hello, this was loosely based on a request that i will put below, that scene is in here but it’s definitely not the main focus of the one shot, hope you like it!!
anonymous: hiii i was wondering if you could do something where harry is eating you out but your work calls and you have to answer while he keeps going down on you???
Heels in one hand, purse and phone in the other, you skipped down the stairs to where Harry was waiting, hands in his pockets.
He turned at the sound of your bare feet padding on the hardwood and a grin stretched across his face when his eyes landed on you. You still weren’t used to that look; his eyes flaming with desire as they made their way across your body. You would never admit aloud what that look did to you, but you were sure Harry knew anyway.
His eyes slowly made their way back up to yours, but darted traitorously to your mouth, “I like your lipstick.” Was all he said as he admired the redness of your mouth as it stretched into it’s own grin.
Grind Till I Own It || Mafia!Jeon Jungkook x Reader [M] Pt. 1
Summary : Jeon Jungkook is the son of the famous mafia gang TBB (The Black Base) and is a filthy rich man that gets whatever his finger points at - that includes even you.
Rated [M] for eventual smut/angst
You’d like to think that you were a flower amongst the thousands of sweaty bodies grinding on each other. A pure flower. If it wasn’t for your complete opposite best friend you wouldn’t even step foot in this whatever club, but of course she worked her magic on you and here you were. Here you were, quietly sipping on your beverage while the taste intoxicated you more and more each second that slipped away.
“If I were you - I’d slow down with that drink"
You heard a man chuckle, accompanied by the sound of wiping glass.
“They’re known for turning good girls into bad girls”.
You paused, letting his words melt in your brain before you raised your glass, a smirk painted on your pink tinted glossy lips.
“What makes you think I’m a good girl hmm?” You slurred, surprised the words could roll off your tongue despite your boozy state. You earned another chuckle from the bartender, he shook his head in - not disbelief but amusement in which he looked up at you with a grin.
“How come such a rebellious girl like yourself be alone in this dark place?” He mused. “Where’s your prince charming? Shouldn’t he be here and shield his princess?” Your eyes traveled to his name tag and made out his name as Jin.
“Well Jin” You started, downing the whole thing with a hiss at how the liquor burned your throat. You liked Jin, he had a way with his words that made you want to listen to him more - it was like his words hypnotized you to keep talking to him, guess that is the reason for him being the bartender. “This princess doesn’t need a prince charming, she’d rather have another drink though” You grinned, the corners of your lips stretching from cheek to cheek.
“Of co- Shit”
Jin caught you off guard with the sudden way he hissed. His eyes were wide as if he’d just seen a ghost pop up in front of him, it made your head spin around and holy fuck.
It wasn’t a ghost that had taken over both of your and Jin’s eyes - it was a God.
His ebony hair was neatly parted on each side, exhibiting his smooth forehead to the whole world. His three-piece suit was equally as black as his hair, though his tie was a haunting cherry red which made his chest pop up a bit. His eyes were sharp and alluring, he could probably turn anyone who laid their eyes on him a stone statue in seconds. This guy was attractive yes, but what wasn’t as attractive as himself was the half naked girls who had their arms snaked around his - maybe you were just jealous?.
You turned to Jin, your mouth hung open
“Who the fuck is that?”
Jin snickered while returning a few glasses that were wrapped around his fingers, he could clearly see that this was the first time you’ve ever seen him and it made Jin’s snicker turn into a low laughter. “Like what you see?”
You felt your cheeks heat up together with your hammering heart. You turned around, hoping that you’d catch another mesmerizing glimpse of the man in the suit but you frowned when it looked like he had vanished somewhere out of your sight. With a sigh of disappointment you proceeded to stand up, catching Jin’s attention.
“Leaving already? You’re about to miss the best part”
This perked up your attention and your head cocked to the side, your brows crushed together curiously while your arms were crossed above your chest. “Best part?”
Jin nodded, removing the egg white apron that was tied about his waist. He waved his hand in an excused manner to his - you guessed boss - and he motioned you to follow him. While walking, you noticed how Jin was familiar with almost all the people in the bar, it made you a tad bit jealous only knowing your best friend who was probably drunk with some guy. A smile played at your lips, knowing how she’d act the next day and how amusing it was to watch her walk with a chocolate bar in her mouth while yelling ‘asshole’ to the wall.
“So” Jin began, startling you a bit. “Let me tell you a little bit about The Black Base - or TBB in short. The guy you saw before is the son of the most famous mafia gangs around town, they’re so rich that rumors say his dad bathes in money” Jin explained, raising his head to greet the people that passed him.
“TBB? But what’s he doing here? Shouldn’t he, like, work or something?” You asked, flattening the tight black dress that hugged your curves a little too tight for your taste.
Jin laughed. “Work? The guy is born with a silver spoon in his mouth, work is the least thing he worries about” He paused. “If he even does have any worries”.
This guy sounded like a complete jerk to you and you haven’t even met him yet.
Jin had taken you to what looked like the more rich part of the bar. All the men wearing suits and tall glasses of expensive champagne hung from their hands. Filthy rich bastards You thought as you and Jin sat down on a round table, Jin gently nudged your leg, nodding to the left. His expression screaming ‘look over there’ with a smirk.
And so you did.
And there he was.
“Wait- what’s his name?” You furiously looked back at jin, who was just smiling.
“Jeon Jungkook” Jin said. Ah, even his name sounded like rich dirt to your ears.
He looked as fine as before, not a single wrinkle had taken over his black suit and it looked like he had switched girls - huh, what a player You thought as you rolled your eyes over this strange feeling that bubbled in your stomach. Anger mixed with a drop of jealousy.
“Looks like they’re playing pool this time” Jin said, his eyes sparkling with excitement.
“Aah Jin! My man”
Your heart was about to explode.
Jungkook was standing right next to Jin with a sly smirk, his body leaning comfortably with the support of his elbow on Jin’s shoulder. Jin chuckled.
“Hey, another game I see? Can I count on you if I bet you’ll win?”
Jungkook laughed. His laughter was loud and obnoxious, filling the whole room with it. You frowned because it muffled the song which happened to be your favorite one, damn was he loud.
Suddenly, his eyes pierced through your body and you forgot to breathe for a moment. His knife like eyes carved a hole in your heart and you shifted uncontrollably in your seat, rubbing your legs together to distract you from looking back at him - but you fell into his trap and looked.
“And who’s this”
It didn’t even sound like a question to you, it sounded more like a demand. His confidence shone brightly, and the way his eyes traveled from your eyes to your lips and further down made your heart flutter. You mentally scolded yourself for letting this jerk shake up your fragile heart, worst part is that you kind of liked how his attention was on you for the time being.
“Oh!” Jin lit up like a Christmas tree, he grinned at the way your cheeks were turning into a strawberry like shade. “This is Y/N, we recently met but I do consider us friends already”.
Jungkook raised a brow, his smirk more prominent than before. He - just like everyone else - had his hand occupied with a transparent glass of Champagne, the yellow fluid crashed from side to side as he swung his glass in a slow pace. Jungkook hummed in response.
“You seem to always befriend the most ethereal ones, Jin. No wonder they say you have a keen eyesight” He playfully nudged Jin’s shoulder, laughing.
You covered your mouth, unsure of how to reply to such a compliment. Not unsure - too embarrassed was the word. You were amazed at how easily this guy could compliment someone, let alone a complete stranger. He was probably blinded by his narcissism, jerk.
Jin shrugged. “This is Y/N’s first time here, I hope you show her what great games they display here, so she maybe can come again” Jin gained a laughter from your lips, Jin was definitely better than this jerk, he was more careful and gentle while Jungkook just cut to the chase. Painfully.
“Y/N, Y/N, Y/N” Jungkook tapped his chin each time he said your name, still smirking. “I like it” He caught your sight and winked before walking over to another table, making your heart jump up at the sudden way his eyes scanned you - as if you were the prey that his stomach growled for.
God, but he was so fucking attractive you patted yourself for not being like the other girls who would’ve thrown themselves on him a long time ago.
“Y/N! The game is about to start” Jin said and clapped his hands in excitement, his eyes were glued to the pool table and you followed his glance, your own eyes landing on the same table as your bartender friend. You tried to suppress a giggle at how Jin was shaking from being too excited - it was actually kind of cute.
“C'mon Jungkook, don’t let me down!” Jin shouted when Jungkook came out with a cue stick, he was waving to Jin but then his eyes were on you again.
Why is he looking at me? You thought, chewing on your bottom lip nervously.
Jungkook looked focused and it honestly took you in surprise. How could this player be so dedicated to something when he couldn’t even stick with one girl? You shook your head, trying to get the poisonous thoughts out of your head and maybe, just maybe you could watch this game.
You were at a loss for words, completely shocked at how this game had ended - Jungkook had won five games in a row now. You couldn’t even imagine the money he had gotten from just one game. Your attention was focused on the people behind you who were whispering about both Jungkook and TBB.
“His father is rather lucky, even though he only has two months left”
Your eyes went wide when your mind finally digested what the man behind you had just said. You barely knew Jungkook but how come your heart felt as if it got hit with a hammer just now? Was this pity? Worry?.
You looked at the ground for a moment before Jin called your name, causing you to look up.
“Jungkook said he was inviting us for a few drinks! You coming?” He smiled at you, showing off his pearly white teeth while his hand grabbed yours and without any sort of answer - he lead you to a table.
There he was again, looking so incredibly handsome that you were afraid that if you touched him you’d burn yourself.
“Ah! Jin, Y/N glad you could join me” Jungkook grinned, his tone low and raspy from all the alcohol he had poured down his throat "Sit down, sit down”.
