Velvet Valentine (MxM)

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Date Night (Ruhail)

Days were better than I could ever expect them to be.

It was almost a week since I met Saroj and we were already acting more like a couple than I've ever done with anyone else before him.

Since Sunday, we've spent all the nights together. Some days in my apartment and some in his and my adoration for Saroj just kept hiking up. He was the sweetest and kindest boy I've ever had the fortune of knowing and loving. Granted he could be a little too emotional and nosy sometimes but his quirks made him that much more humane and beautiful.

It was the Sunday after the one we spent the whole day together. We've had a few makeout sessions but I didn't go as forward as I did on Sunday ever since. I knew it frustrated Saroj a little, he was an impatient little Bunny, but I did like to seem him so hot and flustered but helpless and vulnerable for me.

I had a nice surprise for him today. At least I thought it was nice, I was hyperventilating so much - it was comical almost. I'd have laughed at myself if I wasn't so distressed. I suppose it was unbecoming of a dominant to be this nervous to surprise someone with something nice, but Saroj wasn't 'someone' he was slowly becoming an integral part of my life as each day passed. I couldn't get enough of him - his smile, his laugh, his pout, his little tantrums and especially him calling me Daddy in that musical voice of his. I was falling headfirst in love with him and I didn't want to stop.

And I didn't just want it to be nice today, I wanted it to be perfect - because he deserved nothing less. And I would like to show him that I could be someone who would go out of his way to do good things for him, because he brought the sweetest, warmest light into the cold, darkness of my life - and I was thankful for it.

I'd been planning for today since last Sunday. I had talked Ria into letting me use two room of the mansion she was getting married in for this. She actually almost offered it to me when I told her about Saroj, but also made me promise that I would clean up after us. The mansion belonged to her dad but he wouldn't mind.

Ria had always been accepting of who I was, which was the reason why I had a small crush on her back in college. But it had died down. I loved her, but like a friend and a sister. Nobody was more important than my pretty Bunny now.

I was standing outside, waiting for Saroj. It was a bit chilly out, but I didn't mind. I had Ria's driver pick Saroj up and drop him here, so he wouldn't have to go through the hassle of getting to this place, especially in the outfit I've chosen for him. I smiled at the thought. I've instructed him to cover up with a knee length jacket - I didn't want anyone else to see him in that outfit before I did. Not even Ria's fifty year old driver.

I had to stand there for another five minutes before the car finally pulled up. And Saroj came out from the back, smiling shyly at me. The car drove away and I pulled my Bunny into my arms.

"Hi baby." I said and he blushed a lovely shade of pink.

"Hi Daddy." He whispered, not looking into my eyes.

"Are you wearing what Daddy chose for you?" I asked and he shivered. He loved it when I referred to myself as his Daddy.

"Yes." He said and I smirked.

"Yes, what?" I prompted and he blushed deeper.

"Yes, Daddy." He said, like the good boy that he was.

"Alright baby, let's go inside." I said and he nodded, I put my arm around his shoulder and led him inside. I couldn't wait to see how he looked under that long coat that he was wearing.

I led us to the lift and then to the third floor. This floor was off limit for everyone but us. We only needed two rooms but Ria wanted to keep everyone out of our way just in case. I didn't argue, that was actually kind of awesome.

I took Saroj to the first room and his delighted gasp was like music to me.

"It's so beautiful, Daddy!" He screamed and hugged me tight, his arms going around my neck, his heels clicking on the floor as he jumped excitedly.

"I'm glad you like it Bunny." I smiled and he smiled back at me.

The room has ceiling to floor windows and the view was magical. There was a small lake that was glimmering regally in the moonlight and made it look almost ethereal. I've kept the inside of the room dark and simple to match the environment. A few candles were burning, emitting a smell of fresh lavender. It was subtle that it didn't smell bad when mixed with the smell of the food and two glasses of wine. I planned to feed Saroj but I needed to have him in his full senses for what I had planned for us next. So just one glass of wine was all he was getting, I could get him drunk some other day.

"I love it Daddy." He whispered, now standing beside the window and looking at the glistening lake.

"Take the coat off baby, let Daddy see you." I said and he smiled coyly. His demeanor giving away the completely innocent facade he was trying to pull off. I knew he was nervous, but I also knew he was excited and eager.

He let the dark coat fall into a pool at his feet. And then his beauty took my breath away.

