"Oh my god, Baby." Ethan groaned as my hips started rolling on his. My hands cupped his soft face and tugged at his hair as I kissed him. His strong arms wrapped around me, yanking my shirt off revealing that I wore no bra. His long fingers dipped into my velvet shorts and pulled them off along with my panties. I started riding him, my hands held onto his shoulders and my lips met his once again. He pulled away from my lips, taking my bottom lip with him biting it.
And as she and all the other characters in Katie’s orbit ultimately learn, love means never having to say you’re sorry.
(The script from Eric Kirsten allows Katie to explain her situation quickly and efficiently in narration off the top.) Katie’s widower dad (Rob Riggle, solid in a rare dramatic role) has taken every precaution to protect her from sunlight, from heavy-duty tinted windows in the house and minivan to extra security on the front door.
We learn in an early conversation between him and Katie’s doctor that it’s actually a miracle she’s lived this long.
"Baby.." I mumbled, as I turned around to look at our table side clock. Remember, this is your dream and I completely support you and the downsides to it. The last time we kissed like this was our two year anniversary, sweet and passionate, far from rushed.
"It's two in the morning." I said, turning back around facing him again. It was as if everything around us was moving in slow motion.