Innocent Devil's Harem Ch. 19 -- Kai's older Sister finds out more about his Girlfriend's Mom.
Submitted: December 17, 2020 to Literotica (Copyright Kaizer Wolf)
Tags: harem, incest (brother/sister), supernatural, shifter, big tits, redhead
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- CHAPTER 19 -
When Avery abruptly fell unconscious from having my blood injected into her arm, her heart rate dropped too, until the monitor was showing fifty-four beats per minute. I was also a little surprised it happened so fast, at least glad that this confirmed it was in fact my blood that caused the change. I assumed the major difference, from when it happened to Gabriella, was the fact that I didn't inject it directly into her bloodstream, instead getting it in her tissues.
Essentially, it took longer for the blood to do its job in Gabriella's body, whereas this dose got circulated through Avery's bloodstream with a single beat of her heart. I wondered if that also meant her transformation would be faster.
However, I wasn't the only one who noticed the significance of Avery's sudden unconsciousness.
When I pulled out the syringe, my sister abruptly stood up and grabbed her purse, like she was going to leave.
"Well, clearly I'm not going to be transforming anytime soon," she stated matter-of-factly, walking around the end of the bed and over to the med cart. She then grabbed the second syringe and put it in her purse.
I looked at her in surprise. "What are you doing?" I asked seriously.
She gave me a hard look. "What do you think, Kai? Did you really think I would want to stay normal after finding out your secret? After finding out I could be like you too?" Her expression dropped then, suddenly vulnerable. "Unless you don't want me to be like you," she added quietly.
I took a deep breath. "Okay, yeah." I sighed. "I'll make you like me," I reassured her, only to realize I should remind her of what that would really mean. "If you really want me to," I added. "But it might mean you have to quit your job if you struggle to look normal."
She shrugged. "If I end up looking like Gabriella does, then it won't really be that big of a deal."
I frowned, giving her a look.
My sister sighed. "But yeah, I get it. And yes, if that's what I have to do, then I'll quit. But I want to be with you Kai, in every way possible."
I ran my fingers through my hair as I considered that. "Okay," I replied simply, unsure of how else to respond. I felt like it was a big decision, but my sister seemed like she'd already made up her mind, and I wasn't going to deny her what she wanted.
Serenity then nodded, only to point toward a red box on the wall. "But you should get rid of that needle. Just pop it in the sharps container."
I walked over to do as she asked, and then turned to face them again, focusing on Avery's unconscious form. "So now what?" I wondered, suspecting that she was going to be out for a while.
Gabriella replied. "Now, I'll stay here until she wakes up. And if she's not herself when she does, then I'll slap her, or do whatever it takes to get her to snap out of it. You can stay if you want, but I don't mind if you two want to go home."
"Gabriella," my sister said in surprise. "We aren't going to abandon you here. I mean, if we have to leave because it gets too late, and they kick us out since they have rules for only allowing one visitor overnight per patient, then that's one thing, but we can hang around to keep you company until then."
My girlfriend sighed. "Well, I really need to get a hold of my mom anyway, and I kind of figured you two might want some alone time together to talk everything over. A lot has happened just in the last few hours."
Serenity frowned at that, seeming pensive. Of course, Gabriella and I hadn't mentioned the 'succubus' thing to my sister, so she had no idea about that, instead likely focused on the last part of my girlfriend's statement -- us having a lot to talk about.
She then looked at me. "What do you want to do?" she wondered.
I focused on Gabriella as I replied, just wanting to make sure she was fine with my decision. "I'd like to hang out for a while to make sure everything seems fine." I gave my attention back to Serenity. "And then, yeah. We can probably head home. We do sort of need to talk, and I still need to open that chest."
"Only problem," I continued, looking back at Gabriella. "Is that, when we leave, you'll be without a car."
She shrugged. "It's not a big deal, Kai. You can just pick me up if needed, and worst case is I could just get my mom to pick me up. Might have to do that anyway in the event she doesn't want to discuss things on the phone."
