Page 16 of Sweet Revenge

Ted was leaning over me now, his lips right by my right ear where he kept kissing me and whispering sexy things to me. It was working. I was getting so worked up. A heavy orgasm was eminent.

“Are you going to come good for me?” He grunted. “I want to feel it… oh, baby… that pussy is so tight. You want to make it tighter? I’m going to wear it out…”

I wanted to respond to his sweet, dirty talk, but I was too out of breath. The pleasure coursing through my body had basically tightened my throat to the point that I could barely groan or even gasp. Every time I thought a word might come out, it was quickly replaced with a loud groan escaping from my chest and through my voice with no consideration on my part.

He was pounding harder into me then. Ted was no longer pulling all the way in and out. He was performing the motions rapid fire, keeping most of his dick buried inside of me while he moved it back and forth. It was working. I was almost there. I knew it was going to happen and it was going to happen fast.

“There it is!” Ted moaned.

I felt his orgasm blasting into me. It was a viciously huge load that filled me up and began to drip out of me within seconds. Something about the way his cock was quivering as he let go his wad into my pussy set off my own explosion of an orgasm.

After it was over we both lay there just relaxing and being with each other.

It was the most satisfying sexual experience of my life and I couldn’t wait to do it again, after we’d both recuperated that was.

I knew that this had changed things between us, whether we wanted them to or not, and I was fine with that. Yes, it was too soon to have these feelings I was having, but I wasn’t afraid of them. I wasn’t embarrassed of them. It sounded crazy but I knew how I felt and I knew what I wanted.

And I believed that Ted felt the same way.

“I love you,” I said.

The words just slipped out of my mouth and I made no attempt to try to hold them back. I didn’t mean to say it right then, but there it was. And it was alright. I was fine with it. I didn’t need for Ted to say it back. In fact, if he’d laughed at me and told me I was crazy, I wouldn’t have felt bad about it. I meant what I said and I had put it out into the universe. I considered myself brave and open. That was the way I’d always strived to be in my life and I wasn’t about to change my ways now.

Ted looked over at me. I was lying on top of him on the couch, a blanket draped over our naked bodies. He had a soft, natural expression on his face as if he wasn’t at all surprised that I’d said that to him.

“Really?” Ted asked. “Do you mean that?”

I smiled and kissed him. “With all my heart. As a matter of fact, I think I’ve been waiting for you all of my life.”

Ted smiled and kissed my forehead. “I love you, too.”

Hearing those words come from his lips was the sweetest music to my ears. I’d always dreamt of finding my prince this way, of having that whirlwind romance that you saw in Hollywood movies. Why did that stuff only happen in the movies? I didn’t think it was out of reach to want that in your own life.

I’d finally found it and I was embracing it. No matter what, I wasn’t going to let anyone tell me that I was wrong for falling in love so quickly.

It was real; I could feel it.

Chapter Six


The water covered my head drowning out the sound of the roaring world around me. I loved it there. The peace, the total serenity, and the limited range of senses that the human body was able to feel—all of it reset my mind and my body to get them working together again in perfect harmony.

Swimming had been a part of my daily routine for several years. It was a perfect way to exercise the body in a stress free, impact free environment, and it involved all of the muscles of the body in one continuous, fluid motion. While I was moving from side to side in the large, Olympic sized swimming pool my gym offered, I was able to let my mind go free. It was almost a Zen-like meditation on my part, like Tai Chi underwater. That’s how I liked to think of it. Swimming kept me grounded, focused, and charged up for the day ahead. It brought everything in my life together and I owed a lot to the consistency of the practice.

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