I stare out the window of the taxi car, as he swerves in and out of lanes. When he, for the first time, slowly stops, I blink a few times to see we are here. I give him a fifty and thank him. I slip out, sliding on my shades. Though it was only October today was an amazingly hot day. I walk up to the front door of the huge glass condo building. The doorman walks around in the lobby.
“Good afternoon, ma’am,” he smiles warmly at me, appreciating my curves as his eyes sweep slowly down my body.
I slowly take my sunglasses off, giving him a pointed look knowing he was checking me out. “Hi, may you please call up to 425, Jayson Peters,” I ask with a devious smile.
He pauses, before quickly rushing to call up. “Yes, she’s hot,” he murmurs into the phone a few seconds later.
I smirk, shaking my head at Jay’s way of knowing it was me. “Go on up, Miss Ayranna.” He presses the elevator button and it opens up for me.
Just as it starts to close, I purr, “Thank you.” I press the fourth button. I watch as his face turns crimson before the elevator door closes. I chuckle lightly just as I step off on the fourth floor. I find his condo easily, his door is open and he stands there smiling brightly at me as he watches me walk up to him smiling.
In high heels, I don’t have to stand on my tippy toes. I kiss his cheek. “Afternoon,” I murmur warmly.
He inhales my perfume and sighs drawing me in to his arms swiftly. He kisses me long and deep, full of hunger.
“Let’s not get ahead of ourselves,” I whisper, in that insane husky voice that makes his legs tremble. I smile loving the affect I have on him.
He runs his warm soft lips along my jaw. My eyes flutter closed as I sigh. He smirks, “Now who’s not playing fair?”
I chuckle darkly, “I never promised to go by the rules Jay.”
He laughs quietly at this as he slowly steps back to go inside his condo, “Let me go get ready.” He stares into my eyes, “How am I supposed to stay in a room alone with you?”
“I know a few ways,” I smirk. “But right now, we should be going.” I press my lips on his ear. “Or your family will be very upset if we show up late… Or not at all.”
He groans and presses his bulk that pokes out of his pants. “You make me feel like a horny teenager,” he accuses me with a chuckle.
“I’m honored,” I whisper at his ear.
He groans again and kisses me once before walking me into the living room. He leaves me there as he goes off to the right to his bedroom. I smile, taking a seat on one of his leather couches. I can hear him in the other room, trying to quickly get ready.
He returns looking breathtaking in his Ralph Lauren black dinner suit. He is combing back his beautiful full hair and tying it back in a ponytail at the nape of his neck.
“What happened to that haircut you were talking about,” I ask standing up slowly. His eyes are devouring me as I move.
“I could care less what my family thinks about my hair,” he says quietly. “How was your trip?”
I laugh, “Let’s not ruin the moment.”
He frowns and kisses my jaw, “I swear I’ll beat up any—”
“Guy that touches me,” I smirk. “No, you won’t. I’m all yours and I would never cheat on you. Neither would I let anyone touch what’s yours.”
He kisses me, smiling, “I still want to know what happened.”
I smile as I lean close. “What happens in Rome stays in Rome,” I whisper before running off before he has a chance to trap me against his body.
I laugh as he catches me at the door. “How can you run in those,” he asks, amazed.
I look down at them, “I wear heels almost every day. I just got used to it,” I shrug. I smile up at him just as he quickly picks me up and carries me out. I kiss his neck as we wait for the elevator doors to open. “My dress is slightly short, you should put me down or you won’t be the first person to see my panties tonight,” I purr at his ear.
He sets me down just as the elevator doors move to open. I smirk and step into the elevator that isn’t empty. An older man looks at me openly just before Justin steps in and stands behind me, wrapping an arm around my waist. “Mr. Colton, nice day,” Jay says civilly. I stand in front of Jay trying my best to hide my smile.
Mr. Colton nods and turns his eyes away from me. Thankfully, it doesn’t take long to get out of there.
“Master Peter,” the same doorman says by way of greeting.
“Hey Paul,” Jay says.
“Your car awaits out front,” Paul says trying not to look my way.
Jay thanks him and I smile at Paul, “Hi Paul.”
He stumbles over his words as we leave. In the car, I’m laughing while Justin chuckles shaking his head. “You look beautiful,” he says a while after. “I forgot to tell you,” he whispers, running his hand across my bare thighs. “Tonight… May you stay close to me… Or stay with my female cousins?”
“Your family would hit on me,” I ask.
He looks at me dubiously, “My grandfather would hit on you. Heck, any man with something in his pants would, Ary.” I smile at his strange nickname for me.
I smile and kiss the back of his hand. He wears his family crest ring on his middle finger. A huge gold ring that he rarely wore except for these family functions. A huge lion’s head imprinted in the ring and a thick gold band, though it wasn’t flashy like most rings with diamonds, it was 14karat, plus worth a few millions.
Jay slows down to a stop to look at the huge beautiful mansion he grew up in. He takes a deep breath, “I’m glad you’re here with me,” he whispers. He looks at me, “You know I love you, right?”
I smile, “Jay, we don’t have to do this now.”
“I messed up earlier, I was supposed to give you something,” he chuckles. “But when you came… You distracted me.”
He pulls the long red velvet case out of his dinner jacket. He sets it on my lap and with his eyes on me, he lifts the lid up. I take a sharp breath.
A yellow gold diamond necklace shining brightly in the evening sun. I look up into his eyes, “You… You want me to wear this?”
He smiles, “Yes… Do you like it though?”
“It’s lovely… I love it Jay,” I say sweetly. “Thank you,” I whisper.
“Remember rule number four, no thanks,” he says quietly.
“I don’t follow rules,” I smirk.