I balance Lucas on one arm as I hit the door bell again. Lucas stumbles around as I move, and I catch him before he can fall.
I groan at Lucas's stupid and drunken state. The lights switch on inside his house, but before I can complain about Lucas's state, the small beauty who opens the door makes me go speechless.
"I'm so sorry, Sir. My deepest and most sincere apologies for making you wait", the frail thing says, before I can utter a word. She rushes to take Lucas from me and I snap out of my stupor, taking him inside by myself.
"Oh it's no issue", I say, looking back over my shoulder to catch another glimpse of the little beauty. She goes to say something, but is cut off when her father comes down stairs to take Lucas from me.
He thanks me and talks about something else, but I'm too focused on discreetly staring at Lucas's younger sister, Ellie, to hear. Once he goes to take Lucas's drunk self upstairs, it leaves me and Ellie alone.
She curtsies to me lowly, bowing her head, "My upmost apologies, Sir. I hope I haven't inconvenienced you anymore than you already are. Is there something I can get you, Sir?" She says, not looking up, or moving from her curtsies position.
"I'm alright thank you. It's really is no issue at all", I assure her, making her stand to her full, but short, stature.
Charlie, now of age, struggles to live up to be the amazing man his father is. Having grown up with the best father and dominant to learn from, he has a lot to grow up to.
Charlie's journey seems to become much more urgent though when he meets his friend's younger sister, Ellie.
Ellie, born and raised in a strict and traditional household, has been raised her whole life to serve. Charlie quickly falls head over heels for the devoted and innocent beauty.
Book 4 in the Saving Leah series.