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Chapter 11. Adventure

As usual, I got kicked out of class for saying something I shouldn’t have. I texted Mia and told her I was kicked out. I told her to tell her teacher she had to go to the bathroom.

She argued with me for a couple of minutes but gave up. Mia walked down the hallway.

I peeked around the corner and saw her. I had a smirk on my face.

Mia didn’t see me yet. She started to walk past where I was hiding.

I grabbed her around the waist and threw a hand over her mouth.

She tried to scream because she didn’t know it was me. She fought against me, trying to escape.

Damn, she is tough. I pulled her into the janitor’s closet. I spun her around to face me and lit my phone up so she could see my face. It was dark. I locked the door, which I had her pressed up against.

“Hi, mami,” I murmured.

Her eyes widened in shock. She smacked me in the chest. “You,” she hissed. She couldn’t seem to finish. Her breathing was still ragged from me, scaring her.

I chuckled in response. “Sneaking out of class to see your boyfriend?” I tsked. “Naughty girl.”

“You scared the hell out of me,” she growled. The irritation in her eyes faded because of the smile that was on my face. She smiled and rolled her eyes. I lowered my lips to hers. She kissed me back, fervently.

She tangled her hands into my hair. Mia had come to school, wearing a short skirt. It had been driving me mad all day. I kept one hand on her hip as the other trailed up between her bare thighs. My tongue slipped into her mouth, and she moaned. Our tongues danced together, effortlessly. I pressed my finger to her clit above her panties.

She gasped and broke the kiss. “Oh my god, Angel! We can’t do this here!” she squealed. She giggled as I trailed my lips hungrily down her jaw.

“Sure, we can,” I murmured. “Class won’t be over for at least thirty minutes.”

“I told her I was just going to the bathroom!” Mia hissed.

I laughed. “Did you tell her you didn’t feel good like I told you to?”

“Well, yeah...” she trailed off. She was fighting back a moan.

“Then she shouldn’t be expecting you for a while,” I said. I bit down on the sensitive spot just below her ear.

“Oh, fuck,” she moaned. She grabbed my face between her hands and smashed her lips back to mine.

I groaned against her lips and pushed her panties out of the way. I pressed a finger to her clit and started rubbing it. I felt her legs begin to shake. I wrapped an arm around her waist and lifted her.

She wrapped her legs around my waist and kept her fingers knotted in my hair. She moved her hips as I rubbed her clit faster.

I slipped a finger inside of her. My finger pumped in and out of her mercilessly. Both our breathing was ragged.

She tilted her head back against the door and moaned. Her eyes were full of lust. I loved making her feel this way. The sound of her moans had my cock growing hard. She shuddered and moaned against my lips as her orgasm rocked through her.

When she came down from the orgasm, her eyes fluttered open and met mine. We stared at each other as our breathing slowed. I slowly set her on her feet and gave her a wicked smile.

“Please don’t,” she murmured. She knew I was going to ruin the moment.

“Now, you have an awesome sex story to tell your girlfriends.” I winked at her.

She balled her fist up and punched me in the chest.

“Ouch,” I grunted and rubbed my chest. “You hit like a guy, mami. I like it,” I purred.

She laughed. “You wouldn’t like it if I hit you in the balls.”

I threw my hand over my legs and shook my head. “I want to keep those. I’m going to make some gorgeous babies one day, mami,” I teased.

“Come on. We have to get out of this closet before someone catches us.” She chuckled and turned to open the door.

I followed her out. We looked both ways. The hall was empty, so she hurried back to class.

Mia and I had been official for almost a month. To our knowledge, we were doing good about keeping it from her dad. However, Mia was confident her mom knew. Maybe her mother just didn’t care.

The rest of the school day flew by in a blur. Mia had to go straight home after school. I had to go home too.

Dad wanted me to go on a run with him. We were dropping off some guns down in Phoenix, Arizona. It was a five and a half-hour drive. I wouldn’t be back until probably four in the morning.


Dad and I drove out to the semi company we owned. We had workers who ran legal things, but we didn’t let them run the illegal stuff.

We took the semi down to a warehouse and loaded it up.

“This sucks,” I told dad.

“At least we don’t have to do the Texas run,” Dad chuckled. He had a good point.

Austin and Luis were taking a shipment down to Houston, Texas. It was twice as far as the drive we had to do.

Once we were loaded, Dad and I got back into the semi. Dad shifted the semi into gear and pulled away from the warehouse.

“So, are you considering telling Mia?” Dad asked.

“Not really,” I sighed. “What if I lose her over it?”

“If you do, maybe she isn’t the right one,” Dad said. I knew he was going to say that. That is what he said before.

“Maybe,” I agreed.

We sat in silence for a while.

Dad stopped for something to drink and a bathroom break.

Mia texted me during her breaks at work. I wanted to do something with her soon, but I wasn’t sure what.


It was probably a stupid idea, but I was good at those. I crawled up to Mia’s bedroom window and knocked. I watched as she slowly sat up.

She got out of bed, confused, and I tapped lightly on the window again. She began to walk toward the window and stopped when she saw me. She stared at me in disbelief, and I smiled wickedly at her. She opened the window.

