Unbridled and Unforbidden(2)

By: Elle Saint James


She rose above him and rode him hard and fast. Up and down she bounced as Randall squeezed her breasts with his fingers. They went so long in this position, Chet started getting hard again. They were beautiful together. Seeing his best friend enjoy the woman they loved was another in a long line of pleasures they enjoyed as a threesome.

Brianna threw her head back and groaned. The beauty of her expression as she climaxed made it difficult for him not to fall just a little bit more in love with her. Eyes still closed, she ran her fingers through her hair as a serene smile shaped her lips. Chet’s heart squeezed with emotion.

Beneath her, Randall fairly growled his release. A few moments later she slumped onto his chest. Both were breathing hard and fast. Eventually, Brianna moved and kissed Randall again. Just like they’d begun.

The three of them didn’t get together as often as he wanted, but there were issues of privacy while also living in a small community.

They only managed to meet every couple of months, but he and Randall were supremely grateful that a woman existed to serve their voyeuristic, double penetration desires. Brianna was in charge of the locations where they met. Her lively apartment complex was out of the question. She was always worried about anyone gossiping about her. They wanted her to feel comfortable. Actually, they wanted to hear her scream the wallpaper down during orgasms. She needed a private place to feel at ease doing that. So they compromised, but it wasn’t a perfect science.

Both Randall and Chet had asked her out one day several months ago after much shameless flirtation from both of them. Brianna had surprised them by shyly admitting she had a crush on each of them and therefore couldn’t date either of them.

When they subsequently took a chance and told her they truly wanted to share her, she brightened and invited them to join her at an out-of-the-way hotel a few towns away. These days, he and Randall were at her beck and call. Whenever she wanted to get together, they moved mountains to be available.

Looking at the two of them made Chet grateful they’d been able to find a perfect girl to love. And he did love her. So did Randall. She never admitted anything more than a willingness to enjoy their lifestyle.

Chet climbed on the bed next to them. Brianna stopped kissing Randall and turned to him. Then she moved to get on top of him. Then she kissed him like she hadn’t seen him in ages.

“We need to start meeting more frequently,” she whispered between kisses.

“I’d agree with that,” Randall remarked, finally catching his breath. “Wouldn’t you, Chet?”

Chet nodded and reached out to stroke her hair. “You’re the one in power here, sweetheart. We live to serve your needs. How can we make an upgraded frequency change? Because I’m ready right now.”

She pushed out a long sigh. “I’m not sure. I barely made it today. I thought I’d be followed to the motel. And another thing, we’re really running low on out-of-the-way motels to frequent. I don’t even know where we’ll meet next time. I guess it’s impossible to also increase the number of times we meet when there’s no place to go.”

“I disagree. We could meet at our ranch.” He and Randall owned the ranch and surrounding area where Randall also had his veterinary practice. The newer ranch house was connected to the older homestead by a covered breezeway. Separate, and yet they could easily pass to the other home with little chance of anyone seeing them.

“And what would your cowhands say about me spending the night with the both of you on a regular basis? They’d see my car parked overnight and the next thing you know, we’re being discussed over the fresh corn in the produce section at the Save-A-Lot supermarket.” She shook her head. She hated being the subject of gossip.

Chet shrugged. This was the rub. The problem they faced. She didn’t want anyone to know they were a ménage trio. She feared for their reputations in a small town with lots of gossips. Personally, he didn’t care. But she did. So he tried to care for her benefit.

“It’s none of their business. Besides, I really don’t think they’d care.” Randall spoke the exact words that Chet was thinking.