Thursday, November 29 – Las Vegas, Nevada
Sarina walks back into the room, earning glances from everybody as she walks by them. A couple jaws even dropped, scanning every inch as she makes her way over to where Chase was sitting.
“To the birthday boy goes the spoils,” she whispers in his ear. “I told you it’d be worth your while. Keep behaving tonight, and you can have your special gift later….” He had to smirk as he immediately turns her, kissing her lips immediately.
“I can’t tell you how much I am simply turned on by this, and how I just want to blow this party early,” he confesses as she smiles back in return. “Although showing all this to everyon-”
“Let ‘em stare and be jealous. You’re the only one that ever gets to have it all to yourself.” He places his hands on her hips, holding her close to him.
“I’m glad, because you’re amazing….” He then kisses her lips once again.
Through the next couple of hours, the pair continued to mingle with everyone, even kidding as they watched William’s 21st festivities fully commence. A couple more drinks enjoyed by Chase, along with Sarina happily discussing the upcoming wedding and pregnancy certainly made the night enjoyable.
Around 2 o’ clock in the morning, Chase snatches her hand, pulling her close to him, placing a kiss on her lips.
“Follow me,” he whispers in a low, seductive tone in her ear, before tugging on her hand for her to follow. They make their way out of the ballroom, finding the quickest route to the elevator.
“You know, it’s bad custom to leave your birthday party early,” Sarina comments as she enters the elevator.
“It’s not my party anymore sweetheart.” He then presses the button for their floor, watching the door close. He then walks over to her, pinning her in the corner. “It’s also wrong to tease so much without delivering.”
“Patience, my king.” She easily accepts the kiss from him, letting him push himself against her. The pair leave their lips locked together until reaching their floor, getting off the elevator together. It was a short walk down to the room, with the key inserted and door opened in a flash. As soon as they were inside and the door was back closed, the lips were clashing back together once again. Keeping her pinned in the small corner by the doorway, Chase then reaches around, slowly undoing the zipper on the dress.
“I’m glad you chose such a light material after all.” He then lifts the dress off, tossing it on the back of the couch not far from them. “Have I told you that you’re sexy lately?” She then begins undoing each of the buttons on his pink shirt.
“I can’t argue with how handsome you looked today.” His eyes immediately focus on the black bra she was wearing underneath, his tongue tugging at the shoulder strap.
“I aim to please you, even on my birthday.” She then undoes the last button, taking off his shirt.
“I can’t say that I am upset about that.” His lips then find their way back to hers, as he reaches around to unclip her bra. “Hence why I am just as excited for tomorrow’s banquet to see you dressed up once again. But first, we need to rid of these clothes for tonight.”
“Are you saying that we need to get a head start on getting ready for tomorrow?” He then slides the straps across her shoulders, followed by down her arms. He finally separates from the kiss once again, leaving a trail along her jaw, followed by down her neck, before lightly sucking on one of her breasts.
“Clyde….” The low moan was the only cue that he needed as sucked a little more, feeling her hands tighten around him more. “Oh man…”
“I could do this all day….” She knew that she wouldn’t complain, but she knew it wouldn’t bring her the satisfaction that she needed.
“There’s something else that I need from you, though..”
“Oh really?” She nods her head. “What’s that?”
“One simple thing…” She then reaches down his dress pants, lightly stroking his cock. “I need you, Clyde.”
“Are you sure that you deserve a party favor tonight?” She nods her head, before running her finger lightly across the tip as she bites the edge of his ear.
“You know you want it just as much…” He then lets out a low moan.
“Damn….” He then looks into her eyes.
“What can I say? You just make me honry, baby.” He just shakes his head, picking her up his arms and carrying her through the hotel room, slowly laying her back on the bed.
“I love you so much….” He then slowly pulls her underwear off, as she works at sliding his dress pants off, letting them drop to the floor. “I love you….”
“I love you, too.” She then wraps her arm around his neck, bringing him down to her so she can kiss his lips once again. “Oh…” She immediately places her hand on her stomach.
“Are you okay?” Every bit of worry ran through his mind immediately as she just looked up with the biggest smirk on her face.
“Place your hand here…” She takes his hand, placing it where she had previously put hers. “Push just a little.” He does as instructed, with a smile immediately forming on his face as he feels the kick against his hand. “I think your baby wanted to come in and say happy birthday, even if a little late.”
