The brunet couldn 't push him away or seem to wake him up from his dreaming state. The giant begin to grind against Leo, while the boy gasp out pants. "K-Klaus...ple..ase. Ah. Wake up-!" Every touch made the small Libra member shiver with pleasure, but he knew this wasn 't right. He couldn 't stop as Klaus pulled his shirt over the his chest and lowered his sweatpants under his...
His middle body was completely shown, glowing bright red as his soft white skin glimmered tones of pink. "Klaus-!" Leo tried to scream out his name, but failed as the heavy sleeper forced a deep throated kiss. The man laid his weight upon the boy literally stealing his breath away, until finally rising up. The giant 's tongue grazed the roof of the small Libra member making him quiver. Their lips parted with a thread of saliva trailing off, now leaving Leo craving more as he lay on his back.
'How did it come to this? ' He thought, looking at the man that pinned him down covered in sweat.
Leo was astonished as he walked into the house. Not because it was big, but more like it looked like the inside of Libra. 'Huh. I kind of figured it would be the same, but it look...
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... there some hidden message the man was trying to say to Leo, hm. "I 'll carry you down." Klaus said, the brunet was flustered by the gesture trying to get down, but he really did like being carried this way. As they walked down to the first floor, they made it to the kitchen. Where the breakfast was placed on the table.
"Welcome young master-" The battle butler froze as he looked down, making the two stare at him puzzled. "It 's good to be young, isn 't it." Gilbert claimed making the giant look down at what appeared to be a tent in his, well. He completely forgot about it as he put the small Libra member down casually and made his leave upstairs. The brunet stood dumbfounded at Klaus realizing that was under him a couple of minutes ago. He turned to Gilbert, who still held his composure like nothing happened, but Leo on the other hand was still flustered. "U-um-"
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