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A storm had raged the high seas the night before. King Renaldo knew that a supply boat from the mainland was on its way last night and the betrothed of his daughter, Princess Lana, was supposed to be on it. The King feared the worst for the boat and its crew as it had not reached dock by mid morning. He sent his Royal Ship out on a search and rescue mission. Unbeknownst to her father, the Princess set sail with it hiding in an inner cabin.
After 2 hours, the Royal Ship came upon what appeared to be parts of a boat. The Admiral, looking through his spyglass, yelled for the Royal Captain to slow down. The men lowered a rescue boat to explore the wreckage. There were no signs of life. They picked up floating crates and brought them back to be lifted up onto the ship. Suddenly, the Admiral started yelling and pointing to the other side of the ship. Princess Lana came running out as she heard “Man alive! Man alive!” She secretly prayed for it to be Prince Eduardo of Corleon.
“Princess Lana!” The Admiral bowed. The men on the boat paddled hard around the ship until they saw man hanging on for dear life onto a crate.
“Is it him? Is it Prince Eduardo?”
“I’m not sure, Princess. We all pray it is.” Pacing back and forth, she bit her nails while she waited on word from down below. She watched as the boat got closer and closer. The Admiral went running down the steps and yelled, “Princess Lana! It is he! Take him up to the Colonel’s quarters!” She ran to grab blankets from her room and ran into him. He was blue and shivering and his clothes were torn.
“Leave us and continue your search! There may be more survivors!” Princess Lana ordered. “Go make him some hot soup. He needs food and liquids.” She started removing his wet clothes. She took her body and snuggled up on him lying the blankets on top of them. He moaned. “Ssssh, my love.” He opened his eyes and smiled at her before passing out. Princess Lana force fed him the hot soup and laid beside him making sure that he got proper treatment. She’d hush him back to sleep when he stirred. The search lasted all night long and finally Prince Eduardo could no longer go back to sleep.
“I must go help,” he staggered as he stood up grabbing his coat.
“No, you’re too weak.”
“I have to go.”
Princess Lana placed her hands on his bare chest stepping in close, “I can’t risk losing you again. You can’t go, Eduardo.” Lustfully, he kissed her taking her breath away.
“Lana, you’re not going to lose me and they’re my mates. I have to go back out.” She ran her hands up and down his strong chest letting the hair tickle her fingers. His nipples were hard. She could not tell if it was from her touch or if he was still cold.
“You’re going to get sick,” she begged. “Please, stay.”
Eduardo sighed, “I have missed you so much and I suppose that the Admiral has everything under control.” Lana kissed his chest as she helped him remove his coat. He leaned back and locked the cabin’s door. He flipped her hair back behind her shoulders gnawing lightly up her collarbone into her neck. Her head leaned back causing her bosom to push against his skin. His hands came forward pushing down her shoulder strap. She lost her balance falling back onto the dresser knocking over the candle. They quickly blew it out before anything caught fire.
The Princess helped him by taking her arms out of the sleeves and exposing her breasts to him.
*Knock knock* “Princess?”
“Yes? Yes?” She called out. The doorknob turned. She quickly put her arms back in her dress as Prince Eduardo jumped into bed under the covers. Lana opened the door as she whispered, “Sorry. The Prince is sleeping.”
“Sorry, Princess. The Admiral would like you to know we’ve docked and the King demands your presence.”
“Yes. I’m coming now.” The Princess looked back at her soon to be husband. He nodded towards her knowing where her duty needed to be. Their passion would have to wait for another day.