Because Now I Want A Kiss! (Book 5)

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Chapter 15

At precisely five minutes before seven, Rebecca’s mom pulled her car up in front of the Vogel house.

“That is a lot of cars,” Ben said with a whistle.

“Yes, well, Felix has four brothers,” Rebecca reminded him.

“Oh, yeah, poor guy!” Ben exclaimed. Then with a shrug, he exited the car.

“Hey, Felix ol’ man, how’s it goin’?” Ben yelled when he saw Felix walking their way.

“Ben, that is no way to greet someone,” Mom scolded.

Ben turned to pout at her. “But Mom, he’s gonna be family soon. I should be able to tease him just like I do Becks.”

Rebecca laughed. “Trust me, mom, it’s not any worse than Bruno. He...”

“Ha, see Felix, I told you, you were looking a bit rough! Even strangers can see you’re getting old before your time. I’m telling you, it’s because of you being... oaff! Hey! What was that for?” Bruno yelled as Felix elbowed him in the gut.

“You deserved it, Bruno. Now, leave the boy alone,” Mr. Vogel said as he walked out.

“But Vater!” Bruno whined.

“No buts! Go back inside before you scare our company away. Go, shoo!” Mr. Vogel said as he made a shooing motion at Bruno.

Rebecca and her mom both giggled quietly as Felix made his way over to them.

“I’m going. I’m going,” Bruno muttered as he turned and walked back inside.

“See, Mom, Ben is in good company with Bruno,” Rebecca told her as she patted Ben on the back. She was then walking up to meet Felix and said, “Hi.”

Felix smiled, pulling Rebecca into his arms. Giving her a light kiss, he pulled back to say, “Hello Mrs. Hartmann, Ben. Welcome.”

“Hello, Mrs. Hartmann, I am Jantis Vogel,” Felix’s dad said as he held out his hand for her mom to shake. “I believe my wife is in the kitchen, but you will meet her soon.”

“Please, call me Linda,” her mom said as she shook Jantis’s hand. “This is my son, Ben.”

“Hello, sir, nice to meet you,” Ben said politely.

Jantis gave the nod, and they all walked inside. “Everyone, this is Rebecca’s Mutter, Linda, and her Bruder, Ben.” Turning to Felix, he requested, “Felix, introduce everyone.”

Ja, Vater,” Felix agreed. “Mrs. Hartmann, Ben, Rebecca, this is my oldest Bruder, Leo, his wife Camilla, and their daughter, Heide.”

Rebecca had not met Leo. She smiled at him, though, as he stepped forward, holding a little girl with bright red hair and blue eyes. Rebecca took hold of the little girl’s hand, making her smile. “She’s so pretty. How old is she?”

“She is a year and a half,” Leo answered.

“I bet she’s spoiled with all these uncles,” Rebecca teased with a smile.

“Just a little,” was Leo’s answer. “Welcome to the family, Rebecca.”

“Yes, welcome,” Camilla said as she hugged Rebecca.

“Thank you,” Rebecca said before stepping back to Felix’s side.

Leo and Camilla then moved to greet her mother and brother. The next couple stepped up, and Felix said, “This is Bruno and his wife Veronica, who Rebecca has already met.”

Rebecca hugged Veronica before she moved down to greet Rebecca’s mom.

“Ah, I’ve heard a lot about you, bro,” Ben said when Bruno reached him. “Becks threatened to do me bodily harm if I spent too much time around you. She said I was already naughty enough without your influence.”

Ben, that is not what I said,” Rebecca denied. “What I said was, you two are too much alike and would get into all kinds of trouble if we didn’t watch you both like a hawk.”

Ben laughed. “Yeah, and that is just sooo much better.”

Rebecca rolled her eyes and huffed. “Whatever, Ben.”

By that point, everyone was laughing. Most agreed that Bruno would get Ben into trouble and did need to be watched.

“Next is Tobias and his wife, Kendra. She’s due to give us another little girl to love any day now,” Felix continued.

“I’ve met Tobias, but it’s nice to meet you, Kendra,” Rebecca said to the pretty redhead.

“Nice to meet you also. Tobias said you took a liking to his truck,” Kendra mentioned.

Rebecca grinned. “Oh, yeah! If I ever get a truck, I want one just like it, only in blue!”

“This is the next Bruder, Falco, his wife Kimberly, and their son, Derek,” Felix continued.

“Hi, I’m Derek, and I’m three,” a little boy said from where he stood in front of Rebecca.

“Well, hello, Derek,” Rebecca said, stooping to his level. “My name is Rebecca, but you can call me Becks if you like.”

“Oaky Dokie,” Derek said, then ran off.

“He’s adorable,” Rebecca murmured.

“Welcome to the family, Rebecca,” Falco said, hugging her.

Kimberly hugged Rebecca also as she welcomed her to the family.

“Come, come, everyone, I have food ready to serve,” Mrs. Vogel said from the doorway.

Felix led the way, and everyone else followed.