"Okay, sounds good," I agreed simply, moving closer to lean against the wall next to where she was sitting. My sister also returned to her seat and shifted it more toward me, since Avery was no longer involved in the conversation. However, it seemed no one had anything to say at this point, all of us falling silent for a handful of minutes.
The silence wasn't uncomfortable though, instead feeling kind of nice just to be around each other. It also felt like there wasn't a lot of personal things we could discuss here without it affecting my skin, but I was perfectly fine with just hanging around with the two of them.
However, as I began thinking more about Avery and her getting better, I realized we might have another problem we hadn't thought of. "What do we do when she does wake up?" I wondered. "I mean, it's probably not a good idea for them to run tests on her after she's magically healed."
Serenity sat back slightly as she thought about it, only for Gabriella to respond.
"Honestly, she should be able to refuse treatment," my girlfriend commented. "And if she can move again, then they can't deny her request to be discharged. I will just need to keep people out while Avery looks different, but that might not be a problem if it happens in the middle of the night. I think the medical staff only check in on people every couple of hours, so their patients can sleep, which gives us a lot of leeway for her to try to look normal again."
"Will you be able to stay up?" I wondered.
Gabriella nodded. "Yeah, I think I'll be fine. I mean, do you have an issue with staying up if you want to? Because for some reason I feel like I could stay awake for days if I needed."
I frowned, realizing she had a point. "Yeah, I guess you're right. If I'm determined to stay awake, then usually it's not an issue. And there's no reason to think you can't do that too, especially since you feel that way."
Gabriella nodded, not responding this time as she glanced at Avery.
I could hear people walking by in the hallways, not really paying too much attention to the commotion, so even I wasn't anticipating for the male nurse to return, with him knocking on the door before popping it open.
We were all surprised when he had a bag of blood in his hand. "Her numbers are a little low," he explained politely. "So the doctor decided to order this." He paused when he focused on her. "Oh, did she fall asleep?"
"Yeah," my sister said right away. "Just a little bit ago. Does she have internal bleeding or something?" she wondered.
He shook his head, moving over to the med cart to punch in a code and grab some supplies. He didn't even seem to notice the syringes were missing, which probably was due to him having three or four patients and not really paying that much attention to a common object. Not to mention, there were other medical staff around.
A nurse's assistant, or even a doctor, might have grabbed them.
"No," he replied. "There was no serious hemorrhaging, as far as they could tell on the scans. Honestly, she might have just recently had her period or something, and didn't take enough iron. It's not too unusual for women to have lower numbers than what we prefer, though the doctor wants to make sure she doesn't drop any lower from an unknown bleed."
"I see," my sister said simply in response.
I frowned at that, since I knew Avery had been on birth control for a while now, or at least hadn't had a period in two years, but didn't comment.
He continued to speak as he laid everything on the bed next to Avery's hand. "I need to grab a chair, since I'll be in here for a while. I have to stay at the bedside when giving a blood product. It can take up to an hour for this much," he added.
My sister nodded again. "No problem." However, once he left, she sighed heavily. "Well, I guess this is a good thing."
"Yeah," I agreed quietly. "If she might end up needing blood anyway, then maybe she can shift back to looking normal right away."
"And maybe she won't even have an episode like I did," Gabriella added.
We were then all quiet again when he returned.
Gabriella decided to use the opportunity to step into the hallway and try calling her mom, likely just intending on keeping things vague to avoid anyone overhearing her. In the meantime, after the nurse got the blood hooked up to Avery's IV, he then tried to strike up a conversation with us, casually inquiring about our relationships.
I decided to just stick with saying that Avery was my classmate from school, as well as one of my best friends, as well as explaining that Serenity was my sister when he asked. Unfortunately, he then focused on her, being overly curious as he asked her what she did for a living, and then seemed to get really interested when she told him that she was a detective.
But my sister was used to talking to strangers, and had no problem keeping him engaged and entertained while he jotted down information on a piece of paper every handful of minutes.
