Because I Want a Vampire's Kiss! (Book 3)

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Chapter 14

The day before Leo and Camilla were to leave for her parent’s home, Leo went to pick up the rings he’d ordered for her the week before. Since they had decided to tell her parents they were already married, he figured having a ring on her finger would make it look more official. So, they’d gone together to the jewelers. They’d ended up going to four different ones before Camilla found what she deemed the perfect ring for him.

Leo had chuckled. Camilla had argued that since was forever, it needs it to be special. So, he’d given in gracefully and let her buy him a ring. It had come in yesterday, and she’d gone to pick it up. She’d then come home all excited and placed it on his finger with a kiss. Of course, that kiss had led to other things most pleasurable.

He glanced down at his left hand where the ring now sat and smiled. It was a simple man’s signet type ring with a ruby stone on it. Camilla said she just thought ruby suited him better than a diamond would. He had agreed with her because he did like rubies.

Camilla’s ring, on the other hand, was a lovely ring with a heart-shaped ruby surrounded by sapphires and diamonds. He’d gone with that because ruby was his birthstone, sapphire was her birthstone, and you need to have the traditional diamonds for the bride. The band was a simple gold one with three tiny diamonds on it. He just hoped the real thing is as lovely as it seemed in his head when he’d thought it up.

Pulling up to the jewelry store, he walked in and quickly picked up the rings, which had been paid for upfront when he’d ordered them. Opening the box up, he smiled down at them, turning the box this way and that in the sunlight and watching them sparkle. Camilla was going to love them.

The buzzing of his cellphone had him pulling it from his pocket. Tapping the connect button, he answered, “Vogel.”

“Mr. Vogel, this is Chad. I was calling to verify the use of the jet tomorrow.”

Ja, I will be needing it. I need it fueled and ready to go at six o’clock tomorrow morning. The flight is to South Dakota,” Leo informed him. He then gave a few more instructions.

“Alright Mr. Vogel, my crew and I will see you in the morning,” Chad said before hanging up.

Leo sat back in his seat and started the car. It was official, he was leaving what had been his home for almost three years now. Tomorrow he would be headed for South Dakota to meet Camilla’s family.

Sighing sadly, he looked around the town as he passed by different places. Leaving was never easy, even at his age, but this was the first time he would be going somewhere by himself and not with the rest of his family.

“Yes, Shelly, I’m finally coming home,” Camilla said with a laugh when her friend finally stopped squealing.

“I can’t believe it. After almost five long months without you, you’re coming home. Girl, we have got to have a girls’ day out, so you can tell me everything,” Shelly said, calmer now.

Camilla nibbled on her inner cheek, thinking about exactly what she wanted to tell her friend.

“Camilla… you’re being quiet,” Shelly commented. “What are you not saying?”

Camilla sighed; her friend knew her too well. “It’s just that it may be a while before we can do that because…”

“Stop beating around the bush and tell me already!” Shelly shouted.

“Okay, okay, calm yourself, I just…”


I’m married! Okay, I’m married!” Camilla shouted back in a rush.


“Um… Shelly?” Camilla whispered as a huff of air came down the phone line.

“Well, that was unexpected,” Shelly finally answered. “I figured your father planned to put you straight to work and would work you like a slave for a bit to make up for being gone. However, I have no words for that revelation, Camilla.”

“You knew I was going to look for my soulmate, Shelly. You know how I feel about the men in our town. They’re nothing but male gold-diggers, and I want no part of them,” Camilla reminded her friend.

Leo walked in as she waited for Shelly’s reply. With a smile, he walked over and kissed her cheek. He then picked her up and sat down with her in his lap. She lay her head back on his chest and gave a content sigh.

“Alright,” Shelly said, sighing. “Well, give me his name. I’ll ask for the finer details when I see you in person because I want to see your blushes when you do but give me a few details now.”

“Okay, well, his name is Leo Vogel, and he’s thirty-six. He has four brothers and together they own and operate a car dealership. Um… he’s originally from Germany and has the cutest accent. He has dark brown hair, cut like really short and blue eyes.”