So you both sat down and Jungkook grabbed Jin’s glass, filling it with the same champagne as before and then moved on to yours.
“Can you handle it, kitten?“
The nickname he just gave you made a shiver travel down your spine and onto your toes, you couldn’t help but curl them underneath your heels.
You mimicked his signature smirk
"Are you trying to intimidate me?"
Jungkook chuckled, pouring down the gold liquid until your whole glass was mid full, you noticed how he seemed to sneak glances at you - but honestly, you didn’t mind at all.
Jeon Jungkook was sneaking glances at you anyway.
"So” Jungkook began, leaning back on his chair, toying with his Rolex watch for awhile before your eyes met again. Something about his stare told you that you’re in danger, it was alarming. The way his eyes seemed to bore into your own created a spell in which you could not escape, no matter how much you wanted to avoid his stare, and how much you struggled; you were trapped.
“Who’s the lucky one hm?”.
You drew your eyebrows together in confusion, your mind blank for awhile before you finally prepared your reply.
“No one” You simply said, tasting the drink in your glass. “My best friend wanted me to come, so, I did”.
God. He was just sitting down and you still thought it was the hottest thing you’ve seen, what spell did he posses that made you feel like this? You were a deer and he was the beast in this game, and just like his other games - he was winning.
Jungkook rubbed his chin, letting the words that came out of your alluring lips melt in his brain which seemed to be clouded with only you. He leaned forwards, hands clasped together and elbows on the table.
Jin suddenly spoke up.
“Shit, the boss is calling for me” He said and stood up. “Enjoy yourselves” Jin flashed a weak smile before he vanished and you were left with Jungkook.
Your head - as if you had no control over your actions - spun to the direction of Jungkook’s voice from where Jin had left. You gulped when he suddenly abandoned his seat and proceeded to sit next to you, Jungkook moved too swiftly for your eyes to even register what just happened - or how it even happened.
“I seem to take quite an interest in you, you’re.. Mmh He paused to think, while doing this you found his arm wrapped around your waist and he was slowly pulling you to his body.
"You’re different my dear” Jungkook smirked, placing a strand of your hair behind your ear.
You shivered at the touch, cold yet it still had a burning flame dancing underneath his fingers, and it traveled all the way up to your neck.
“I-I am?” You gulped for the second time.
Jungkook chuckled. “Did you just stutter? Never knew bad girls could do that”.
Chewing on your bottom lip as if it was your last meal, you connected your legs together in order to conceal how nervous you were but of course - he found out rather quickly.
“Well” You straightened your back, emptying the glass. “You said I’m different, no?”
It was Jungkook’s turn to chew on his lip. He raised one eyebrows and huffed in nothing but amusement. He was pulling on your strings so you decided to pull his - was it working? God knows if.
“You’re right - you are different” Jungkook said, rubbing his hand on your exposed thigh, slowly as if to tease you. “So different that it makes me want to have you all to myself” A dark chuckle made its way from his mouth and you felt his finger ghost around your panties.
You moaned out softly when Jungkook hit your wet core, rubbing it a bit too roughly - but then you liked it at the same time. You were just scared because fuck, you and him were both drunk, what if regrets crash down the next day?.
“Princess, I really wanna get you out of that dress” Jungkook whispered, his hot breath laced with the smell of alcohol hit your neck and holy shit you wanted to get out of it too but you were drunk? Half of the time you didn’t even know what you were saying, shit could go down real fast.
“W-Wait, I’m drunk, you’re drunk. I don’t think this is a good idea, really.” You exhaled, wanting to deny how painful it was when his fingers left your panties. “Besides, you can get any girl you want here, how about that huh?”.
Jungkook was so fucking amused. You were putting on a good ass show right in front of him and it had been a long time since he felt something like this. Sure, he could get anyone he wanted but there was no one who could replace the flames in the pit of his stomach which he got from you. Jungkook wanted you and he will get you - no matter what but he had to play out your cards first, that’s just how the game goes right?.
Jungkook put his hands up in surrender, grinning. “My bad, my bad. You’re right, but then again” He brought his face so close to yours that your noses brushed together. “I wouldn’t mind fucking you drunk”.
Your face was probably burning in different shades of pink and red. You were about to say something but then you heard the familiar voice of your best friend, and you couldn’t express how happy you felt to see her face.
“Y/N I-” Your best friend, Seulbi came into view and once she saw you and Jungkook, she closed her mouth shut. Your eyes screamed 'I can explain’ but before you could do anything Seulbi grabbed your arm and yanked you out of the seat.
“Ah! Seulbi!” Jungkook lit up, clasping his hands together. “Nice to see you again! Whoa, look at you! Seems like you’re doing good without me”.
You looked at your best friend, the corners of your lips curved downwards and now it was Seulgi’s eyes that screamed 'I can explain’. You looked at her and then Jungkook, then back at her.
“You know him?!”
“I- Well, we were something before. But trust me, I’m helping you over here by getting the fuck away from this, this asshole” Seulbi angrily said, her eyes cutting through Jungkook, every word that levitated from her mouth was wrapped up with pure hatred - like a gift from hell itself.
“You never told me about him” You said sternly, letting your arms limp by your sides. You weren’t exactly mad at her, but there was something inside of you that made your stomach churn in displeasure.
“Y/N, let’s go, he probably tried something on you didn’t he? God, here I’ll-"
"Let go, Seulbi"
Seulbi’s eyes widened. She’d seen you angry plenty of times before but this was something else - something more than just being angry. She could almost see the heat from your head in front of her eyes and it made her feel heartbroken, you two had been best friends for so long. Seulbi didn’t want this to end.
Not like this.
"Y/N, seriously? Don’t trust this guy, and I’m saying this from experience” Seulbi said, her voice soft and gentle yet still had something in it that made you scoff. “Get away from him"
"Seulbi, honey, dear. Can’t you see what you’ve done? Can’t believe you kept me a secret from your best friend” Jungkook said mockingly, hands behind his back while he strolled in circles around you two.
Jungkook mingled around you for a moment, leaning in to whisper into your ear.
“What kind of best friend does this huh?"
You knew that he was just talking bullshit to get you on his side. But then again, you still couldn’t believe that she lied about Jungkook.
Couldn’t believe that she slept with one of the richest men just to have everything her finger landed on. It tore you apart. That explains why she never lends her clothes to you, because if Seulbi did - then her sugar daddy that is standing right beside you wouldn’t be her sugar daddy anymore.
"Now I know. Now I know why you didn’t let me borrow your clothes, because your contract with 'JK daddy’ would get terminated” You snapped at Seulbi, making her step back. “Right?!”.
You never yelled at Seulbi. Not even when she did something wrong, or when she broke something, but this. This was another story. A story that almost made you burst into tears because of how ridiculous it was.
“My, my. I would certainly not call this a friendship, Seulbi, dear, how could you?” Jungkook cooed softly, his words felt like cotton in your ears and it made your heart jump.
“Y/N, come with me”
You didn’t know what happened - or how it happened. But Jungkook was dragging you around the bar until the fresh air of the outside world hit you. And it was then that you finally exploded into small, transparent drops. Your tears rolled down your cheeks and this made Jungkook’s heart ache for the first time in awhile. He had never seen someone look so miserable but at the same time so captivating while they cried.
Jungkook felt himself almost crying seeing you like this. Your cheeks puffy and sore, eyes slowly melting into a deep scarlet. The way your lips quivered with grief made him want to kiss the pain away but he stopped himself, noting what you said before about the two of you being drunk. But Jungkook couldn’t just let you stand there, couldn’t let you get drenched in the rain that started to pour down as if someone was pouring down water from a bucket.
“Here, let me” Jungkook cleared his throat before shrugging off his jacket, wrapping it around your bare shoulders so you wouldn’t get cold. Jungkook grabbed his cellphone from the pocket and pressed a contact, bringing the phone close to his ear.
“Jimin, its urgent - you know what to do” He simply said before putting the electric device back where he took it from.
You didn’t know what to feel, or how to feel. The only person who you thought could be there for you had been deceiving you and hurting you in secret. As if playing hide and seek but now you found the truth and you ended her game, and you were positive that another round wouldn’t come sooner.
“Forget her, yeah? You have to erase people like that from your life” Jungkook said, looking up at the dark sky. His hair was damp and it shone in the moonlight, emphasizing on his sharp and handsome features. This man was without a doubt God’s creation. He was elegant, and the white shirt that was getting wet in the rain gave you a sneak peak of how he’d look shirtless. Fuck, he looks so good like this.
In less than a few minutes later the sound of a car pulling over was heard and Jungkook grabbed your hand, opening the door for you and you sat down. Sighing while removing the jet black jacket from your shoulders, you folded it neatly - considering how expensive it looked.
“And who’s the princess this night"
You heard a soft voice ask, looking up you were met with a pair of eyes that were harsh yet the little fat under them represented youth. The driver - who you assumed was Jimin - viewed you from the mirror and he looked quite attractive even though you only saw eyes and a glimpse of carrot colored strands.
"No time for foolish games Jimin, the princess got her heart shattered into pieces” Jungkook uttered coldly. You guessed these two were great friends after you observed how Jimin’s eyes disappeared into small crescents, a chuckle escaping his rather plump lips. “Yes sir"
"W-Where are we going?” You weakly asked, surprised at how your voice was able to still give a sound after crying.
Y/N was not a partier. It wasn’t that she was shy or didn’t like them. It was just that she was introverted and partying took a lot out of her (Also, she couldn’t hang like she used to. By 10pm, when most parties were kicking off, she was ready to drag herself into bed). However, when Harry Styles says he wants to see you at a party, you go to that party.
