Author's Note: Hey. Long time no see, eh? First things first; I have to get some logistical stuff out of the way (I don't know if that was the right context to use logistical in, but I wanted to sound brilliant). I have no idea how long it will take for me to get out the last six or so chapters. I've started university, and between everything I have going on I'm super busy. Also, now that this chapter is out of the way, it will get into some dark stuff again. That's always hard for me to write since this is so personal for me. I'm not going to put this story on hiatus or anything, I just want to let you guys know it won't be a quick journey. I'm not going to stop writing this fic. I'm way too devoted to this story, and I know I still have a ton of people reading it. Thank you to all of you who are still reading, and special thanks to brokenpath.
So, this chapter is very long. For anybody who knows me though, it wouldn't be a surprise. I've been down to Florida four times (five if you count the time when I was a few months old but I don't since I don't remember it). So this chapter is super long and super fluffy. The Tower of Terror experience is 100% not imagination, and I couldn't resist throwing in Katie's plan for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Hope you guys enjoy this chapter. I'll do my best not to keep you waiting too long for the next chapter, but all I can guarantee is that it won't be this week. You won't be alone waiting though. I'm still waiting for my Pottermore welcome email.
"Is she okay? It looks like she stuck her finger in a socket." Eli was looking down at his sister in concern as they exited the ride. Jessie was shaking uncontrollably and tripping over her own feet. So far she hadn't even been able to even utter a single word.
"She'll be fine. Right Jessie? It was fun, wasn't it?" Katie didn't get any reaction from the shorter girl. She was gripping Jessie's arm tightly to try and hold her upright as they entered the gift shop located at the exit of the ride.
"I've never seen someone floating like that," Tad said sniggering. "I looked over, and there was Jessie, hugging the bar with her arms while her butt's floating up sideways beside her. It was hilarious."
"Don't talk about my girlfriend's butt."
"Guys, I'm kind of nervous," Eli said. "She hasn't even said one word yet."
"Oh man, we forgot to check out our picture!" Katie exclaimed, completely ignoring Eli's comment.
"Damn!" Tad said, disappointed. "That would've been great! Can you imagine what Jessie's face would've looked like in it?"
"Maybe we should go on again," Katie suggested. That finally got a response out of the shell-shocked girl.
"N-N-No," Jessie got out.
"Thank God, she lives!" Tad laughed.
"Not going on again. Ever. Will not...happen. Katie...hate you."
Tad and Katie burst out in uncontrollable laughter at Jessie's broken sentences, and Eli, assured his sister hadn't become brain dead, joined in. Jessie pouted.
"Awe, I'm sorry Jess. Here, let me buy you a souvenir. How about a t-shirt?" Katie offered. Jessie just shook her head. "Come on Jess, you just survived Tower of Terror! You need a t-shirt to remember that!"
"Like I'm ever going to forget that," Jessie huffed, finally able to get full sentences out. "What's a ride like that doing in Disney? This is supposed to be a family place." The other three laughed at her again.
After Jessie had picked out a t-shirt and Katie talked her into letting her pay for it, Eli and Jessie waited at the end of the ride for Katie and Tad to return. Since it was their favourite ride, they insisted on riding it at least once more. Eli wanted to as well, but after seeing his sister's steadfast refusal to get back into the line, he decided to keep her company.
The four of them had arrived in Florida two days ago. Jessie had been surprised and pleased when Katie suggested Eli come along. She thought his presence would keep Tad from feeling like the third wheel. They had spent the previous day stocking their villa (yes Katie got them a villa) with food before they explored the town a little bit. They had hit a few gift shops and then stopped at an amazing pizza place to get some dinner. As they ate, Katie explained their itinerary. As her and Tad had been down to Florida many times before, they knew when the best times were to hit the theme parks. It was decided that MGM was the first park they'd hit.
Katie was different on this trip, and Jessie loved it. It wasn't that she had changed who she was or anything, she was just freer. She wore short sleeve tops and Jessie almost died when they went swimming the night before and she Katie in a bikini for the first time. Katie was with people who knew about her scars and she honestly didn't care what the other tourists thought when they were never going to see her again anyway. Jessie was broken from her musings by Eli nudging her in the side.
"Look," he said, pointing up to the screen with the ride photos on it. Somehow, Jessie had missed it when she got off the ride. It might've had something to do with the fact the ride had disconnected something in her brain. "There they are. Those goofs."
Jessie and Eli shared a laugh at the picture. Katie and Tad were clinging to each other dramatically, their faces in expressions of mock fear.