There was much laughter at the table that night. Rebecca was glad to see her mom with a soft smile on her face the whole evening. She was a bit worried because they all had German accents. She had feared it would make her mom think of dad too much. It didn’t seem to affect her, though, thankfully.

Leo’s accent was the strongest, after his parents, and he didn’t say much, except to scold Bruno almost constantly. Ingrid finally told Bruno to behave, or she would let Leo take a whip to him. Bruno pouted for all of five minutes. Then he was at it again.

Felix kept hissing, though, and Ben was giving him strange looks. Finally, Rebecca felt it was time to say something. So, to get his attention, she softly called his name.

Felix turned to look at her.

“I don’t know if you realize this or not, but my brother is giving you strange looks,” Rebecca informed him. “I think he’s rethinking giving his blessing for you to marry me.”

Felix’s eyes widened as he glanced over at Ben. Ben was staring at Felix with a frown.

“What did I do to upset him? Tell me, so I can make it right,” Felix pleaded. “Meine Geliebte, I cannot live without you.”

“Stop hissing at Bruno,” Rebecca suggested.

“What?” Felix asked, with wide eyes and a shocked face.

“Felix, you’ve been hissing at Bruno and his antics all night,” Rebecca told him. “I think Ben heard you a few times. Now, if you don’t want to explain why you do it, I would suggest you stop.”

Felix slumped in his seat and lay his head on her shoulder. “I’m sorry, Kitten. I suppose being surrounded by family, I just didn’t realize I was doing it.”

“Well, just in case Ben asks you about it later, you need to have a good excuse,” Rebecca replied.

Felix nodded, and they rejoined the conversation. Finally, around ten, everyone began to head out.

“Rebecca, are you coming home with us?” Mom asked.

“Please, let me take you home, Kitten. I have missed you today and need you,” Felix whispered in her ear.

“Felix will take me home, Mom,” Rebecca answered. “I’ll be home late.”

“Well, I suppose that’s alright since you have nowhere to be tomorrow,” Rebecca’s mom agreed. “I’ll see you tomorrow then since I’m going home and straight to bed.”

“Alright. Night, Mom, Ben,” Rebecca said.

Then with a wave, they went to their car, and Felix led Rebecca toward his truck.

Felix didn’t take Rebecca straight home. Instead, he took her outside of town, down a minor back road, and parked in a field. Getting out, he grabbed a blanket from behind his seat before opening her door and helping her out.

“What are we doing here, Felix?” Rebecca quietly asked.

“I just want to spend some alone time with you. I’ve not had you to myself all day, and I’ve missed you,” Felix murmured as he lay the blanket on the hood of his truck and placed her on it. Climbing up, he positioned himself next to her and held her tightly.

“It’s beautiful out here,” Rebecca murmured as she gazed at the stars.

“Mm... it is,” Felix murmured.

Rebecca glanced at him out of the corner of her eye and found him looking at her. “If you brought me to stargaze, shouldn’t you be gazing at them?”

“But I didn’t bring you to stargaze,” was Felix’s reply.


Felix leaned in and whispered, “Nein. Although, if you ask me nicely later, we might get to that.”

First, Felix pulled her up onto his lap, so she was straddling him. Next, he wrapped her hair around one hand as the other gripped her waist. Then, he began kissing her.

Rebecca’s hands reached up to grip his neck as she moaned in her pleasure, rubbing her body against his. Giving a light whimper, she pulled back slightly, saying, “Felix, you make it so hard to control my raging hormones.”

Felix moved his kisses to her neck, and she felt his fang graze her skin. “A taste, Kitten. May I have just a taste?”

Never would Rebecca deny him his need. So, she tilted her head in silent agreement.

Felix bit down on her neck.

Rebecca moaned as the fire of desire flooded her veins. It made her body come alive and had her wanting more than just Felix’s fangs inside her. Then she felt Felix’s hand moving up under her skirt and between her thighs and whimpered in anticipation, sighing when the wait was over. Rebecca cried out as his fingers created magic, and her hips began to move with the rhythm he’d set.

Felix withdrew his fangs, licking the wound closed. Moving back a bit, he gazed into her eyes.

“I want to play too, Felix,” Rebecca told him breathlessly

Felix hissed softly before removing his fingers, and she whimpered at the loss. Felix flipped them so that he was hovering over her.

The move allowed Rebecca to reach down between them and unfastened his jeans. Freeing his arousal, Rebecca wrapped her hand around his stiff shaft. Felix adjusted their position slightly and returned his hand to the juncture between her thighs. His fingers once more slid through her wet folds.

Rebecca moaned as pleasure once more coursed through her body. She wondered if she would ever get enough of this man of hers.

“Better, Kitten?” Felix asked against her neck.

The feel of his cool breath against Rebecca’s skin sent shivers of need down her spine. She whimpered out a “yes” as his fingers began to move again. Squeezing his hardened shaft, Rebecca began to move her hand also.

Soon they were both completely lost in each other.

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