Hopefully another Cassian request isn't an issue? Can you write one where another Rebel officer flirts with the reader and Cassian gets super jealous? Please and thank you!
Nope, not an issue at all!
Here you go! I hope it’s to your liking, nonnie.
“Before you go, I just wanted to say that I had a great time with you last night.”
Cassian’s blood boiled as he watched the scene that was unfolding before him.
Just a few feet away, you stood with Avan Parr, a fellow Rebel Alliance officer.
Cassian didn’t like the way the man was looking at you.
Or the way that you were looking at him.
“I had a really nice time too,” You replied, flashing him a friendly smile.
Avan reached out to take your hand in his and Cassian angrily clenched his fists.
“We should do it again, you know, once your mission on Serenno is complete.”
Cassian couldn’t take it anymore and stiffly walked towards the two of you.
“I hate to interrupt,” he practically sneered, “But we’re starting to lose our time.”
Avan grinned sheepishly. “Sorry, Captain. I didn’t mean to keep your partner.”
Ignoring him, Cassian narrowed his dark eyes at you. “Get on the ship. Now.”
Your mouth fell open in pure shock. He’d never spoken to you like that before.
Without waiting for your response, he whirled around and stalked off towards his waiting U-Wing. He hopped on board without so much as glancing back at you.
Avan frowned. “What’s with him?”
“I don’t know. But I’m certainly going to find out.”
After saying a quick goodbye to Avan, you quickly boarded the ship.
Cassian was up near the cockpit, shrugging out of his brown leather jacket.
“Excuse me, what was that?” You asked fiercely as you approached him.
With his back still to you, he stiffly replied, “What was what?”
“Get on the ship. Now,” You mimicked him. “How dare you talk to me like that!”
He remained silent.
“Cassian?” You waited, but still, he said nothing. “Cassian, I’m talking to you!”
Slowly, he turned around to face you. His eyes had gone stone cold.
“In case you’ve forgotten, we have a mission we have to complete on Serenno.”
“We don’t have time for you to stand around flirting with your new boyfriend.”
You crossed your arms over your chest. “Avan isn’t my boyfriend, Cassian. And I wasn’t flirting with him either. We met up at the cantina last night for a few drinks and we were just telling each other that we had a good time.”
Cassian snorted, shaking his head. “Well, isn’t that sweet.”
You raised your eyebrows at him.
“You know, if I I didn’t know any better, I’d say that you were jealous.”
“Don’t flatter yourself. I am not jealous.”
“Then why are you so upset?”
“I’m not upset.”
You scoffed. “Okay, then why else would you be acting like such a damn jerk?”
Cassian groaned out of frustration. “Can you just drop it? We have to leave—”
You grabbed his arm. “We’re not going anywhere until we talk this out, Cassian. I need to know what’s going on with you. Please, just talk to me.”
He snatched his arm out of your grasp and took a step back. “What do you want me to say? That you’re absolutely right? That I’m jealous? That the second I saw him take your hand it took every single ounce of strength I had in me not to walk over and knock his head off his shoulders?”
“Cassian, you have no right to be jealous. You know how I feel about you, you’ve always known. But you were the one who said that we couldn’t be together, that we could never be together.” Your voice started to tremble and you paused for a moment, trying to collect yourself. “You’re the one who said that we could never be anything more than just mission partners.”
“So you found somebody else,” he stated, bitterly. “You moved on.”
“Yes. No.” You let out a small groan. “I mean, I tried to.”
“You tried to?”
“Avan is a nice guy. And I’ll admit that it I really liked spending time with him.”
Cassian tightly clenched his jaw.
“I was lonely,” You continued quickly before he could say anything. “You’ve been avoiding me, Cassian. Do you think I haven’t noticed that we only ever talk when we’re sent out on missions by the council? That we don’t eat our meals together anymore like we used to? That whenever I even try and approach you, you make up some excuse to leave?” Hot, frustrated tears blurred your vision. Not wanting to cry, you furiously blinked them back. “You can’t be upset with me for trying to move on, not when you’re the one who’s been pushing me away.”
His expression suddenly softened. “I had to push you away.”
You stepped closer to him. “But why?”
“Because, what I felt—what I feel for you, it’s something that I have never felt for anyone else before. It’s so incredibly strong that sometimes it scares me. I swear to you that I never meant to hurt you, but I was so lost and confused. I thought it would be best for me to put some distance between us. I thought that maybe if I spent less time with you, these feelings would subside. But I was wrong.”
“So what do you feel for me, Cassian?” You whispered, looking up at him.
Your eyes widened in a slight surprise as Cassian reached up and gently cupped your cheek in the palm of his hand. He put his other hand on your hip and pulled you as close as he possibly could. He looked deeply into your eyes as your arms wrapped themselves tightly around his neck. Cassian leaned down into you, and the both of you stood absolutely still, each waiting for the other to make the final move.
Finally, it was Cassian who closed the remaining distance between you and him.
He softly pressed his lips to yours. Any and all hesitation that he might have had before vanished completely as you parted your lips, allowing him to deepen the kiss.
“That,” he said breathlessly once he’d pulled away, “Is what I feel for you.”
“And here I thought you hated me or something.” You were just as breathless.
Cassian frowned. “I’m sorry. And I’m sorry about earlier. I shouldn’t have spoken to you like that. It’s just that seeing you with Parr, the thought of you with him, or with any other man that’s not me, I just couldn’t handle it.”
You couldn’t help but smile. “I appreciate the apology, Cass. And I forgive you.”
Relieved, he smiled back at you.
“And you don’t have to worry about me being with him, or with anyone else,”You assured him with all the confidence in the galaxy. “Believe me, you are the only man that I could ever want, Cassian.”
Ending was a bit meh, but it’s almost five in the morning so…yeah.
Not 100% sure but the next imagine might be a Bodhi one! I have a request for one and it’s almost completely finished. I also have three more Cassian requests and some ideas of my own. So I have a lot of imagines to come if anyone’s interested!