"Yes Tad, we nailed it!" Jessie turned around to see Katie and Tad walking towards them, both looking up at their picture.
"Oh yeah, score! We've got to buy that picture Katie."
"Yeah here, go buy us each one," Katie said, handing Tad some money. Tad walked up to the counter and Katie came up to her girlfriend and wrapped her arms around her. "Have you recovered?"
Jessie nodded against Katie's chest. "Just don't ever drag me on something like that again."
"Awe, Jessie!" Katie whined. "First, don't make me feel guilty, because I didn't drag you on. You went perfectly willingly, and you didn't even ask me what the ride was like! You can totally blame your experience on your own naiveté about Disney rides. Second, you have to go on it again! And in Universal there's a roller coaster and a water ride that you have to go on! You can't chicken out on me already."
Ten minutes later, as the group was walking towards the Indiana Jones stunt show, Katie was still trying to talk Jessie into riding scary rides with her. Jessie was steadfastly refusing, and Tad and Eli were highly amused at the scene.
Hours later, the park was nearing closing and they were preparing to head over to Epcot to watch the fireworks. Since Tad and Katie knew the park like the back of their hands, they were able to ride everything they wanted to, sometimes much more than one time. Jessie couldn't believe the stamina those two had for theme parks. She had waited while the other three road the Aerosmith coaster, but didn't mind at all. Jessie had a fun day.
"You know, the Tower's right by the exit," Katie pointed out as they walked towards the gates. "All we have to do is cut down this street right here, and we'll have time for one last ride."
Tad and Eli were game, but Jessie refused. "Katie I can't. Didn't you see me on that ride? I can't do it again."
"Jessie, I'll hold on tighter this time. You'll be fine. I promise. Please?" Jessie just shook her head, and Katie sighed in defeat. "Fine. But we've got another whole day to spend in this park, so don't think you're getting off that easily."
They took the tram out to the parking lot section they were in, and Eli got behind the wheel of their rented car. Following Katie's directions, they made it to their next destination. Jessie and Eli had both been shocked to see that Disney was basically its own city. It had a three lane highway, and its own transit system. The four went into the next park, and Jessie looked up in awe at the giant Epcot ball she had only ever seen before in pictures. Katie took in the look of wonderment on Jessie's face, and asked Tad to snap a picture of the two of them. They posed with their arms around each other.
Following Katie's guidance, they staked out a spot in front of the World Showcase Lagoon. Eli and Jessie were both talking about the ride they had passed, and how cool it looked. They knew though that they had to keep their spot for the fireworks. Katie whispered something in Tad's ear, and he disappeared for a few minutes. When he returned, he was holding four tiny tickets in his hand.
"What are those?" Jessie asked curiously.
"Fast passes," Tad responded. Upon seeing Jessie and Eli's blank looks, he elaborated. "You can get fast passes using your park ticket. They basically allow you to jump ahead of the line and reduce your wait time drastically."
"We can ride Test Track two at a time," Katie said. "Eli and Tad can go first, and then Jessie and I can go. This way we'll be able to ride the ride, save our spot and make it back in time to see the fireworks."
Eli and Tad went off, and Jessie watched as people filed in and took their places around the Lagoon as well. She couldn't believe how popular these fireworks were. Twenty minutes later, the boys returned. Eli was grinning like a little kid, but he wouldn't tell Jessie what the ride was like.
"You're going to love it," was all Eli offered as they swapped spots.
Katie and Jessie walked hand in hand to the ride and got into line. Jessie watched in amazement as they passed through the coolest line she had ever seen. It was an actual car part testing facility. She couldn't see any of it up close, because they weren't going through the normal line, but it was still really cool. They waited for a few minutes and then watched an introduction video. They joined another line, and after a few minutes got into their car.
"This ride isn't like Tower right?" Jessie asked nervously as she did up her seatbelt. They were sitting side by side in the front of their red car.
Katie shrugged with a smile. "You'll just have to wait and see."
"Katie! Oh my God, are you serious? Am I going to die? Oh my God, help me. I don't want to ride this anymore." Jessie was hyperventilating as they went through the seatbelt check. Then their car stopped at the bottom of a steep hill.
"Here we go," Katie said, taking Jessie's hand. Jessie screamed as the car shot off up the hill, but soon found herself laughing as they went through the ride. It was really like being a crash test dummy, except much safer. They went through the rough road test, the brake test, the conditions tests and the hairpin turns. Jessie was enjoyed herself until they got to the section labelled barrier test. Many feet ahead of them was the barrier, and Jessie had seen this sort of thing on TV before.
