Hm, really? This is really tempting, Fade… You’re a real catch, y’know.
I know..I know…Does this mean you’ll consider me?
But… how are you with moms?
I’m great…I can give them good back massages, foot massages..you pick.
Hm, i’m not sure… I’m married, you know, and I have two kids… So I don’t know if that would be such a great idea.
Well..I’m pretty good with kids..
I don’t normally give my number out to strangers…
Well..Maybe you could cut me some slack?
Wow, you’re cute. Can I have your number?
I want to make you feel wanted ⇨ Taden
Tristan let out a sigh of relief as he said it wasn’t the first time she tore up his back. It was weird, knowing that she had done that a ton of times before and still it felt like that was her first time, and damn, it felt great. “And it won’t be the last time, that’s for damn sure.” Tristan said softly, meaning for that to stay in her head. “I mean-” She started, trying to cover it up, “Uh”. She pressed her lips back to his skin, keeping her lips traveling down his back. She giggled slightly and shook her head as he spoke up. “No, no… You’re the perfect one here— I promise.” Tristan whispered against his skin, loving the feel of it beneath her lips. Although the feel of the scratches grazing her lips sent chills down her back. Making her want to re-live that night all over again. The way he touched her, the way he was so gentle, the way he whispered her name breathlessly. It was all so incredible and fast- She fell even more in love with him in that moment. She was all his and he was all hers, and that was that. Most people would think she was moving way too fast, but right now, she swore she was doing everything right. She had a perfect family. A perfect, unexpected family.
Tristan closed her eyes as she thought about it, keeping her lips against his skin and parting them slightly as he spoke up. Shaking her head gently, Tristan looked up at the back of his head. “Don’t be sorry.” She whispered, “It was my fault and-” She started before stopping herself. “Let’s not talk about it, it’s over.” She said, looking back down at his back. “I really think you should put some ice on this.” Tristan said before continuing to kiss down his back. If anything, the one thing that Tristan hated the most is when people apologized to her. Because most of the time whatever it was- It was her fault, and if anything, Caden probably knew that. “I love you.” Tristan said, swallowing slightly against his skin, letting her small smile drag across it. Was she hurting him? Did he want her to stop? Tristan shook those thoughts out of her head, not right now. Now wasn’t the time to think of that- No negativity. Just… her and Caden- How she wanted it to be… For a very, very long time. Tristan continued to move her hands up and down his sides, loving the feel of his hot skin under her hands. He was all hers, and that was something that seemed so unreal, it was insane. She was never the one to get amazing this, but him.. He was perfect.
Caden smirked to himself once he heard her immediate reply to him, stating that this wouldn’t be the first time she tore up his back. Well, that was a good thing to hear. At least it told him he wasn’t bad at it. Caden chuckled more as she tried to cover it up, but did a horrible job at doing so. “I’ll be looking forward to that next time then.” Caden said, blushing a little but cover it up with the pillow. Caden went ahead and let her have the last words to the who’s more perfect fight. Because he could go on for hours listing so many reasons as to why she’s perfect and to why he’s not. Anyone would agree with him though. Tristan really was perfect. Way too perfect for him. Caden shifted himself a little more on the bed, peering his eyes up to her once she began to deny his apology. She deserved an apology. It wasn’t her fault she couldn’t remember anything. But that was Caden, always thinking about himself. Caden swallowed. He could tell she didn’t want to talk about that topic anymore. “It’s not your fault..” Caden whispered under his breath, quietly so that she couldn’t hear as clearly. Caden could feel a sense of relief come onto him once she said it was over, which it was. It was all behind them now.
Caden chuckled more once she told him to put ice on his back, him shrugging again. “I’ll live. Just keep doing that.” Caden said, referring to her hands on his back and her lips gliding against it. Caden could feel his heart skip a beat once she randomly whispered that she loved him. A surprise I love you, those always got to him. “I love you more.” Caden replied. Tristan still hadn’t quite gotten a hold of saying I love you more whenever he told her he loved her. But he couldn’t blame her, she was still new at the whole I love you thing. Caden stretched his back out a little more, lifting his shoulders a little so that she’d get the idea that they wanted attention. There were even scratches on his shoulders. Even though it hurt, it was still worth it. That night was so perfect. It was their first time all over again, and he loved it. Nothing went wrong. She didn’t freak out and push him away. Everything about that very night was all that he had imagined it to be. It was a moment where everything was completely normal again. All their worries had faded away, and it was just them two, connected as one.
