“Devin, are you home?”
“Shit,” I curse as I sit up and help Erin fix her dress.
I can’t help myself as I suck on her nipple one last time before putting the neckline of her dress back in place.
“Who is it?” Erin whispers as she fixes her panties and pushes her dress down.
I lick my fingers clean and then tuck my cock in my underwear to hide how hard I am.
“What?” This is not how I want to meet his sister.
“Hello?” She taps on the door a few more times.
“She’s not going to leave until I answer the door.” He must know I’m panicked, because he kisses me. “It will be fine.” He walks to the door, but I grab his hand to stop him. “I promise,” he tries to reassure me.
“I have to change.” I jump up from the sofa and I try to smooth down my hair. Moose is already at the front door ready to introduce himself.
“You don’t need to change. You look beautiful.”
“That’s sweet.” I let his hand go. “But I do.” I motion to my dress that still has a stain on the bottom from when I fell down. This is the first time I’m going to meet his sister and I can’t look like a hot mess. What if she doesn’t like me or something? I can tell they’re close and I have no doubt whatever she thinks about me will go a long way with him.
“Guess I’ll use my key,” she says from the other side of the door.
“Shit.” I take off running down the hallway to the bedroom.
I ditch the dress in haste and grab a pair of jeans to cover up my busted knee. I pull on an oversized sweater because even in my panic, my nipples are still hard from Devin’s wonderful mouth.
I stop in the mirror to check my hair, and it’s not as bad as I thought it might be. It’s my face that’s the real problem. My lips are swollen and my cheeks are a little too pink. There’s no hiding what was going on when she knocked on the door because it’s written all over my face.
It’s not as though I can hide in the bedroom all night, and I know Moose will give me away. It would be rude to not come back out, so I take a deep breath. We’re all adults, so it’s no big deal. I can do this.
When I walk back into the living room, both Devin and Renee turn to look my way.
“Hi.” I wave, feeling awkward. I’ve never dated someone and met their family before. This is all moving at light speed.
His sister is dressed in a beautiful suit and I remember Devin mentioning that she’s a lawyer and that they work side by side. Like this condo, she looks expensive, but not in a showy over-the-top way.
“Well, look at you. I never thought my brother would catch a woman so gorgeous.” Renee’s whole face lights up with a smile that instantly puts me at ease.
“That makes two of us.” Devin walks over to me and puts his hand on my back. “Erin, this is my sister, Renee.”
I walk forward and take the hand she’s holding out for me. “It’s nice to meet you.”
“It’s more than nice to meet you.” Her smile grows bigger.
“Nee.” Devin shakes his head and gives her a look that clearly does nothing.
“What? You’re always all up in my love life.”
“Speaking of, isn’t that where you should be right now? At home making an honest woman out of Danielle before she finds someone that will?”
“Shut up.” She glares at her brother.
“Just saying.” He shrugs.
“What’s for dinner around here?” Renee changes the subject. “God knows he can’t cook.” In an attempt to hide my laughter, I snort.
“And you can?” he tosses back at her.
“No one can order takeout better than me. I know all the best places and have their numbers saved in my phone.”
“Who calls restaurants anymore? The skill is ordering online.”
I bite my lip to keep from laughing more as I watch them fight over who is better at ordering food. If I didn’t know they were lawyers before, I would now. After ten minutes of fighting, Devin finally breaks and lets Renee order dinner for all of us. Then she makes herself right at home with Moose on the sofa. She doesn’t seem to care that he’s getting dog hair all over her clothes either.
“There is a great building around the corner from where Danielle and I live. I know they have a ton of spots open for rental,” Renee says later as we eat our food.
She dips her cheeseburger into a giant pile of ketchup and somehow manages not to get any on her face.
“I’m going to show her one here,” Devin cuts in.