She’d been iffy after she met him at Starbucks about actually getting tickets to the show. Still, a few hours later, she found herself at Will Call, chewing nervously on her bottom lip in hopes that he was serious about what he said previously. And, he was. Relief flooded her as she was slid two tickets along with a piece of paper that held an address on it. She presumed it to be the location of the after party and slid it into her back pocket.
Her nerves were bouncing all over the place as she stood in line to enter the venue. Her feelings were put to the side, however, as she saw a girl get turned away at the door and her friend stood staring wide eyed with her jaw dropped. She instantly was moved to action. As she neared the front of the line, she could hear the girl who’s ticket was apparently fake, breathing through tears, telling her friend to go in without her, forcing a smile. “Wait!” she called out to them, not that either one of them were going anywhere. They were stood off to the side. “I just saw what happened, and I have two tickets. You could just trade me the one for these two.” She held the tickets out for them, as they eyeballed them.
“These are third row tickets. Mine isn’t even on the floor."
She shrugged, nonchalantly. "I’m just happy to be here.” And, she was considering three hours ago she didn’t even have tickets or an invitation to an after party extended by Mr. Harry Styles himself. After meeting him today, this was the least she could do.
“How do we know these are real?” The same girl asked, still eyeing the tickets suspiciously.
Seeing as they were still holding up the line, Y/N scurried over to the ticket checker, so she could scan the tickets. They checked out. The two girls quickly scrambled to her side, swapped tickets, and made their way inside the venue. Once in, they hugged each other tightly, crying (what she hoped to be) tears of joy, at the sudden turn of events before they turned to her and included her in the action, letting their appreciation known through muffled sobs. “How much do you want for it?” the girl who had the fake ticket asked once she got herself together.
She shook her head, giving them a small smile. “I don’t want your money.”
“Seriously? I can’t just let you do this. These must’ve cost a fortune.”
She didn’t want to reveal that she’d got them for little more than a cup of coffee, so she just shook her head politely once more. “Honestly. I’m fine. You two just have a good time.”
“I could get you a t shirt or a hat or one of those pins or–”
She cut the girl off since she was so insistent upon repaying her in some way—which seemed to be a common theme for her today. “Water! And some popcorn, if you must.”
The girls beamed at her as they made their way to the concession stand. They did not stop talking the entire time, not that she minded. They thanked her endlessly and chatted a bit about Harry, but finally parted ways with her, giving one final hug, when they noticed the time and the length of the merch line, and she went to go find her new seat.
In hindsight, she was glad she wasn’t sitting in the third row. After she played it relatively cool that afternoon it would’ve been moderately embarrassing for him to see the way she sobbed as soon as his silhouette appeared straight through Ever Since New York, only regaining slight composure once the bridge hit. But, really, she was a mess throughout the entire concert. So, not only did she do those girls a favour but also herself and possibly Harry.
The kind, older lady sat in front of her, whom she’d made friends with, let her borrow her binoculars a few times throughout the show and it wasn’t lost on her the slight look of confusion (or perhaps disappointment, but that was wishful thinking) she saw on his face when he really looked into the first couple rows of the crowd.
Her presence, or seemingly lack there of, had absolutely no impact on his performance, though. It was arguably the best concert she’d ever been to. She felt so at home with all the Harries screaming their heads off and just going completely nuts, as per Harry’s request, during the show.
However, the same could not be said for the after party. She was a fan. She didn’t have any connections or friends or any real reason to be there other than the haphazard invitation Harry extended to her earlier in the day. That thought carried her straight to the open bar, where she ordered a Long Island iced tea, then caused her to beeline for one of the outer walls. She meandered around the outside of the party watching everyone mingle, only offering a few smiles to those who passed.
It seemed as though her presence was going to go unnoticed, not that she was doing much of a job at being approachable, as she contemplated on getting another drink, having sipped hers down over the hour she’d been at the lounge, or leaving altogether. She jumped when she felt a firm grasp on her elbow, breaking her line of thought.
She hadn’t planned on doing a lot of things that day, but it’s safe to say that getting kidnapped topped that list. Her mind was eased as she turned around to see Harry gripping her, no longer donned in his Gucci suit but looking good nonetheless. She wasn’t quite sure what to say to him so she just grinned at him, subtly looking between his face and her arm before he got the hint and let her go.
He coughed lightly. “You could’ve told me you didn’t like my music, ya know?”
She furrowed her eyebrows, not quite sure where he got that notion from. He answered the question she hadn’t even gotten the chance to ask yet, almost immediately after seeing her expression. “You weren’t in the crowd. I literally scanned all the front rows.”
“Ohhhh. No, I went. I didn’t sit there, though.”
“If you had tickets, you should’ve just told me.”
Her face contorted into something that was halfway between confusion and amusement. “Why are you assuming I lied to you earlier? I was waiting in line after picking my tickets up and I saw these two girls. One, apparently, had purchased a fake ticket and instead of holding onto those two tickets, I swapped with the one girl who had a legitimate ticket and just gave them the ones you got me.”
His mouth opened and closed a few times. “Sorry I–”
“Was just wondering how to get your exceptionally large foot out of your even larger mouth?” she finished, rolling her eyes, teetering between the lines of annoyed and amused.
“That was really lovely,” he settled upon as a response.
She shrugged. “Treat people with kindness, right?”
Dimples coined into his cheeks. “Absolutely. Now… can I buy you a drink?”
“It’s an open bar.”
He looked at her like she was crazy, eyebrows shot up with his lips twisted together. “No, it’s not.”
“Oh. Well, you can pay for the Long Island iced tea I already accidentally stole and just get me a glass of water.”
“You sure?” he chuckled.
He headed to the bar as she turned around bowing raspberries into the air in an attempt to calm herself down.
All too soon, Harry was back, handing her her water, then slipping his hand into hers, leading her to a booth. Instead of sliding in across from her, he slid in directly next to her which sent her nerves in a frenzy. “Figured I’d sit over here, so I can hear you better. It’s quite loud in here.”
She chucked nervously, nodding in understanding, sipping on her water as he gulped down some of his drink. She couldn’t hold it in anymore. She had to ask. “What am I doing here?” she blurted before he could get a word out.
He puckered his lips to the side, furrowing his eyebrows. “I’m not quite sure what you mean…”
She splayed her hands out in front of them, releasing broken groans. “Like, bro, I just– I just bought you…. coffee! Now I’m sat in a booth with you at an after party. I’m not even, like–” she waved her hands in circles wildly.
He giggled, looking down at the table and shaking his head. “I just want to get to know you.”
“But, why?” She just couldn’t wrap her head around it. She wasn’t anything special. She wasn’t exceptionally beautiful or talented or smart. And, she knew, even past all her nerves, that Harry was just a normal guy as well, but why on earth would he spare her more than a passing glance?
“I just think you’re lovely.”
She glared at him. She needed more of an explanation than that.
“The guy at Starbucks told me you didn’t want him to tell me that you paid for my coffee. And, then you told me yourself that you didn’t expect anything out of it.. And, you gave up your tickets for one in the back. And, I saw you when you first came in, and in the least creepy way possible, I just sort of watched you bounce around smiling, bopping around to the music, chatting with a few people. Also, you haven’t even asked for a picture. Not that I mind when people ask me, but I don’t know, it just, I don’t know,you don’t want anything. It’s, uh– You’re lovely.”
She was stunned. Partly because of what was said and partly because of who said it. She just stared at him, not knowing how to reply.
“Well, say something.” He laughed, eyes skipping around the room. He wasn’t quite prepared to look straight at her. “Christ, talking to girls is just as terrifying as always.”
Her face lit up and broke into a wide grin. “You’re talking to me?”
“You’re the only other person in the booth, aren’t you?”
She shook her head. “No, like, you’re talking to me. You’re chatting me up? Are you putting the moves on me, Styles? Is this what this is?”
He bumped her shoulder with his. “Piss off.”
They smiled at each other and all the possibilities.. Hers faltered after a few moments. “You’re on tour.”
“I am,” he confirmed.
She clasped her hand on top of his. “Harry, in a few days, I won’t even be a passing thought. Maybe the next time you go into Starbucks I’ll be that one chick that bought you something, but nothing more."
His face dropped into a pout. "You’re not even going to give me a chance?”
She quirked her lip upwards and shrugged slightly. “I couldn’t ask for that kind of commitment from you.”
“Baby, I just want to get to know you,” he said in a voice all slow and thick and deep.
She wasn’t sure at which point they shifted that much closer together, but he was resting his forehead against hers leaving her breathless. Naturally, she sputtered out a few strings of laughter. “One thing you should know about me is that I’m uncomfortable in most social situations."
"Duly noted,” he stated, rolling his eyes because she completely ruined the mood he set, head following suit and backing up a few inches.
“So… just friends?”
He scratched the back of his neck. “Sure."He gulped down the remainder of his drink while she sipped on her water. Neither of them were 100% satisfied with the arrangement, but someone had to be rational. She kept telling herself that she was doing the right thing. "Actually, can I kiss you?”
For the second time that night, she was rendered completely speechless. Y/N had been exercising extreme self-control up to that point. She didn’t have an anxiety attack when she met him the first time. She gave up amazing seats to see him (¼ of the biggest band in the world!). She turned him down when he came onto her. But, she couldn’t find it in herself to reject the chance to feel those lips on hers.. Like she imagined meeting him, she imagined kissing him a million times, but nothing compared to the fluffy, pillowy sensation that washed over her body when she nodded meekly at his request, sliding her hands up to grasp his face.
