“Adriel Summers,” he smiled up at her. Adriel looked down on her lover, still unbelieving of the current situation. Of course, she had imagined this a thousand times in her head. Being married to Zeth and having the opportunity to stay with him until the end of their lives was one of her greatest desires. Now that the moment had come, she couldn't help but be emotional. “You have changed my life in the best way possible, and I don’t think I can live without you anymore," Zeth said. “I love you so much,” tears started welling up in his eyes. “I see you every single day, and yet I still feel like I miss you. I love you so so much, but I still feel like I haven’t loved you enough. So, allow me to love you for the rest of our lives. I may not be able to promise a perfect relationship, but what I can promise is perfect love.” “Will you marry me?” he finally asked the question. It was a brief statement, but nonetheless, it was perfect. Tears started streaming down Adriel’s face the se
“Let’s sleep,” Aria said after a heavy make-out session.“What?” Kian absentmindedly said, still dazed from the heated kiss they shared. Aria giggled. “I’m tired, honey. Let’s sleep,” she said, wrapping her arms around his waist and resting her head on his chest.After a few seconds, the rise and fall of her chest started getting deeper—an indication that she had already fallen asleep. Kian looked up at the ceiling and sighed. “Aria,” he said.As expected, Aria had already fallen asleep. He closed his eyes as he placed one of his hands over his crotch. He felt his hardening member underneath his think cotton shorts. He let out a sigh of disbleief before pinching himself. "Calm down," he whispered to himself. He looked at Aria, who was peacefully sleeping beside him, and couldn't help but bite his lips. It has been about two months since they started their relationship, and everything has been great since then. Sure, they bicker from time to time, but it's really nothing serious.
"How are you doing over there, bro? Have you been to the Eiffel Tower yet?" Cedric shook his head. "Not yet. I've never really gotten the chance to tour around," he said. Kian's eyes widened in surprise. "What? But you've been there for a week. You should go around the city when you have the time!" Cedric scratched the back of his head. "It's just that—It's hard adjusting to the atmosphere here. Besides, I took care of my papers for the company transfer, and I also finished furnishing my apartment. I didn't have any time to tour around." Kian sighed. "Are you deliberately staying in your own apartment?" "No," Cedric sheepishly said. "You're lying," Kian said. "I know that you're confining yourself in your own little space once again. There's no use in lying to me, bro. I know you like I know the back of my hand." Cedric clicked his tongue. "There's nothing interesting around here!" "You haven't even tried going out yet. How would you even know?" he asked. "Come on," Kian urge
"Why are you so nervous?" Kian asked, looking at Zeth, who was pacing back and forth in the hotel room. "Fuck off," he said. Kian raised his hands up in surrender. "Damn. You don't have to be so sensitive."Zeth groaned and attempted to run his fingers through his hair. However, when he realized that his hair had already been styled, he quickly placed his hand down and continued pacing back and forth."You're making me dizzy, man. Sit down," Kian exclaimed. "Where's Cedric when you need him?" Zeth asked under his breath. "Hey," Kian said in an offended voice. "Your best man is right here!" he exclaimed, pertaining to himself. "Don't look for another person when I'm literally right here.""Yeah. You were my second option," Zeth deadpanned. "If Cedric didn't have to leave too early, then he would have been my best man."Kian rolled his eyes. "Whatever, man. You're stuck with me. And because you said that, I'm not going to comfort you. Instead, I'm going over to the bride's room upst
Adriel rolled down the car window to let the fresh gush of wind run through her hair. She closed her eyes and breathed in the scent of the sharp grass and the fresh flowers. She was already eight months pregnant, and it's been getting harder and harder to manage her pregnancy each day since her due date was getting nearer. She's been feeling more nauseous in the city with all the pollution, so Zeth decided for them to stay in the province while waiting for her due date. Zeth chuckled as he watched his adorable wife smiling widely at the green scenery. Even if he'll be swamped with work the second he comes back to the city, he knows that it's better for them to stay here for the sake of Adriel's health. He's willing to do anything just to always make her feel at ease. "Aren't you feeling dizzy, angel?" he asked. Adriel looked back at him and shook her head. "No. The air over here is so fresh that I don't feel nauseous at all. Thank you for bringing me here despite your busy schedul
"Kian, Kian," Aria shook Kian awake as she looked at her phone in awe. Zeth had just sent her a text message, saying that Adriel had already given birth to their daughter, and there's nothing she wanted more but to travel to the province to see the precious little girl herself. She clicked her tongue as she shook awake her lover. "Wake up, Kian," she exasperatedly said. "Baby," she tried calling out her sweet nickname for him, but to no avail. She sighed and decided to bring out her final weapon. "We're not going to have sex for an entire month if you don't wake up right now."Like a magic spell, Kian woke up from his slumber and looked at Aria with wide eyes. "No sex? What? What's happening? What time is it?" he said, still drunk from his sleep. Aria smiled and held onto his arm, pulling him to stand up from the bed. "Let's go!" she excitedly said. "Where are we going, Aria?" He looked at the bedside clock. "It's literally 4 AM in the morning! Where do you want to go in this ung
"Oh my gosh," Aria exclaimed as soon as they arrived in the vicinity of the Zhang mansion. It was her first time coming here, and she couldn't believe that Kian hid the fact that they owned this kind of home from her. She knew that his family was rich, but she never even imagined that they were rich RICH. Kian scratched the back of his head, looking around the house where he spent his childhood in. All the good and bad memories came rushing to his mind—mostly the bad memories, though. Because of his family, he had quite a hard time growing up. If it weren't for Cedric, who was always with him when they were younger, then he reckoned that he must have gone insane. It's a good thing that his parents don't meddle with their lives anymore. As they grew up, they just started caring less and less. For Kian, that was better, though. At least now, he can choose the life he wants to live. "You okay?" Aria asked, looping her arm around his. Kian snapped out of his thoughts and tried his be
"Baby, my baby," Adriel muttered in her sleep, her head moving from side to side. Zeth quickly opened his eyes to see what Adriel was talking about. He let out a sigh when she appears to be having a nightmare. "Angel," he gently said, patting her cheek softly. "Angel, wake up. You're having a nightmare.""No, don't take my baby away from me," she continued fighting him off. Zeth placed a chaste kiss on her lips, causing her to calm down. She opened her eyes slowly and was met with Zeth's reassuring face. Her eyes started tearing up, probably from all the tiredness and the hormones. "Where's our daughter?" she asked. Zeth smiled. "Our daughter is fine, angel. She's in the room next to ours," he said. Adriel finally let out a sigh of relief. In her dreams, she couldn't find her daughter, so when she woke up, she thought that everything would be the same. She buried her face in Zeth's face and inhaled his comforting scent. "I'm so happy," she said. "We have another baby in our live