The bell rang loudly as it signaled the end of another long school day. Wolf checked his watch and then smirked as he watched the doors burst open as students piled out. More than anything he was glad that he graduated last year. It was so much easier being on this side of the doors. His eyes scanned the crowed as if looking for a particular person. Even through the crowd it wasn’t hard to see the most beautiful face in the whole school, or even in the whole town. The instant their eyes locked, both Wolf and the girl broke out into huge smiles.
The girl immediately ran to his Harley as her soft brown hair was flying and the knee length cotton skirt she was wearing swished around her legs. The halter top hugged her breasts and it only made Wolf’s mouth water all that much more. He knew as soon as she got out she ditched the uniform blazer that her father made her wear to school. Once she reached him, she wrapped an arm around his neck as her fingers sank into his dark hair. “I missed you so much today.” Her voice was soft and warm.
Wrapping two strong arms around her waist, he hauled her close to him. “I missed you too, Jacie. You know because of you I actually think I miss school.” Wolf teased her before bending his head and laying soft kisses along her jawline.
Soft giggles could be heard as Jacie slid her arms around his neck, pressing her body against his. “No you don’t. You hated school. You missed most of it. I’m the one who had to tutor you. Isn’t that how we met?” She slid her palms down his broad muscular chest, her second favorite body part of his.
“Do you regret it?” Wolf smirked as he took her backpack from her and put it in his saddlebag.
“Never.” Jacie shook her head.
Picking her up and placing her on the back of his bike, Wolf gave her a soft loving kiss. “Me either.” He straddled his bike and when he felt her arms slide around his waist, he closed his eyes for a few seconds. The day he met Jaqueline St. John he swore she was one of those stuck up rich bitches like the rest of the divas that filled the high school. One word out of her mouth and he was struck dumb realizing he was so wrong. Jacie, as he called her, was nothing like anyone else. She had a heart of gold. Sure, she came from old money, but you’d never know. She was his angel.
“Where are we going?” Resting her head against his broad muscular back, Jacie snuggled against him. He was her safety as well as the man she wanted to hold forever.
“Do you have to ask?” He teased.
Realizing just where he had in mind, Jacie beamed as she hugged him. “Take me there, Joey.”
Hearing his real name being spoken, Wolf wanted to turn her around and kiss her right there. Only Jacie ever called him by his real name. Everyone else called him by his road name since he was prospecting for the Iron Warriors MC. “As you wish, baby girl.”
The night sky was clear, and the stars were shining bright. There were no city lights to cause them to fade and the only light allowed to shine was the moonlight as it cast a celestial glow down on the two lovers. This was their special place. They had been coming here since they first met. It was quiet where no one would bother them. The only people that knew about it was Wolf, Jacie and the members of the Iron Warriors MC, since it was on their compound land. With Wolf being a prospect, he spent most of his time here on the compound.
Tonight was special because there was no rushing to bring Jacie home with her father on a business trip. That meant this weekend he could sleep next to her and kiss her good morning. Wolf held her on his chest as he stroked her cheek. “I didn’t hurt you, did I?” Despite it being just the two of them, he couldn’t help but whisper.
Looking up at him, Jacie beamed up at him. Her whole body was sore but in such a good way. “No, never. You never could hurt me.” Her palm slid over his chest where his heart lay underneath. “I love you, Joey. That’s why I wanted you to be my first.” Gazing into his eyes, she wanted him to see she meant every word of her confession. Getting up on one elbow and gazing down into his chocolate colored eyes, it was there when she realized just how much she cared for him. She didn’t mean to fall in love with the big bad biker, it just happened. All through their tutoring sessions, she kept telling herself it was for extra credit and it would look good on her college transcripts. Falling in love with Joey was unexpected but something she’d never regret.
Wolf sucked in his breath. Never in his life would he ever expect those three words to come from anyone, much less the girl that he loved more than life itself. Reaching up, he pulled her down into his arms as he kissed her passionately, putting all his feelings into that one kiss. His fingers sank deep into her chestnut colored hair. “I love you, baby girl. Jacie, you’ve become so important to me.” He softly nibbled on her lower lip while his fingers brushed along her spine. “You’ve been there through everything with me. When my father passed away from his heart attack and when cancer took my mother, I felt so alone.” His voice was hollow.
“You’re never alone, Joey.” Jacie bent her head and laid soft kisses all over his chest. Snuggling up to the hard muscle, she hugged him tightly. “I’m always with you.” Her whisper echoed in the darkness.
“I’m always with you, Jacie.” Wolf held her tight. “You’re mine now baby girl. You belong to me just as I belong to you. No matter what happens, you belong to me.”
The moon shone down on them and Jacie could see the way his eyes twinkled. “I’m all yours. I love you so much that I want to be with you forever.”
