Jughead & Reader: Wrath of The Blossoms
Summary: As Cheryl and Jason’s little sister, you have to put up with a lot of drama. Thankfully Jughead realized you were nothing like your siblings so the two of you struck up a romantic relationship. You kept your relationship quiet but soon after the secret got out.
Listen to: Mess Around - Cage the Elephant
You’re a very private person. You don’t like everyone to know your business and you don’t like it when people anticipate what you’re going to do next. You lead a life very different from your siblings Jason and Cheryl. Well, you led a life different from Jason.
It’s been a few weeks since Jason’s body was found at Sweetwater River. You didn’t know about Cheryl and Jason’s secret plan to fake his own death so you were just as surprised as your parents. Feeling betrayed that your sister would keep something from you about your own brother, you sort of distanced yourself as much as you could from Cheryl. The only time the two of you spoke was at dinner when your parents forced polite conversation.
When you weren’t at home, wishing you could have your brother back, you were out with your boyfriend, Jughead Jones. The two of you started dating during the summer, before everything happened. The two of you were different yet the same. You had the same interests but very different backgrounds. You came from a family of wealth that held a certain weight on the town, while Jughead came from a very broken home. But your differences brought you together.
After everything with Jason, you wanted to keep your life private. That meant keeping your relationship with Jughead a secret. The two of you talked at school and hung out during lunch or gym but that was it. You didn’t kiss, you didn’t hold hands, you didn’t hug. If the people at Riverdale High knew that you were in a relationship with the school’s Boo Radley, you’d never hear the end of it. You’re already holding on by a thread with all of the drama and rumours going on about you and your family.
One of the plus sides about dating Jughead was that you were a year apart. He was a sophomore and you were a freshman. That meant you didn’t have the same classes as him, minus gym. So that eliminated almost all of the temptation the two of you might feel at school.
If people found out the two of you were together, you’d never hear the end of it. They’d wonder why a loner like Jughead would like a Blossom and they’d ask why a Blossom would ever stoop to the level of a Jones. You didn’t want to hear it. Neither did Jughead. The two of you liked each other and that was that.
“What are you thinking about?” Jughead asked as he stroked your hair.