It wasn’t like a full blown snog. It was short and sweet, but that knowledge didn’t do anything to quell the butterflies that took flight in her stomach. She kept her eyes closed and hands on his face for a good five seconds after the kiss ended, simply basking in it. “Maybe we can be a little more than friends.”
“Yeah?” he questioned, optimism laced in his every word, before pushing his lips back to hers for a few more seconds.
“Yeah, but, maybe later. When you’re not so busy. After tour ends, if you even remember me.”
“I have a feeling you’ll be one of the few people I can’t forget.” His face set into that signature lopsided smirk.
Summary: After breaking up with your fiance, you’re forced to move in with your twin brother, Bucky, and his best friend and roommate, Steve. Living with your brother is one thing. Living with the man you’ve harbored a crush on for the majority of your life is another. What could possibly go wrong?
Characters: Steve Rogers, Female Reader (Y/N Barnes), James “Bucky” Barnes, Brock Rumlow (mentioned), Natasha “Nat” Romanoff, Wanda Maximoff, Sam Wilson, Clint Barnes, Dot
Word Count: 2499
Warnings: angst, mentions of cheating, some kissing, a bit of sexual frustration
Author’s Notes: This is my first Marvel series and AU. I write Supernatural on @deansdirtylittlesecretsblog. I drew inspiration from the television show “Three’s Company,” the movie “What’s Your Number?” and a bunch of other things. Thank you to the amazing @mamapeterson and @climbthatmooselikeatree for helping me - beta work, bouncing ideas off of them, and overall encouraging me.
***My work is not to be posted on any other sites without my express written permission.***
Restaurant Dates Are The Worst (Tom Hiddleston x Reader)
A/N: This is an adaptation of the Sebastian Stan version of RDATW (a very faithful adaptation, almost word for word except it’s written in third person and ot second). It’s for a dear friend of mine (me heartie @bathshebaa who has the hots for Tom Hiddleston *wink* *wink*)
around her, scrutinizing the surroundings, letting her eyes wander on
the walls, the chandeliers, the dark-red faux velvet chairs next to
the bar section of the restaurant – she looked anywhere but at the
man sitting across from her, ungracefully shoving his spaghetti into
his mouth all the while twaddling.
It’s always morning after poems
Kids doing coke on bathroom counters.
It’s always cigarette smoke in my hair
Foreheads pressed to fogging car windows.
It’s always glazed and empty eyes
Have another drink
maybe just get high.
Guyssss I am super excited (and very much nervous) to share this with you all!! I know I haven’t posted anything in a very long time and I am sorry for that, witer’s block hit me heavy last month due to finals… This will most likely be in multiple parts as there is a lot on my mind about this whole thing lol. Also this is a prince!Harry AU and I am not going to pretend I know everything about the royal government, so if I get things wrong I do apologize!! I hope you all enjoy pals (: -M xx.
The offer happened the third time you encountered him.
Ironically, the first encounter was something you wish you avoided. At the time, you were only introduced to half of the royal family you were working for (which of course, made sense; as a family as important as them, most of them don’t have time to waste meeting new employees). Being able to call yourself an assistant to the royal family was an accomplishment to you, so all you wanted to do was make a great impression.
However, when you held a regrettable amount of coffee in a paper cup that was just a little too hot; and with your nerves jittering at your fingertips and toes, all hope of making a good impression was lost as you unintentionally tripped over your own feet–resulting with your face almost hitting the marble floor and the coffee staining a very expensive shirt.
There was quietness once you hit the floor, as when you looked up to see that your coffee spilt on in fact, the prince, which soon made you go into a silent panic. He shook his arms as the liquid began to turn his skin red from its temperature; his eyebrows crinkled as if he was trying to figure out what just happened before his green eyes traveled to your frozen face.
How they met: Ivan Rakitic & Raquel Mauri [3/10]I have a story for Hollywood. It’s a romantic comedy. But it’s actually real. It starts with a Croatian guy walking into a bar …
It was 2011. I was 21 years old. I arrived in Spain really late — maybe 10 o’clock at night. I had been playing for Schalke in Germany for the past four years, and Seville were all set to sign me the next morning. All I had to do was take my medical test and sign the papers. My older brother Dejan was traveling with me, and when we got to the hotel, we had a late dinner with some people from the club. For whatever reason, I was a little bit nervous after dinner, and I knew I wouldn’t be able to sleep. So I said to my brother, “Let’s have a drink and then we’ll go to bed.”
Those words changed my life.
Because the woman who happened to be working at the hotel bar was … Wow. This is the part of the movie where everything goes into slow motion, you know? She was so beautiful. I said to myself, O.K., Seville. Wow. I like this place.But I couldn’t say anything to her other than “Hola,” because I didn’t know any Spanish. I spoke German, English, Italian, French and Serbo-Croatian, but no Spanish. It was terrible.
So my brother and I were just sitting there, having a chat, when someone from another big European club called my brother on the phone. They said that they had heard that we had arrived in Seville, and they wanted to send a plane to come pick us up so I could go and sign with them instead.
We didn’t have a formal agreement with Seville yet. It was a big step for me to move to Spain, and maybe a big risk. New country, new language. I didn’t know anyone there. The team who wanted to send the plane for me — let’s just say it might have been an easier adjustment. So my brother said, “What do you want to do?” I told him, “Well … I said ‘Yes’ to the president of Seville already, and my words are worth more than a signature.” He said, “Alright, I’ll tell them.”
Then I pointed across the bar and I said, “You see our waitress? I am going to play here for Seville, and I am going to marry this woman.” My brother was laughing. He said, “O.K., whatever you say.” He thought I was joking. The waitress came back and asked if we were finished, and I said to my brother, “You know, I’m still a bit nervous. I don’t think I can sleep. Let’s have another drink.”
The next day, I signed my contract with Seville, and I lived in that hotel for three months while I searched for a house. So every single morning, I went to the hotel bar for a coffee and an orange Fanta so that I could see the beautiful waitress. All I knew was that her name was Raquel. She didn’t speak any English, and I didn’t speak any Spanish. So every single day … “Buenos días, Raquel. Un café y un Fanta naranja.”
I don’t know how to explain it. Sometimes, you meet someone and you just have a different feeling. Whenever I saw her, it was like a bomb went off inside me. Week after week, I slowly started to learn some Spanish words, and if I was struggling, I would use my hands a lot to try to explain what I was trying to say to her. She thought that was funny. She was like, “Me … Jane. You … Tarzan.” I was drinking so much coffee it was ridiculous. I probably asked her out 20 or 30 times.
She never said no, but she always made an excuse that she had to work and then go to bed. After three months, I moved into my house, and I remember feeling really sad, because I thought maybe it was over. But I didn’t give up. I would still drive into town and go for a coffee at the hotel all the time.
If she wasn’t working, I’d walk straight back out the door and go to another place. If she was there, it made my day.
One day, Raquel finally explained why she wouldn’t go out with me. She said, “You’re a footballer. You could be moving to another country next year. Sorry, but no.” You know, I’m not the biggest guy in the world, so I thought, Shit, maybe she sees me and she doesn’t think I’m going to be very good and Seville will sell me in the summer.
Part of my motivation when I went to training was to establish myself in the squad so that I would be around for awhile and this girl would finally have dinner with me. It literally took me seven months. I arrived on January 27. On August 20, I got a text: She’s in the bar with her sister having a drink! Not working! See, at this point, pretty much everybody in the town knew my story, so someone was in the bar and they tipped me off with a text. I refuse to name my source. I called a friend and we drove right to the hotel, and I took a seat right next to Raquel, and I said, “O.K., you’re not working. You finally have time to come to dinner with me.”
She was surprised. She said she didn’t know, maybe …I said, “No. I’m not leaving. I know you’re with your sister and everything, but we have to start today. Let’s go. We’ll all go.” So we all went out together.
The next day, we met for lunch, and we have been together ever since. Six years together, with two beautiful daughters now. And it was the hardest thing I’ve done in my life. It was harder than winning the Champions League, and it took nearly as long.- Ivan Rakitic in The Players’ Tribune
With under a week left before classes started, Evelyn was doing everything she could to celebrate the last couple of days of summer. Giving the bar a visit had been a joke that one of her friends came up with, not actually expecting her to take them up on the offer. She sat through dinner with a few of them, then decided visiting the bar would be more worth her while than going back home.
“Bloody hell, it’s been a while since I was last here,” She laughed, then turned toward the person on her right. “What would you suggest?”
pairing: reader x tom holland / reader x harrison osterfield (triangle)
warnings: pg, some sexual undertones
words: 3700+ im sorry its so long
summary: being harrison’s best girl (friend) (?) has some perks, one of them being you get to spend a lot of time with Tom and you really want nothing more than to confess your attraction for Tom but something always gets in the way, most times that something ends up being his own best friend
a/n : this is a chaptered fic, part 3 to come soon
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Hours passed by and before you knew it, the sun was setting over the tall wooden fence that separated Tom’s house from his neighbors. From where you sat, it was blinding you in your left eye, but if you kept your head turned at a certain angle you were fine.
The sun hit Tom more than anyone. He sat with it directly in his line of sight. And because of the warm rays, his skin was positively glowing. Everything about him was radiating. You were thankful he was in the middle of talking because it gave you an excuse to stare at him without seeming creepy.
