Fight For The Love

By: Amanda Lewis



“You know I have never been on a date with a white guy. Are you sure all of you aren’t this funny?”

“Well, I never take myself as the funny kind but I try.”

“Well I had a really awesome time. And I’m glad I took the time to get to know more about you. It’s been a while since I had fun like this. But it’s a little bit late and I have to go back and take care of my sick mother.”

“We should do this more often. I really enjoyed each and every moment of this.”

“Me too. How about next week?” Kerry asked

“Next week is fine with me.”

The two walked out into the night and Kerry waited for a cab to take her home which was just around the corner. But when it was dark, it wasn’t really advisable for anyone to walk alone since it was such a rough neighborhood.

A dark stretch limousine pulled up in front of them and the chauffeur got out and greeted Obrien with respect. He then opened the door for Kerry and Obrien asked her to hop in.

The whole time that Kerry was seated in there, she couldn’t stop wondering what the heck was going on. She never took Obrien to be the rich type since he was way too humble and didn’t like to have attention all to himself.

And that was what she really liked about him. Obrien noticed that Kerry was staring so much and decided to take her mind off the shock and talk about something else.

“So, you never told me what your fantasies are.”

“I’m sure you can’t handle them if I told you. And the last thing I need right now is to chase you away.” Kerry teased him.

“Try me. You might be surprised at the end of the day.”

“Well, I like having sex in closed quarters. There you have it. The cat is out of the bag now. Meow!” Kerry joked.

From the look of things, she was a little bit drunk but still aware of what the heck she was saying. Obrien was a little bit tipsy and decided to take that as a cue. He asked the driver to put the partition up and drive as slowly as possible.

Right after the partition went up, Kerry moved from her seat and sat on his lap and started kissing him. Obrien placed his hands on her juicy buttocks and squeezed them until he could feel her tremble passionately.

Kerry couldn’t remember the last time she had sex, and this thought made her horny as hell.

Obrien fumbled with her zippers and finally freed her. His finger delved inside of her pussy and he could feel the sticky warmth already. Kerry unlocked her lips from his, opened her mouth wide letting go a soft gasp, as she tightened her pussy around his finger.

She was so wet that Obrien could feel the sticky vaginal fluids dripping down his finger as he shoved it gently up and down in her pussy.

After Obrien was done fingering her, she turned and faced away while she unzipped his trousers. She then got hold of his bulging cock and put it inside of her. They both let out a passionate sigh as his dick flawlessly slid into her slick pussy.

The sex didn’t really last that long but it was very explosive. By the time they were done, they were all sweaty and exhausted. Kerry kissed him on the forehead and opened the door. And with that, she was gone.

As the limo plodded on through the night towards his apartment, Obrien couldn’t help but smile. It felt as though he had sex after what felt like a century and it was worth the wait. Now he couldn’t wait for the next date.





Chapter 4




-The barbecue-



After a couple more dates, Kerry and Obrien didn’t just start dating but they became the best of friends. Obrien didn’t want to forget all about Andre and Tony and the rest of the crew.

So he called them the following day and bought them beers until they had their fill.

IN the days that followed, Obrien changed his attitude about everything. He was happier than any of them could remember him.

He always showed up earlier than usual and stayed up late treating patients. This made everyone else try to work as hard as he did without showing any fatigue.

Another thing that drastically changed about him, as his colleagues had noticed, was his relationship with his handset.

They knew Obrien was that kind of person who didn’t really text much and preferred calls since people said whatever they wanted to say and got it over and done with it. But now all they saw was him smiling at his phone while texting every two minutes.

It all made sense when one of them came clean and told them about this gorgeous black girl that Obrien had fallen for. This made them all laugh. They never took Obrien as the kind of person to fall in love. But as the cliché states, love works in mysterious ways.

So they decided to leave him alone with his new found love. But deep down, they too were happy that their humble boss was happy.



Kerry was waiting for Obrien at the gate when his shift ended at six in the evening and she had two coffees with her. It was a little bit cold and Obrien appreciated her thoughtfulness.

They always liked walking along the boulevard as they silently watched the sun set. But this time, Kerry had something to say to him.

“Hey, there is something I have been trying to say to you.”

“You know you can tell me anything.” Obrien told her, feeling a little bit concerned with her statement. Nothing good came after someone made an opening that sounded like that. Obrien knew that he wasn’t going to like the statement that followed.

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