When Gabriella came back not long later, she seemed like she was in a good mood, but just kept her whispers to me vague, saying that she and her mom were going to talk as soon as they got the chance tomorrow. Of course, I suspected that they would talk sooner if Avery woke up before the hospital's arbitrary curfew for visitors set in, but I knew we shouldn't plan for that to happen.
After that, we both fell silent again while my sister continued to converse with the male nurse.
However, the blood transfusion didn't take as long as he was expecting, and he was done after only forty-five minutes, seeming surprised that it hadn't taken a full hour. He told us the doctor would likely want more labs to verify the amount was enough to raise her numbers, but I wasn't worried about them seeing anything abnormal in her bloodwork.
After all, it wasn't like they would be studying it. Instead, they would only be checking for specific things, probably having a machine or an overworked tech doing the test on 'just another tube' out of thousands.
Once he left the room, Gabriella finally elaborated by saying that her mom seemed excited that her daughter was finally interested in a guy and overall seemed positive about the situation.
"Of course, I didn't mention we are already engaged," Gabriella admitted. "And I kind of made it seem like I was only 'interested' at this point, so she doesn't know we've done stuff." She grimaced then. "But I'll definitely let her know tomorrow."
I frowned at that, being reminded that we'd kind of jumped straight into it, without her parents even knowing me. "You don't think they'll be mad that I didn't ask them or anything, right?" I wondered. "Like, would your dad be upset?"
She shook her head. "Nah, they're pretty easygoing when it comes to traditional stuff like that. Or rather, I suppose you could say that they're pretty untraditional in a lot of ways, so I don't think it'll be an issue."
"Untraditional how?" Serenity asked curiously, just being conversational.
Gabriella grimaced. "Umm, Kai, maybe you can tell her at home?" she suggested, seeming kind of embarrassed now.
I shrugged. "Sure," I agreed simply, with my awareness of the topic not bothering me, since I had my mind mostly elsewhere, wondering if we should go ahead and get going. It was only about 2:30 PM at this point, but what Gabriella said earlier was kind of true -- my sister and I had a lot to talk about, and it was probably going to take up a significant amount of time to discuss everything.
"Okay?" Serenity said in confusion, clearly not sure what to make of Gabriella's reluctance.
"I'll tell you when we get home," I reaffirmed. "And speaking of which, are you ready to go?" I focused on Gabriella. "As long as you don't need anything," I added.
She shook her head, giving me a warm smile. "No, I'll be fine. I'm starting to kind of feel attached to Avery here, so I won't feel like I'm alone, even if she's asleep."
I smiled at that, walking toward her to give her a quick hug. "Okay, I love you. Just call me if you need anything."
"Will do," she agreed, moving to give Serenity a hug too. "I think everything will go alright though," she added. "Especially since they gave her a bag of blood. If we're lucky, she might just wake up looking completely normal."
"Sure," I replied. "And let us know if she does wake up. Like, even if it's two in the morning, I'll come pick you both up." I paused. "Assuming she doesn't want to go see her mom, but it might be better for her to experiment shifting a little before she does."
"Agreed," Gabriella replied, giving me a warm smile. "Love you."
"Love you too," I said, only to take a deep breath. I then focused on my sister before exchanging a final goodbye with my girlfriend and then heading out of the room.
After taking an elevator to the ground floor, Serenity wrapped her arms around mine as we began walking out to the car, something she'd occasionally done prior to today, but now felt a little different.
More like, a lot different.
I always suspected that people assumed we were together when she did that, but I knew we weren't a couple previously. But now, we kind of were unofficially.
I tried to keep my torso from graying as we reached the parking garage, finally having to pull my arm away once we got close to the car.
Thankfully, she didn't appear to notice that there was an issue, just seeming content to walk while holding onto me, but I knew I'd have to tell her later that I might not be able to handle it anymore.
Not if we were sort of dating now.
It wasn't until after I'd gotten the chest out of the trunk, and we'd driven down to the entrance of the parking garage, getting ready to exit, that she thought of it herself.
"Oh," she exclaimed in surprise, readjusting the small black chest in her lap as she glanced at me. "Was it okay that I held onto your arm? I didn't even think anything of it," she added with a grimace.
