Drunken Confessions – Liam Dunbar Imagine
Prompt: Could you do a Liam Dunbar imagine where the reader gets drunk at the annual school bonfire and Liam tries to protect her from other guys until he gets her home and takes care of her, with him ending up staying the night? Thanks:)
Note: As we know on the show Liam gets attacked by an assassin during the annual school bonfire, with this prompt that doesn’t happen. This is obviously an AU imagine. Plus, I went a little overboard and ended up writing this with a total of a 3339 word count.
It’s the night of the annual school bonfire. It was mandatory for the lacrosse team to show up so Liam had no choice but to go. Y/N on the other hand didn’t plan on going until Liam told her he had to be there and wanted her to be there so he wouldn’t be bored. Y/N was thrilled Liam wanted her to go and spend time with her. They had been best friends for years, but lately ever since Liam became friends with Scott McCall and his friends, Y/N felt like she was slowly losing her best friend. And right now she was feeling like she was being pulled further away, despite his actions of wanting her there.
“So what time should we go to the party together?” Y/N asked.
“Oh umm,” Liam scratched the back of his neck. “Do you mind if we meet there?”
“What?!” Her eyebrows pulled forward, confused. “Why?”
“Because I have to meet Scott and Stiles before the party and then they’re giving me a ride.”
She crossed her arms to her chest, after she slammed her locker door shut. “I thought you wanted me to go with you.”
“Please don’t be mad,” Liam placed his hands on her shoulders. “It’s just something I have to do.”
Y/N plastered a fake smile on her face. “What on earth gave you the impression I’m mad?” She rolled her eyes and turned away, walking towards the double doors that led to the school parking lot.
“I’ll see you there, right?” Liam yelled out.
Y/N waved her hand, not looking back. “Yeah, whatever, Dunbar.”
Liam winced at the sound of his last name. He knew he was in trouble. She never called him by his last name unless he did something wrong. He didn’t need to ask what he did wrong this time, because he already knew it.