“Hmm.” Pursing her lips, Leia smiled and leaned into him. Obedience had become her best friend now.
Xavier could see her curvy figure, and could not deny that she was indeed an attractive
woman. Inevitably, his mouth felt dry. He swallowed slightly, then blurted out, “You…
You’re always behaving like a tomboy, but now, you’re being so polite. I’m not used to it!”
She didn’t open her eyes, but gently pinched his arm. “Don’t take my photos secretly… You can… do it openly.”
Xavier felt his face grow hot and he looked away in embarrassment. “Just forget about that. Pretend that you saw nothing.”
Leia murmured cheekily, “Okay, my bedtime dessert.” Xavier was speechless.
After ten minutes, the cab stopped at the large Osborne Mansion.
Leia did not want this moment to end. After she got out of the car, she found it difficult to say goodbye. “Umm… Do you want to come in?”
“No, it’s late. It won’t look good.”
“I’m not afraid, so you don’t have to be afraid either.”
“Just stop talking. Get out of the car.” Leia could not keep up her ladylike front any longer, and dragged him out of the car. “It’s fine if you don’t want to come in, but you have to kiss me. Kiss me until I’m satisfied, then I’ll let you go.”
She stood on tiptoe and grabbed the collar of his shirt, pulling him to her and kissing him deeply.
“Mmph-!” Xavier would never have guessed that the previously shy and timid woman would suddenly become so passionate now. His body immediately tensed, and he didn’t dare to move.
Hugging his neck, Leia closed her eyes tightly as she enthusiastically kissed the man before her, the alcohol in her body spurring her on. She had been unsure about Xavier’s feelings for her in the past, but she was confident now after seeing those photographs today.
“Xavier, just admit it-you like me. You don’t have to pretend.”
She grasped the back of his head, demanding, “Tell me the truth!”
Even though Xavier had always been able to handle the countless women who threw
themselves at him, Leia was the first person who was so brave and enthusiastic.
It was hard for him not to be moved…
“Woman, are you a woodpecker? Where did you learn how to kiss? You’re terrible at it!”
He said hoarsely as he broke off the kiss, and then gently held her face in his hands, and leaned down. His eyes darkened with longing as he murmured, “This… is what we call kissing.”
With this, Leia, the novice, entered a new world under the guidance of the extremely
experienced Xavier. For the first time, she learned that kissing was not merely about the collision of teeth and lips, and it was practically an art form. JrNovels.com