I sighed heavily, not really wanting to discuss this too much while I was driving, but knowing I should be honest. "Umm, yeah it was fine, but I was a little gray underneath my clothes," I admitted.
She gave me an apologetic look. "Does that happen a lot?" she asked quietly.
I shook my head. "No, normally I'd just pull away if it was affecting me." I sighed. "And really, the biggest reason is because things are sort of different between us." I paused, only to continue when her heartrate picked up. "But we shouldn't talk about that too much right now," I quickly added. "Let's talk about something else."
She nodded, focusing down at her lap. "So, what do you think is in here?" she wondered, glancing back up at me. "When we were first moving it around, it didn't really make any sounds, but now..." She paused to gently shake it side-to-side, only for it to sound as if something loose was hitting the edges. "Almost makes me wonder if there is a rock in here or something."
I laughed at that. "Wouldn't that be funny?" I said playfully. "My biological parents, or whoever that's really from, left me a piece of coal for being a bad boy."
She initially started grinning only to immediately frown. "Hey," she said somberly, her expression full of concern. "I don't know why they left you with us, but you were still the answer to my prayer. You were a miracle to me, and still are." She paused. "In every way," she added meaningfully. "If it's because they didn't want you for some reason, then I'm glad they didn't see your value. Because I want you, and always will."
I tried to swallow the lump in my throat, knowing she meant that in a variety of ways.
"And besides," she continued, her tone somber. "It's also possible something happened to your biological parents. Like, I know this sucks to think about, but maybe the woman who gave birth to you actually died. Not saying that happened, but it might not be because she didn't want you."
I grimaced then as another horrible idea occurred to me. "I hope she didn't have me as a result of something like sexual assault."
Serenity looked at me in alarm. "Kai, why would you even think that?"
I shrugged. "I mean, what if my mom was a normal person? I'm obviously not normal, which would mean the guy who donated his DNA wasn't human. And if he really was some kind of devil, then their relationship might not have been mutually consenting."
She just stared at me in disbelief, before focusing ahead at the road, seeming pensive now. "Well, Kai, I'll be honest with you. If that happened to me, I'm not sure I'd be able to go through with the pregnancy." She then looked at me seriously. "But that would only mean your biological mother did go through with the pregnancy. Which says a lot." She sighed. "I mean, yeah, maybe she couldn't handle keeping you, but she still gave you a chance at life. I'm not sure I would be able to do the same."
I nodded in acknowledgment, knowing from her scent that just the idea of having to make that choice was stressing her out. Because for some women, the choice would be easy -- some might not even view it as a question to abort the pregnancy right away, while others might feel it was wrong to do so, even despite the circumstance.
But for Serenity, she didn't necessarily lean in either direction. Or rather, she was in both camps at the same time, able to understand the reasoning to both sides, though I doubted she'd ever seriously considered how she might handle making the decision herself. And the idea that I might have come from such a situation stressed her out even more, since it probably made her feel guilty for thinking she might not be able to handle nine months of pregnancy after such a traumatizing event.
"Don't worry about it," I finally said in a gentle tone, reaching out to rest my hand on her forearm. She immediately grabbed my hand instead, as I continued. "That might not be what happened at all. And for all we know, maybe my biological mother was the different one. Like, maybe my biological father was the human. Besides, I'm not going to ever let anyone sexually assault you."
Serenity grimaced at that. "Thanks, Kai. I really appreciate that. But, while I can certainly take care of myself, the only way you would be able to keep that promise is if I never left your side again."
I sighed, knowing she was right. "Well, then I guess it's a good thing I'll be injecting you with my blood later," I said quietly, only to glance at her meaningfully. "Because then I will be protecting you, only in a different way. Indirectly, by making you like me."
Serenity gave me a warm smile, pulling my hand more against her stomach and clasping it in both of hers. She then looked at me apologetically. "This is okay, right?" she wondered, making no effort to let go of my hand.
I tried to swallow. "Umm, yeah. It's okay for now," I hedged, knowing my back and chest were dark gray.