute together was orgasmic paradise, because what they almost lost may have been the worse tragedy of all. Loving her
brought
euphori
a
. He needed it after
war.

During the
intima
te
moment,
he
had a
notion
to
bypass dating and
pop the question
.
Except,
his
cell
illuminated
to
halt
the
impulsive thought
. It was a sign to exercise patience and not rush
ahead.
S
elange
deserved
the
whirlwind courtship and flattery
. He planned to do
every
thing
he
should
’ve done
to secure
her
heart –and
continue
do
ing
if he
were
really
smart.

The
cell
gave a v
erbal
announcement
of the hour and he knew it was time to go.

Alfonzo
sighed,

Alrighty then
,”
before the
well-
conditioned torso
flexed forward. He stood and gave her nice ass a
slap
.
“Go
ing
out. Get some sleep
.

“Hurry home
.

He teased,

¿
Por qué
?

He started to
work his brain out of
its
softened state
. A potent
distraction
like Selange in his head
might
get him killed
. He began to
mentally block out
any vulnerabilities in preparation for the impending
job
.

Giuseppe, the hot-head didn’t want to send an eliminator, he wanted hands-on.
Alfonzo had more at stake if anything went wrong.
He had a family and an upcoming court date for charges that could put him away for life. Sure, he called in debts and fattened accounts, but nothings
ever a
guarantee
when you deal with fickle ass motherfuckers who could get a sudden change of heart and
do a
flip-flop.

His eyes descended to the bed
.
S
elange
elevated
her
head
to flirt
,
“Because I love you and so does my
extremely saturated
punany
.”

“A
w
shit
,
that’s definitely a reason to come back!”
He
exclaimed then chuckled because she made him feel super-
good. He
bent and
kissed
her
perky nipple
then stretched it during
the
release.

I am
blessed
.

H
er
eyes
were sparkly,
“And so am I
,”
she said opening and c
los
ing
her
legs
playfully for him to see the
viscous moisture clinging to her inner thighs.

“Damn babe, you
might need
a mop.” He teased
.

She
jumped out of bed and he ran
away
. He
dodg
ed her, feinting left and right, jumping over the bed and glancing to see her leaping like a sprinter with her tits bouncing up
and down
. He laughed when she cried,
“Come
and
lick it off!”

He suddenly stopped, caught her around the waist and hoisted her into the air, marched her to the bed and let her ass drop.
She bounced then sprawled out laughing and he shook his head. “Now I see where Allie gets
the running from. Geo’s right you are
the
female
version of
Forest Gump.”

“I
almost
caught you
.”


Yeah, right
!

Alfonzo said with a twist of his cocky mouth and t
hen he reminded her, “Don’t forget we’re officially,” and
coughed
to muffle
the word
, “
dating
.
When we get home I’m taking you out.

She
star
ed
at him with such love, he almost decided to say fuck it and
return to bed. In
stead, he barreled out his chest in determination
.
Giuseppe would probably do something stupid
. To avoid future regret, he thought it best to
tag along
.

Okay
mujer
, time for me to
go
or I’ll never leave
.
I
’ll be back,
t
e
prometo amor!


Yo sé
,” she whispered and her eyes were polished mirrors reflecting her
trusting
soul,
but what he didn’t see was the inner turmoil raging
. She fought a battle with her conscience and almost divulged that Giuseppe was his brother
.
She held her tongue
because there were
rules among the wives
concerning
each other’s
personal affairs
. She’d
taken
the
oath
, but
considering
the
internal
conflict it caused, she planned to speak with Sophie.
She had to give notice, this confidence concerned Alfonzo and she would not keep such a lie between them. She refused to lose Alfonzo for a second time.
She sighed lovingly
,

Go take care of business
.

 

 

CHAPTER THREE

 

 

Geovonna climbed out of bed
clutching
the
sheet around her and
follow
ed G
iuseppe to the bathroom
,
talking at his back
the entire way,
and asking questions
he refused to answer.

“Do you love me Geo?”

He turned on the shower. Geovonna’s voice
began
to grate on his nerves. If only she could stay quiet and look beautiful, then perhaps he might reconsider ending their platonic relationship.

Why
d
id the
women always want commitment
when he’d told them he was not the one woman kind?

She dropped
the
sheet on the marble floor and opened the glass doors and stepped inside,
putting a
hand on his
injured arm. She traced the side of the long wound with a finger,
“I love you Geo, we are a perfect fit.”

“Why is that?” He asked as
he soaped his armpits then between his thighs to wash her away.
“Because our names begin with a G?” He laughed.

“No, silly,” her hand rubbed his firm
ass, squeezing it like
dough as if she were making
pizza
.
“We understand one another.”

“We do?”

“Yes. I understand the responsibility you carry
. A
loving home with children and a wife is quiet
to
a man’s soul.”

Giuseppe chuckled at her statement, “Then you do not know me Geovonna. I swear you must have me confused with my cousin Alfonzo. Why not try your speech on him and see if he’s moved by your willingness to fulfill the role of
a wife
?”

“Do not
make
fun
at
me Geo.”

“Why not?”

“Because…” she stepped back as he ducked his head beneath the pulsing jets then shook water everywhere before rinsing down his body and stepping around her as if she weren’t there. “Geo…Geo!”

He
tied the
large fluffy towel around his waist and smirked, “After your shower, leave. I am sure your family wonders where their grieving Geovonna
has gone
. For someone who lost her father, you seem not to care.”

She stepped under the water and used his soap, rubbing it boldly between her thighs, “Isn’t death the reality of life, should I cry myself blind to prove I cared?”

“A tear would be
nice;
it would show your humanity.”

She held her face under the water then smiled, “See Geo, the water coming from my eyes
. Is
this
what
men
must
see from women,
yet they hide their tears from the world?

“Geovonna, you never cease to amaze me. Perhaps, it’s best if you do not speak. I prefer
the language of your body it’s much softer.”

She turned off the water and opened the doors. “Good, then let us speak with our bodies
.

Her hands
removed his
towel and she dropped
with it to the floor. He smirked at her
worship
position and widened his stance when she stroked his sack like a bag of pearls. He rose in response
, e
rect and firm. When
her mouth
formed an O then took hold of
him
with tender loving care
. H
e inhaled. T
he erotic nature in which she manipulated him with her fingers while giving head was expert quality. He could not deny the young woman possessed skill and if not for her
constant calls and proclamations of love, he may have allowed her to stay more nights
in his bed.

She was good,
he admitted. In a
short time
s
he
had him thrusting and grabbing fistfuls of her hair, causing him to ache until he
combust
. Then she
licked and
sucked and
swallowed every ounce of his cum.

He left her kneeling on the floor
once done
and walked away. “
E 'stato bello. Grazie. Arrivederci!

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