The Shocking Thing My Sugar Daddy’s Grandma Said to Him About Dating a Younger Woman: Part 2

As we set­tled into the guest bed­room of his grand­par­ents’ condo, Kee­gan was feel­ing frisky, but I wasn’t into it. For the first time, some­thing was com­pletely sup­press­ing any resem­blance of my libido. Kee­gan thought it was hilar­i­ous, but I cer­tainly did not. I had no idea what was going on!

Nor­mally, I didn’t give a hoot what other peo­ple thought of me, but for some rea­son, I started to care about his fam­ily, what they thought of me as his part­ner and  some­day his wife. We weren’t engaged yet and I knew that we never would make it to that stage if his fam­ily dis­ap­proved. Luck­ily, his grand­mother sat him down while I was in the bath­room and had a talk with him. They didn’t think I could hear them, but I did.

Don’t lis­ten to any of them. You’ve got a won­der­ful oppor­tu­nity here to have a good life and start a fam­ily. Most women your age already have kids or can’t have them; you don’t want to deal with any of that. Sure, she’s young, but I think she really loves you just the way you are. That’s what’s most impor­tant.  This is a great oppor­tu­nity to finally have what you’ve always said you wanted Kee­gan. Don’t let her get away.”  Gram hugged him and offered some peach cob­bler as I opened the door.

I looked right at him—his eyes were just a lit­tle teary—and he smiled at me with the biggest grin. I had never seen him so happy or relieved, and thank­ful all at the same time. Just hear­ing those words from his grand­mother really meant some­thing to him; he idol­ized the matri­arch of the fam­ily, even to this day.

Keegan’s par­ents, aunts, uncles, and a few cousins arrived for a small mixer at the grand­par­ents’ place. We still had another two-hour drive to the wed­ding and recep­tion, so we were all get­ting together to make a plan to get there and home safely. His Aunt Terry was the first to approach me.

Well Kaitlin, I haven’t seen you in quite some time! My, how you’ve grown! How’s your mother, dear?” she asked as she looked me up and down. I was thor­oughly con­fused and my face showed it. Kee­gan started laugh­ing. “That’s not Kaitlin, Aunt Terry. That’s Vivian, my soon-to-be wife,” He said grin­ning at me.

Oh my! I’m so ter­ri­bly sorry, dear. You just look so… young. Richard? Richard, where are you?” she said, turn­ing away from me as ‘Richard’ walked up. “This is my son, Richard, he’s Keegan’s cousin. He’s the groom,” she said, beam­ing with happiness.

Richard took my hand and kissed the back of it, turn­ing to Kee­gan with a dev­il­ish grin. “You lucky son of a—”

RICHARD!” Aunt Terry yelled.

Son of an Angel,” he fin­ished as we all started laughing.

Kee­gan pulled me close, wrap­ping his arm around my waist and kiss­ing me on the cheek. “See, I told you they would love you.”  He smiled as we all started get­ting ready for the drive. To say I was ner­vous was an understatement.