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“Chase, wake up.” I whispered into Chase’s ear quietly. It was Christmas morning, and if it weren’t for the bedside clock telling me it was morning I wouldn’t have been able to tell. Thick clouds that covered the sky made it look like it was much earlier than it actually was.
“Five more minutes.” Chase managed to grumble out, burying his head deeper into his pillows and tightening the arm that held me around the waist. I laughed quietly.
“Come on, it’s Christmas morning.” I said still keeping my voice quiet. “I can hear your sisters starting to get up.” I tried to reason with him.
“All the more reason to stay in bed.” He grinned, opening his eyes. “Besides, I thought I was the morning person in this relationship.” He chuckled.
“Christmas equals new rules.” I smirked running my fingers lightly up and down his side.
"It's just another day." he groaned, "Let's just get a few more minutes of sleep."
I grinned, shaking my head, nice try, "Nope. Get up baby." I said.
I pulled the covers off Chase, making him groan louder in protest, "You owe me." He grumbled.
"When we get back to campus, we can screw all day long." I winked at him suggestively, "But until then you have to behave." I said smiling.
He groaned, sitting up, "You owe me." He said again.
I leaned over and kissed him deeply, I could feel his body tighten in response as he kissed me back, "I swear I'll keep my end of the deal if you just get up. You can have me as much as you want when we go back to school." I smiled at him.
He groaned even more, "Fiiiine." he told me, finding a shirt and slipping it over his head.
I grinned, "You're so cute in the morning." I teased him.
He smirked and pulled me close to his side, "You're cuter." he winked.
"Chaaase!!"Angela’s, Chase’s mother, voice reached our room, "Are you awake?!"
He sighed, "Yes Mom. Leila and I are coming down." He called down loudly. We went down stairs and soon enough everyone was done opening presents. Angela was still obsessing over an antique necklace Jason had given here, and Rox and Nic were chatting excitedly about something that was going completely over my head. But still just the warmth and comfort of a peaceful and happy Christmas morning was the best thing to me, and I soaked it all up. Chase sat next to me, his arm wrapped comfortably around the top of my shoulders talking to his dad. Everything about the scene in front of me was perfect and I wished it would never end.
“Are you having fun?” Chase’s voice broke me out of my thoughts. I looked up at him with a smile.
“Yes of course, everything is perfect.” I said happily. “Do you like what I got you?” I asked.
“You did awesome babe, you know me so well.” He grinned. “And how about you? Did you get everything you wanted?”
“Yes and even more, you spent way too much on me.“ I said punching him lightly on his leg.
“Ah well it was worth it seeing your face.” He grinned happily. “And actually there’s one more present. I saved it for last.” He said obviously excited.
“Chase no! You’ve given me more than enough, just being with you on Christmas here was perfect.” I said truthfully. This was by far my happiest Christmas, and not because of the presents, but instead for the company.
“Trust me it’s just a little something. Stay here.” He said pushing my shoulders back to the couch before running upstairs. I sighed, shaking my head at him.
“Do you all know what he’s so excited about?” I asked his family. But of course they all had the same excited smiles.
“We don’t know a thing.” Angela said biting her lip to keep from grinning too wide.
“Scouts honor!” Rox said holding up three fingers.
“You haven’t ever been a scout Rox.” Nic said shoving her shoulder, and she just shrugged. “A girl can dream can’t she?”
I was about to say something but just then Chase came down with a large box in his hands that was perfectly wrapped. He set it down in my lap before sitting back down next to me. “Chase really I don’t need more presents!” I said exasperated.
“Just open it, and if you don’t like it, or you have something like it I’ll just return it.” He said shrugging, trying to hide his excitement. I gave him a hard look before undoing the bow on top. I opened the wrapping paper carefully as I felt everyone’s eyes on me. As the paper came away I was met with the signature robins egg blue that was a tell tale sign of Tiffany’s.
“Chase what the hell?!” I said seeing the box, I could only imagine what he could’ve gotten me that would have fit in this particular size of a box.
“Just open it Leila.” He said still grinning. I lifted the top of the box and instead of being met with more of that signature blue, I saw a large red velvet box. I felt my eyebrows draw together as I looked at him, he nodded back to the box.
“Go on, you’re not going to know what’s inside till you open it.” I lifted the lid carefully and I gasped, my hand flying to my mouth in shock when I saw what lay inside. I turned to Chase, my eyes tearing up.
“You didn’t!” I said feeling the tears fall down my cheeks.
“I don’t know, what is it?” He shrugged grinning. I turned back to the item that lay nestled perfectly in the black satin. I lifted it carefully from the satin, almost afraid to touch it and opened the cover as gently as I could to see the publication details inside. It was a first print of Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. It was my absolute favorite book, I couldn’t count the number of times I’ve read it even if I had wanted to.
