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“Believe me,” Bette explained, “I tried to tire her out before we left the house but just succeeded in exhausting myself instead.”
“Ah, you were tired. Poor babe.” Tina smirked and wiggled her eyebrows.“That’s why you were soooo easy to seduce tonight.”
“Uh no, my pet. I still have plenty of stamina left.” Bette was getting her energy back, her voice stronger and the glint in her eyes powerful. “I can still take you any day Kennard.”
“Oh yeah?” Tina questioned as she grabbed Bette by her torn blouse.“Sorry babe. Guess I owe you a replacement uh?”
“I would say you do ‘Mrs. Peel.’” Bette grinned widely as she took hold of the upper zippers on Tina’s outfit and slowly started pulling them down revealing Tina’s creamy shoulders and neck. “Oh T, you have to keep this costume. I love it.”
“I can probably arrange that.” Tina replies as she feels Bette’s hands tenderly caress her now bare shoulders.
“Um, please do honey.” Bette kissed her way down Tina’s neck. Nibbling along teh way and savouring the taste of her wife. ”It’s my turn now.”
Tina braced herself by stretching her arms out on either side of Bette and leaning them against the back of the couch. As Bette further peels the leather top down she realizes that Tina isn’t wearing a bra.
“Tina, babe.” Bette purrs into Tina’s ear and licks the curve of it.
“What?” Tina asks in a whisper, arousal driving her.
“Are you going commando too?”
“You’ll just have to find that out for yourself.” Tina leans forward again and kisses Bette.
“You’re in so much trouble.”
“Am I going to like it?”
“Every . . . minute . . . of . . . it.” Bette tells her and Tina certainly does.
It’s Part Time – Event Center
There were over three hundred homeless people and their families at the large event center that Pierce had managed to rent out for the evening. All the proceeds from contributions by the guest list of celebrities and local community and political figures would go to the Department of Health and Services in LA targeted for the homeless community.
Through their contacts in their businesses, Tina and Quiara had arranged to get dozens of entertainment people to attend and lend their support. Helena had used her various connections in the business world to attract several business CEOs and corporate leaders.