Tom talked with his hands a lot which became a problem for you because you were torn between watching his lips and watching his motions. On one hand, watching his lips allowed your mind to wander. You thought about what his mouth would do if you were alone with him. How he would tease you by bringing his face close to yours, so close you could feel his hot breath hit your skin. His lips would brush against yours, but would never make contact and if you went to kiss him he’d pull back, attacking your neck instead. He would leave a wet trail until he found that certain spot below your ear that would cause you to willingly melt in his hands. And even after involuntary moans escaped through your mouth, he would still be persistent on playing with you, lightly nipping on-
Fandom: Marvel Ship: Peter Parker x Reader Requested: Yes, from this prompt list (”fight me, you attractive stranger”) Genre: Neutral Warnings: Mentions of Drinking, Mentions of Being Attracted™ to Someone A/N: In this imagine, Peter and the reader are both legal
“You know, if you keep making me do this, I’m gonna get decked in the face one day.”
“Yeah, maybe, but at least it’ll be funny!”
You looked at your best friend with fake offense, slapping her in the arm as she mentioned the quote she would always dare you to say to a stranger whenever the two of you went out together.
“Yeah, and maybe then I’ll deck you in the face,” you muttered, looking around the room to see who she would pair you up with. There weren’t many people here to begin with, let alone someone you’d actually want to go up and talk to, but she pointed her finger towards the direction of the bar.
“That one,” she said, still pointing. You followed her finger but didn’t know who exactly she was pointing at.
“Plaid shirt, brown hair. Next to the dude in the red shirt,” she said, and you groaned. You couldn’t even see his face, with his back turned to you as he was leaning against his elbows on the bar. You had no idea what to expect, and you didn’t want to embarrass yourself in front of a hypothetically very attractive person.
“I hate you,” you said, turning to look at your best friend. She smirked, smug, and motioned for you to walk up to him.
“Go on,” she said teasingly, and you slapped her in the arm again.
“Can I at least have another drink first?” You begged, beginning to regret ever coming out with her. You don’t know why you bothered. She did this every time—every, single, time.
“Nope,” she said, a smug look still on her face. Her smirk turned into a full-blown smile as she grabbed your arm, pushing you towards the direction of the bar. “Go on!”
“I hate you,” you grumbled to her, slowly walking over to the plaid shirt-wearing man. You breathed in and out deeply, preparing yourself for the embarrassment that was to come. You made your way to behind him, and his friend in the red shirt saw you first. The two of you locked eyes, and you saw his widen.
“Peter-” he began to say, looking back at his friend, but you tapped the boy in the plaid shirt on the shoulder before he could finish. He turned around, and you lost all the words you had been planning to say.
He might’ve been the most beautiful man you had ever seen. His hair was slightly wavy, falling onto the sides of his forehead. His plaid shit was buttoned all the way up except for the top button, giving you a view of his collarbones. His jaw line looked as if it could cut glass, and his eyes- well, they were staring at you just as widely as yours were staring at him.
“Um, I, uh,” you stuttered, overwhelmed by the sight of him. But you needed to get this over with, before you could let the embarrassment sink in. “Please just play along,” you said quietly, looking down at the floor quickly before looking back up at him with a determined face. He was still staring at you, shocked.
You took one step back before raising your fists into a fighting stance. “Fight me, you attractive stranger,” you said, begging for your cheeks to not turn red.
He looked at you for a few long, silent seconds before letting out a small burst out laughter. You bit your lip, waiting for him to say something back so you could run away. He composed himself, feigning a serious expression before getting into the same position you were in, fists raised and leaning forward to bring his face closer to yours.
His friend in the red shirt watched on with his eyes still wide.
“Only if you throw the first punch, very beautiful stranger,” he replied, smirking and winking. You began to laugh, dropping your head to look at the ground again before you stood up in a regular position. He followed and did the same.
You stuck your hand out for him to shake, and when he took it in his, your smile grew bigger. “I’m (Y/N),” you said, and he shook your hand firmly before letting it go.
Your hand fell back to your side, as did his, as he said, “Peter. It’s very nice to meet you.” He smiled brightly at you, and you were nearly blinded by the beauty. You knew you must have been exaggerating, but right now, in this exact moment, you had never seen anyone more attractive than him.
You almost wanted to truly fight him, just in spite of his attractiveness.
“You too,” you said, looking him up and down once more. You knew he noticed, and you saw him do the same. You looked to the side for a moment to see his friend had since left, but you quickly looked back at him- at Peter.
“So what was with that whole thing? Why do you want to fight me?” His smile stayed on his face, and the way he tilted his head slightly to the side as he looked at you made your heart beat faster in your chest.
“Why don’t you order me a drink while I go tell my friend over there I’ll be talking to you for the rest of the night, and I’ll tell you all about it,” your smile slipped into a smirk as you watched his eyebrows climb up his forehead. He was clearly surprised at your forwardness, and you liked that you caught him off-guard.
“Sure thing,” he said, and you continued to smirk at him as you turned around to walk towards your friend. When you arrived back at your table, she looked at you with wide eyes and her jaw dropped.
“Dude, what the hell!” She yelled, slapping your shoulder. “How did you manage that!”
You laughed, grabbing your purse from the table. “What can I say, I’m a catch,” you said, moving to walk away again. “Don’t wait up for me,” you smiled slyly, and she laughed in shock.
As you made your way back to where Peter was leaning against the bar, looking at you with a smile on his face, you reminded yourself to thank your friend when you saw her next.
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Pairing is Pharah/Mercy, set in some ambiguous modern AU.
“Don’t look now, love,” Lena said, nodding over to the doorway. “But I think the vampire’s emerged from her cave.”
Confused, Fareeha followed Lena’s gaze to see their roommate hovering near the entrance of the Palazzo. Amélie was the last person she expected to see at the bar, even if it was Pride weekend. She looked just a little uncomfortable, scanning the room with her arms tightly crossed.
Leaning as far back in her stool as she could go without falling off, Fareeha yelled across the bar for her roommate’s attention. “Hey! Amélie! Over here!” She had her experience dealing with more than a few rowdy crowds, and Fareeha developed an earbreaking whistle just for the occasion. It pierced right through all the noise.
Amélie twitched at the familiar call. Rolling her eyes before she even spotted the pair, Amélie set her shoulders straight and searched until they met eyes. Fareeha grinned, lifting up her beer in a salute.
Reluctantly, like a cat slinking into view, Amélie wove through the crowd to join them.
"Whatcha doin’ here?” Lena wanted to know. “I thought you said you were going to stay in tonight, neighbor.”
EXO REACTION: Their Reaction To You Teasing Them In Public ~Naughty November~
Exo reaction to you teasing them in public~
Baekhyun doesn’t like to be teased, he absolutely hates it. When you tease him he feels like you’ve gotten away with something and the first instinct on his mind was to get you back, make you regret your teasing and wish the both of you were in bed, fucking from the very moment he touched you.
Baekhyun sat in his seat, his legs crossed hands folded holding his knee, left foot tapping against the floor. Jongdae watched him with cautious eyes, wanting to ask what was wrong but knowing better, Baekhyun’s tongue poked against the corner of his mouth. He was pissed, Jongdae didn’t know why of course but Baekhyun was pissed and he made a note to steer clear of his older friend for the rest of tonight…well at least until he resolved whatever was bothering him.
The reason Baekhyun was pissed was that you had teased him all the way here in the back of the van, not with your hands or anything…no that would have been less torturing than you fixing your hair, fixing your tits, looking over at him, winking at him, running your tongue over your teeth and popping your lips at him. You pretended not to notice what you were doing to him but Baekhyun was a sensitive boy, a strong breeze could turn him on.
Baekhyun watched you with cautious eyes as Jongdae had done with him, you were on the dancefloor, drink in your hand, you weren’t dancing with anyone, just moving along to the music, your free hand running over your body. He was thinking of a way to get back at you, a way to dip his toes into the water without splashing anyone else. He quickly glanced over toward Jongdae and Sehun as they talked about whatever they were talking about-he honestly didn’t care, giving them a quick smile he stood up from his seat and walked toward you. He plucked your drink from your fingers and threw it back, setting it on the tray of a waiter as they walked by. “Hi.” He smiles, wrapping his arms around your waist, gingerly. You kink a brow at him,
“Hi.” You smile back, but he doesn’t say anything else, instead, he turns you in his arms, pulling you into his hard-on. “Ooh, are you still hard from the incident in the van?” Baekhyun chuckles, moving your hair from one side of your neck to the other.
“Damn right I’m still hard, do you have any clue what you do to me?” He presses himself against you harder, his hands moving to grope your tits through your dress, giving them a rough squeeze. He doesn’t linger on them, moving his hands back down your body.
“Baekhyun?” He doesn’t respond one of his hands traveling up the front of your dress and you think the heavens the dance floor was dark. “Baekhyun…we can’t do this…” He smirks against the skin of your neck, his fingerpads pressing against your clit through your underwear.
“It doesn’t feel too nice to be on the receiving end of teasing, does it?” You shake your head no, mewling at the feeling of him pressing against your clit harder.
“C-can we leave? Can we just leave?” Baekhyun chuckles and pulls away from you, spinning you around so your chest is pressed against his chest once again.
“We just got here!” He picks up a drink from the tray of a waiter that was walking by and hands it to you. “Here, have another drink!” He smiles and you take it from him, watching him spin around on his heel and walk away. Jongdae and Sehun watch him all the way to his seat,
“A-are you feeling better, hyung?” Jongdae asks, sparing a glance toward Sehun who just shrugged taking another sip of his drink.
“Yeah…” Baekhyun sighs, “Much better.”
To tease someone in public didn’t necessarily mean you had to be with them. When Jongdae had to go to early rehearsal and left with a quick kiss on your forehead and a note apologizing you were left to fend for yourself in the mornings. You hated to keep all the good parts to yourself, thus resulting in the multiple nudes you would send to Jongdae.
