She loved kids so much.
“How is your little dating thing going with Pie?” Holly asked, stepping back to click away again at the tables.
The spread of food looked really good.
“Not well, to be honest. It’s been a few weeks since either of us went on any date. I don’t think he’s the best guy to pick to help me with this anyway.”
“How come?” Mary asked.
“He seems to think guys that study ants are what I’m looking for.”
“It’s not?” Holly asked.
“No. Please don’t take offense, but I want what you ladies have.” She looked at all three of the old ladies. “I know the club can be a bit of a handful at times, but it’s not what I mean. Your men, they look at you as if you’re the only woman in the world, and I like that. I want to be the only woman for the man I find.”
“Are you sure it has to be a man?” Zoe asked.
Lindsey chuckled. “Yes, I’m sure. I love women and all, but that’s just a bit of fun, you know. It’s not what I really want.”
“What about you and Pie?” Holly asked.
“What about it?”
“You two are very close, and you’re, like, glued together most of the time. He’s not been with any of the women at the clubhouse.”
Lindsey smiled. “Nah, he’s looking for his woman, and I’m not it.” She felt all three women’s eyes on her. “What?” she asked.
“Nothing, but it’s true what they say. Some people can be so blind,” Holly said, winking at her.
“I have no idea what that means.”
“It’s fine. It’ll work out in the end.” Holly stepped back. “I’m so hungry right now.”
“Let’s eat then, or at least try something.” Lindsey was all for eating. She stepped forward and took a chicken wing that totally had her name all over it. Taking a bite, she closed her eyes and moaned. There was spice and flavor and just so much juiciness. Within seconds she had finished and taken another. “You girls, it’s a shame you’re taken because I’d so want to marry the both of you.”
“We are taken.” Mary hugged her close. “But you can come around anytime.”
“I don’t annoy you too much?” Lindsey asked.
“Just a little but that’s okay. You’re a good one, I know, I can tell,” Holly said, pointing the camera their way and taking a snap. “You’re part of our little clan, Lindsey. You even came to the Billionaire Bikers’ picnic, and that shit was tense.”
“You shouldn’t have pissed off Angel,” Mary said. “She was nice.”
Angel was The Skulls Prez’s old lady and had a reputation for being one of the nicest women in the club.
“Yeah, well, we’d never be friends anyway, so there’s no point in worrying about that. We need to get this food covered, and we’re going to need to snap the ice cream as we serve and do it pretty quickly,” Holly said.
Zoe held her hands up and asked Lindsey to keep on holding John. Lindsey had no problem with that, and walked around the yard, showing him some of the plants, and pointing out a few caterpillars, and other stuff that might interest a boy.
“I don’t think Zoe will love that,” Pie said. “What will you do when he has an entire insect collection in his bedroom?”
“She’ll thank me that he wants to help save the planet by learning all the animal species,” she said.
Pie wasn’t wearing his leather cut but a white vest that showed off his muscular arms, which were covered in ink.
Her pussy grew wet just by looking at him. He was so handsome but sexy along with it. The epitome of a bad boy.
“I thought you had club business to do,” she said.
“I did, and that’s all done, and I can move on.”
“Cool. Missed you.”
“I see you’re on babysitting duty. The shit storm you got the last time didn’t bother you?”
She thought about Kasey’s son, Liam, and how he seemed to enjoy making a mess with lots of bowel movements. She burst out laughing. She couldn’t help it. To her, it had been so funny.
“What can I say, I happen to love making a mess. I don’t know. Look at how cute they are.” She tilted her body so that Pie could look. “Don’t you want kids one day?”
“An entire flock of them, I guess.”
She glanced up at him. “What?”
“I’d love to have a bunch of little kids running around. It could be fun, you know. I love kids.”
“Yes. What’s wrong?”
“Oh, nothing. Just, you know, being weird.”
He chuckled. “You can keep on being weird.”
“Hey, why don’t you two pose for the camera?” Holly said, coming out.
“Okay.” Pie stepped behind her. His hand rested on her waist, and she smiled at Holly, who was snapping away. “Do I get to see?” Pie asked.
“Not yet you don’t. You both look cute though. Like you were meant for each other.” Holly winked at her, and Lindsey chuckled, smiling up at Pie.