Hikaru stared after her before noticing Derrick sitting back down. He kept the gaze of Aija’s father wondering what was next. Derrick didn’t keep him waiting.
“Uh huh. I knew it. Don’t you underestimate me, son. I know things that you have yet to learn and I don’t have to be a doctor to know it.”
Evelyn chuckled light. “You are worth it, Aija. Don’t you ever think otherwise either. We ladies have to stick together and don’t worry about your daddy. He’s going to have to learn to let go a little bit, sooner or later.” Aija laughed at how far-fetched that seemed as her aunt asked, “Anything else you want to talk about?”
Hikaru stared back for a few moments before hitting her with three words: “Nicole kissed me.”
“It’s about Aija. Her father hates me.”
“Can you see anything?”
Hikaru hugged her body tight to his, laying his head on top of hers.
They were soon settled in their room in the resort and Hikaru tipped the man graciously for his help. After his departure, Hikaru glanced over to see Aija opening windows to let the fresh Jamaican breeze blow in, the wind blowing her ponytail back. She closed her eyes with a smile letting it flow over her. She wanted to look at the beach but before she could run out, Hikaru grabbed her hand halting her movements. When she looked at him in question, he advanced toward her.
Hikaru sighed with relief, putting her head against hers before grabbing onto her ass and picking her up, kissing her passionately before continuing the path around her neck with his lips.