(incest adult stories) A Gift From Mom – Chapter 4
4. Friday Night and Dinner at the Beach.
Billy felt elated with how close things were between he and Patty. The entire drive down had been great. She had responded to him well the whole trip. Now he had her very close to being with him like he wanted. He could sense it.
They got to the check-in at the resort, and he got them through the process smoothly. It was exciting to him that the attendants looked at them as a couple checking in, but she stayed quiet and reserved about the whole thing.
He figured she probably held strong reservations. She was no doubt confused at this point. He didn’t worry. He had already anticipated that. He would just keep following the approach he had planned at the outset. It would work out.
He stole glances over at her. She was gorgeous to him. She was fun, and she certainly was the ultimate challenge for him. That had intrigued him the moment he had started thinking of approaching her like he was.
When Allison had broken up with him, it crushed him. He felt profoundly hurt and betrayed. After the deep pain, he had decided he would prove he was capable. He would have whomever he wanted and leave the Allison failure behind him.
He wondered back then about what was the wildest and most provocative seduction he could try. His sights drew quickly and intensely on Patty. The ultimate test and ultimate success if he could achieve it.
And, she was really the most alluring woman he had ever been around. The absolute most. She had this attractiveness and femininity he had never seen another woman come close to.
She stayed quiet as he drove them from check-in to the beach side tower their room was in. He wanted this to be a gentle segue way for her, and he expected resistance. He would be very considerate with her.
They entered the spacious room, and he watched her carefully. They both were impressed with the exquisite decor and nice furniture. The layout was luxurious. The wall facing the ocean was all glass and a portion would open out to the white sand and blue-green water just beyond. It was perfect.
They both grinned as they walked around taking it in. He could see she appreciated how beautiful it was, but he picked up on the trepidation when she surveyed the huge king bed that centered the room.
She looked at it and then over to him. He smiled slightly. Before he could defuse it, she broke the silence.
“I don’t know about this, Billy.”
“It’ll be fine. I booked this when I was coming with Allison. I think you and I can manage. We can both behave, right? I mean, I trust you.”
He giggled at his own humor, and then he started putting things away from his bags. To his great relief, she did the same. He had braced for more push back and thought it still might not be over.
As they settled in, he brought up dinner.
“There’s a cool little beach bar. It’s a short walk away.”
Getting her out of the room and over to some drinks and something to eat was a relief for him. They had needed to get out of the room. The resort room was spacious, but the two of them alone there made it seem close-in and intense. He wanted her to have a respite from that.
The beach bar was outside. A cool breeze brought saltiness to them. He loved it. It looked like she did, too.
They talked about how lovely and picturesque everything was, as they looked over their menus. He was wanting to get started drinking right away. He wondered if she would hold back. It would be a real indication of how comfortable she was after all.
Patty liked her white wine, he knew. But he could only remember a couple of times he’d ever really seen her buzzed. He tried to remember other trips they had been on, but drew a blank about her drinking.
“What can I get you guys to drink?”
The server was a young, attractive blonde, who was beaming at Billy. He liked the attention from her, and he was glad he wouldn’t have to pull out his fake ID for one more venture.
“Hi. We’re pretty thirsty. What’s good?” He couldn’t help flashing a warm smile back at the coed. She was definitely hot.
“People love our Margaritas. They’re the best.”
Billy looked over at Patty. She looked uncertain. She shrugged. “Why not.”
He looked back at the server. “Two of those.”
“Cool. My name is Angie if you need anything.”
Angie took a long look at Billy before walking off. When Billy looked back at Patty, she sat chuckling and shaking her head. He laughed back.
“What?” He tried to act perplexed.
“Ha! You work fast.”
She laughed and poked a finger at his arm. “We just got here, and you’re in with the server already. That’s impressive, Billy.”
“Nah, she’s just priming me for a tip. That’s all.”
Patty was shaking her head. “Right.”
“I like seeing you jealous.” He stared to her, as she shot a puzzled look back at him.
“Jealous? Is that how I seem? I’m not jealous.” She tried not to act defensive, but she was caught up in checking herself.
The drinks appeared quickly. They also ordered some chilled peel and eat shrimp. Angie focused on Billy again, making them both burst with laughter as soon as she left their table again.
“Well, well. My Billy has got a way with women, I see.” Patty said it proudly.
“You sound surprised.”
“I shouldn’t be.” He noted her voice sounded a bit lower.
Her look was contemplative, and his was just confident.
“What a young man you’ve developed into.”
He leaned her way. “I think I’ve surprised you today.” His voice was deep and direct. His moving closer to her gave it an intimacy.
When she leaned towards him too, he was happily surprised back as well. He hoped he didn’t show it, but he was. He listened to her next words cooed to him, and relished them.
“I better be careful with you, hadn’t I?”
She held still with her face just inches from his own. It was bold coming from her, and he liked it so much he couldn’t help growing flustered.
His excitement registered with her from the acknowledgment in her eyes, but she didn’t withdraw or let up on him. She had him on the spot.
“Um, what do you mean?” His voice now sounded thin.
“Oh, I think you know.” She grinned knowingly.
His head slowly went from side to side. They both took long gulps from their drinks.
“I’m just picking up on a vibe. That’s all.” His words didn’t sound at all certain.
She stirred her drink. Glancing down at it, she seemed to adore he was so entranced with her. She remarked a dig that might puncture their mood.
“I notice you haven’t called me ‘Mom’ this whole trip.”
He felt his face blush red.
He gazed deeply into her eyes that didn’t move from his own. They could both see him swallow hard at her directness. He wondered though what she would say to his next question.
“So, how does that make you feel?”
She froze at first. He thought he saw her tremble slightly. He had hit a spot, he decided.
“I’m not sure.” Her voice was now soft. Clearly honest. “Very different.”
He smiled broadly, and at once he knew he had come across too smugly. He reached and stroked her arm. She put a hand on his. Their contact broke off as Angie’s words sounded out.
“Here’s your shrimp!” Angie appeared to take some glee at her timing. Billy didn’t like it, but Patty seemed relieved.