"Katie, that door's going to open right? Katie are we going to die?" Jessie began hyperventilating again. The car shot off, and Jessie closed her eyes in fear. She felt Katie's hand on her cheek, gently turning her face and capturing her lips in a sweet kiss. The next thing Jessie knew they were outside, zooming around the track she had seen earlier as they walked past. Jessie laughed and Katie whooped, and by the time the ride was over they were windswept but ecstatic.
The two walked hand in hand out of the ride, with Jessie going on and on about how much fun it had been. She was just talking about the brake test when they saw the ride photos. Jessie located theirs, and her smile grew impossibly bigger at the sight. There were four other people in the car, but Jessie didn't care about any of them. Her eyes were locked on herself and Katie, who were sharing a kiss. It was so sweet it made Jessie's heart swell with love.
"Katie can we buy that picture?"
"Of course we can Jess," Katie said, smiling at how adorable her girlfriend was. A few minutes later the couple rejoined Tad and Eli at the now extremely crowded Lagoon. Jessie and Eli both talked animatedly about Test Track until the fireworks started. And when they did start, Jessie found herself amazed for about the hundred and seventeenth time that day.
Jessie stood at the railing, looking up at the sky in awe. Katie had her arms wrapped around her from behind, and would lightly kiss her girlfriend every time Jessie would give a little gasp of excitement. Jessie didn't know it, but Katie was watching her more than the fireworks. She squeezed her girlfriend tighter as the finale came up, knowing Jessie would crazy over it. And sure enough, when the heart-pounding finale was over, Jessie clapped and cheered.
The four of them followed the crowd out of the park, their long day suddenly leaving them exhausted, but exhilarated. They were only two days in, but Jessie already knew this was the best vacation she had ever been on.
"Jessie, I promise you, this ride is nothing," Katie said, trying to convince her girlfriend. "Look, there are even little kids going on it!"
"That's what you said yesterday," Jessie said through gritted teeth. They had spent the previous day at Magic Kingdom, and Jessie had let herself be talked into riding Splash Mountain. She had not enjoyed the experience. Okay, she admitted she may have been overreacting a tiny bit, but she still didn't like it.
"Jessie that was a kid's ride. This ride is fine, you'll see." Jessie looked at her girlfriend, who was still flushed with excitement having just ridden the Hulk. It was the biggest, meanest and greenest roller coaster Jessie had ever laid eyes on, and Jessie had flat out refused to go anywhere near it. "Jessie, I promise. If this ride gets to you, all you have to do is close your eyes, and the feeling goes away."
"She's not lying Jessie. It's a fantastic ride," Tad added.
"Fine," Jessie said. "But Katie you're holding onto me the entire time and you're not letting go, do you hear me?"
"I think I can live with that," Katie smirked.
They got into the line, and like every other line in Disney and Universal, it was themed and not at all boring. In this particular line, they were walking through the Daily Bugle. They got near the end of the line, and Tad handed them all a pair of the most ridiculous 3-D glasses Jessie had ever seen. It wasn't long before they were sitting in their ride vehicle. Jessie started to get a little nervous as they started to move. Katie felt her girlfriend tense up, so she tightened the arm around her shoulder and pulled her in closer, kissing her cheek.
"You're going to love it, I promise," Katie whispered.
Thirty minutes later, after riding the ride two more times, the others had finally managed to drag Jessie away from her new favourite ride. Katie had been right. She loved the Spiderman ride. They were making their way to the Jurassic Island, where Katie and Tad claimed there was one of the best rides ever. That comment made Jessie nervous, since Katie and Tad had said the exact same thing about the Hulk, Tower of Terror and Splash Mountain.
They passed by a river raft ride, and that caught Jessie's attention. It looked more her speed. She asked if they could ride that.
"Of course we will Jess!" Katie responded eagerly. "But trust me; you'll want to wait until later in the day for that. When they say you'll get soaked, they're definitely understating it. We'll wait until the sun gets a little hotter."
They continued on, and walked through giant gates and the first thing Jessie saw was the jeep from the first movie with a giant dinosaur lunging out from behind it. They all got pictures beside it, and then continued on to the ride Katie and Tad wanted to go on so bad. They stood beside a little river with a gigantic white building at the end of it. Jessie was watching boats coming out of the bottom of the building in a spray of water with growing unease. She didn't like not being able to see what this ride was about. She wasn't able to see Tower of Terror either.
