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There was a "too" at the end of it. She felt her heart clenching up and hoped that she showed no sign of it on her face. Don wasn't the only one that was finding this harder. As her feelings for Bridget deepened, Sian had thought that she could wait until Bridget decided what she wanted. Doubts were starting to appear in that belief.

Stroking Bridget's face, Sian gave her a wan smile. "I want that too." She felt Bridget tighten her grip as she raised her lips to press them against Sian's. The kiss took time to fully blossom. Their lips caressed for long moments before parting so that their tongues could greet each other. As they slipped into the other's mouth, each woman felt the tender strokes and touches as their tongues explored the now very familiar places. Just as Sian started to feel the first little stirrings of excitement, Bridget tentatively pulled away. Sian's eyes fluttered open to look at Bridget's troubled face.

"We shouldn't. I can't stay. I just needed desperately to talk with you," Bridget said. Sian could see the conflicting emotions.

"I know. You're right," Sian told her. Her arms didn't release Bridget yet. It felt too nice, especially as Bridget put her head down on Sian's shoulder.

"It's not fair to you, my darling Sian," Bridget whispered.

Running her fingers through Bridget's hair Sian replied with one of her favorite movie quotes. "Life isn't fair, Princess. Anyone who tells you differently is selling something." She heard Bridget laugh just a little. "Seriously, I knew it wouldn't be fair when I said yes I would date you. I am still glad I said yes."

Squeezing Sian harder, Bridget's voice was even quieter. "So am I."

The two of them sat like that for a few minutes longer and then Bridget stirred. Standing up she held out her hand for Sian and they walked over to the door. Kissing one last time, Bridget opened the door. Looking back she smiled at Sian. "I love you. Remember that."

"I love you, Bridge. Believe that."

On the drive home, Bridget thought a lot about her conversation with Sian. It didn't help her feel any better. Both of her lovers were unhappy. It couldn't go on too much longer like this. But she wasn't ready for a change. Her own mind was still too confused. All she could hope was they gave her enough time to figure things out.

As she pulled up, Bridget saw Don's car. She sighed. She hadn't stayed more than an hour at Sian's and she hoped that she would beat Don back home. Hopefully it wouldn't be another nasty scene when she came inside. Her feet felt leaden as she walked to the front door.

Don was in front of the television as she entered. For a moment he didn't look up, but when he did she could see an unspoken accusation in his eyes.

"I just went over to talk, Don," she said. "Nothing more."

He didn't say anything for a few seconds, and then he nodded. "Okay. I understand. Sorry about coming unglued before," Don said to Bridget. "I just didn't expect it."

"It's my fault," Bridget said as she came over and sat down with him. The news continued on in the background, unwatched. "I should have thought about it." She looked down at her hands, clenched in her lap. "Sian agrees with you by the way. It was a bad idea."

Don just nodded again. He didn't need Sian's opinion to validate his, but at the same time he was trying to smooth things over with Bridget. Making comments about Sian wasn't going to help.

Resting her head in her hands, Bridget sighed. At first Don just looked at her, and then he reached out and put his arm around her. After a moment, she leaned against him. "It's not always easy for me, either," she quietly said. "I know it isn't for you, nor is it for Sian. I try to be fair." She paused for a second and looked at Don. "I know you don't like me saying that, but I don't know how else to be in this thing we are in." Wisely Don continued to hold his tongue.

Putting her head back on Don's shoulder, Bridget was quiet.

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