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By:Sam Crescent



"I didn't say anything, Carter."

"Yeah, well, Summer did."

"She's a season, right? The sister. I always remember them because of  their names, and because Summer was an uptight bitch hanging out with  the rough guys. The boys from the wrong side of the tracks."

It had been a fun couple of months as far as Carter was concerned. In  total he'd been with Summer a year and a half, and those fun couple of  months had turned into a nightmare. He'd been young, foolish, and Summer  had been a woman who wanted to experience it all. They had seemed like  the obvious couple. Yet, to him, they had not been well suited at all.  Both of them had wanted different things. Also, Summer hadn't been as  loyal as he was.

"Autumn, that's her name, and that is the car you're working on."

Carter ran a hand down his face, wondering where all of this was going. "You got a point to all of this?"

"No, I don't. I'm just curious what the hell you're thinking?" he asked.

"I don't see what the problem is."

"You really don't?" Denny asked, looking somewhat shocked.

"I'm seeing Autumn. I used to date her sister, but now I don't. What's the problem?"

"They're sisters, and you wanted a bit of the nice life, so you dated  Summer. Now you're sniffing around the younger sister. You're not just  sniffing around either. You're screwing each other."

Running fingers through his hair, Carter stared around the office,  really not sure what to say. "Autumn is different. She always has been."  He couldn't begin to describe it, not with Denny, not with anyone. From  the moment he saw Autumn, he'd been completely struck by her. She was  the kind of woman that didn't disappear. Not to him.

"I hope you know what you're doing." Denny stood up, and made his way  out of the office. The truth was, Carter didn't have a single clue what  he was doing. When it came to Autumn, he couldn't think straight, if at  all.

"I'm not going to do anything stupid," he said, calling to his friend.

Denny paused at the door and turned back to look at him.

"It's none of my business what you do, and I apologize for that. I'm here if you ever need to talk."

Sitting back in his chair, Carter opened up the drawer that contained  the panties from his time with Autumn. He shouldn't have kept them, but  there was no way he was giving them back.

The rest of the day went by without much event. Denny worked on cars as  did Carter. Neither of them brought up Autumn or Summer again. Denny  hadn't been a big fan of Summer, but his friend also didn't like to be  used either.

Autumn pulled up in a taxi at a little after five. Her cheeks were a  little flushed, and as he watched her, he saw the sparkle in her eyes.

"This her?" Denny asked.

"The one and only."

She walked up toward him. "Hey," she said.

"Hey, Autumn, this is my friend, Denny. Denny, this is Autumn."

"Nice to meet you, Autumn." Denny held out his hand, and then went to  pull it back, but Autumn shook his hand before he could do that.

"Same to you."

Denny stared at their hands and nodded.

"My car."

"I'm going to head out," Denny said.

"See you tomorrow."

Denny waved, and suddenly they were alone.

"My car?"

"Yes, your car."

"Let's go and take care of some business." He took her through to his  office, and this time, they didn't end up with no clothes on.

"What do I owe you?" she asked.


She sighed, turning toward him. "I can pay my way, and I'd like to do that now."

"You don't need to pay me. It was a pleasure doing this for you."

Autumn glared at him. "I won't take my car if you don't take payment."

"I liked working on your car, and I like getting to know you."

Her cheeks went even brighter, which he didn't think that was possible.

"Carter, I, this is crazy."

"Tell me about crazy. I just spent the whole weekend thinking about your  tight pussy, and how I want it wrapped around my cock again."

"I don't know what you want from me. You come to the bakery, and you're different. You're not like the guy I knew."

"I'm exactly the guy you knew, but the only difference is I'm single."

"What's that got to do with it?"

"Regardless of what Summer has said, I don't cheat. I don't lie, and I  don't fuck around with women. I couldn't fuck you then. I was attached  to someone."         



"And now you can?"

"I'm single."

"What do you want from me, Carter? No bullshit."

Carter stared at her. "I want us to fuck."

Chapter Five

Had she heard him right?

"You want to sleep with me?"

"No, I want to fuck you. I liked being inside you, and I'm not ready to call it a day. This wasn't a one time thing."

Autumn couldn't look away from him as he spoke. Carter looked so at ease  talking about sex, and what he wanted. She had a hard time telling  herself most days what she wanted. Like today with her sister. Summer  would expect her to phone ahead and tell her that she'd go on the date  with David. Autumn didn't want to, but she'd do it for her sister. Then  again, she did a lot for Summer.

The boring dates.

The boring bed partners.

It was all because she didn't believe she had a right to actually tell them what she wanted.

"You're rather blunt," she said.

"I don't want you to get the wrong impression."

"What kind of impression would that be?"

"That I'm joking around about this. I enjoyed screwing your brains out, Autumn. I'd like to do it again."

She smiled. "You're making it really hard right now to say a whole lot."

"We don't have to tell anyone. I don't give a fuck what Summer says, but  I see what you're worried about. I won't tell. It'll just be me and  you, no one else."

"I-I … " Words were always failing her around him.

Staring at Carter, she wondered what to say. The good girl inside her  was telling her to walk away, and not do anything about it. The bad  girl, she wanted to play, and play hard.

"I'll let you think about it." He gave her the sum, and she pulled out  her card, paying for the car to be fixed. Once they were done, he handed  her the keys and headed out. "Your car is a good one."

She turned toward him. "Today, and the other day, it was a mistake, Carter."

"Fine." He stepped closer.

"We shouldn't repeat that mistake."

"Okay." Another step, and his body was next to hers. "You think this is a mistake. The way I make you feel."


"You keep saying my name, but you know what, I don't hear any objection  with it, babe. I hear need. I hear want. How many times over the past  few years have you actually taken what you want?"

He cupped her cheek, tilting her head back, so that she had no choice but to look him in the eye.

"How many times have you walked away from a chance like this?"

She bit her lip, and he groaned.

"Is your pussy wet?"

"Yes," she said, breathless.

"Do you want my dick?"


"Have you let anyone else fuck your pussy at the same time fingering your ass?" he asked.


"I'll give you time, Autumn. You tell me what you want to do, but we  both know this isn't over. You want me. I want you. There's no reason to  hold back, to fight it. This is meant to be."

"You really believe that?"

"It's what I know."

To prove his point, his lips claimed hers, leaving her once again  wondering what the hell she was doing in denying him. She wanted him so  much. He'd dated her sister some time ago, and Autumn loved her sister,  but she really liked the feel of his lips on hers. He ran his tongue  across her bottom lip, and she opened up, accepting him.

He deepened the kiss, pressing his hard body against hers, making her  melt. Whenever she was around Carter, she melted. It was impossible not  to. He'd awakened a part of her she never thought existed, and no matter  what she did, she couldn't get it to close. He made her want to be a  bad girl, a dirty girl, and to say fuck it to everything else.

When he pulled away, she mourned the loss of his lips, and licked her own in return. "I'll see you soon," he said.

Autumn climbed into her car with tingling lips. Firing up the engine, she put her seat belt on, and pulled out of his shop.

"That was fine. This is fine. I can go, and everything is more than  fine. I'm happy. Of course I'm happy. Why wouldn't I be happy?" She  tapped on the steering wheel and navigated her way through traffic.

Over half an hour later, she was parking and heading toward her  apartment. Climbing the stairs, as the elevator was out of order, she  paused when she saw her sister sitting outside of her apartment door.

"What are you doing here?"

"I've come to make amends." Summer held up a bottle of wine.         



"Really? On a Monday?"