"What goes on inside that building?" she asked Katie.
"I've already told you, Jess. It's like Splash Mountain, except way more fun."
"So, since fun for you equals terror for me, I should avoid this ride, right?"
Katie pouted. "Please Jess? You'll have fun, I promise." Jessie shook her head and tried to avoid looking into Katie's pleading eyes. "Jessie, please. It would make me so happy. Please?" Jessie accidently looked up and cursed herself internally. Fifteen minutes later, she was sitting between Katie and Eli in one of the yellow boats.
"Is it too late to get off this ride?" Jessie asked, shaking in fear.
"Jessie, please try to calm down," Katie said, rubbing her back soothingly. "It's a great ride. Try to enjoy it."
Their boat started to move, and they went through the giant gates with the Jurassic Park theme song playing, making Jessie momentarily feel like she was in the movie. Their boat continued on, and Jessie watched with wonder as they passed by actual moving dinosaurs. It was so cool she almost forgot about how terrified she was. She remembered though, when a minute later one of the dinosaurs knocked their boat into the Raptor containment area. The flashing lights and sirens were enough to set off Jessie's own internal alarm system.
"Katie," she whispered, burrowing herself into her girlfriend's chest. "Katie I don't want to ride this anymore. Can we stop it?"
Katie smiled at her. "We can't stop it Jess, but you're going to be okay."
Jessie shook her head. "No. Katie I'm serious, I want off this ride."
Katie was at a loss for what to do, so she just held her girlfriend tighter. When they entered the white building a moment later, Jessie really started to freak out. She didn't know what was going to happen, all she knew is that it would happen inside this building. When their boat started climbing up a very steep hill, Jessie lost it.
"Oh crap, oh goodness, oh crap, I'm gonna die," she hyperventilated, tears starting to stream down her face. "Stop the ride. I want off. I can't do this. I want off!"
"Jessie, we're just going to go down a little hill in a moment," Katie said as they stopped their climb. "Just a little drop. That's it."
"A little drop?"
"Just eighty-five feet," Katie said meekly.
Jessie's eyes widened comically. "I'm going to fall out! Oh my God I'm going to die!"
"Jess, shh, it's okay I won't let you fall out." Katie wrapped her arms around Jessie's shoulders and shifted her legs so they were locking her girlfriend's in place. "See Jess, I've got you."
Their boat turned a corner, and standing in front of them was a huge T-rex. It bowed its enormous head down, and there was nowhere for them to go except...
Jessie stood outside in the sunlight a few minutes later, trying not to spill her pop in her shaking hand. Katie was hugging her, trying to comfort her while silently struggling to contain a fit of laughter. In her hand was a bag containing a few ride photos for them, and Jessie's face as they had taken the plunge was the most priceless thing any of them had ever seen. Eli and Tad weren't trying to hold anything back like Katie was; they were full out laughing at the poor girl.
"Oh Jessie, your face. It is..." Eli couldn't finish as he doubled over in renewed laughter. Katie gave the boys a reproving look, but couldn't help letting out a snort of laughter herself.
"Jess, honey, are you okay?" Katie asked with what she hoped was sincerity, even though her voice quavered with laughter.
"I'm fine," Jessie said in a small voice, which only caused the boys to laugh harder. Jessie just held on to her girlfriend tighter. "Isn't there like a carousel or something that we can ride?"
"You know what Jess, there is. Let's head over to Seuss Landing, and we can ride that carousel and get some actually green eggs and ham."
"Only if we stop at Duelling Dragons on the way," Tad said. "If I'm going to be sitting on a carousel, I had better do something manly beforehand."
So the group carried on, stopping so Katie, Tad and Eli could ride a vicious-looking inverted roller coaster. As they were walking through the rest of the Lost Continent, Katie spoke up.
"You know what would make this place even cooler? If they built a Harry Potter themed island."
"Harry Potter doesn't live on an island though," Tad said, laughing at Katie's idea.
"No Tad, I'm serious! It's brilliant! Think about it. They could build Hogwarts, and then either Diagon Alley or Hogsmeade, or maybe use a few shops from each. You could buy wands and brooms and butterbeer and stuff, and they could base rides off of Quidditch and the Triwizard Tournament!"
Katie continued to enthuse about her marvellous idea as they made their way to the carousel, and the others quickly got caught up in her idea. Katie insisted she would write to the Islands of Adventure management group, and present the idea. They finally made it to the Caro-Seuss-el and Jessie sat on her whatever it was with contentment as they went round and round. She sincerely hoped Katie wouldn't try to get her on any other scary rides. She didn't think her heart could handle it.
