For those of you who are unfamiliar, a traveler adept is a type of Covalent who can manipulate the properties of matter and energy. Pellus, a major character in the Covalent Series, is one such being. He is like a father to Barakiel, and helps him in many ways with his consummate skill. Pellus conceals Barakiel's battles in the Earthly Realm by moving light from one place to another. He turn solids to liquids and gasses and back again. He detects rifts in the fabric of existence and uses them to navigate the cosmos. He can see the molecular composition of all things. Pellus also deeply loves his mate, Jeduthan. In the scene below, he shows her. He has just returned to the Covalent Realm from Earth.
***WARNING: This scene contains explicit sex.***
“You should leave these worries behind, beloved,” she whispered. He remained still as she took off his tie, his jacket and his shirt. She ran her hands over his smooth chest.
Exhaling softly, Pellus leaned his forehead against hers. “I will leave everything behind but you.” He kissed her, then sucked gently on her bottom lip before he pulled away, tilted his head and looked down. Her robes dissolved into a cloud of cherry vapor that swirled around her delicate limbs.
“Aaaah, that tingles just right.”
Jeduthan fumbled with his trousers, being unfamiliar with the way they were fastened. This prompted Pellus to dissolve them into a cloud of gray mist that mingled with the cherry to surround their naked bodies as they tangled together. The room faded from view as Pellus transformed the air to cumulus, then brought the heat from deep within his body to the surface of his hands. He traced them lightly down his mate’s back. “Warm enough, beloved?”
“Just right,” she murmured.
He nibbled her neck as he slipped his fevered hand between her legs to stroke her. She caught her breath and her body trembled. Pellus watched her face, her eyes squeezed shut, her mouth open as she exhaled her pleasure.
“This vision of you should be enough to safeguard my happiness,” he said.
Jeduthan hummed softly and smiled, before snaking her hand down to massage him. She cupped him and gently squeezed, while she gazed deep into his eyes. Pellus groaned. She knew him so well. She knew just what to do to him. She knew her gaze, filled with love, was the comfort he needed. He pressed his mouth to hers, his free hand on the back of her neck. He drew her to the floor, which suddenly gave to the pressure of their bodies, as soft as a feather pillow.
“You have outdone yourself,” Jeduthan whispered. “The floor cradles my limbs.”
Pellus chuckled and slid down her body, the heat that had been in his hand now in his tongue. He buried his face between his mate’s legs. He licked her, softly, tenderly, as he applied his fingers, which pulsed with a gentle vibration.
“Oh, Pellus. Balance help me.”
I find dimensions between your legs, beloved.
When he heard her trill and moan he raised himself, slipped inside her and rolled to the side as their hips danced together. Her body tightened where he had entered her. She moaned, deep and throaty. He ran his pulsing hands over her back, her ass, her thighs, as he plunged deep inside her, feeling her squeeze him, milk him. She bit his earlobe, dug her nails into his back and whispered, “You are all I need.”
Serene pleasure flowed through Pellus’ mind, even as the movement of his hips grew frenetic. Jeduthan’s nails dug deeper and her body shuddered, her legs gripping him in a spasm of pleasure. She laughed. He knew she was laughing at her own loss of control.
When she had finished, Pellus concentrated on the sweetness he could feel inside her. He finished with a few forceful swings of his hips. His body’s explosion made him feel instantly rejuvenated, as if every bit of energy he had just expended was returned to him tenfold. They lay there on the yielding floor, clasping each other, murmuring endearments. Jeduthan ran her fingers along his ear.
“What if you could not get the floor to return to stability?” she asked.
“Serving spirits to our guests would become quite an adventure.”
“Do you remember that time you tried to form a bed for us by solidifying the air?”
“How could I forget?” he said, laughing. “Your touch was so intoxicating I lost focus—”
“And we crashed to the floor,” Jeduthan finished, joining her mate in his laughter.
Pellus smoothed her hair. “I had better keep to my simpler tricks when you have your hands on me. It is easier to make things less solid than more.”
“You don’t needs tricks to please me, beloved.”
“I know.” As Pellus kissed her the air returned to transparency and the floor to hardness. “There. Back to normal.”
“My brilliant Pellus. Life with you is never normal.”