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By:Sam Crescent

In the last four months they had shared everything together, their hopes and dreams, their loves, and of course sex. She couldn’t get enough of him, and he couldn’t get enough of her.

“Raoul, where the fuck are you?” she asked.

Her pussy was slick from the warning he’d given. He was going to spank her ass? She couldn’t wait. They had been experimenting in the bedroom lately, and she liked a little bit of pain mixed in with her pleasure. She also loved it when Raoul fucked her in the ass, which was a total surprise to her. He’d taken his time in preparing her to take his cock, but after that first time, she found herself loving it.

When she rounded the corner of the clubhouse, Zoe froze. The back of the clubhouse had been transformed into a beautiful aisle. Raoul moved toward her, and he’d been standing by the priest when she walked in.

“Raoul, what’s going on?”

He didn’t speak a word, merely went down on one knee before her. With her heart pounding, she took the hand he offered.

“I think you and I both know what this is, baby.” She stared at the clubhouse that was filled with Trojans.

“I’m not sure.”

“You’re the love of my life, Zoe. You’re already my old lady, and it’s time I made you my wife.” He rubbed his thumb across the ring already decorating her finger. “Will you do me the honor of becoming my wife?”

“Yes, yes, yes.” He got to his feet, and she flung herself into his arms. She held him tighter than anything she’d ever held in her life. “I love you, Raoul.”

“I love you, too, baby.”

“Will I be conducting the ceremony today?” the priest asked.

“You will.”

They didn’t waste any time. Zoe didn’t need a big church wedding or to have hundreds of guests. This was perfect, a wedding at the club, binding herself to Raoul for the rest of her life.

She smiled at Holly and Duke, who held little Drake, with Matthew by their side. On the other pew there was Mary and Pike with their daughter, Starlight. She’d gotten close to the other two women in the last couple of months. They were her friends, and the Trojans were part of her life along with Raoul.

The ceremony lasted minutes, but she didn’t look away from Raoul the entire time. This was right. When the priest pronounced them husband and wife, Raoul’s lips were on hers, and in that moment she knew an eternity with him would never really be long enough.

She’d take what she could get, and later that night, Raoul showed her with actions and words, how important she was to him.

The End