"Please Jessie? It's our last day in the parks. Just one time. Please."
It was the morning of their last day in Disney, and Jessie found herself standing dangerously close to the entrance for Tower of Terror. The other three wanted to ride it again, and Katie really wanted Jessie to try it one more time. She kept saying how Jessie would regret it if she went home and didn't try it at least one more time.
"Jessie, it won't be as bad as last time," Tad assured her. "You know what to expect now."
"Tad's right," Katie said, nodding. "Just brace your feet against the floor, and push upwards. The more you can get yourself in a standing position, the less feeling you'll get in your stomach."
Jessie's brain shut down, and when it started working again she was in line with the others, standing in the old 1930's style hotel that served as the line. They were ushered into the old, dusty library, where they watched the video Jessie had hoped she would never see again. Then it was off into the boiler room, and Jessie's stomach started churning.
"Do they have a chicken exit?"
Katie sighed. "Of course they do, Jess. But I should warn you, it's also an elevator. They didn't plan that part out very well. But please, stay with us."
Jessie took a deep breath to try and calm her nerves, and somehow got herself through the rest of the line and into a seat in the service elevator. The four of them were sitting in the very back row. Jessie locked one arm around the bar, and the with the other she gripped Katie in a near headlock. The doors closed and they rose. When the doors opened again, a hallway in the hotel appeared, and so did a hologram of the family who were 'lost' in the episode.
"Jess, look at the lollipop the little girl's holding," Katie whispered in her ear. "It's a hidden Mickey, do you see it?"
Jessie nodded mutely, catching sight of it right before the hallway disappeared into stars. The doors closed again and they continued to rise up to the thirteenth floor. Jessie gripped Katie's hand in a death grip. Her hand was ice cold.
"One stormy night long ago, five people stepped through the doors of an elevator and into a nightmare," said the recorded voice of Rod Serling. "That door is opening once again, and this time, it's opening for you."
When the doors opened again Jessie gripped Katie's hand in a death grip. Her hand was ice cold. At first there was a maintenance room and then it turned into another hallway of stars. Their elevator travelled out through the 'fifth dimension' to a cacophony of strange sounds, and then there was a blinding flash of light. The elevator stopped. Jessie's heart stalled. She crushed Katie's hand and tried to brace her feet like Katie had recommended.
Rod Serling's voice rang out again in the pitch darkness. "You are about to discover what lies beyond the fifth dimension. Beyond the deepest, darkest corner of your imagination. In the Tower of Terror."
And then Jessie was falling, feeling herself rise up out of her seat as the elevator dropped faster than gravity. Suddenly she was pressed back down as they shot up. Higher and higher they climbed, and then suddenly they dropped again, Jessie's stomach staying somewhere in her throat. The elevator shot back up, and this time it stopped. The windows had opened, and suddenly the crazy riders found themselves looking out over the rest of the park.
"Look Jessie, isn't it amazing?" Katie shrieked with glee. Jessie shook her head, her eyes nearly popping out of her head.
The elevator dropped, but this time only about twenty feet. They went back up, and the elevator started shuddering, scrambling the riders so they didn't know when the drop was going to come. Suddenly it did, and Jessie screamed loud enough to wake the dead. Surely this was the last drop...but no, up again, and then another one hundred and seventy foot drop. This time though, the elevator stayed at the bottom.
Jessie walked out of the elevator on shaking legs, still seizing Katie's hand. Eli and Tad followed them off, laughing insanely. It seemed Eli had found his favourite ride. This time they made sure to see their ride photo, and even Jessie couldn't help but laugh. Eli and Tad had their hands up in the air, clearly thrilled. Katie was laughing, with the arm that Jessie wasn't cutting off circulation wrapped around Jessie's shoulders. And Jessie's eyes were bugging out and her mouth was hanging open in a silent but terrified scream. Katie bought them each a picture before they left.
"Never again," Jessie mumbled as they exited through the gift shop. "That was the last time. Ever."
"Awe, Jess you're so brave," Katie said, giving her a kiss on the lips. "What do you want to do now? You can choose our next stop."
Jessie thought for a moment, then grinned. "The Muppet Show."
The next night Jessie and Katie were sitting beside each other, feet dangling in the warm water of their villa complex's outdoor pool. Tad and Eli had gone off to see some sort of show, but the two girls had opted to spend their last night in Florida relaxing. The pool had been crowded earlier, but as it got later the people had gradually cleared out, and now they had the place all to themselves. Jessie was resting her head on her girlfriend's bare shoulder. She was still amazed at how gorgeous Katie looked in her black bikini.
