Then Matilda whined by his feet, her white fur soaking wet. I noticed dark patches running through it, dripping off whatever Jack held in his arms. But I still couldn’t see it.
Any suggestion was fine by me. As long as I remained in this bubble of relaxation.I wouldn’t admit it to Tess, but this…it was exactly what I needed. Getting away from work, our house, the constant strain of our companies and charities. I couldn’t completely unwind, even here—responding to emails and constantly checking for any meltdowns that needed urgent attention. But the rest of it, I could trust to the legion of employees who hopefully knew how to do their damn job.
The ribbing from earlier was forgotten as we all ate in friendly company. Once our hunger was sated and the sun had risen enough to melt away the frost on the windowpanes, we sat back in drowsy happiness.Breakfast was cleared away while fresh lattes and macchiatos were delivered.Tess cupped her steamy caffeine with reverence, inhaling the coffee fragrance.
Sun streamed into the space, highlighting her golden hair, glowing on curls of gold and wheat. Her cheeks pinked with contentedness, and when she caught my eye, she blushed.Even now…after so many years, she still managed to stab me in the heart and grab my cock with a single glance.
I smiled, falling deeper into her spell, unable to look away. I drank in her dainty fingers around her glass, her lips pursing to blow on the hot froth, and the soft tendrils of hair dancing over her cheeks.
I loved how strong but feminine she was. I loved how innocent but kinky she ran. And I adored how she took nothing for granted. I didn’t know if it was her upbringing of being unwanted and ignored, but I surrounded her in decadence and wealth and she didn’t covet any of it.I know, Jack sighed apologetically. We’re just a little more sensitive than everyone else.
What was that, by the way? I looked back over at him.That look you had with Milo. You were like… I don’t know. Connected. A weird pang of envy stabbed at me that I tried to ignore. You guys aren’t like… lovers or something?
No, no, of course not! Jack laughed, and the clear sound of it made everything about me lighten and relax. But we are more ‘connected,’ I guess. Because I turned him, it makes us closer.I wasn’t sure how I felt about that, but I’d better hurry and get used to it because there’d be nothing I could do about. The one thing I knew for sure about vampirism is that it was permanent.