His Virgin Bride

By: Sam Crescent

“Right, let’s move on,” Tillie said, trying to think of anything else to say. “What’s happening this weekend?”

“Yeah, I was thinking shopping would be good,” Collette said.

“No, no, no, no, you girls aren’t going to get away with this shit that easily,” Kurtis said, holding up his hand.

Rolling her eyes, she turned her attention to the man beside her. He was the guy she’d ended up hanging out with because her friends were dating his friends. She didn’t actually like him. Well, he was okay, but she wouldn’t consider him anything special, not by a long shot, but that was her thoughts. They were friends, that was it. She didn’t see the attraction that most women threw themselves at him.

Sure, he was a good friend, but some of his ex-fucks liked to take his lack of attention on them and blame her.

It wasn’t her fault that Kurtis wasn’t interested. She was sure the only reason he hung around with her was because Danny and Steve wanted to be around her friends.

Letting out a sigh, she turned to Kurtis.

“What do you want to know?”

“Are you a virgin? Yes or no?”

She rolled her eyes, shooting another glare at her friends before turning back to him. “Yes, I’m a virgin. If you bring this up to anyone else outside of this table, I will hurt you, Kurtis, I mean it.”

“I can’t believe you’re a fucking Mary.”

She slapped him in the stomach. “Stop, I will cut your dick off.”

He started chuckling. “Fine, fine, your secret is safe with me.”

Staring at him for a few seconds, she shook her head. “I’m going to the bathroom.”

Without waiting for anyone to respond, she made her way toward the back of the club. She couldn’t believe Collette opened her big mouth. That was her private business. No one else needed to know that she’d not been with a guy, and now Kurtis fucking knew.

Slamming into the bathroom, she went into the first available stall, and locked the door.

“I’m so sorry, Tillie, it just slipped out.”

“I told you both that in the strictest of confidences. Now Kurtis knows, and he’s going to be ribbing me about that shit.” She finished on the toilet, flushed, and left the stall. Washing her hands in the sink, she tried to gather her thoughts before turning toward her two friends who’d followed her into the room.

“I’m really sorry,” Collette said again.

“There’s nothing we can do now. It’s out in the open for anyone to listen to. Yay, let’s move on.” She finished washing her hands, but both of her friends wouldn’t let her pass.

“Maybe you could take Brandon for a test drive,” Cynthia asked.

“No, I think she should take Kurtis for a test drive,” Collette said, drawing all the attention to her.

“What?” Tillie asked, not sure she’d heard right.

“Think about it. Kurtis is the best guy to get rid of your—” Tillie held her hand up to stop Collette saying anything. “Well, he’s the best at it, and I think he’d make it good for you.”

“I’m not screwing Kurtis Spencer. That guy has been with everyone.” She shuddered thinking about what kind of diseases the man carried. Tillie didn’t even want to think about him not bagging his dick up.

“Exactly, you’ll get rid of it, and then it’ll be over and done with,” Cynthia said.

Both of her friends looked like it was a brilliant idea.

“It’s not happening.” She and Kurtis had been thrown together because of their friends’ relationships. In the beginning he’d asked her if she wanted to date him, and she’d laughed. They would partner up when needed. Like if they went to the funfair on the rides, they’d go on the rides together. They’d partner up for the movies, or either of them would be the driver of the evening. Sometimes he’d take a girl with him, but that rarely happened.

Tillie had thought about sex a lot, and at first, she wanted to lose her virginity. Then, it just didn’t happen, but she wanted to experience other things, like kissing, touching, caressing, everything she’d missed out on during high school because of her big brothers always being around. Pushing the yearning for something more aside, Tillie was determined to have a good time.

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