“We will do more than make it work. The three of us will be happy together for all our days. Hopefully more than three of us in the future.”
Her gaze shifted away from him. “Gawain, I lost my last pregnancy. Who knows what’ll happen with the next one.”
“Look at me.” With a gentle nudge, he tilted her face back toward him. “You and Wallace are all I need. If we have more children, wonderful. If not, I am perfectly satisfied with the two of you.”
“This feels so strange, the reality of it.”
“Does it?” Gawain cocked his head to the side. “Or does it feel just right?”
“Exciting, mostly, but I’m nervous about the changes. Like with my weaving. I want to work less, but I don’t want you to think I’m being lazy.”
Gawain’s shoulders shook with laughter. “I can conjure many words to describe you, but ‘lazy’ is not one of them. You have worked your fingers to the bone for years. Instead, now you can cook for me. Lots of roast goose.”
Drea slapped his arm and he laughed harder.
“I am teasing,” he said. “I want you to do what makes you happy.”
“All right. I’d like to weave two days per week. I’ll focus on the royal work I’m given, mostly, for banners, tapestries, and flags. That’s my favorite thing to do.”
“That’s up to you. But promise me when you’re carrying our children that you’ll rest plenty. I can hire a maid.”
Drea pulled a face. “I don’t want a maid. That’s excessive.”
“Woman, let me be a husband!”
She narrowed her eyes. “No. Maids.”
Even when she was being contrary, Drea was beautiful. Sexy. She leaned back, and Gawain’s eyes slid to her breasts again, and it was impossible to not imagine how thrilling it would be to finally have her, to fi...
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...ing her over the edge. He slid two fingers inside of her, moving them in and out as his tongue worked her tight bud. In a few heartbeats, she was crying out and tearing at his hair, her knees simultaneously clamping shut over his ears as the waves of her orgasm contracted around his fingers.
Deciding to ride the surge of her erotic high, Gawain climbed on top of Drea and went at it again, this time, swirling his pelvis as he moved in and out.
“Do that again, my redhead beauty,” he breathed into her ear, pushing is way deep inside. “Come again and take me with you.”
She replied with a breathless moan, trembling, and in another handful of hard, fierce strokes, she found the height of her pleasure again, and the ripples of her orgasm massaged the seed from Gawain’s cock. He buried himself to the hit and allowed his seed to flood her as he came with shuddering gasps.
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