“That feels so amazing…” She had to smile back in response as she places her hand beside his. “I can’t believe that feeling.”
“I started feeling some of the movements last week, but wanted to wait to tell you until you could feel it as well. Once I felt one earlier today, I made sure to tell this little one that there had better be another later on just for daddy.” Chase then lays down beside her.
“I just want to lay here and feel that all night.” Sarina chuckles a little as she looks over.
“Oh, so you’re going to forget about pleasing Momma just because baby is everything right now?” He then glances up at her. “I see how it is, Chase.”
“I could never disappoint Momma.” He then brings his lips to hers, kissing them once again. He slowly moves so he’s back on top of her where he was before, slowly inserting himself inside of her. He then begins to rock his hips against hers lightly, moving the full length inside of her.
Sarina opens the door to the hotel room, smiling immediately as she looks up and down her best friend’s appearance. Lindsay had chosen a lengthy blue gown, showcasing her ever-growing belly with Baby Blaney due next month. It also helped to hide the flats she was wearing underneath to keep her feet from getting sore.
“You look absolutely stunning!” Sarina lets out as she backs away from the door, letting Lindsay enter the hotel room.
“That gown just suits you perfectly,” Lindsay comments as she notices the black gown that Sarina had chosen for the banquet.
“I just hope it’s not too much….” Lindsay shakes her head immediately.
“You can never go too much when it comes to this banquet,” Samantha states as she walks out of the bathroom, causing both of the girls’ jaws to drop immediately. “Uh oh…”
“I love that shade of green!” Lindsay immediately lets out as she walks over, fully walking around Samantha to take in the appearance.
“Is that a good reaction then?” Lindsay and Sarina both nod their heads in approval.
“That dress suits you perfectly,” Sarina offers. “You look absolutely stunning!”
“It perfectly shows off you best elements,” Lindsay adds as Samantha glances between the ladies before her.
“I’d say the same for both of you as well,” Samantha comments. “That blue dress just highlights that stomach to perfection, Lindsay. And Sarina, the dress is perfect. It fits the appearance for tonight, while not being too over the top as we know you’re not one to do that normally. It’s also not too crazy to overshadow what you’re doing next weekend.” Sarina then glances at herself in the mirror once again, making sure her hair was perfectly back as she wanted.
“I’m his guest tonight so I don’t want to show him up,” Sarina says as Samantha just smiles. she knew the dress that Sarina had picked out for the truck banquet next week with having gone to alterations with her. She knew that they’d defiantly be catching everybody off-guard when she walked out.
“Do I want to know what you’re wearing next week?” Lindsay questions as she hadn’t seen it yet.
“Let’s just say it’s amazing….” Samantha comments with a smile.
“I’m just glad that we ladies get to spend time together,” Sarina says, wrapping her arm around the shoulders of each of them. “It’s also amazing that we get to be pregnant together, too.”
“Yeah…” Samantha then walks away from the pair, sniffing back the couple of tears that threatened to fall.
“Samantha?” Sarina had seen that reaction once before from Samantha, and knew it wasn’t a good thing.
“I found out Monday that Kyle and I lost our baby girl…” Samantha sits on the couch as Sarina and Lindsay immediately walk over, sitting on either side of her, wrapping their arms around her. “We didn’t want to say anything yet. We didn’t want to talk about all during banquet night.”
“Sam…” Sarina clutches her even tighter, leaning her head on Samantha’s shoulder.
“You’re an amazing show of strength to be able to be here all week without showing a single sign,” Lindsay comments. “I also know with the strength that you and Kyle have together that you will be able to move forward with Brexton as a family.” Samantha smiles a little, nodding her head.
“My heart totally breaks for both of you, knowing how much you’ve gone through to get to this point and how badly you both wanted the perfect family.” Sarina then reaches with her hand, clutching Samantha’s. “I want you to know that anything you both need, just let me know. I’m here for you no matter what, anything you need, anything you want, just like you were there for me and Chase. I wouldn’t had been able to move forward without you. I wouldn’t had been able to get the answers that I got without you. I wouldn’t had been able to get to this point of my pregnancy without you. You’ve been there for me through everything, and I want to make sure that I’m here for you.”
