...posure, she could handle it.
“You've got a good point,” Shepard said, reaching for his clothing and beginning to pull it on rather haphazardly...an odd thing, considering the navy and marine corps' thing on etiquette and grooming, but right now, that was of little concern.
“Mm-hmm. And besides...some of the positions I have a feeling we're going to be done won't be very comfortable for either of us using a steel floor,” Tali said with a smirk on her lips, before she quickly pulled her headgear on. Shepard simply nodded emphatically, before he reached for the door control.
“We'll just make like we're going back down to the engine room, nobody will notice. Except maybe Alenko, but he's always busy,” Shepard said as the door slid open.
Tali simply nodded, waiting for Shepard to move back out into the primary bridge corridor before she followed after him, forcing herself to trail a few steps behind. She honestly wanted to be as absolutely close as possible. Her heart was still pounding from the way he had worked her, and she felt like the short, thirty-second walk was going to take an hour. None of the other crew paid much attention to either, again the only ones being the marine guards who simply saluted and didn't give a passing glance to either their CO or the quarian girl trailing ...