“Angel?” She asked tiredly and rubbed her eyes. “What the hell? It’s four in the morning,” she scolded.

“So?” I chuckled. “Get dressed, mami. We’re going on an adventure.”

Mia was staring at me like I had lost my mind. I had just got back an hour ago and hadn’t slept yet. I was wound up from being overly tired.

“Are you out of your mind? We have school!” She hissed under her breath.

“Actually, we don’t. Some crazy bastard sent in a bomb threat,” I smirked.

“I’m going to guess that crazy bastard is you.” She huffed and crossed her arms over her chest. The accusation in her eyes was funny. It took all I had not to laugh.

“What? Me?” I asked in fake disbelief. “Never.” I shook my head.

She tried to fight it but couldn’t. A giggle bursted through her lips. “Fine, stay here,” she said sternly. Mia closed the purple curtain to get dressed.

I turned around and sat down. The night was sort of warm and muggy. It must have rained earlier, while I was gone. The sky was cloudless now and was a dark blue. It was nearing sunrise.

When she was done, she crawled out of the window. I jumped down first. She jumped down next.

We walked hand in hand to my car. She jumped into the front seat of the jeep with me. I lit a cigarette and turned the radio up a bit.

“Where are we going?” Mia asked.

“It’s a surprise.”

“I hate surprises,” she grumbled in irritation. She yawned and rubbed her eyes.

I almost felt bad for waking her up, but I knew she was going to love where we were going. “You’ll like this one, mami,” I chuckled.

We still had plenty of time to get there. We climbed out of the vehicle and walked hand in hand up to the trail.

“We’re hiking?” Mia asked, surprised.

“Well, there are stairs most of the way up,” I said.

She followed after me up the trail. After we followed the dirt trail, a little way, there were stone steps. I let her walk in front of me as curiosity got the better of her. The steps came to an end, but we weren’t there yet. I pulled her off the trail and walked up further.

“You’re going to get us lost, Angel,” she said. She didn’t sound like she minded getting lost.

“Nah, I come up here all the time,” I told her.

Everyone always stuck to the trail, I had a spot that nobody ever went. I was the type not to follow the rules, so why follow a path? One day I walked off the trail looking around for other areas, and I found a beautiful spot. I pulled her up some of the steeper parts.

The sound of the ocean hitting the side of the cliff could now be heard. Mia started to follow the sound. It was still dark, but the sun would be rising soon. When the sun sets and rises up here, it’s incredible. There was a break through the trees. Mia stepped out first, and her breathing caught instantly.

“Wow,” she breathed.

“Come sit down,” I said and pulled on her arm.

She followed me close to the edge of the cliff. I sat down, and she sat down between my legs. She leaned back into my chest.

I wrapped my arms around her waist and pulled her closer. It was dark, but you could still see the ocean down below. When the sun rose, we would see it a lot better, though.

“Did you find this place?”

“Yeah, I did,” I said. “I’ve never seen anyone else up here either. I haven’t told anyone about it until now.”

“So, why did you bring me here?”

“I don’t know,” I murmured. Truth was I wasn’t sure. I just knew I wanted her to see it. “I wanted to bring you here yesterday to watch the sun go down. But you got asked to work, and I got asked to work too,” I chuckled. “Sunrise is pretty cool too.” I knew she liked to go sightseeing, and I wanted to see her reaction.

“Thank you,” she murmured.

“For what?” I asked, confused.

“Nobody has ever been as good to me as you are. No one pays attention to me the way that you do. You seem to know me better than people who have known me my whole life,” she said softly. “I seriously can’t believe you sent in a bomb threat just to bring me here, though.” She bursted into a fit of giggles.

“Anything for you, mami,” I murmured. After that, we stayed silent for a long moment.

“What if you get caught?” She asked worriedly.

I snorted. “I won’t get caught. I’m a genius.”

She rolled her eyes. “That ego is going to get you into so much trouble one day.”

The sun was beginning to rise. The reason I wanted to watch the sunset was that it would set over the ocean, and it was beautiful. The sun didn’t rise over the sea. The sun reflected off the water in beautiful rays of light.

“Wow, beautiful,” she murmured.

“You’re beautiful,” I told her.

She craned her neck to look up at me. I stared back down at her with an intense gaze. She tangled a hand into my hair and pulled my face closer to hers. I pressed my lips to hers softly.

This girl was so amazing that I couldn’t imagine being with somebody else. Mia amused me in so many different ways, in ways nobody else ever did. I wasn’t the type to get real close to people. Out of all my friends, the only one I considered myself close to was Jesse. If I lost her, I think it would destroy me. I couldn’t even handle the thought.

We broke the kiss, and she looked back out over the ocean.

“I’m glad I didn’t listen to my dad,” she murmured. “This has been the best adventure so far.”

“Me too,” I told her.


On the way back to the mansion, I had given Mia a cell phone. I told her it was the only way I could talk to her. I knew her dad knew her passwords to her phone. She had to delete all of our messages and saved my number under a different name. I didn’t want her to get caught talking to me. At first, she argued with me because the phone was expensive, but she gave in.

