Donna falls for Priya, but things work out for everyone – Part 13

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I had never spent the time with Frankie like we had since she arrived a few months ago. Was it wrong to fall in love with her? Did I feel that way because she saved me? Did I love her because I could see her as Anna in my mind? All of these things troubled me but I couldn’t imagine my life without her in it.

I pushed my lips to hers as she lay under me and pulled back and said, “I love you too, Frankie. I don’t want to ever be without you.”


She grinned up at me and whispered, “Really. You can’t know how long I’ve prayed that you’d say that.” She thrust her lips up at me and we kissed passionately as she pushed her hips up at me again and I hardened in response. We were at it again and the passion pushed us over to mutual climaxes.

We spooned together with me cuddled up to her back. I couldn’t fall asleep because I couldn’t stop smiling. I randomly kissed her neck and she moaned every time. She pulled my flaccid cock up between her thighs and dragged her fingernails over the soft, velvety crown until she fell asleep. I kissed her on the neck and she didn’t moan. I whispered, “I love you Frankie.”

We were heading into March and the weather was warm more often than it was cool. Frankie slept in my bed from that first night on and the sex was awesome. My lease on the cabin would expire at the end of the month and it was already leased at summer rates to someone else, starting in April. Frankie and I talked about whether we should lease another cabin for the summer. The going rates were astronomical but money was not an issue. Frankie was missing her sister, Joyce and her parents but she understood how I’d feel when I drove down that dirt road and into my driveway and she left the decision up to me. She would go wherever I went.

By the end of March, I decided that I had to deal with my angst. I was in a good place with Frankie and she would be understanding and helpful. I figured the first time I confronted Donna would be the worst and it would get better after that. Besides, I had a baby arriving very soon and that prospect excited me. The decision was made and Frankie quizzed me about whether I was sure or not. I was sure and I steeled myself.

We drove home. I couldn’t say whether I took the same route or not because I didn’t remember how I’d arrived. Frankie was feeling ill and wrote it off to motion sickness. We spent our nights in motels and I went out and got motion sickness medications. After the breakfast buffets, we’d set out again. The medication had little effect and it took four days to get home. We hit deep snow on the sides of the road about an hour from home.

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