“It’s a first print of Sense and Sensibility.” I said crying harder as I lay it back into the satin so I could throw my arms around Chase tightly.
“Well I didn’t want you to cry Leila.” He said laughing lightly while hugging me back but pulling my face from his shoulder so he could wipe a tear away from my cheek. “Do you like it?” He asked.
“Yes of course! I love it Chase, this was the most perfect gift anyone could have ever given me!” I said still crying. I took his face in both of my hands and kissed him deeply, the rest of his family around us completely forgotten. He tightened his arms around my waist and smiled against my lips.
“Oh god, get a room!” I heard Rox say making fake retching noises. I puled away from our tight embrace, my embarrassment clearly written on my face.
“Leave them alone Rox.” Angela said scolding them like the mother she was.
Chase pulled away, a glare already on his face as he looked at his sister, "Oh shut up."
She smirked at him, "You know, it's weird to see you all lovey-dovey with someone. Honestly I made a bet with Nic that this day would never happen."
He glared even more, "Shut up."
"Seriously, we kind of all thought you were a man-wh*re." She smirked at him.
"Roxanne, please stop." Angela told her as she sighed in defeat.
"Fine." She said stopping.
I smiled at him, "Thank you Chase. This was the perfect gift." I smiled at him happily and kissed him quickly again.
"I'm glad you loved it." He told me.
"Alright, it is now time to clean up and cook. We do have to make dinner tonight." Angela said getting up along with Jason.
I stood up quickly, I had already planned on helping earlier. "Can I help?" I offered.
Angela smiled and shook her head, "Just relax. You're our guest. Rox, Nic, please help me."
Rox pouted, "She just offered to help you!"
"You're my daughter, not her. Come on." She beckoned the two of them, leaving Chase and I alone in the living room, I could still hear their faint objections over having to help cook as they walked.
I pouted, "Is she sure? I'd be more than happy to help."
Chase chuckled, "You've stayed here for a week, has she let you help once?" I bit my lip and shook my head.
“No,” I sighed, “ I just feel so bad! Your mom does everything.” I said sitting back down leaning my head against his shoulder, running my fingers over the satin that surrounded the book.
“Get used to it, I doubt she’ll ever let you help.” He chuckled kissing the top of my head.
“Well now what are we supposed to do? I was planning on helping with dinner.” I sighed closing the lid to the book and setting it down to the side of me.
“Hmm, I can think of a few things.” He said his voice low as his arm around my shoulder slipped down to my hip.
I looked up at him with an eyebrow raised “Really? You want to fool around as your family is cooking Christmas dinner downstairs?” I asked him, though with the way our kiss earlier had been cut short I wasn’t exactly opposed.
“The turkey will take at least four hours, we’ll have plenty of time.” He said eyeing my breasts before looking back up at me with a smirk.
“Four hours? I think that might even be a test for your endurance.” I teased him.
“Challenge accepted.” He grinned scooping me up making me let out a surprised squeak.
“You are insatiable!” I whispered to him as he hurried us both up the stairs.
“Only for you.” He grinned as he pushed open his door, kicked it closed behind us and then locked it.
"Is this bad?" I asked with a grin, "Having sex in my boyfriends room at his parents house?"
He shook his head, "Not when your boyfriend is me. Especially when I've been really good this vacation." He smirked as he leaned in to kiss me.
"Good? You call f*ngering me good behavior?" I teased him, smiling as his lips pressed against mine.
He shrugged, "I could have f*cked you..." like that was any kind of excuse.
I laughed, "Great way to justify it baby."
He pulled me tight against his body and tugged down roughly at my pajama bottoms. “I am very smart.” He grinned, his hands resting on my a.ss.
I nodded, "Super smart. And extremely good looking." Might as well give his ego an extra stroke.
"Well, you must be f*cking lucky." He smirked down at me.
I grinned and raised a brow, "What about you?"
He smiled, and leaned down to kiss me, "I'm pretty damn lucky as well…" he pushed my pajama bottoms completely down this time and held my body tightly to his.
"Chase!!!" Angela’s distinct yell reached us and Chase groaned in protest, "Can you please help us with dinner?!".
I bit my lip, trying, unsuccessfully, to hide my grin, "You okay?" I asked.
He nodded, "Yeah, but I definitely am not hard anymore." He sighed.
“I bet I could fix that for you later on tonight.” I smirked at him as I slipped my pajama bottoms back on, “Besides you wouldn’t want to go downstairs with a tent.” I said walking towards his door.
“True, and I’m holding you to that promise tonight.” He grinned as we walked out into the hallway.
“I look forward to it.” I said with a small laugh as we went down stairs to help cook Christmas dinner.