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“Travis, what am I going to do with you?” I placed my hands on my hips and scolded him like he was a five-year-old.

“What?” He said around a mouthful of Hostess cupcake. “I can’t help it. You know this happens when we come to the grocery store.” He continued chewing and gave me his silly ass grin that I loved so much.

“Ugh.” I shook my head at him and blew out a breath then looked over at Nathan. “Not you too, Nathan.”

He had his arms elbows deep in a bag of chips. “I can’t help it. I’m hungry.” He proceeded to lift out a fist full of chips and stuffed them in his mouth. I wanted to be that chip. For him to devour me the way he did each bite that he took. My pussy clenched and I had to press my legs together to tamper down my desires.

“You guys are going to be the death of me.” I grabbed the shopping cart and started rolling it down the aisle. The damn thing didn’t want to cooperate. It had a wheel that screeched every time I pushed it. “Seriously this cart is making me crazy.” I stopped again.

“One of you two pigs need to push the cart or get me a new one.” They both looked at me and then each other. “Yes, that would mean one of you has to stop stuffing your face.”

“I’ll go get you another one. I’ll be right back.” Travis took off heading for the front of the store. It was just Nathan and me.

Nathan came over to me while I was having my mini meltdown over the cart and draped his arm around me. “Wanna chip?” He wiggled his eyebrows at me, and I frowned. “Why are you frowning.” He poked me in the rib, and I squealed.

“Stop, Nathan.” I began giggling, and he started tickling me in front of everyone while he roared with laughter and I prayed I wouldn’t pee my pants from laughing so hard. “You’re bad, mister. You’re lucky I love you so much.”

He stopped and got serious. “Really? How much do you love me?” He looked away when I stood there speechless holding my breath. “Nah forget it. Didn’t mean to put you on the spot.” He poked me in the rib again and our awkward moment was over. I wanted to rush into his arms and seal my lips against his and tell him I’d been in love with him since the first day I met him, but I knew I couldn’t do that.

“Back.” Travis bounded down the aisle with a new cart and an open gallon of milk in his hand. I gave him a death glare. He shrugged. “I couldn’t help it. I was thirsty.”

“Hey! Give me some of that.” Nathan grabbed the gallon of milk and took a long drink. I stood there and watched him. My throat went dry, and my nipples hardened under the lace cups of my bra at the site of his lips caressing the jug. I wanted those lips on mine and my entire body. God I craved his touch more than anything.

“Lex, what are you going to cook for dinner?” Travis asked and tried to turn on the boyish charm that went along with his good looks.

“Actually, I’m not. You two are on your own. I have a date tonight.” I continued to push the cart forward even though they were both rooted to the ground.

“You what?” Travis asked and ran up to me. “How am I going to eat tonight?” He gave me his puppy dog face—one that I had such a hard time resisting.

“It looks like it’s Ding Dongs and Twinkie city for you tonight.” I giggled and looked over my shoulder to see that Nathan was still standing there looking at me. I couldn’t place the look on his face, but something was off and I needed to figure it out.

He finally started to walk in our direction, and stopped me by placing his hand over mine. “You really have a date tonight?” He huffed out a breath and ran his hand through his hair.

“Yes, I really have a date tonight. I’m always home with you two and it’s about time. I’m getting sick of my B.O.B. or, as you two know it, my vibrator. I really need to get laid,” I said a little too loud and got a look from one of the blue haired shoppers that had more wrinkles than a Sharpei.

“I can help you with that, Lex. You don’t have to go on a date.” He was stone cold serious. His blue eyes had turned into rich pools of desire. A desire I wanted to dive right into. I loved his eyes, which were almost a steel blue. They were mesmerizing and did funny things to me when I looked at them. Like right now I was so lost in him.

“Don’t you mean
we
can help her with that?” Travis came up to me and wrapped an arm around my shoulder and wiggled his eyebrows. He was playful, and Nathan was completely serious. I noticed that the idea of the “we” didn’t bother him too much, which surprised me a little.

Nathan leaned down his mouth inches from my skin, his breath caressing it. “I’m totally serious, love. Nothing would make me happier.”

I stopped.

Stood.

Let out the breath that I was holding.

My eyes went round.

Then my breath hitched.

I glanced between the two of them.

Running a hand across my face I tried to take in what they were both saying.

That was my fantasy. It was every girl’s fantasy. I had always wanted to be with two guys and have a threesome. Thinking about it, I nearly had to press my legs together. I could feel my lady bits pooling with desire while my clit had a delicious ache. Then for Nathan to call me love. Wow. Did he feel the same way I felt about him? Was that even possible?

“Um.”

“What? Did we render you speechless Lex?” Travis asked and gave me a dopey grin. “Cause I think it would be one hell of a great time.”

Nathan growled, but I ignored him.

“As tempting as that offer is, I don’t want to screw up our friendships. We all get along so well, and we live together. Plus, this isn’t exactly the best conversation to be having in the middle of a grocery store.” I placed my hands on my temples and starting rubbing them. “I need time to think.”

“Okay. You think about it, but don’t leave us tonight. I need to eat.” Travis said after he took a sip of milk. “I’ll be right back.” Travis scurried away leaving Nathan and me alone.

“Since I’m not going to be home tonight, how about I make a big pot of my famous chicken tortilla soup tomorrow?” I offered to Nathan. I knew it was his favorite and a sure way to change the conversation and win him over.

“Sure,” he murmured.

