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"Baby, thank you so much for agreeing to buy a new car." I said, kissing down Tyler's neck. I lifted his shirt off of him.
"It's your money, too. You can buy whatever you want with it." he replied. He took my shirt off and unbuttoned my pants, letting them fall to the ground.
"I know, but a new car is just a big commitment and a lot of money, especially with all the extras I wanted." I moaned as Tyler's hand rubbed across my groin. I reached to unbutton his pants, but he stopped me.
"Not before dinner," Tyler said. "We have to be at the restaurant in less than an hour, and the kids should be on there way home right now."
"Okay," I sighed. But I wasn't giving up that easy. I reached down and caressed his raging hard member through his pants.
"Babe, I'm so...mmm...serious." Tyler said, trying to hide his pleasure.
"I guess you're right," I suddenly pulled his pants and briefs down. Without any hesitation from him, I took his solid member into my mouth.
"Oh, Jared," he moaned. I increased my speed knowing very well that the kids could be home at any second. It's been a while since I've blown him. Usually we just make love.
Tyler rested his hands on my head, guiding himself in and out of my mouth. He then held my head in place as he thrust into it. I pushed his hands away and continued to work on him myself. Tyler began to moan loudly. I knew his climax was coming soon.
"Jared, I'm gonna...cum...really soon... Oh, I can feel...it." Tyler moaned extremely loud as he bucked his hips and shot a huge load down my throat.
"That was g-"
"Dad, we're home!" Keegan shouted from downstairs.
"Figures," I sighed.
Tyler massaged my hard-on through my briefs. "Don't worry, after dinner we'll get to have a lot more fun." He got dressed then walked downstairs. I figured I should just hurry and get in the shower.
The steaming water felt so good pouring over my body. Lately I've been so tense from work it seems that taking a shower is the only way to relax. It's been even worse since I got that note last Saturday. As I was getting set in the spray, Tyler opened the shower door and stepped in; our shower is big enough to comfortably fit two adults.
"I told the kids to get in their showers," Tyler said, getting under one of the four ceiling spouts.
"Tyler, when we get home tonight we need to talk about something." I said as seriously as I could. Shit, I wasn't planning on telling him about that damn note tonight. The words just shot right out of my mouth.
"About what?" he asked, looking a little concerned.
"Uh..." I said, trying to figure out a lie. "About...um...Travers's birthday. Yeah. What are we going to do for him?"
"I figured we'd just throw him a pool party. The whole basement will be his and his guests'." Tyler said.
"Oh, okay," My question was actually a legit one due to the fact that we hadn't planned anything for his birthday. So I guess it wasn't that much of a lie. We finished our shower in a hurry. As we were finishing dressing, Travers walked in. He looked a bit lost and confused about something.
"Um, who's Suburban is in our driveway?" he asked.
"Oh, well, we'll tell you when we're all outside and looking at it." I smiled as I told him that.
He walked out of our room and started yelling to Keegan to hurry up. Tyler and I laughed softly and finished getting dressed by tying our shoes. We walked out to see Travers and Keegan run down the stairs.
"No running down the stairs," Tyler reminded them.
"Dad, let's go!" Travers whined.
"We're coming, keep your pants on." I replied. As I stepped from the last step, I went to the closet and got mine and Tyler's dress jackets. Keegan and Travers were already making their way outside. I grabbed my keys hanging from the closet door and walked out as well.
"Okay, so who's is this?" Keegan asked excitedly.
"Gentlemen, I give you..." I pushed the unlock key. The Suburban unlocked and made a beep. "My brand new Suburban."
"What happened to your car?" Travers asked.
"It's...being stored somewhere until I feel like selling it." I said. "Well, let's get rolling. You boys go ahead and explore in the back because I need everyone's approval."
On the way to the restaurant, Travers and Keegan were trying to figure out how to work the DVD player. Tyler informed them, however, that you have to have a movie in the player for it to do anything. A few minutes later we were pulling into the restaurants parking lot. I immediately spotted Austin's car in one of the front parking spots. Now, something that suddenly struck me at that point was that I did not know how to park such a huge ass vehicle.
"Um, Tyler, I don't know how to park this." I shamefully admitted.
"What do you mean you don't know how to park?" he asked.
"I've never driven anything bigger than your Murano."
"All right, well, let's just find a spot towards the back so you can have good space to pull in." I drove towards the back part of the lot. Unfortunately, it is a Friday night and this is one of the nicest places in town. "Look, there's one right over there."
I drove over to it and sure enough it was a space. Notice I said "a space." Not spaces; a space. "Babe, it's not big enough."
"Jared, it's big enough. Just pull in wide." Tyler said calmly.
"Tyler, I can't,"
"How bout I get out and direct you?"
"That might work," I said, still unsure of my parking ability.
Tyler hopped out and stood at the front of the parking spot. With his help I managed not to hit and/or damage any vehicle around me. By the time I got out and locked the tank, I was sweating like a pig.
