l a t e n i g h t s
Honestly, Amber was not the kind of person to comfort people. It just wasn’t in her DNA, but here she was- planning on doing exactly that, because despite what he’d said, she mostly blamed herself for everything that had happened. How could she not? She’d practically egged him on at the party. But then again- she did that to everyone, because she’d always been a firm believer that people didn’t do things they didn’t want to do on at least some lower level. That didn’t erase her guilt, though.
Amber knocked cautiously on the door, opening it as she peaked her head in to look around at the room, until her eyes landed on Dakota. “Hey,” she said softly, entering and shutting the door behind her before walking over. “I feel like you’re a scared little fawn I need to be cautious around- but that’s not the case, is it?” she questioned, tilting her head slightly as she smoothed a hand over his shoulder. “How are you?”