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Is that right?"
"Yes sir," Mason proudly smiled, "That's correct."
"I want to hear all about it," John smiled, "I've always been fascinated by the martial arts."
As her father and her fianc__ talked, Heather looked at her mother, and with a smile on her beautiful face, she smiled and said, "See, I told you he was the real thing, didn't I, Mom?"
"Yes, you did, baby girl," Lena tenderly replied, "And I'm so happy for you, sweetheart."
"He's the kindest, most gentle person I've ever known," Heather happily sniffled, "And I can't, no, I won't let him go...not for anything. My heart starts beating like crazy just being in the same room with him, and when he's not around me, I feel like I'm going to die before I see him again."
"I understand, baby," Lena knowing replied, "Now you know how I felt the first time I met your father. I just hope that you two are being careful if you know what I mean."
"You can relax, Mom," she grinned, "I got on the pill right after this past Christmas break."
"You're a very wise young woman, baby," Lena proudly smiled, "And I want you to know, that when you and Mason get married, your father and I are going to be right there for the both of you."
"Thank you, Momma," Heather sniffled, "I love you and Daddy so much."
I want to give you some good advice baby," Lena whispered to her daughter, "As long as you fuck him as good as you feed him, he'll never stray."
"Mother," Heather playfully gasped, her face turning a bright shade of red, "That's terrible," which of course was followed by knowing fits of giggles between her and her mother.
"Your grandmother told me the same thing right before I married your father," Lena laughed, "And you'll notice that we're still together after all these years, and, let me just say that there's never a dull moment in the bedroom..."
That night after dinner when the waitress brought the check to the table, Mason was reaching for it while pulling his wallet out of his back pocket. However, right before he picked it up, Heather's father, John, snatched the check from his grasp.
"Your money's no good her, Mason," John laughed, "Besides, I'd planned on buying yours and Heather's dinner this evening anyway."
"That's not right, Mister Winters," Mason replied, "At least let me pay for mine and Heather's part of it."
"It's not happening," the man grinned, patting Mason's shoulder, "And I want you to call me John and my wife Lena from now on, okay?"
"If you say so, Mist...err, I mean John," Mason chuckled, "Thank you, thank you very much. We really appreciate it."
"You're welcome, son," John light heartedly smiled, "And just so you know, I want you to make my daughter bring you home some time this summer so I can show you off to all of my friends, okay?"
"Uh, sure," Mason said, "But there's not really much to show off."
"Horse shit," John laughed, "My soon to be son-in-law is a National Karate Champion."
"He's right, baby," Heather smiled, leaning over and kissing him right in front of her parents, "We're so proud of you."
"Come on, you guys," Mason grinned, his face turning red, "You're embarrassing me..."
That night as they lay in bed together after they'd just finished making love, Heather leaned across Mason's chest and rubbed her beautiful breasts against him.
"My parents adore you, baby," she cooed, "I hope you know that."
"I really like them, too," he smiled, gently running his hand across her hot little ass, "Your Dad is a good man."
"Are you kidding me?" she sweetly giggled, "Dad thinks you're the greatest thing since sliced bread, and Mom couldn't tell me enough how handsome she thought you were."
"You look just like her," he smiled, "That's why you're so beautiful."
"Aw, thank you, baby," she softly replied, tenderly kissing his lips, "I love you so much, Mason."
"I'm glad," he told her, gazing into her big dark eyes, "Because I love you more than anything in the world..."
TWO WEEKS LATER
Mason and Heather had