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“Love this cunt. Fuck me, Dani. I love it when you come all over my cock. Hold on, baby. Going to take you harder.”

My eyes widen because I never imagined that he could take me harder than he already was. His balls slap so loudly against my ass that it sounds like hands clapping. He curls my body so that my knees are pressing into my tits, and the first mighty thrust he takes into my body has me screaming. The second has me coming. And every one that follows after has me sobbing and coming and coming and sobbing. And a weird mix of the two.

“Fucking love this pussy.”

“Fucking love this cock.”

He looks down at me, his eyes ablaze before he throws his head back and rumbles out his release in one loud thundering roar.

After he pulls his spent cock from my pussy, he makes true on his promise to give me a taste of us.

When it’s all said and done, we don’t make it four hours—another long session of him taking his wife—before we’re throwing our clothes on and driving to my parents to get our boy.

Five years later

“DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR brother is?” I ask Lyn.

“He said he was running to the grocery store,” she says over her shoulder and turns her attention back to her computer.

“What? I just went the other day.”

“Yeah—well, in case you didn’t notice the last time you were pregnant, you tend to eat a lot when you’re knocked up.” She laughs and goes back to her computer browsing.

“Well, where is your sister?” I ask.

“She has Evan with her at my parents.’ Something about giving you some time to rest before your husband got home and kept you up all night. I think she’s still scared from the last time she spent the night and you two kept her up all night moaning.”

I throw my head back and laugh because she isn’t wrong.

In the five years Cohen and I have been married, the desire we crave for each other hasn’t changed one bit. Which explains why I’m pregnant again. I swear he’s made it his life’s mission to see me pregnant forever. I got pregnant with Evan almost right after our wedding. Cohen was pretty proud of himself and convinced that it was our wedding night that did the deed.

I managed to keep him away from me long enough to not get pregnant for six months after I had Evan. Unfortunately, that pregnancy ended in a miscarriage that we both took hard. We waited a while before we tried again, and now here I am, pregnant again.

Cohen took a job at Corps Security shortly after Owen was born. He said that his dad was thinking about retiring soon and it was time that he learned the business. This was something I supported one hundred percent. I loved knowing that he was going to never leave us for any more deployments.

“What do you think about this one?” Lyn asks and spins her computer. I laugh when I see the tiny newborn dress she has pulled up on Baby Gap.

“You do realize that it’s probably going to be another boy, right?”

“No way, Dani! I’m going to get my girl, dammit. You hear that, baby? You better be a girl.”

“I’m pretty sure it doesn’t work that way, Lyn,” I laugh.

She gives me a hard look and turns back to her computer. I roll my eyes and stand up, walking around until I find my phone and dial Cohen’s number.

He picks up almost immediately. “Hey, Dani-girl.”

“Where are you?”

“Owen wanted to go find ninjas, so we’re in the back lot—looking for ninjas.” He explains it like that should make all the sense in the world.

“And why are you looking for ninjas?”

“Because he wanted to fight them,” Cohen says.

“Is that supposed to make any sense to me, baby?”

“Nope, probably not. But it makes sense to us and that’s all that matters. Plus, he started asking about the earring in my cock again today and there is only so much I can take, Dani-girl. It was mission ‘divert and distract’ this morning.”

The second he stops talking, I throw my head back and laugh.

Since the day Owen walked in on a naked Cohen and got a good look at his hardware, he hasn’t stopped for a second. All he talks about is those damn earrings in his daddy’s cock. Which is something Cohen’s parents think is hilarious. Cohen, not so much.

“Hurry home, baby. I miss you.”

“You just saw me an hour ago.” He laughs.

“So? I miss you.”

“See you soon, my heart.”

“Every time I close my eyes.” I smile.

An hour later, I’m sitting on the back deck with Lyn, who is still looking up baby clothes, when I hear a rustling in the leaves. I stand and move to the railing, and when I see my two big boys walking towards the house, my smile goes from normal to wonky.

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