The first one would be in front of your full body mirror, in his t-shirt. You would let the shirt move up your thighs a little, running your tongue over your teeth, one eye closed you snap the picture. You caption it ‘Missing you already…really wish you didn’t have to leave so early in the morning…“ It’d take a good thirty minutes before you received a response. It was a picture of him and he was pouting. 'I miss you too and I really wish you didn’t send pictures like this while I’m at rehearsal!”
Boy if he thought that one was bad, the next snap you sent him, the shirt was off and you sat on your knees, hand between your thighs, chest pushed up for the camera’s view. 'Jongdae! Any way you could come home soon?’ When Jongdae opened the snap his eyes almost popped out of his head, he quickly looked around to make sure no one saw his phone and took a quick picture of his growing bulge in his practice sweats. 'Y/N, please, I can’t dance with a hard-on.“
You scoff and prop your legs over, revealing your cunt, you lean back on your palm and snap the picture, tilting your head to the side. 'I’m sorry Jongdae…I do miss you though.” You send it and it’s almost immediately opened, and no later than ten minutes later you receive a video snap from Jongdae, it shows that he’s in the restroom and his hand is moving along his cock. 'You are so in for it when I get home…this is so embarrassing that I have to jerk off in the bathroom.’ You exit out of the video and press the phone icon, clicking his contact.
“Hi, Jongdae!” You giggle into the phone, standing up from the floor to walk back to your bed. “I see that you miss me as much as I miss you…” You hear him grunt through the phone and lay down on the bed,
“Do you have five minutes to spare?”
I don’t care what anyone says, this gigantic baby with the deep ass voice that sends shivers down your spine completely freezes and freaks out when you start with your teasing.
You’d be taking a risk for the both of you the first time you decide to tease him in public. It’d start out with simply fixing his tie, you wouldn’t be able to kiss him in public, so you’d just smooth out his suit, patting his cheek before turning around to continue on with taking the pictures on the carpet. Chanyeol would place his hand on the small of your back, guiding you into the building. “I’m never going to get used to that.” You giggle as the ushers lead you and Chanyeol to the table Exo was sat at for the awards show. You took your seat next to Chanyeol and the both of you focused on the stage. The introductions of these awards shows were so long, you had begun to grow bored, you place your hand on Chanyeol’s thigh, quickly glancing over at him-both of you quickly smiling. You focus back on the stage and start to move your hand up and down his thigh, going further up each time. Chanyeol’s brows furrowed and he leaned forward, pressing his lips against your ear.
“Jagi, what are you doing?” You look back at him and lean back in your seat, your shoulder pressed against his. “Jagi?” He asks again but you don’t respond, your lips pulling into a smirk, your hand cupping his growing bulge. His eyes widen and the camera comes up to the table, you wave at them with your hand not under the table, blowing the camera a kiss. Chanyeol nervously smiles at the camera, awkwardly waving before the crew moves down to the rest of the group.
“That was close.” You chuckle, laying your head on Chanyeol’s shoulder, massaging his bulge now. “How’s that feel Chanyeol? Is it easing any of your nerves?” Chanyeol hangs his head in his hands, his lips pressed into a tight line. “Chanyeol, baby, how’s it feel?” You lean over to whisper in his ear, smiling when you hear him whimper.
“Our first group on stage is Exo with their live performance of The Eve.” Chanyeol shoots up, his head snapping toward you. You remove your hand from his now very obvious bulge and slide out of the booth, letting him and Sehun, Minseok, and Junmyeon out of their booth. Chanyeol narrows his eyes at you and slides out of the booth quickly hurrying backstage.
“What’s wrong with him?” Minseok asks on the way out. You smile with a simple shrug,
“He might have a boner when he goes on stage…oops!”
Imagine: You are hopelessly in love with your friend Stefan Salvatore, which could be a good thing, if he was not still in love with his last girlfriend, Elena Gilbert. Well, that is how you see things. But remember: not everything is what it seems.
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stared at your phone once more, realising he was not going to text
you. Or even call you. If you stopped even a second to analyse the
situation, it was rather stupid to keep waiting for that to happen.
Nevertheless, Stefan Salvatore was a taken man. Well, not literally,
because he and Elena broke up almost six months ago. Yet, he still
seemed off about it, which made your heart break in ways you did not
conceive as possible.
damn it! Why did you
have to make me like you, anyway?” You huffed, standing up and
leaving the living room.
feelings began to surface after you and him went on a mission
together to find a witch who could help with the whole Originals
deal. Stefan was so sweet and caring back there. Of course, he never
actually showed you he was interested in more than a friendship.
Also, it felt deeply wrong to like your best friend’s boyfriend.
However, you could not help it. Suddenly, the younger Salvatore was
all you could see. When they broke up… It sort of enlightened your
day, even though it was a completely messed up thing to think.
turned the TV on and tried to focus your mind on the funny sitcom. It
did not work. The only thing buzzing in your head was him. And his
gorgeous smile and sweet green eyes. How he would call you up just to
talk and maybe have a drink. The way you two connected… It was kind
of rare. Only Stefan was not able to see it. Stuck in the memories of
his epic love with Elena. It frustrated you the fact they were meant
to be. It was not fair!
soft groan escaped your lips and, finally, you decided to go out.
Clear your head and, if the odds were on your favour, find a
distraction. Within ten minutes you were parking outside the Mystic
Grill, ready to eat and drink something. The vodka cranberry taste
sprinkling on your thoughts.
Matty!” You waved at the blond, watching a smile appear.
what are you doing here, Y/N?”
I think this is a bar, so… I’m pretty sure I came here to drink.”
Your voice was sarcastic and he noticed, shaking his own head. “Can
you get me my favourite?”
but don’t think this is over, miss Y/L/N.”
Donovan was your best friend since both of you were ten. Still, apart
from that, you could not find the strength to come clean about how
you felt to him. Once he heard you had gotten yourself in love with
Stefan, he would flip out. Mainly because you kept this a secret for
too long and, boy, the blond hated secrets.
Matt.” You winked, sipping on your drink.
hate to see you like that, Y/N! Pretending like there’s nothing
wrong… So typically you. I wish you would tell me what’s going on.”
can’t, Matty. It’s not that I don’t want to, I do! If only all of
this was easier.”
I want to know everything.” He rolled his eyes. “But I have
to work. My shift is almost over. Can you wait?”
guess…” You shrugged.
At least you won’t be alone while you do it.”
are you saying that?”
laughed and pointed to the door, where Stefan stood. You suppressed a
sigh and took another sip from the vodka you ordered, struggling to
maintain your heartbeat under control. Donovan patted you on the
shoulder and got back to his work, leaving you to deal with the
devils on your back.
didn’t thought I’d see you here, Y/N.”
you know… I was bored at home so I thought: what better way to
cheer me up than drinking?”
chuckled, taking a sit in front of you. His sweet eyes watching your
every move. It was times like these you wished you were able to read
minds. Not that you liked to snoop on other people’s lives, but
because your heart desperately needed to know something. Either to
give it all up or keep hoping.
You shook your head, exhaling. “Oh, yeah. I’m fine.”
doesn’t seem like you are.” His hand grabbed yours and God knows
how you were able to hold a shudder. “Talk to me.”
just maybe, it was time to open yourself up. Tell him exactly what
had been going on with you and your feelings. Gosh, that would be a
harsh thing to do. You finished the drink and soon enough ordered
another one. Yeah, the opportunity was right there, in front of your
eyes. He needed to know, no matter how loud your thoughts were
screaming for you not to do it. It was the only way to shake it out
I trust you with a secret?”
course you can, Y/N.” His sounded normal, but you could catch
the hint of concern within his words. “We’re friends and I
really care about you.”
OK. There’s something I need to tell you.”
all ears.” Stefan smiled gently and stroked the back of your
hand, which was still lost between his larger ones. “Come on!”
know you are still in love with Elena and…”
up and let me finish.” He nodded, still frowning but agreeing to
hear you talk. “I don’t want to get in the middle of you two.
But I can’t help myself. Stefan, I’m in lo… I mean, I really like
are you saying?”
he dumb or anything? I was pretty clear on what I said!”,
you thought, almost rolling your eyes at his response.
on! You know what I said… I like you.”
bright white teeth shone when he smiled.
was random.” Your beloved rose his eyebrows. “Hum, I like
you too, Y/N.”
probably didn’t understand. I don’t like you as a friend, Stefan…”
mean… Really like me?”
was not what you were expecting. Suddenly, the embarrassment started
to crawl up your emotional wall. He did not felt the same way, as,
deep down, you expected him to. Now, you had lost a friend. You were
so freaking stupid.
need to go. I’m sorry.”
You simply placed a twenty dollar bill and left, meeting the bright
moon on the sky. So beautiful for such a horrible night. “Y/N,
Stefan? I know you don’t want to be with me. I don’t even know why I
didn’t even give me a chance to explain! Matter fact, to say
narrowed your eyes a bit. He did not have to say anything. You were
just his silly little friend. And that was all you would ever be.
Now, without a doubt, even your ears were red out of the unpleasant
awkward situation. “Why couldn’t I keep my mouth shut?”,
a cruel though popped up in your head.
sorry about the way I reacted.”
you don’t have to do that.”
you just let me finish?”
I’ll shut up.”
really special to me. I don’t I have ever met a girl so though and so
resilient. And there’s no way I can repay for everything you have
done to me. To keep me going.” Stefan pulled you close, wrapping
his arms around your waist. “Elena was a huge part of my life. I
won’t deny it. However, she’s gone. Living her dream with Damon. And
I’m happy for both of them. Of course it took me awhile to get over
that, but you stayed and put up with me at my worst. That’s why
I don’t need to hesitate now: I love you, miss Y/L/N. You’re truly
the one for me.”
