From Future Shock. 2008 Viv Arend
Susan leaned over and touched her lips gently to his, feathering over them. His breath brushed her cheek and she took in his scent, his flavour. Roast chicken, coffee and all male. She pulled back just far enough to gaze at his face, admiring his long lashes, his strong features. He was far more beautiful than she’d thought at first glance back in the cafeteria. There he was fairly ordinary. Nice, but not All-American gorgeous like he appeared now.
A soft touch on her arm startled her for a second as his fingers slipped up to push her hair behind her ear.
“Hey. Have a nice rest?” he said, his disarming smile warming up.
She couldn’t seem to bring herself to feel embarrassed. “Fully charged and ready to roll.” Her eyes slipped back to his mouth as she spoke.
“Humm. Well, that sounds like an idea, but first…” Kyle wrapped his arms around her, cradled her head to his mouth and kissed her. Softness. Tenderness. Susan breathed in the sensations as her body began to respond.
Kyle rolled them partially over as he slipped his hand to her waist, drawing small circles against the bare skin of her back while his mouth continued to explore, tracing kisses over the corner of her mouth, down the side of her neck. Susan let her neck fall to the side giving him better access as she traced over the muscles in his back.
Kyle gave her one last kiss before pulling them both to sitting positions. “And that’s it for now. Gotta keep things family rated here. Public place and all.” He adjusted her collar and pulled a couple of pieces of grass from her hair. “Although I do know a few un-public places that we could get to pretty quickly.” He winked at her.
Susan dropped her gaze to the ground.
“What?” Kyle lifted her chin and stared into her eyes. “I have to warn you that right now I can pretty much tell what you’re feeling. Sexually turned on and guilty. Since we didn’t have sex you must be thinking about it and feeling guilty for thinking about it.”
“How do you know—”
“—what you’re feeling? Empathic. Along with the telekinesis. Basically I can throw things at you and know how you feel about it.” He grimaced. “Sorry, family joke. Seriously, we need to get some good talking in with Jay and it’ll really help. The sexual pitch you’re feeling is very normal as a part of developing new talents. Just think of it as another kind of heat.”
“Great, so wanting to jump your bones is just a side effect of joining ‘Wacko’s ‘R Us’?
Kyle put on a haunty expression as he cleaned up their trays and lead Susan by the hand back toward the car. “Of course not. Wanting to jump my bones is something completely normal. Actually doing it right now would be the trouble, much to my dismay.”
He tugged her back into his arms after opening the passenger door. “Look, Susan. You’re going to have a lot of new things thrown at you over the next days and weeks. Don’t try to make total sense of everything right off the bat. When you’re dealing with the paranormal you often have to just go with your feelings. There’s no real rulebook that we can follow here. Ask lots of questions, trust the people that you feel you can trust and stop often and ask your gut what to do. It’ll get easier over time.”
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