“Oh.” I looked away from him, jealousy filling me.
“You’re not upset, are you?” His eyes peered at me. “You can’t think I don’t have sex?”
“I didn’t know you were sleeping around.”
“I haven’t slept with anyone since I’ve met you.”
“That was two weeks ago.”
“I’m not a monk, Katie.” He sat on the bed. “I like sex. We’re adults, it’s not a crime.”
“I know.” I nodded.
“If it makes you feel better, I don’t want to sleep with anyone else.” He smiled and kissed me hard. “I know we’ve only been seeing each other for two weeks, but let’s see how it goes. I think we could have something special.”
“Okay.” I nodded, feeling slightly happy again.
“So we agree not to sleep with anyone else, right?”
“Right.” I nodded again and he kissed me hard. He ripped open the condom packet and slid it onto his cock quickly, before lowering himself down onto me, allowing his chest to crush down on my breasts. “Wrap your legs around my waist.” He commanded me and I did so eagerly. I felt the tip of his cock at my entrance and I gasped, waiting for him to finally enter me. “Oh, God, you’re so wet.” He groaned as he slowly entered me. I felt myself contract against him as he entered me, and for one brief second I was scared that it was going to hurt. “Oh, Katie.” He groaned and he started moving his body slowly, his cock pushed into me hard and I cried out as I felt a brief shot of pain. He looked at me with a confused and dazed look in his eyes and I closed my eyes and moved underneath him.
“Fuck me, Brandon.” I cried out and he continued moving and increasing his speed until he was sliding in and out of me smoothly. I held onto him tightly as our bodies danced to their own rhythm. My breasts bounced against his chest and his hands clasped mine as he continued making my body his.
“Open your eyes.” His voice was commanding and I opened them slowly and saw him staring into mine. “I want to see your expression as we come together.” He continued moving against me and I felt myself about to explode when his body started shuddering and he groaned out. I climaxed then, and I held him to me tightly as our bodies quaked together and he fell down on top of me. He rolled over to the right and he gave me a lazy smile after a few minutes. “That was amazing.” His fingers traced the lines around my nipples as he slowly withdrew his cock from me and slipped the condom off. “Are you a virgin, Katie?” He looked up at me slowly, with a question in his eyes.
“No.” I shook my head.
“Really? I could have sworn you were a virgin, the way you reacted when I entered you, and I felt like I was breaking through your hymen.”
“You asked if I am, but I’m not any longer.” I smiled up at him and leaned over to kiss his lips. My body was tired and satiated and there was nothing that was going to ruin this moment for me.
“Ah, you tricky girl.” He laughed and then sighed as he pulled me towards him. “Why didn’t you tell me?”
“I didn’t want you to think I was.” I bit my lip.
“Oh, Katie.” He whispered against my hair. “Thank you for allowing me to make love to you, I hope it was all you had hoped for.”
“It was better than I had hoped for,” I mumbled, and his eyes lit up with pride as he lay back with me cuddled into him.
“I’m so glad that I met you, Katie Raymond.”
“Me too, Brandon Hastings.” I kissed his chest and we both fell asleep.
“Excuse me, Ma’am, are you lost?” The front desk clerk walked towards the elevator and stared at me.
“It’s just that you’ve ridden up and down in the elevator for the last ten minutes.”
“Oh, sorry.” I blushed. “The purple lights just made me remember something.”
“Okay,” the lady gave me a strange look. “You’re on the sixth floor, if you forgot.”
“Yeah, thanks.” I pressed the button again and shook my head. “Focus, Katie, focus.” I mumbled to myself. Now was not the time to relive my memories of Brandon Hastings. He hated me and I hated him, and I was praying that if he saw me, he wouldn’t remember who I was. It didn’t matter how great it had been when we first started dating. It didn’t matter that his touch made my whole body melt. It was over. He had broken my heart and if I wasn’t careful, he was going to ruin my business career as well.
I walked out of the purple-lit elevator and to my room reluctantly. I didn’t want to be here. I didn’t want to be reminded of Brandon. Not now. Not when everything in my life was finally getting better. I had even started dating a new guy just before I had gotten the job. He was a nice guy as well. Matt was someone I could see myself with in a serious relationship. He was safe and I knew he really liked me; it didn’t matter that he didn’t set my heart on fire like Brandon had. I was older and wiser now. I knew what real love was. What Brandon and I had was a fantasy; a fantasy built on lies, and when it had all come crashing down it had nearly broken me. I wasn’t going to let myself dwell on the past. I couldn’t allow myself to go down that road again.