His Virgin Bride

By: Sam Crescent

“What? I’m only saying the kind of shit that everyone’s talking about. You really need to see she’s dragging you down. Her fat ass and poor style.” She flicked her hair over her shoulder, and walked away.

“I fucking hate that bitch,” Danny said.

Kurtis stared out at the dance-floor watching as Tillie danced between her friends. He was only focused on her, and it was like he’d been asleep for the past three years. What the fuck was happening to him? He watched her smile and laugh. Her body was full, ripe, and ready to be fucked. The truth was, he’d never noticed her, not really.

Why now? Why was he seeing her now?

Sure, they’d talked a little, putting up with each other.

“Dude, you’re drooling,” Steve said.

Pulling out of his thoughts, he saw his friends were smirking at him.

“I wondered when you’d see Tillie in a new light,” Danny said.

“I don’t know what the fuck you’re talking about.” He tried to bluff his way out of it.

“Tillie’s hot, but she hides behind all of those clothes that are way too big for her. She’s sweet, and the only girl I know you’ve been happy to hang around with her while we’re with our girls. It was only a matter of time,” Danny said.

Steve gripped him around the neck, pulling him in. “Welcome to the whipped pussy club. This is what we feel every second for our girls.”

Shoving Steve away, he glared at both men. “I don’t fucking feel anything. Keep that shit to yourself.”

“You might also want to know that she was raised by six brothers,” Danny said.

Pausing, Kurtis turned to look at his friends. “Six brothers?”

“Yeah, parents died in a hit and run or something like that. I asked Cynthia, but I can’t remember the entire details. Tillie is the youngest, and her eldest brother took charge, and they all helped raise her. It’s why she doesn’t dress like a girl. She was never raised by one.” This was all explained by Danny.

Three years he’d known her, and not once had he asked her a personal question.

“Cynthia and Collette have tried to help as well. Her brothers are all protective of her,” Danny said.

“No shit, six brothers?” No wonder she was a fucking virgin. He’d bet his family’s fortune that all of her brothers scared away any potential dates. Grabbing their drinks, he made his way back to the table with the boys following behind him. He couldn’t look away from Tillie, didn’t want to. Her arms were up in the air, and she was shaking her ass. It was the sexiest sight he’d ever seen.

Sipping at his beer, Kurtis realized in that moment he could watch Tillie forever. There was something captivating about her. Her long chestnut hair was cascading down her back, touching the curves of her ass, an ass he’d love to spank. It was so full and ripe, he’d love to ride her tight little pussy, and slap her ass a few times. The moment he thought about it, his dick went from soft to fucking hard. Staying at the table, he drank his beer and listened to his friends.

After another song played, the girls headed back their way. Tillie sat next to him, taking the soda he’d brought for her.

See, he had noticed something about her.

She’d do enough shots to get a buzz, and then stick with soda.

He wanted to say something to her, but he couldn’t think of anything that didn’t make him sound like a complete and total douchebag.

“You know Nicole?” he asked, finally.

Turning toward him, she nodded. “Everyone knows Nicole. Isn’t she your on and off again girlfriend or something?”


She smiled. “It’s not what she’s telling everyone on campus. You two are together.” She air quoted the together part. “It’s what she’s telling everyone.”

“I’m not with that bitch, okay.”

Tillie held her hands up in surrender. “Don’t get your knickers in a twist.”

“Hey,” Danny said, pulling him away from his little dispute with Tillie. “We’re heading back to their apartment. You tagging along?”

Normally, Kurtis declined going to the girls’ apartment. They lived on the outside of campus in a pretty neat apartment for the three of them. All three girls had grown up together, going through high school, now college.

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