We made our way over to the meat section and I started grabbing chicken for my soup. “There’s nothing on sale today. Damn it.” I looked down at my options.

“Well, we can split it between us.” Nathan suggested, but he was still being reserved and I didn’t understand it nor did I like it.

“No I’m cooking - my treat. I just don’t have a lot of money. They cut my hours back at the restaurant.”

“You know I make plenty of money. Why don’t you let me worry about it then? My treat, love.” I lifted my eyes to him, and he stared deeply into mine. We stood there lost in one another. I could barely breathe or even remember my own name I was so consumed and wrapped up in him.

“I’m back. Whatcha two getting?” Travis said as he shoved a bite of sandwich in his mouth.

I was quickly taken out of that moment, but still a bit out of sorts. “Huh?”

“You know...groceries. What’re you buyin?” He motioned to the cart.

“Oh.” I giggled. “Right the food. I’m gonna make chicken tortilla soup for tomorrow night since I’m going out on my date tonight and won’t be home to cook.” I watched as he devoured the sandwich and then pouted. I swore he was going to be five hundred pounds someday.

“What am I going to eat?”

“Told you already.” I pushed the cart towards the frozen section and grabbed a bottle of Hershey's syrup. Then I rolled up to the freezer with the ice cream and grabbed a gallon of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. “Okay, we need some bananas. I’m gonna make banana splits tomorrow night as well.”

“On it,” Travis said heading towards the produce. I watched him walk away. He had the perfect ass. Not too round and not too flat. I wanted to take a bite out of it, but knew I never would.

“So, I really can’t talk you into not going out on this date tonight? I told you I would take care of you.” Nathan pushed.

“Nathan, don’t you see? I want to be able to go on dates, to fall in love, and to get married someday. I don’t want to have a fuck buddy that feels obligated to take one for the team, because I’m sick of using my vibrator.” I said those words and they were exactly what I wanted from him. I was already in love, but I wanted him to love me back. To do nice things with me.

“I see,” he said carefully and then ran his hand across the back of his neck. “Who said I was just looking to take one for the team?”

I gasped. “Nathan,” I said rather breathlessly. He seemed like he wanted more and my hopes increased that we could be more than friends someday.

“Okay, I’m back,” Travis said as he held the bananas in front of his dick suggesting that the bananas were his hard on.

“Oh my God, give me those.” I snatched them out of his hand. “What am I going to do with you, Travis?”

“Tie me up and beat me senseless? Maybe a spanking or two?”

“You would like that, you perv?” I started pushing the cart.

“I would love it. I’m a total perv.” He chuckled.

I turned to Nathan to see he was eating a banana. “Nathan, you need to quit eating all the food.”

“Sorry.” he said and gave me a grin around his banana. “You know we can get freaky with our banana splits tomorrow night?” He suggested.

“You two only have one track minds I swear. Not happening.” I grabbed some ground sausage. “How about if I make my homemade marinara and ground sausage one day next week?” I looked between the guys.

“I’ll give you some sausage to fill your mouth, love,” Nathan said as he laughed.

“Nathan.” This time, I growled.

“What?”

“Don’t make me give you a spanking.” I winked at him, and he winked back.

“Oh, I would like that, love.” He leaned over and whispered in my ear his breath caressing the tender flesh sending a shot of desire to my pussy. “I’m dead serious. I wouldn’t be taking one for the team.”

 

“Alright, you two, how do I look?” I sashayed around them and turned from side to side.

“You look great, but your ass is hanging out of the back,” Travis said and laughed, and I could have sworn that I heard Nathan growl.

“Shit! Will one of you zip me up, please?” I looked between the two of them. Nathan quickly got to his feet and came up behind me. He placed his hand on my hip and gripped it, then ever so slowly he started zipping up my dress. He was so close I could feel his breath as it whispered against my skin, causing me to shiver at the contact. Just the one touch from him did funny things to my body. I craved him so much.

“Thanks.” Looking over my shoulder I saw him staring at my ass ogling me.

“Why don’t you stay with me tonight?” He said softly into my ear his breath tantalizing every nerve of my body. My panties flooded, and my nipples turned to hardened pebbles.

“Nathan.” My words came out barely above a whisper.

There was a knock on the door, and it quickly broke up our moment.

“I’ll get it,” Travis said as he climbed off the couch and headed to the door.

“Be nice,” I semi shouted looking back at Nathan. “You better be nice as well.” I pointed my finger at him.

“I’ll do my best.”

“Hi, I’m Bob you two must be the roommates?” Bob, my date, greeted everyone.

Travis began to laugh, like a full on belly laugh. I started to crack up too. Apparently, B.O.B. and Bob wasn’t lost on him. Imagine the irony. “Your name is really Bob?” Travis asked in between his fits of laughter. He looked at me, “That’s good Lex. Really good.”

I glanced over at Nathan to notice he wasn’t infected with the laughing bug. No, he had his arms crossed and his eyes narrowed. It was obvious to me that he was sizing up Bob. He came over to me. “Lex, can I talk to you for a minute?” He grabbed my arm, and we walked into the kitchen. “What are you doing with this guy? He’s not the one for you.”

“Then who is the one for me?” I narrowed my eyes at him. “Tell me. Give me a good reason to stay?”

He looked away blowing out a breath. It was like he was teetering on the edge, not sure exactly what he wanted to do. He didn’t want me, but he didn’t want me with anyone else. It was mind boggling and very frustrating.

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