chapter two :: stay in the car
Nothing could’ve prepared me for this. For what came next. His knees touched the dirt as he leaned forward, not stopping until his lips had crashed into mine, his bruised and broken hands supporting my cheeks.
The apprehensive tensing of my muscles caused a slight pain. But I used every ounce of my strength to ignore it. Then suddenly everything was warm, everything was burning. Though it was in the best way.
Slowly, he opened his mouth to deepen the kiss and I found myself kissing him back just as deeply. There was no apprehension. There was no pull back. Even though there should have been. The one thing you are told over and over again not to do.
Never get attached to places, animals, or people. But I had done it. And, obviously, so had he.
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