A/N- New story! I'm not sure about it yet. It was the one voted in, so I decided to go through with it. First chapter is based off that song by Heart, "All I Want to Do is Make Love". If you glance at the lyrics to it, you'll see where this story is going. So, let me know if this is a hit or a miss.
"Jess...." Randy looked at the woman in front of him, and the child by her side.
"Randy?" She hadn't seen him in six years. Not since that night....
Six years earlier
Jessica Warren sat in the waiting room, patiently awaiting the results of her recent tests. Her boyfriend, Corey, was at her side. The two had been trying to have a baby for over a year, and so far had been unsuccessful. Jessica was twenty eight years old, and wanted a baby, badly, before she was thirty. After not being able to get pregnant for over a year, the two decided to have some test done. Maybe there was something wrong.
"Ms. Warren, Dr. Ricalde is ready to see you." Grabbing Corey's hand, she made the short walk back the hallway, anxious to hear the results.
"We have some good news, Ms. Warren." Dr. Ricalde told her, shaking the pairs' hands.
"Call me Jess, please."
"Okay, Jess. The good news is there is nothing wrong with you. You are capable of having a child." A smile immediately broke out on her face. She was so relieved. She wanted nothing more than to have a baby.
"But, we reviewed your tests Corey, and you are unable to conceive. Basically, your sperm is no good." Corey nodded his head, not sure of what to say.
"Is it able to be fixed?" Jess asked.
"No. But there are other options. Artificial insemination, or adoption." The doctor informed then, but Jess just shook her head.
"No. Thank you Dr. Ricalde." Jess shook the doctor's hand, and left the office.
She sat in the car for the longest time, just thinking. She was glad there was nothing wrong with her, but saddened by the fact she wouldn't be able to have a child as long as she was with Corey. Glancing at her boyfriend, she noticed he didn't seem all that sad, or mad.
"Look babe, the doc was right, we could adopt or something if you want a kid that bad." Jess looked at him, angry. She had thought he had wanted a kid as much as she did, but apparently not.
"I'm going to drop you off at your place. I'm going out with Jen and Alicia tonight." She didn't want to talk to him about the baby situation anymore. All that would happen was she'd get mad at him and it'd cause a fight.
"Sure." They didn't say another word to each other.
"Dump his ass. I told you I never liked him." Jen gave her advice on the situation. Jen and Alicia accompanied their friend to the bar, trying to take Jess's mind off her problems for just a night.
"Yeah, Jess. Corey still acts like he fifteen. You could do so much better." Of course they couldn't taking little shots at Corey. Neither of them liked him, and for good reason too.
"I'm not going to think about that tonight. I'm on a mission tonight, and four contenders are sitting in the back." Jess nodded her head to the back of the bar, where four rather large men sat.
"Contenders for what?" Alicia asked.
"I'm going to have a baby, with, or without, Corey." Jess explained. It took a few seconds, but Jen and Alicia caught on to what Jess was saying.
"Jess, no. Don't sleep with a man you don't know. You'll regret it." Jen promised. This was so unlike Jess.
"C'mon, lets go introduce ourselves." Jess grabbed her two friends' hands led them towards the men in the back. Reluctantly following their friend, Jen and Alicia weren't sure this was a good idea. Sure, the men were hot, but they didn't know them. They knew for sure they weren't from around here.
"Who wants to buy us a drink." Jess was already a tad drunk, so she currently had no fear.
"I do baby! WOOO!" The older guy of the group spoke up.
"Hi. That's Ric, I'm Dave, this is Hunter, and that's Randy." Dave spoke up before his colleagues scared the girls away.
"Dave. That's sexy. Want to dance?" Alicia piped up. Dave accepted and the two disappeared on the dance floor.
"So hows it feel to be in the presence of Evolution?" Hunter asked, eyeing the two remaining women suspiciously.
"Huh?" Hunter and Ric laughed. These women obviously weren't wrestling fans.
"Nothing. Now, how about you show this old man a good time on the dance floor and I'll make it worth your while." Ric said, his eyes on Jen. Jen laughed, this man may have been in his fifties, but his spirits clearly weren't. Jess watched with a smile as her two friends enjoyed their selves.
"Excuse me, I need to call my wife." Hunter walked outside where it was quieter. Jess stood at the table, suddenly nervous. She was left with the man...Randy?, who hadn't said a word. She looked at her friends again, but they were currently still occupied.
"Sit." Jess adverted her attention to Randy. She did as he said, and sat. They sat, looking at each other for what seemed like hours.
"You come to bars a lot?" Randy asked, sipping his beer.
"No. I just wanted some fun tonight." He could sense something was wrong, but wasn't the type to pry.
"What kind of fun?" Randy asked, raising his eyebrows, smirking.
"Not to sound weird, but did anyone ever tell you that you have the prettiest eyes ever?" Jess asked, changing the subject. Randy really did have pretty eyes. They were deep blue, but appeared lighter when light would be in them.
"They run in the family. All the Orton boys have the same color eyes. You'll never see them anywhere else." Clearly Randy thought he was hot.
He wasn't wrong.
"Well, they're beautiful."
"So are you." Jess smiled.
"Are you from around here?" Jess asked. She didn't think he was, but wanted to make sure.
"Want to get out of here?"
"Yep." Both pulled their phones out. Randy texted his friends letting them know he was leaving, while Jess did the same.
Fifteen minutes later, they were in his hotel room.
"Do you have protection?" Randy mumbled against her lips, as they continued stripping each other.
"I'm fixed." She lied.
Jess was scared. This wasn't good. She was never supposed to see him again.