She motioned for Jennie to join them, but stricken with fear, Jennie turned on her heel, grabbed her towel, and ran back toward the resort.
Heather wanted to run after the gorgeous beauty, but she was too in tune with her body's desires. She turned back to face Leslie and became one with her body, forgetting all about the beautiful blonde who ran away.
Jennie was running so fast toward the hotel that she wasn't paying attention to anything else. Her mind was racing. She'd never had a woman before or anything other than regular sex. She couldn't breathe. As she looked up, she ran directly into another person: a man. She fell directly on top of him and cried out in pain. When she opened her eyes, it was Max beneath her.
Her eyes wide with fear, she tried to stand but again yelped in pain. She whimpered, and he looked up at her. He stood and lifted her up without so much as a word. He held her head to his shoulder and carried her back toward the surf shop.
"It's probably just a sprain," Max told Jennie, while he held her quivering nude body in his arms as he carried her into the surf shop.
"Let me have a look at it," Max said, placing Jennie on the main counter of the store, "It doesn't look that bad."
Max ran his hands gently down Jennie's leg, slowly toward her ankle. "Careful," she said, guarding it, "It seems to feel better already, just taking my weight off of it."
Max wrapped his hand firmly around Jennie's ankle, "Now, if there is any real damage, it might hurt if I do this," He told her, and he gave her ankle a slight twist.
"Ow," she shouted out, "That hurts!"
Jennie's reaction to the pain caused her to kick out her leg. In doing so, she knocked over a display of macadamia nuts that Max had so proudly set up near the register.
"Oh no!" Max belted out, "Not my nuts!"
"Oh, I'm so sorry," cried Jennie, "Did I hurt them?" She had to stifle the giggle about to emerge from her mouth.
"No, I don't think so," Max said, "It's just that they are so valuable, and I love them."
"What's all this talk about your nuts?" A voice from behind them rang out.
Max and Jennie hadn't heard the footsteps of someone entering the store; they had been too busy to notice. They both looked toward the door and the same time and saw Heather.