Shelly laughed. “Short hair, huh? I bet that won’t last long, and blue eyes,” she sighed, “gotta love blue. You know that an accent is just icing on the cake, ’cause they’re so adorable. Bring his brothers with you though because if your gonna have a mister, I don’t want to be a third wheel.”

Camilla looked up to see Leo with a slightly puzzled look on his face. She knew he could hear the conversation and covered her mouth to laugh. When she stopped, she said, “Sorry sister, two of them are taken. I’ll see if I can talk the other two into a visit soon, so you can meet them though.”

“Fine,” Shelly huffed. “Look, I hate to end our call, but my lunch is over, and you know how Mr. Bale gets if I come back late. So, I’ll see you when you get there.”

“Okay, bye Shelly.”

“Bye, Camilla.”

Camilla hung up the phone and tossed it onto the sofa seat.

“That was your friend Shelly?” Leo asked after kissing her.

“Yes. She’s the best, and I can hardly wait to see her again.”

“So, what was the comment about short hair all about?”

She felt her face heat up a bit. “Ah, well, I kind of had a celebrity crush when I was young on a guy with long hair. It wasn’t so long you could put it in a ponytail or anything, but it was longer than yours.”

He hummed a bit, mentioning, “I do seem to recall you asking why I kept my hair so short. Could it be that you don’t like short-haired men?”

Her mouth dropped open in shock. She was about to argue with him until she saw the twinkle in his eye. “Don’t make fun of me, and no, I have no problems with your shorter hair. I just thought, the young girl that I was at the time, that running my hands through a man’s hair sounded… um…” she stuttered to a stop, her face now flaming.

Leo chuckled as he lay her down on the couch. Hovering over her as he said, “It’s okay, little one. I only cut it this short in the summer when it’s hot. In the winter I wear it more like Bruno, longer on top and short of the sides.”

She nodded. “It’s okay, Leo, I honestly like the way it looks.”

Leo leaned down and began kissing her again. Soon his kisses had her forgetting all about hair and everything else except him.

The next day, Leo and Camilla were up early. They finished the last of their packing, before heading out for the airport in a rented limo.

“Okay. So, we have our marriage certificate and the prenuptial agreement. You know Leo, I don’t want to show that to my father,” Camilla mentioned, glancing over at him.

“I know you don’t but I thought it best to have one anyway.”

Leo had decided to have his lawyer write up the prenuptial agreement, even though Camilla didn’t want one, and he knew they wouldn’t ever need it. The thing was, she knew the truth about him and his family, her parents didn’t though and never would. So, if a piece of paper would put her parents at ease, and make it easier for them to accept him, then he was willing to have that piece of paper.

He glanced over at her and saw she was staring at her ring. He grinned, she had loved it and had called his Mutter and his sisters-in-law to tell them all about the beautiful rings he had gotten her. Pulling her close, he kissed the side of her head and murmured, “I’m really glad you like your rings. It makes me happy when you are happy, little one.”

She looked up at him with a smile before she pulled his head down to hers for a kiss. The kiss soon became heated and her moans filled the limo. He pulled her onto his lap, his hands moving up her skirt and squeezing her upper thighs.

“Ah… Leo, you make me so…” she broke off to moan again as his fingers found her womanly folds and began their assault. She whimpered as she buried her face in his neck.

He knew she was trying not to scream as her hips jerked in rhythm with his fingers. He moved his lips to her neck, kissing around her mark. Then with a lick, he sank his fangs deep. That’s when he felt her inner muscles contract around his fingers.

She bit down on his neck, muffling her scream of release. He groaned at the feel of her biting him because he loved it.

“Leo, now I’m a mess,” she whispered.

He pulled her fangs from her neck, licking it as he moved back to look at her. “Mm… and I’m aroused, hard as a freaking rock. Man, who knew dress pants could be so tight.”

Camilla suddenly had a mischievous grin on her face.


She slid off the seat, moving his legs apart to kneel between them. Unzipping his pants, she huskily whispered, “Then let me help you with that love.

When her mouth closed over his engorged cock his head dropped back against the seat.

Best ride to the airport ever.

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