"I don't want to go home," Jessie said quietly. "These have been the most amazing two weeks of my life."
Katie smiled. "I'm glad you've had fun. I'm so happy you came."
"This whole time here has just been magical. I love it so much. I think this just might be among the happiest moments of my life."
"Well, Disney is the happiest place on Earth," said Katie with another smile. Katie slid off the edge of the pool and into the water. She turned to face Jessie, and worked her way in between her girlfriend's legs. Jessie shivered, causing Katie to smile sweetly at her. The next thing Jessie knew she was being pulled into water and dunked. She rose to the surface sputtering.
"Katie!" she yelled. Leave it to Katie to ruin a peaceful moment. "I didn't want to get my hair wet," Jessie complained, brushing the sopping strands out of her eyes. Katie just laughed.
"Oh Jess, hush up. You look hot."
Jessie quirked an eyebrow. "Oh do I?" she said coyly, making her way closer to her girlfriend. Katie smirked and nodded, and when Jessie got close enough she angled her head for a kiss. Just as their lips were about to connect, Jessie grabbed Katie's shoulders and pushed down, dunking her girlfriend.
"Jess!" Katie coughed as she surfaced. "That was totally uncalled for."
"How? You dunked me first!"
"An eye for an eye just makes the whole world blind," Katie sang out, and Jessie laughed. The two started a dunking battle, and splashed around playfully for a few minutes. Then Katie grabbed Jessie from behind. "I love you," she whispered into her girlfriend's ear. Jessie shivered again.
"I love you too," Jessie replied. She shivered for a third time when she felt Katie's lips begin to kiss and suck at her shoulder and neck. Katie worked her way up Jessie's jaw and took her ear in between her teeth softly yet wantonly.
"You look so sexy right now Jess," Katie breathed out. Jessie's heart started to beat a little faster. She twisted her head around to capture Katie's lips in a heated kiss. Their tongues battled and Katie's hands started to wander all across Jessie's front. They broke apart breathing raggedly. Jessie turned around in Katie's arms. They shared another shorter, but no less heated kiss. "I'm ready," said Katie quietly as they separated.
Katie nodded. "I am. I love you Jessie. You make me feel safe and cared for, and I know I have nothing to worry about with you. I trust you, and I'm ready for this if you are."
"I am too," Jessie breathed out, her tone both nervous and excited at the same time. They connected their lips once again, and Jessie let her hands wander to the thin straps of Katie's bikini. Her fingers began playing with the straps as she tried to work up the courage to undo them, but Katie broke away and pulled Jessie's hands away.
"Not here," Katie said. "I want you in a bed." The girls literally ran out of the pool and up to their room, forgetting about the towels and flip flops they left at the poolside. Katie fumbled with the key card as Jessie attacked her neck from behind, but finally they made it inside. They went into the separate bedroom they had claimed from the boys. When they were inside the room though, they suddenly got nervous. Neither could believe this was actually going to happen.
Katie took the first move, grabbing Jessie's hand and pulling her in for another kiss. As the kiss went on, Jessie felt her nervousness start to drain away and be replaced with a feeling of heat and desire. Jessie gently pushed Katie back and they fell onto the bed, with Jessie ending up straddling Katie. Feeling bold, Jessie tugged at the strings and pulled Katie's bikini top off. When Jessie's eyes met with Katie's breasts for the first time, she couldn't stop staring
"Hey Jess, if you want to maybe put those eyes back in your head..." Katie trailed off, biting her bottom lip. She was smirking, but Jessie still saw nervousness in her eyes. Jessie kissed Katie softly, trying to calm her girlfriend.
When Katie's hands found the back of Jessie's bikini top and pulled it off, Jessie knew Katie was ready. Jessie thought she would feel nervous with her girlfriend's eyes on her uncovered chest, but she felt far from it. Katie's lust filled gaze only turned Jessie on. Getting a rush of courage, Jessie lowered herself down Katie's body a bit, and latched her mouth onto Katie's breast. She didn't really have any idea what she was doing, but hearing Katie voicing her pleasure was enough to drive Jessie on. Katie arched her back, driving her centre into Jessie's, and both girls moaned at the contact.
Quickly the nerves and awkwardness were replaced by want and instinct, and the two lovers carried on until they were completely spent. They dressed so the boys didn't walk in on something they shouldn't, and then fell into a completely contented sleep in each other's arms.