Chapter 93

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My little lover boy is in LA for a couple days and he wants to hang out. I decided to do it because I feel like I owe him an explanation for the way I just left his house without saying anything.

After I left the employee meeting at the store, I went to the restaurant where I was supposed to be meeting Colin. I went inside and saw him sitting at a booth, where he was taking a picture with a little girl. I waited until they were done before walking over.

"What's up fool," I said, playfully slapping his arm.

"Hey." He stood up and looked me up & down before giving me a hug. He ran his hand up my skirt and I pushed his hand down.

Maybe I should've changed before I came here.

He finally let me go, and we sat down.

"I missed you," he said.

"Dude, I just saw you two weeks ago."

"I know, but you did just leave without saying anything. I thought I did something wrong."

"You didn't. I kinda had an emergency to take care of, so I had to rush back home."

"Is everything okay now?"

"I think so."

"That's good. I was starting to think you didn't like what I did for you," he said with a smirk.

"Nah. I enjoyed that," I smirked back.


"Yep," I said, looking down at the table.

He got up from his side of the table so he could sit next to me.

"What are you doin' Colin?"

"I wanna sit next to you."

"How are we supposed to hold a conversation if you're not sitting across from me?"

He put his arm around me and ignored my question. "You look very pretty today."

"Thank you."

He rubbed my inner thigh and stared at me.

"Why are you looking at me like that?" I asked.

"You're just really pretty, that's all," he said, smiling a little.


"What?" he said, kissing my cheek, "I can't give you a compliment?"

He kissed down my neck as his hand inched up my thigh. You know, I think Colin thinks he's my boyfriend.

"Chill," I said, moving away from his lips, "we're in public."

"Then I'll wait until we're alone."

I shook my head at him and looked down at the menu. I forgot we were in a restaurant for a minute.

"So are we gonna get to finish what we started a couple weeks ago?" he asked, pulling me back toward him.

"I don't know. If you act right, then I'll think about it."

"You know -"

"Shh." I shut him up because our waiter was coming and I was not having this conversation in a restaurant.


After we ate, and after Colin tried to feel me up some more, we left.

"You should come with me back to my room," he suggested as he walked me to my car.

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