Stefan!” The tears built up on your eyes began to stream down
your face. “I’m so happy. I-I never would have figured you felt
wish I knew you felt like this sooner.” He whispered in your
ear, kissing a sweet spot on your neck.
sighed, biting your lower lip.
I say one more thing?”
Stefan replied, softly.
love you too.” It was barely a whisper, but you knew he had
cupped your cheeks and let his thumb wipe off the teardrops which
insisted to keep falling. The younger Salvatore, then, kissed your
mouth very gently. His lips applying a tender pressure against your
own. You pulled a lock of his caramel hair, taking all the pleasure
you could get from that. It was definitely a dream coming true.
would you come back inside with me and have another drink?”
Stefan whispered against your lips, a short awhile after you two
shared such an intimate moment.
me think…” He chuckled. “Yeah, we can do that.”
glad I fit in your tight schedule, Y/N.”
be such a drama queen, honey.”
laughed, stepping in the bar once more. As you watched him go over to
get you new drinks, you realised how lucky you were to be in love
with him. The curse became the relief. That’s why a grin appeared
when you saw him coming back and leaning in for the second kiss of
finally hit you: choosing to love Stefan Salvatore was the best thing
you had ever done. That’s why you would never give up on that
to have the night of your life with me?”
already is, darling.”
smiled, joining him and being genuinely happy you were there at the
right time with the right kind of feelings.
Pre-Sanvers: Maggie Walks in on Alex with Another Woman
It had been hard.
The whole being friends thing.
Hard because Alex’s eyes were stone when they weren’t flickering down to Maggie’s lips, and hard because it kept tearing open Maggie’s heart that Alex didn’t realize that of course she wanted her – of course she did – but she was trying to do what’s best for her. What’s best for Alex.
She was trying to put Alex first. She was trying to protect Alex .
From falling for a girl who didn’t deserve her, who would only break her.
And she was trying to protect herself.
Because she’d fall hard and she’d fall fast – hell, she already has – and then one day she would stop being so bright and shiny to Alex, and Alex would ditch her for some other woman, some more deserving woman, or women, and Maggie has been broken before, but she can’t be broken by Alex Danvers.
Because somehow she already knows that there isn’t enough scotch and tiramisu in the world to fix being broken by Alex Danvers.
So it had been hard.
The business of figuring out how to just be friends.
It had been hard, but Maggie told her she didn’t want to imagine her life without her, and Alex didn’t want to imagine that world, either.
So it was pool the next night and it was pool the night after, and it was late-night poring over case files and it was early-morning breakfast at Noonan’s and it was, eventually, laughter and banter and real, solid friendship.
And it was, eventually, Alex dating other women.
Because Maggie gave up on her before they even began, didn’t she?
Because Maggie had no right or reason to object, did she?
And it was hard.
Hell, it was torture.
Watching Alex get nervous about what to wear, what to say, where to go.
Listening to Alex’s recaps, watching Alex blush.
It was torture, but Alex didn’t know.
Didn’t know, because somehow, the secret agent had missed the one thing that Maggie always assumed screamed off of her body: that she wanted Alex. No, more than wanted her. Respected her. Revered her. Liked her. Cared about her. A lot. Could love her. For her whole life.
It was torture, but Alex didn’t know.
Or at least, Maggie thought Alex didn’t know. She wondered sometimes, in her more confident moments – in the moments where she could swear Alex’s eyes were drifting down to fixate on Maggie’s lips; in the moments where she could swear Alex’s breath hitched when Maggie touched her arm while they played pool; in the moments where she could swear Alex tensed up every time Maggie so much as greeted Darla – if Alex did know.
What she was doing to Maggie.
Because she never brought dates to the bar.
Never brought dates in front of Maggie.
So when Maggie is having yet another night drinking alone at the bar, she’s not cautious about who she’ll run into, about what she’ll see, when she pushes open the multistall bathroom door.
She expects quiet.
She doesn’t expect Alex.
Alex, pinned against the space between two stalls, her head tossed back against the cold metal, her breathing ragged, her back arched.
With some blonde woman’s hand up her shirt and lips on her throat.
Maggie contemplates leaving.
She contemplates leaving and she contemplates screaming and she contemplates throwing up in the alley before getting on her Triumph and riding away, away, away.
She contemplates it, but Alex chooses exactly that moment to open her eyes – to glance down – and her eyes lock into Maggie’s.
And Maggie’s seething anger rides the wave of how perversely turned on she is, and her mouth speaks before her brain can think.
“Don’t you think the lady deserves something better than a quick fuck in a bathroom stall?”
Her mouth speaks before her brain can think, which makes her voice more raw, more vulnerable, more hurt, than enraged or indignant or even jealous.
She wants to run, now.
But the woman is whipping around, her hand retreating from Alex’s chest, a combination of irritation and anger on her lips.
“Who the hell are you?” she demands, and Alex just leans against the metal of the stalls like it’s holding her up. Because it is.
“Maggie,” Alex says, and it’s almost a whisper, almost an apology, almost an explanation.
“I asked you something first,” Maggie counters, ignoring Alex’s prayer, spine straight and eyes anywhere but Alex’s mussed hair, swollen lips, rumpled shirt.
Realization dawns on the other woman’s face, and she smirks as she glances between the woman she was just fucking and the woman who’s demanding she give Alex better than a bar bathroom.
“So you’re the one she’s hung up on,” the woman says, and Alex groans softly, and Maggie blinks.
“This is your detective, isn’t it?” The woman smirks and doesn’t wait for an answer. “She talks about you a lot. Hell, I half-expected her to scream your name just now. I think you have your answer now, sweetheart,” she turns to Alex. She leans into her ear and she whispers hotly, “She likes you.”
She runs a slow fingertip down Alex’s side, gives Maggie a once-over, and saunters out of the bathroom with a small smirk on her face.
Alex splutters and Alex tries, desperately, to breathe.
“Why did she say that?”
“Say what, Danvers?”
“That you like me.”
“I dunno, you can always catch up to her and ask – “
“Was she right?”
“Danvers – “
“Was she right.”
There’s a silence, a pause, in which they both live entire lives, and Alex shifts off the stall, toward Maggie, eyes wide and lips parted and voice soft, soft, soft.
“Was she right, Maggie?”
“It doesn’t matter, Alex, I’d only wind up hurting you – “
“So she was right.”
“Take me on a date.”
“I don’t want to be dating these other women, Maggie. I mean, it’s been nice and it’s been… but I just… I wanna be dating you. I thought you didn’t want me, but if – “
“I told you, Alex. That was never why I…”
“So take me on a date.”
“Take you on a date.”
Alex takes her hands and smiles soft, smiles slow, smiles shy and smiles perfect.
“You said I deserve better than a quick fuck in a bathroom stall. So show me what I deserve.”
And Maggie can’t help it: she smiles, too, and the entire bar lights up.
This is probably one of my favorite prompt ideas I’ve ever gotten honestly. @mikimiska113 , I love this so much!
Takes place on Dragonstone. More alcohol involved lol
Jon hadn’t known what to expect when Tyrion had invited him to his solar late at night for a ‘serious discussion’ but it hadn’t been a drinking game with him and Grey Worm.
He poured himself another glass, knowing even as he topped it off that he should stop now before he did something he would regret later. But he also knew that he wouldn’t; it was nice, in a way, to just be able to talk freely about nothing of consequence with a couple of friends (at least, he hoped Grey Worm was a friend; it was hard to tell sometimes with the Unsullied commander) without worrying about what would happen on the morrow.
“The last time you lay with someone,” Tyrion said, looking at both of them with eyes that were barely bloodshot, even though he’d drank more wine than both of the others combined. “Lord Snow, you’re first.”
He toyed with the rim of his glass, not looking at either of them. “Several years,” he muttered as he took another long sip.
Tyrion almost spat out his wine. “Several years? I would have supposed the first thing you did once you left the Night’s Watch would be to find a woman to lie with.” Jon noticed he didn’t say anything about how Jon had broken his vows; doubtless he’d already guessed. The Lannister had always seemed to know things without anyone telling him.
“Didn’t find the right woman. I’m still looking.”
“If you wanted to, there are brothels near the harbor-”
He shrugged. “Whores have never been my type.” Not after his own mother had likely been one; he wouldn’t condemn an innocent child to his fate.
“Well, you have more restraint than I do.” Tyrion turned to Grey Worm, who took another sip from his glass. “And what about you, Grey Worm? I’m sure there are other ways you can find pleasure, even without your…parts.”
The soldier nodded, stone faced. “Several days ago.”
This time Tyrion really did spit out his wine. “Did you really? I was expecting it would take at least another month. Was it Missandei?”
Grey Worm nodded again, still expressionless.
“Well, that’s excellent. Congratulations. As for myself…I have to confess, I haven’t lay with anyone since right before I left Meereen. Being the Hand to the Queen is quite time consuming and I haven’t had the time or interest to explore the harbor.” He spoke casually and drank more wine; Jon wondered just how much he was used to drinking, because he was already starting to feel sick.
“She’s quite a woman,” Jon replied. He couldn’t imagine having that job the Dragon Queen was fiercely passionate about the causes she cared about, but also fiery and impulsive. She may not have been her father, but many of her Targaryen traits were readily apparent.
“That she is. Her heart is in the right place…she just isn’t always certain how to go about accomplishing her goals. Very like someone else I know.”
Jon reddened. “She’s quite determined.”
“She wouldn’t have gotten very far if she’d been anything less. Certainly not to the place she is now. Grey Worm, what do you think we should do about Cersei Lannister?”