Mia and I headed into the mansion. “Where are we going?”

“To see my mom,” I said. I pulled her toward the study.

Andersen was dusting off a vase watching us curiously.

“No, Angel! I’m drenched. I don’t want them to see me this way!” She hissed and pulled back.

“So am I. She won’t care,” I chuckled. “Come on.”

“Seriously, Angel, no. We’re soaked and dripping all over the floor,” she argued. I continued to pull her down the hallway.

“Trust me, they aren’t going to care,” I laughed.

I threw the door open and pulled Mia into the study. Mom was sitting in her chair. Dad was sitting on the corner of the desk, pointing at something.

“Hi,” I smirked.

Dad and Mom both looked up at us.

Dad threw his head back and laughed. “Well, I guess we know what you were doing today.”

“Why are you all wet?” Mom chuckled.

“Mia fell into the ocean, and I had to save her,” I said in a serious tone.

Mia bursted into laughter and smacked me on the arm. “I did not!”

Mom smirked. “Let me guess,” she started.

Uh-oh. No way, she couldn’t possibly know.

Mia looked up at me, worriedly.

“You sent in the bomb threat?” Mom asked.

“Me?” I pointed a finger to my chest. “What? Pfft, no.”

Dad threw his head back and howled with laughter.

Mom rolled her eyes. “Right, quit doing that,” Mom said sternly.

“Don’t ever lie to your mom, kid. She can sniff out a lie like a dog,” Dad chuckled.

Mom giggled and nodded in agreement.

“As long as I’m smart about it, right?” I chuckled.

Dad tilted his head back and forth as if to think it over. “I suppose.”

Mia was staring at us, horrified. “You say it like it isn’t the first time he has done it?” Mia said to my mom.

“It’s not,” Mom answered. “He did it when he was thirteen and fifteen.”

Mia looked up at me questioningly.

“The first time was because I wanted to get out early so I could beat the hell out of Chase Adkins. Mom said if I was suspended again, she was going to take my video games away,” I explained.

“Who is Chase Adkins, and why?” Mia asked.

“He moved away a couple of years ago. You don’t know him. He was flirting with a girl I liked,” I chuckled.

“Which girl?”

“I can’t even remember,” I said honestly.

“You must not have liked her that much,” Mia said. She rolled her eyes.

“It was a long time ago,” I chuckled. “I liked a lot of girls. Just none of them as much as you, mami.”

“Smooth,” Mia said. She laughed under her breath. “What about the other time?”

“My parents went out of town and Jesse and I wanted to have a party. We had to get out of school early to get things ready,” I said.

“What is the matter with you?” Mia shook her head.

“What isn’t wrong with that boy is a shorter list,” Mom said and laughed.

“Don’t listen to her, mami,” I whispered in Mia’s ear.

Mia let out a giggle.

“What are you guys working on?” I asked, turning to my parents.

“Hotel in Madison, Wisconsin,” Mom said. “It’s going up next week. Do you want to come?”

“Wisconsin sucks, I’ll pass,” I muttered. Mia and I stepped further down into the study.

“Well, fine,” Mom started, then pursed her lips. She pointed a pencil at me, and my eyes widened. “But no more parties!”

“I did not!” I denied it quickly. “How the fuck does she find this shit out?” I grumbled.

My dad was shaking with laughter. “She’s smarter than you,” Dad smirked.

“I know everything you do,” Mom said. She narrowed her eyes at me.

“Sure,” I exaggerated the word and chuckled.

The door suddenly bursted open. I spun around defensively and pushed Mia behind me. There were men with masks and body armor on. It was the S.W.A.T team.

“Oh shit,” I breathed. A bunch of men ran into the room with their guns pointed at us.

“Get down!” They all shouted.

One of the men shoved me down to the floor. A grunt escaped me from being shoved onto the floor so hard. I watched in horror as one of them grabbed my mother aggressively.

My father punched him in the mouth, but soon enough, my parents were both on the floor too. They looked at each other in shock and confusion. They looked up at me. Dad gave me a stern look, and I gave him a slight nod.

I looked up at Mia. Mia was pulled back, and one of the masks came off. It was Ademar, of course. I gritted my teeth.

“Dad?” Mia sneered.

Ademar pushed her back gently, and his boot came down on my face.

I groaned in pain. He just doesn’t know when to quit–I thought to myself. One of the officers raised me to my feet. As blood trickled down my nose, the cop turned me to face Ademar.

“You fucking idiot,” I muttered. “You just don’t know when to stop.”

“We have a warrant this time,” Ademar sneered.

“Go ahead, fuck this place up. When you don’t find anything, my parents are going to sue the police department, and you will be out of a job.” A knowing smile played at my lips.

Mia stared between her father and me in shock and confusion. “Let go of me, I’m leaving,” Mia sneered at her father.

“You are coming with me,” Ademar said. He pulled Mia away from me.

Mia looked back at me with a concerned expression. The cops pulled my parents and me from the study. The other cops stayed behind to raid my house.

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