Fun in Aruba, while at home secrets are coming to light.
He wanted that submission to be at a personal level only, with no possibility that his position above her in the company played a role in what might transpire.
* * * *
Kay took the call at her desk, and was elated to hear that she had been offered a marketing position at Google. She'd be working in their Chelsea office as part of the ad sales team. She promptly gave Barbara notice, and during the evening two weeks later, she was sitting in a bar with her now former co-workers, enjoying a few goodbye cocktails.
Bob sat at the empty bar stool next to Kay, and she gasped out loud when she turned and saw who had sat beside her. He chuckled at her in response.
"Am I really that scary, Kay?"
"What? No. You just startled me is all," she said, fumbling for words. "I didn't expect you to show up tonight."
"But you hoped I would," he replied, locking his eyes on hers.
She didn't answer. She didn't need to. The look on her face spoke volumes. Kay blushed, color rushing into her face from her chest and neck below.
"You're really quite adorable when you blush," he said, causing her to blush even more deeply. "Part of me is sorry to see you go, but then....it does seem to present me with an opportunity."
Kay gave him a quizzical look as her tummy rolled over deep inside. "What do you mean?"
"You've been seeking my attention for quite some time now, Kay, even though the thought of it frightens you. Well, now you have it. It seems you leaving presents you with an opportunity as well."
She was prepared to argue, but she knew it was pointless. He saw right through her. Instead, she decided to approach it head on.
"I can't stop thinking about you," she offered. "I don't know what it is, but...I just can't." She lowered her eyes, unable to continue looking at him.
"It's time to go," he said as he got up off the bar stool. Kay rose, and they walked out of the bar together. Bob hailed a cab, and they rode quietly for the short trip to his apartment building.
Kay sat beside him, her heart pounding in her chest. She had never in her life done something like this. While she certainly wasn't a virgin, she thought herself a good girl. She didn't do things like this, and yet, she now felt powerless to stop. Worse, she didn't want to stop. She needed this.
They pulled up in front of Bob's building and he paid the driver, then opened the door and got out. He reached a hand down to Kay, guiding her from the cab and into the building. They rode the elevator up to his floor in silence, and he unlocked the door and led her into his apartment. Kay was shaking the slightest bit and she felt short of breath.
She barely even noticed her surroundings as he led her into the living room and took her purse from her, dropping it onto an end table. He put a hand to her cheek and traced his index finger over her jaw line while gazing into her eyes.
"You really are quite beautiful, Kay."
She smiled and let out a small noise in response.
"You've been trying to show yourself off to me for months. Now you'll get your chance."
"Take off your dress, Kay."
She stared at him, the blush once again rising up through her neck and into her face. She had been naked in front of men before, but not like this. She was modest, and this just seemed so raw to her. She barely knew him, and here he was asking her to expose herself to him. Damn him, she thought. She gulped, then began to undo the buttons on her dress. Once they were all undone, she hesitated for just a moment before shrugging the dress off her shoulders and letting it drop to the floor. She was a little shocked that she had so readily complied with his command. She couldn't help herself. She needed to.
"Good girl," Bob said to her, causing her to bite her lip as she watched him take her in.
He took a step toward her, then ran his hand down her side and over the curve of her hip, watching her eyes as he did.
"Lose the panties. Keep the bra and heels on. I like them."
She obediently hooked her thumbs around the waistband of he