I had gotten him a dark maroon velvet dress. That wasn't really a surprise. I was actually taken aback when I had found out that as fond as he was of velvet, he never owned a dress made of it.

"I only wear dresses for shoots, Daddy. So I never bought one for myself." He'd told me. And that couldn't do, so I'd gotten him some. I really hoped he'd like them when I show them to him tomorrow but for today, it was the maroon one.

It ended just a few inches below his ass and it was tight in all the right places. It had spaghetti straps and a small choker running from the middle of the chest and went around his neck. It suited him perfectly, and made mouth water.

What captured most of my attention though, was the spike heeled sandals that adorned his pretty feet. I could see him in nothing but those heels while I moved inside of him. I almost undressed him there. Almost.

"You look good enough to eat." I smiled and he blushed. Peeking up through his mascara coated lashes.

"Thankie, Daddy." I loved when he was cute like this.

"Is my Bunny hungry?" I asked and he nodded, but wound his arms around my neck and pouted. Demanding a kiss.

I smiled and kissed his perfect lips. I knew his long-lasting matte lipstick won't come off so easy, so I took my time with it. I didn't let his plump lip go until he was moaning in my arms.

When I finally let him go, he smiled up at me.

"It all looks beautiful,Daddy. It's perfect." He said, which made me sigh in relief. I didn't realise how tense I was until that moment.

"I'm glad you like it baby. Now let's go eat." I said and he nodded.

We ate the food that I had ordered. It was delicious. One day I'd love to cook for my favourite boy but my culinary skills were still dubious. I didn't take the chance to ruin our first date with anything. I poured him and myself some wine and settled down into the chair opposite him.

"To my Bunny, for coming into my life and brining the light with you that ignited my whole existence. You're perfect and I can't tell you how lucky I am to have you here with me." I said and he blushed a perfect pink which looked amazing with his dress. We drank the wine and continued to eat.

"Daddy, where did you get this place from? It's amazing." He said and I shrugged.

"It belongs to one of my friend's father. Her name is Ria and she's getting married here in two weeks. She agreed to let me use this floor when I told her I wanted to take you out on a special date." I smiled.

"It's perfect Daddy, the view is amazing. Will you please thank her for me?" He said.

"You can tell her yourself, Bunny. I want you to meet her soon anyway." I said, but I didn't tell him that I planned to take him to Ria's wedding as my plus one. I'd ask him sometime next week. Today was just about us.

"Okay." He said and looked at his lap.

"What is it, Princess?" I asked and mentally kicked myself. I've never called him that. But I couldn't control myself when he sat across me in that dress. Looking like the prettiest princess ever. He didn't seem to mind though, he blushed and shook his head.

"Tell me." I said and took his free hand in mine.

"Thank you for doing this, Daddy. I know you think that I came into your life and made it better, but you don't know how much you mean to me." He took a deep breath and continued. "I didn't know what was missing from my life. But when I saw you in the club, I knew. I knew it Daddy. I knew it was you. I could trust you, depend on you, and I knew you'll guide me through life because you're just that kind of a person. I'm not much good with my words either, Daddy, but just know that I'll follow you to the end and not regret it. Because you're my Daddy, and... And, that's that." He said. Deliberately leaving something out, and I smiled. He could take his time.

"You brought colour into my black-and-white world baby. I can't be thankful enough. And I'm glad you think the way you think because I don't ever plan to let go of my pretty Bunny." I said and kissed his soft hand, and he blushed again.

We finished the rest of our dinner talking about random things. He loved to rant about the viciousness of the line of work that we were in. In all honesty, as much as I loved photography, the people I worked with were mostly backstabbing assholes. The world was dirty, and it took me a long time to make my stand. It wasn't much different with Saroj, he liked his job as a model and he liked blogging, but the competition was crazy high. But that wasn't his problem, his problem was the people who deliberately put others down to climb up the social ladder. He said it was sad how many acquaintances he had but he also only had like two genuine friends.

After dinner I went upto his and pulled him to his feet. He willingly came into my arms and smiled up at me, his hands going around my neck. I kissed his cheek and felt his smile widen. I lowered my mouth to his neck and he whimpered.

"Ready, Baby?" I asked him when I was done making the perfect bruise on his pale neck and he slid his dazed eyes up to me.

"Yes, Daddy." He said and I kissed him.

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