“I am not strong at diplomacy, only at battle. We could overrun the city easily, within a day…but the Queen will not, because she does not wish to hurt innocents. But we are running out of choices; the longer we allow the Mad Queen to rally her forces the more likely that she will attack in a way that we will have trouble repelling.”
“You’re a ray of sunshine, aren’t you?” Grey Worm didn’t answer. “What would you do, Jon Snow, if you were in our position?”
Jon shrugged. “I have no place-”
“Hypothetically. The Queen seems to value your counsel; you stopped her from burning the Red Keep to the ground.”
“It doesn’t matter what I say, what any of us do, if we don’t confront the threat to the North.”
“I don’t know much about the White Walkers, but I’m beginning to think that you bring them up whenever you don’t want to talk about something.”
Tyrion smirked, refilling his glass and Jon’s without being asked. “You’re not as clever as you believe you are, Lord Snow. Not so good at hiding your emotions. Or maybe I’m just used to seeing people in love-God knows my siblings were always giving each other eyes, even when we were growing up. I know what a man looks like when he’s undressing a woman with his eyes.”
Jon felt the back of his neck redden. “I did nothing of the sort.”
“He did, didn’t he Grey Worm?”
Jon silently pleaded with Grey Worm, hoping he could find an ally, but the soldier only looked slightly more interested. “He watches the Queen whenever he believes she’s not looking.”
“That’s not true-” Jon protested.
“Grey Worm is a skilled soldier of the most highly disciplined army in the known world. Forgive me if I believe him more than I believe you. New round: we’ll ask you a question and you give us an answer. If we think you’re lying, you have to take another drink.”
He already knew he’d feel ill in the morning. “I shouldn’t-”
“A drink or two won’t hurt you. Trust me. I would know.”
Jon sighed, already knowing the night wouldn’t end any other way. “Fine. But just a couple of questions.”
“Do you love our queen?”
Tyrion rolled his eyes. “You’ll have to try harder than that. Take a drink.” Grey Worm looked amused as he nodded, and his eyes almost looked like they were laughing as Jon took another drink. “Do you want to kiss her?”
“Take a drink. You’re a terrible liar-which is the only reason why I even believe in these White Walkers you’re so dead set on.”
He could feel the alcohol taking effect and briefly Jon wondered whether this had been Tyrion’s intention all along, to ascertain to how deep his feelings for Dany went. “She’s…not what I expected.”
“If it’s any comfort, she loves you too. She’s never looked at anyone the way she looks at you. It would be sweet perhaps, if it weren’t so inconvenient.”
“It doesn’t matter anyway. In a few days I’ll be gone and she’ll never have to deal with me again.”
“Do you really think she wants that?” Tyrion refilled his glass, opening another bottle of wine. “I’ve been thinking about this and…I may have found a solution.”
This should be good. “And what kind of solution were you thinking of?”
It was Jon’s turn to choke on his drink. “What?”
“It makes perfect sense; you’ll both have to marry at some point, and if I know my history correctly the Starks don’t have the same propensity for marrying siblings that the Targaryens do. You’ll both keep your crowns and combine your forces.”
For just a second he allowed himself to entertain the idea. “I don’t-”
Tyrion shrugged. “It’s just a suggestion. But it may give you what you’re looking for-and a little more besides.”
“That’s not a decision I can make now, without consulting my advisors.”
“Will you have the time to talk to them?”
He took another drink. Using my own words against me? Clever. He forced himself to stand, even as the ceiling swung in ever widening circles around him. “This has been a lovely evening, gentlemen, but I’m afraid I have to go.”
“Are you sure? I still have another bottle-”
To Jon’s surprise, Grey Worm stood up as well-and if he was drunk, he didn’t show it. “I should go as well. Thank you, Lord Tyrion.”
Jon managed to leave the room without staggering too much-but once the door had safely closed behind them his legs almost gave out from under him and he found himself gripping Grey Worm’s shoulder until he caught his balance.
The Unsullied looked more surprised than upset. “Are you sure you’re all right, Lord Snow?”
“For the moment.” He knew he wouldn’t be in the morning, but that was still a long time away. “Good night.”
“Good night.” Grey Worm nodded to him once and walked away, his posture meticulously straight.
Jon got lost on the way to his chambers and found himself in a part of the castle he didn’t recognize at all. He didn’t realize how late it was; the corridors were deserted and all of the servants had gone home for the night, so there was no one that he could have asked for help even if he’d wanted to.
Thankfully, that also meant there was no one around to see him trying not to stagger around drunkenly and failing miserably.
Finally he reached the door to his room and opened it carefully. He was practically ready to fall into bed; his shoes were halfway off and he was undoing the first few buttons on his shirt when he closed the door behind him and realized that his bedroom had changed-and he wasn’t alone.
The room was dominated by a heavy wooden bed, covered in black and red sheets. A desk rested against one wall, and a table under the window held a miniature version of the armies map in the war room. At least, that was what he could make out in the darkness-until there was a rustling from the bed and someone lit a candle, throwing the face of the Dragon Queen into shadow. She was so confused that Jon almost found it funny. “Lord Snow?”
“Your Grace? What are you doing in my chambers?”
She didn’t look upset-just very, very confused. “These aren’t your chambers, Lord Snow. They’re on the other side of the castle.” Ever so slowly, she got to her feet. Her hair was loose and flowing around her shoulders and she wore a nightgown that seemed lighter than air; she reminded him of one of the wood spirits Old Nan had always told stories about, made of air and sunlight and impossible for mortal men to touch. “Are you all right?”
“Yes, I’m fine. Must have just gotten turned around, that’s all.” He turned towards the door-and practically tripped over her boots, which seemed to have appeared out of nowhere.
She rushed to his side and grabbed his arm, as if to keep him from falling (she was stronger than she looked). “Are you drunk?”
She rolled her eyes. “I can smell the wine on your breath.”
“It was only a glass or two.”
She shook her head. “Believe me, if you’d only had a glass or two you’d already be in your own bed, asleep-”
“Lord Tyrion said I should marry you.” He didn’t know why the words came out. They just did, and there was nothing he could do to stop them.
For a moment, Dany looked at him like he was out of his mind entirely. “He said what?”
“It’s a strategic match; the North still has their king, and you have all of the Seven Kingdoms.”
“All right…well, what do you think about it?”
“I don’t know.” He knew that what he was thinking at the moment was that he wanted to tear off her nightdress, but he didn’t think she’d appreciate that. “I should speak to Davos about it first.”
“That’s a good idea-and perhaps you should wait until you’re sober.” She turned to go to bed and he knew, rationally, that he should leave-he’d already made a big enough fool of himself for one night.
But the words came out anyway. “You’re very beautiful.”
She stopped in her tracks and turned back to him. Her expression was inscrutable-and he was fairly sure it wasn’t just because of the wine. “I…thank you.” She sounded uncertain, almost worried, as if it had been the last thing she was expecting him to say.
The alcohol dulled his senses and made him bold. He took a step forward before he could think better of it, before he could talk himself down from it, easily closing the distance between them. She looked at him carefully, questioningly-and he kissed her before he could think better of it, before the alcohol would wear off enough for him to realize what a very bad thing this was and how much he would regret it later.
Kissing her was everything he’d thought it would be and more, the few times he’d allowed himself to imagine it. Her mouth was soft and warm and tasted of salt air and open sea, and a distant smoky and charred scent that he could only imagine was dragonfire. Their lips moved together and he’d found they had moved closer together as well until there was no space between them at all and he brought his hand up to cup her cheek, stroking her fair skin.
When she stepped away, his head was whirling-but reality came back to him in a sudden, savage rush.
Neither of them knew what to say, and the distance that had once seemed nonexistent now seemed impassable. Her eyes were guarded, her expression unreadable.
“I’m sorry, your Grace. Good night.” He left the room with as much composure as he could muster and ran like hell as soon as the door closed behind him, as if he could somehow outrun the weight of his mistake-only to double back, open the door, and say (as if to seal his fate) “I love you.”
“That must have been some heavy wine last night, Lord Snow.”
There was a joking tone in the Queen’s voice and he couldn’t understand why. Yes, he’d been drinking the night before…but he hadn’t thought it was that obvious. He’d had a wicked hangover and had vomited twice in the early morning, but now he was feeling if not completely normal then at least halfway there. “Really? What gave it away?”
Her eyes dimmed. He’d never really seen the light leave someone’s eyes, had never really known what that expression meant…but he did now. “You don’t remember,” she said coldly, almost imperiously, “coming into my chambers at quite an ungodly hour insisting they were your own? And then kissing me?”
He went cold all over. That couldn’t be right. First of all, he would never do something like that and never put himself in such a position. And he would remember…that if he’d actually done it.
But the more he thought about it, the more he scoured his memory, the more he thought he remembered it-a room lit only by a single candle, her cheek in his hand, her lips on his, and the look in her eyes when he’d left the room, as if he’d finally managed to do something that surprised her. Seven hells. “Your Grace, I’m very sorry about any impropriety-”
“Don’t apologize.” She looked almost amused, even though he wasn’t amused in the slightest. Gods, this could ruin him. “You were quite drunk. No one else needs to know, as far as I can tell. An honest mistake. Although, it was quite enjoyable.” She walked back to break her fast with Missandei, and Jon saw the Queen’s closest advisor sneak a glance at him as if to make sure he was behaving himself. If only you knew.
Seven hells, Jon. He attacked his plate of roast sausage in silence.
He only looked up once to see Tyrion looking at him from the other side of the table. And he could have sworn he was smiling, as if he somehow knew all about what had transpired the night before.