While the match is suitable in every way, Emma cannot help sighing over her loss, for now only she and her father are left at Hartfield. Woodhouse is too old and too fond of worrying about trivialities to be a sufficient companion for his daughter. The Woodhouses are the great family in the village of Highbury. In their small circle of friends, there are enough middle-age ladies to make up card tables for Mr.
She is ushering an attractive-looking and stylish man, Xavier Ryan McLaneinto a bedroom connected to the hall. She has a pensive, conflicted expression on her face as she heads into the room herself and closes the door behind her. Tess lets out a gasp of pleasure, but her face continues to look conflicted and her brow furrows with concern.
She starts to lightly push on his shoulder or chest and tells him to wait. Xavier pulls back, confused, and asks her what's wrong. Tess explains that she can't keep doing this with him anymore.
Xavier grins and takes her by the waist, pulling her in slightly. That's what she said the last three times she called him, he says suavely. She pulls away more emphatically this time and tells him to stop, and his smile drops. She says that she's serious this time - it isn't fair to Rick.
Xavier moves in closer to her and says in a soft voice that he doesn't care. How can he say that?
Rick's his best friend! It shouldn't just be about what Rick wants. What about what HE wants? Or what SHE wants? This thing between them is real, it's undeniable, why should they both be miserable just for the sake of someone else? It's tearing her up inside. Xavier points out that she's going to have to keep lying to him anyways, she can't just erase the past eight months.
The lying isn't going to end unless she tells Rick about ALL of it Tess shakes her head no, it would break his heart, she could never do that to him. Xavier says that he could be the one to tell Rick, and then they could be together without anyone in the way. Tess tells Xavier no, nobody is telling Rick, the past is going to stay in the past where it belongs.
Xavier asks then what's the difference if they enjoy themselves this one more time or not? Tess struggles for an answer, but Xavier's charms are working on her, and as his hands move sensually up and down her body, opening her robe to expose her underwear, she finds her resistance crumbling.
This has to be the last time, she insists as she gives in and bends down, taking his cock out of his pants. Just as she slips his dick into her mouth, the same familiar click of the front door lock from earlier can be heard. Tess says in a panic.
Xavier says he didn't hear anything, and tries to keep the moment going, but Tess pushes him off and remarks that she thought it sounded like the front door.These essays are not intended to replace library research. They are here to show you what others think about a given subject, and to perhaps spark an interest or an idea in you.
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