Under One Roof

By: Debbie Gordon



I’d opened myself up to this kind of physical altercation and if I hadn’t been wearing his shirt and spreading my legs on his desk, I doubt that this would’ve been happening. I couldn’t look at it that way. It was meant to be and that was the only way that I could look at it.

“I don’t care about any of that and the only thing I care about is if you can do it again… do it again…fucking again… YESSSSSSS.” This time, I concentrated on keeping myself in the moment and not allowing my body to shut down. It was an amazing episode and I was completely drained and there was nothing left in reserves. I was tempted to slip into the saddle and see what his size would do to stretch me wide open.

I touched it with my pussy lips and then looked at Callen and saw that he was sleeping. I wanted this a lot, but I wanted him to be here for it at the same time. The only way that was going to happen was if I were to wait and see if he came around again. It didn’t look like that was going to be possible.” While he was lying there with his cock completely hard and ready for action, I left him and went upstairs to collect my clothes.

When I came down, I had my shoes in my hand I went over to give him a quick peck on the cheek and then leaned down and kissed the tip of his cock. “I’m sorry, but it’s going to have to be another time.” I could almost see the disappointment and the eye was crying with his male cream slipping down the side. I scooped it up, tasted it and savored the moment, until next time we meet.

Over the next two days, I waited for Callen to approach me, but he didn’t. In fact, he went out of his way to be someplace else and it was starting to make me feel like I had done something wrong.

To take my mind off of things, I began to make a concentrated effort to be a better person. I took back those things that I had bought and just knowing a man like Callen had given me perspective into what really mattered. He was a single father and he was living with the knowledge that young Jamie would never see his mother again. It had to be daunting, even though Jamie was ready to move on, it didn’t appear that Callen was. He had said that he would remember in the morning, but I wasn’t quite sure that he did.

“I have to tell you that your father and I are very impressed by your change of attitude. You’re not condescending, overspending and I really do see the woman that had left here for college a year ago.” I was doing my best, but underneath, I was a scorned lover ready to blow up at a moment’s notice. “As a reward, we’re going to give you the place to yourself for the weekend. Your father has some business meeting and I’m going with him. I wasn’t going to, because I didn’t know if I could trust you to be here on your own, but now I don’t think I have anything to worry about.” Under any other circumstance, I would’ve gathered together all my friends and had a blowout bash that would be like a legacy I left behind.

“I’m just going to lounge around on the deck, read a book and enjoy my time off. You and father go and do what you need to do.” I was actually looking forward to a bit of solitude, but I wasn’t sure if I wanted that time to think about Callen or the way that he had left me hanging with uncertainties.

They did leave and I waved to them in the driveway, when I saw Callen coming home with Jamie. Jamie got out and made a mad dash across the street to me. I was terrified that he was going to get hit by a car, but I couldn’t stay mad at him, as he latched onto my leg and wouldn’t let go.

He had his hat over his eyes and I put my hand on his shoulders. I looked down into his eyes and I saw something that can only be described, as unconditional love. He really did have this attachment to me. I saw the shadow and I looked up into the eyes of Callen.

“I’m sorry about this, Camille, but he really does have a mind of his own. I’ve taught him over and over again that he should look both ways before crossing the street, but he apparently forgot all that when he saw you. I guess I can’t blame him, because you are a vision in loveliness.” It was my time to shut him down and I had erected a wall that was going to be impossible for him to get through with mere words.

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