Last week you were introduced to what happens when Beth Ann gets nervous. She tends to putter and ramble.
This week you see just how nervous she can get.
The year is 1971 and Kaylob has always been an old fashioned guy. But at age fourteen he had made a promise to her brother to wait until she was at least twenty, or married.
Kaylob knew he should keep his word and he had wanted to wait until the wedding.
But with him leaving for a second tour he finally gets released from that old promise. Not to mention Beth Ann's tears as she begs him not to leave her again without experiences all the love. It has filled him with desire and the truth is, she's weeks away from twenty. Also, there’s the fact that they are engaged and love each other deeply.
Everything changed the minute he got off the phone with her brother.. The electricity filled air. He kissed her and left her dazed. She watched as he dims the lights and puts on soft music. She’s realized this might just be the moment she's been waiting for. But as usual her nerves get the better of her.
She has no clue what to do or how to do it. But she did read a book.
What had the book said? Oil, it had talked about that, but she didn’t have any type of oil. Oh, wait. Kaylob had cooking oil—extra virgin like her. That should be perfect. She jumped up from the bed, dashed into the kitchen, and pulled out a bottle of the olive oil.
Kaylob followed and gave her a puzzled look. “Sweetheart, what are you doing?”
“Ah, well . . . I was getting some ice water. Did you turn up the heat?”
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