“I’m also here for whatever you need as well,” Lindsay adds as Samantha sniffs back the final bit of tears.
“I appreciate it ladies, I really do,” she tells them with a small smile as she glances between them both. “Thank you..” She then wipes the tears away, slowly standing up. “Now, are we ready to have some fun tonight?”
“If you are,” Sarina states as Samantha glances in the mirror, fixing the bit of make-up that had been messed up in the process.
“Let’s go see those handsome men of ours…” Samantha then leads the ladies to the door, as they head out ready for the banquet as much as they could be.
Chase makes his way over to the beginning of the black carpet, stopping dead in his tracks when he sees Sarina and Lindsay heading towards them.
“Damn…..” Chase and Ryan both let out together as they glance at each other a little surprised, before looking back towards the ladies.
“How do we get so spoiled?” Ryan questions as Chase shakes his head.
“I don’t know, but they look beyond amazing,” Chase answers. “Are you sure you don’t want to pop the question already?” Ryan chuckles a little, used to the teasing already.
“Let’s just enjoy your wedding first, okay?” Chase nods his head in agreement. If she looked this amazing dressed for the banquet, what was she going to look like on their wedding day?
“I may faint waiting for her at the altar.” Ryan then looks over surprised.
“Don’t expect me to catch you.” Chase then gives his best friend a playful smack as he takes a couple steps forward.
“You look absolutely amazing,” Chase tells her, kissing her lips, before twirling her around.
“I was worried that I went with the wrong dress at first,” Sarina confesses and Chase shakes his head no.
“No no, this suits you perfectly. Actually, it’s my favorite of all the dresses you’ve worn so far. This is amazing.” She smiles as she looks straight into his eyes, running her hands along the edge of his coat.
“I have to say that I am glad that you didn’t follow protocol and wear black, as the gray just suits you so damn well. It brings out those eyes..” She then leans, sharing a kiss with him.
“Stop smooching and come get your interview done,” a voice interrupts them, as Ryan gives him a tug on the sleeve. Chase then lets out a sigh, slowly letting go of her as he walks over to where Austin Dillon stood for NBC with Ryan.
“Can you believe that your fiancé forgot my man in the possible winners for the Most Popular Driver Award?” Lindsay questions as they listen to the boys with Austin. “I mean, we both know that he’s going to win the award tonight as it’s a done deal, but at least spread some love for my man.”
“For what it’s worth, I think Ryan is the second best man here,” Sarina comments, earning a glance from Lindsay in return.
“Even better than your boss?” Sarina chuckles, nodding her head, as she looks over to where Kyle and Samantha stood together.
With having a chance in between the photos and interviews, Chase walks over to where Sarina stood on the side, wrapping his arms around her shoulders.
“Are you okay?” He asks as she leans back on his arms.
“I am feeling very blessed tonight,” she answers as her hands find their way to her stomach, remembering the heartbreak in Samantha’s voice, as well her own heartbreak from January. “How can someone so heartbroken appear to be so strong and act like nothing is going on?”
“What do you mean?” She then lets out a sigh as her eyes don’t leave Kyle and Samantha.
“Samantha suffered a miscarriage on Monday.” Chase’s jaw drops in shock as his eyes now look over at the couple together.
“That’s why Kyle couldn’t go run the Snowball Derby for you….” Sarina nods her head, remembering Kyle mentioning he had a reason he couldn’t be there without handing over details.
“She told us before we came down for the banquet. I mentioned how it’s great with us three ladies being pregnant together, and she told us.”
“I don’t even know what to say.” Chase remembered how torn up both he and Sarina were in January, and that was being in total surprise without warning. He knew it had to feel 10 times worse with having all their dreams connected to it.
“I told her that I’m there for her no matter what she needs after everything she did for us. But look at them, Chase. How can she just act like everything is perfect?” Chase admittedly was shaking his head in disbelief.
“That’s Samantha. She’s a rock in the midst of crisis, putting everyone first. She and Kyle will be okay.” He then kisses Sarina’s cheek. “Just like we were okay and we found our way through, and now we’re ready to start our new chapter together.”
“It makes me more thankful than ever that things have worked out so well, so far.” She then takes a deep breath, hands continuing to rest on her stomach, a small smile forming as the baby gives her a kick as if to offer reassurance.