Just hearing those words had Wolf hauling her up on his lap as he slid deep inside of her again, silently thanking the Great Spirit for the birth control pills she was on. Nothing felt as wonderful as being inside of the girl he loved bare so he could feel all of her. Jacie moaned loudly and his hands came up to cup her full breasts. “Just so you know baby, once you graduate you’re coming to live with me at the clubhouse so we can do this every night.”
“I’m going to hold you to that.” Jacie giggled as she kissed along his jawline. “Most of all, I can’t wait to wait to wear the sword.”
The thought of Jacie wearing the sword tattoo with his name on it had Wolf growing harder inside her. The beautiful starry night was soon filled with the sounds of their passion. It wasn’t long before Jacie was moaning loudly and crying out Wolf’s name. It didn’t take long before Wolf joined her and the two lovers fell asleep in each other’s arms.
Being a prospect meant you did what the patches told you and you did it without saying a word. Wolf and Thor were cleaning up the garage when Jacie ran in. One look at her told Wolf something was wrong. She had red tearstained eyes and her face was blotchy. There was a red handprint on the side of her face as if someone slapped her. Immediately he dropped the broom and ran over to her. “Jacie? What’s wrong baby girl?” He took her in his strong arms and pulled her to his chest.
“Joey! He—he—” The words were trying to come out but more tears spilled out from her eyes and she buried her face in his chest as her shoulders shook with more sobs.
One look at Thor, and Thor nodded at Wolf. The other prospect exited the garage to give them privacy. Wolf sat down and pulled Jacie on his lap as he rocked her in his arms. “Baby girl, talk to me. What happened?”
Lifting her head, Jacie’s green eyes were filled with unshed tears. “My father.” She sniffed as she worked up courage to continue. “He was on a trip with his latest mistress. Of course, the bastard told Vincent and I it was business.” She scoffed.
Growling low in his throat, Wolf hugged her against his body. He hated Jacie’s father, Arthur. The man came from England and old money. His father was an Earl or something and with it came all the snobbery for the regular folks. The asshole believed women were only good for sex and bearing children. Which is why he used his mistresses to bear his children. His oldest child, Vincent, was born by his first mistress. Jacie was born by his third. Once they bore his children, they were kicked out with a large paycheck. The man was scum. Once the bastard caught him with Jacie and he told him that Jacie could fuck the help but she’d never marry them. Since that day, Wolf loathed him.
“What happened Jacie?” Wolf urged. He kissed her forehead.
“Vincent got a phone call saying he got in a rather nasty car accident in Paris. He died on impact.” Jacie wiped her eyes as she snuggled up close to Wolf. “I guess his mistress was with him.”
To be honest Wolf couldn’t be upset that her father was dead. But if it was hurting his woman then he’d be there for her. “I’m sorry baby girl.” His voice was strained.
Her head snapped up. “Joey, I’m not upset that Arthur is dead!”
Cocking his head, he tried to figure out why she was crying and sobbing on his chest. “Then why—”
More tears began to flow as she cupped his face and bestowed a soft kiss upon his lips. “I’m not going to turn 18 until August. It’s only March now. That means that Vincent has been named my guardian. That imbecile is moving us to LA. That’s where his home office is. I’m---I’m leaving in 24 hours.” She burst out into tears again. “He won’t let me live here by myself. He’s selling the house and everything of Arthur’s here in Arcadia. He’s taking me away.”
The news hit Wolf like a bullet as the breath that was in his body was suddenly gone. The love of his life, his baby girl, his Jacie was going to leave. He wouldn’t be able to look at her sweet face any longer. Wolf thought he was going to be sick. “You’re leaving me?” The words came out a bit angrier than he intended.
“I don’t want to!” Jacie protested. “I don’t want to leave. He’s forcing me to leave and move into his home. I hate LA. It’s too crowded and people there are so—”
“Cut the bullshit!” Wolf raised his voice. “You’ve told me many times when you’d go to visit your brother that you loved it down there.” The pain was making him act like this but he couldn’t stop even if he tried.
Hurt filled Jacie’s eyes as she stared at him. “It’s one thing to visit a place but it’s quite different to live there!” Her voice was cold. “I don’t want to leave. I want to stay here with you.”
“Do you?” He threw out.
Her jaw dropped as she slowly got off his lap. Jacie’s face crumbled as her body felt as if it would join it. “You don’t mean that.” Her voice cracked.
“Maybe I do. After all you’re leaving me.” Wolf stood up and grabbed the broom. The pain of losing the only woman he loved was causing him to become numb. “I mean when you’re in LA you’ll find a million new guys.”
Wiping her eyes, Jacie glared at him. “You know what, maybe I will.”
“Good luck in LA princess.” Wolf sneered. “Goodbye.”
Giving him one long hurtful look, Jacie turned on her heel. “Goodbye Joey.”