Even though it was late, Jubalee and Harvey were not back when I got home. I led Dell up the steps, his hand still in mine.
“Who we waking up in there?” he whispered.
“No one,” I said. “I thought you’d walk me to the door.”
Dell tucked his head down, trying his best to look sheepish.
“You make me laugh.”
He stepped closer to me, taking my face in his hands. “You’re so damn hot, little girl.”
I looked away, loving every minute of how Dell scared me. I’d been with a dozen boys, but never with a man. I wanted him right there, right on the deck.
“So what’s it gonna be, Carnie?”
“How many guesses do I get?”
His tongue rolled across his bottom lip. Bending down, Dell kissed me softly on my mouth. The kiss grew more intense as he pulled my body confidently to him, his strong hands on my shaking hips. There was nothing else in the world at that moment other than our kiss.
“It’s Teenie,” I said, when it was over.
“Nice to meet you, Teenie.” Dell grabbed my face tenderly in his hands and kissed me again. My body became weightless as his mouth, heat and hands drew me into him. With a moan, Dell turned away from me abruptly as if in pain and slipped off into the darkness of the night, leaving me dizzy, panting on the deck steps of the trailer.
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