Piero's Acqua Piazza, the place where Tyler and I had our first official date. Right up the street is the road that leads to the lookout point. The last time Tyler and I were here was my birthday back in June. As we walked in the restaurant I immediately recognized the scent of various herbs and spices in the air. I started to remember the night I asked Tyler to be my boyfriend. That night had the same smell as I am smelling right now. I turned around and looked Tyler in the eye; there were tears forming.
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I knew what Jared was thinking, and I was thinking the exact same thing. Our first date; the night he asked me to be his boyfriend.
"I still remember it like it was yesterday." Jared said.
"Remember what, dad?" Keegan asked me.
"Jared and I had our very first date here. This is where he asked me to be his boyfriend. That was about six and a half years ago, maybe more." I explained to him, wiping the tears that were getting ready to fall from my eyes. I quickly walked to the host and asked if Austin Branson had been seated yet. He nodded then asked us to follow him. As we followed the host, I found Austin and his fiancÚ at a booth near one of the many oversized windows.
Austin looked up from his lover. "Jared, Tyler," He stood up and walked over to us before we even reached the table. Both Jared and I were grabbed in a hug.
"Uncle Austin!" Keegan practically shouted.
Austin released us and scooped up Keegan in his arms. "Hey Keeg, how you been?"
"I've been really good." he replied happily.
Travers walked up to Austin and hugged him. "We haven't seen you in weeks!"
"I know guys, I'm sorry, but guess what?"
"What?" the boys said in unison.
"Everyone will find that out during dinner," Austin laughed.
Jared and I walked to the table. His fiancÚ was stunningly beautiful; long blonde hair with soft blue eyes, perfectly straight white teeth, a killer smile. Her face had like no pores. She looked...wait a minute...
"Austin?" I asked through gritted teeth. Jared looked at him with the same confused look I was bearing.
"I'll explain later," Austin smiled apologetically.
"Hi, I'm Monica Walters, I've heard so much about all four of you." She stood up and shook our hands. "All Austin could talk about while we were waiting was Tyler this and Jared that and Travers must be a foot taller by now and Keegan is smart as a whip."
"That sounds like us," I laughed. We all sat down. Our waiter came and took our drink order.
"Well, what's your news?" Jared asked.
"You are talking to the newest member of the police department!" Austin said with a huge grin.
"Congratulations," Jared and I said in unison. People in the restaurant were staring at us, but did we care? No.
The waiter came back with our drinks and took our orders. While we waited for our food, we all chatted up a storm. Keegan was being his normal self and asking a boat load of questions. Even Travers was being talkative. Our food arrived and we ate in near silence with the exception of Keegan who was really fascinated by Austin being a real cop.
One hour later and several questions later, Keegan began to get tired. I was exhausted as well from a long day.
"Well, I think we should get going. The kids are exhausted and I'm pretty beat as well." I took out my wallet and pulled out a hundred.
"Yeah, I had a long day myself. I can't wait to get home and...go to bed." Austin said, grinning at Monica.
Oh, God. "Austin, it was great seeing you again. And Monica, it was really nice meeting you."
"Same Tyler, it was nice meeting the four of you. You should stop by our house tomorrow. The contractors and us will be busy all day, but we can manage a lunch if you can manage some time." Monica said with a smile.
"I'm sure we can fit some time. I don't think we're doing anything tomorrow anyways." Jared said.
Everyone except Keegan and I began to walk outside. I had to scoop my little boy up, though, because he had fallen asleep. I followed the rest outside. The temperature had dropped significantly since we first arrived which was nice.
"Well, I'll see you guys tomorrow. Just call before you come over so that we know what to do." Austin said.
"We sure will," Jared said. With a round of hugs we all went to our separate vehicles. When we were feet away from the Suburban Jared suddenly stopped and stared at his door. His color vanished; he looked like he'd seen a ghost.
"What is it? Babe, what's wrong?" I asked, frightened by his sudden disposition.
He unlocked the Suburban. "Get the kids in the car."
Without questioning him, I took Travers's hand and ushered him on my side. He took Keegan for me while I ran after Jared who walked away. Jared started to run as he saw Austin pulling out of the restaurant. When he caught up to Austin's car he pounded on the window.
"Jared, what's wrong?" Austin asked.
"I got another one," Jared said.
"Yes here," Jared said.
"What the hell is going on?" I demanded. Jared was freaking me out because he's freaked out and I don't know why.
"There's another note," Jared said quickly.
"Another note? From who?" I had no idea what he was talking about.
"I don't know," he said. "Someone sent me a note that said you'll pay for ruining my life and that he's not alone."
"Why didn't you tell me about this sooner?"
"I was worried how you'd react."
"Well, you worried right!" I shouted. "Why the fuck didn't you turn this into the police!?"
Austin stepped out of his car. "Tyler, we both weren't sure if it was just some joke or if it was serious."
"You mean you knew about this and I didn't?" I was starting to get very irritated and scared.
"Tyler, he just didn't want you to worry too much. Since this is the second note that he's gotten, I will handle this personally." Austin said, trying to calm me down.
I turned away from both of them and walked back to the Suburban. I grabbed the note and opened it.
'we're closer than before. watch your step and make sure there arent any bed bugs in your kids beds tonight. we'd hate to see Travers and Keegan all bit up.'
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