He pulls out and his cum drips from my opening onto the couch.
He leans over and brushes the hair off my face. “I can’t believe I get to have you all to myself. I’m the luckiest man alive,” he says.
I lay there, basking in the afterglow of having sex with the most beautiful man I’ve ever met. He’s going to be my husband. That thought no longer scares me. Not with Heath. He’s changed everything. I never thought I would ever wear a wedding ring again, or pledge myself to anyone and now I can’t wait to walk down that aisle and be Mrs. Heath Starre.
He stays on top of me, brushing my sweaty hair out of my face. He kisses my forehead, the tip of my nose, my chin, my lips.
“I’m going to be the perfect wife for you,” I tell him.
“I know. You’re already perfect.”
“I can’t believe this is real. I didn’t think I could every love someone as much as I love you.”
“I feel the same way. Before I met you I was sure I would be alone forever. I wasn’t about to enter some loveless marriage like my friends. I can’t wait to start my life with you and have a family.”
The way he’s looking at me makes my heart feel like it’s going to burst, and the mention of a family, I don’t know why, but that part didn’t occur to me until just now.
“You want kids?” I ask. It surprises me a little. He lives this high-powered, structured life. It never occurred to me that he might want children. I bet he would be a great dad.
“With you, absolutely. My dad wasn’t there when I was growing up. Most the time I can’t understand why he even bothered. I’m going to change that. My son or daughter is going to have all the love in the world with two parents who adore each other.”
I tear up. I can’t help it. “I want that too,” I say.
He gives me a devilish grin. “Maybe we should start trying now.”
“Absolutely,” I tell him as he slips back inside of me for another round.
Heath is full of surprises. Before the wedding he flew my parents in. They were shocked, to say the least, when they found I was getting married. Luckily Heath filled them in about everything, how it was all supposed to be fake, but then we fell in love. It didn’t take my mom long to be smitten by Heath. She’s upset I didn’t tell her, but she understands. I’m so happy to have my best friend and my family at my wedding. This day couldn’t get any better.
But it seems it could get worse …
As I’m walking into the hotel room to get dressed, I’m cornered by the twins and Heath’s parents.
“What is this all about?” Heath’s mother says to the twins. She and Heath’s father both look nervous and I realize this is some kind of set up from the twins. They’re up to something. They want to sabotage my wedding and this time I don’t have Heath to back me up. Where’s Mandi when I need her? She has a knack for talking herself out of any situation. It looks like I’m on my own and I’m not sure what to do.
“I’d like to know the same thing,” I say, even though I already know what this is about. Now I have to figure out a way to get myself out of it. These two little trolls aren’t going to ruin my wedding day or my happiness with Heath. Not if I can help it.
“I guess if Heath isn’t going to say anything, we will,” Arora says.
“Say what?” Heath’s dad says, annoyed. He’s a handsome older man and has aged well. It’s like looking at Heath in the future. I just hope Heath isn’t as stern, though I doubt he will be. The person I’ve come to know and love might be hard on the outside—in more ways than one—but he’s a big teddy bear within and I don’t see that changing anytime toon.
“Sylph was married before. She’s been lying to everyone this entire time,” Theo says.
Heath’s mom looks at her children, then at me. “Is this true?”
I stand tall and hold my head up. I’m not going to let those punk twins make me feel guilty for a mistake I made when I was eighteen. Especially when it wasn’t my fault the marriage ended. I did nothing wrong. I tried to be a good wife, but I was hit in return. No one is going to shame me for that.