I want to make you feel wanted ⇨ Taden
Tristan straddled her legs just below Caden’s lower back, smiling slightly as he spoke up, sliding his shirt off completely and throwing it on the floor. “I mean- It’s not that bad…” Tristan said, biting her lip gently. It was pretty bad. “You’re right… I have long nails.” She said, running her fingers over the scratches gently— Giggling as he spoke up once more. Mentioning how he should sue her. Tristan shook her head and placed her hands beside each of his sides on the bed so that she could lean down. She licked her lips and moved her face close to his ear. “Mm, you wouldn’t do that.” Tristan mumbled against his ear, kissing it gently. Fighting with him was probably one of the worst things ever. She hated it, every bit of it. It made her stomach turn and her head hurt. She lifted her self back up, removing her hands from the bed and looking back down at his back. She remembered everything that Destiny had said. She said her and Caden’s relationship was amazing- Everyone was jealous of them. Everyone wanted a relationship like theirs and there was no way on earth he would ever hit her. Which made her happy, but yet sad at the same time. Would she ever know what that perfect relationship felt like? Or would it all be different than what it was last time? She really screwed up this time, and she can’t even remember it.
Tristan licked her lips and ran her hands up his sides slowly, just barely touching the skin, making sure not to irritate it. She leaned down a bit, pressing her lips to his shoulder, kissing it gently. “I really am sorry, baby.” Tristan whispered against his skin, not removing her lips from it. She felt terrible, although she probably shouldn’t. Had she done this before? Or was she just new to this and this happened? Tristan moved her lips across his skin, keeping her hands gently rubbing his sides as she did so. She smiled slightly against his skin, he had no idea how much she loved him already, and she could only love him more as time went on. She kissed across his shoulders gently, slowly moving up to his neck and sneaking a small kiss on his lips and giggling a little bit in between it. “You’re perfect.” Tristan whispered against his lips before parting them and returning her lips to his back. She never knew just how fun having a husband could be- You know, besides the fights. Part of her didn’t even want to think about what her mother had said. It was like her to lie, just to get her to come home- So that’s all it was… That’s all it had to be. She trusted Destiny way more than she trusted her mom, and if Caden ever laid a hand on her, Destiny would have been the first person to tell her about it.
Caden chuckled at his own comment, her obviously knowing that it was just a joke. Even though she forgot everything, they still joked around with each other as if nothing had been lost. Caden sunk himself more into the mattress, doing a small shrug once she whispered into his ear. “You never know.” Caden said with a smirk, even though Tristan wasn’t able to see it since his face was buried into the pillow. Caden let out a breath, his eye lids closing as she continued to stroke his back lightly and carefully. He missed this. How close they used to be. It felt as if that was finally coming back. Slowly, step by step, everything was mending back together. Even though Caden hated arguing with Tristan, it still helped. Arguing was a usual thing between them, so it made everything seem normal again. And then making up right when ever the fights were over, that was probably the best part about arguing with her- if that even made sense.
Caden let out a pleasurable groan, letting out a small laugh once she repeated that her nails were long. “You don’t say?” Caden said in a sarcastic tone, laughing afterwards. “Besides, it’s not like this is the first time you’ve destroyed my back.” Caden said, which was true. Tristan had done this before, so there was nothing for her to be sorry about. Caden smiled to himself at the feel of her lips kissing down his skin. He loved it, so much. Feeling so close to her. The way he could feel her smile against his skin, and her lips all across his back. It was all so perfect. It didn’t even feel real at moments. Caden opened his eyes once he felt her lips against his, then smiled into the small kiss. “Nah, I think thats you.” Caden whispered, replying to her when she called him perfect. Which he obviously wasn’t. It was Tristan who was the perfect one in this relationship. Caden let out another breath of pleasure, shutting his eyes and focusing on the feel of her hands grazing his skin lightly. “I’m sorry for getting mad, by the way.” Caden said between his breaths, not really thinking about why he was saying it at a moment like this. It sort of just..slipped out. Maybe because he really was sorry. “I shouldn’t have been mad in the first place.”