Looking up at the sky before she dragged her nails over her arms, she couldn’t help but let out a sigh. “Come on, let’s do something instead of sitting on this bench. Do you want to eat something, maybe? I’m dying, honestly. I really need some food, right now.” she rambled, looking at the boy next to her. “Please?” she begged.
“Ugh, fine. God, you’re so needy,” Alexander replied with a smile on his lips. “What do you want then? It’s on you, so you can have whatever you want.” How she put up with him, was still beyond him, but she did, so he wasn’t about to question and ruin the good in their friendship.
Moaning to herself as his digit run across her heat for a moment, she bit her lower lip and smirked up at him. “You wouldn’t dare to leave me alone now. You couldn’t bear to not think about it either way.” Before giving an answer, the same feeling that filled her body each time he called for her to come over late at night came back to her once again. It was like an addiction, the amount of pleasure he could bring to her. Wrapping her legs around his waist once again, bringing him as close as possible to her, she let out another sound of pleasure. “Alex..” She said louder this time, rocking her hips against his. “I love you.” A phrase that was never said before, but felt well needed at this point as she planted another kiss upon his lips to cover the sounds she was crying out.
A genuine smile was plastered on his face, when she told him she loved him. Alex didn’t think, he’d ever get completely used to hearing it, as it hadn’t been something he had heard everyday before, but he definitely liked it. “I-I love you too,” the guy replied, thrusting into her over and over again gently, hands roaming all over her skin, wanting to feel every inch of the girl beneath him. “I love hearing you moan my name, you know that?” Alex whispered into her ear, before kissing just below it and he then started to attack her neck with kisses, sucking on it every now and then as well, for once not just to leave a mark on her, but for her enjoyment as well. It would take some getting used to, having to think about what she wanted too, but Alex was willing to try.
As soon as he broke the kiss, she couldn’t help but miss them already, closing her eyes as she felt his forehead pressed against hers. Her breathing had slightly increased as she shook her head at his words, opening her eyes to let her thumbs stroke his skin slightly. “Don’t go.” As selfish as that sounded of her, she didn’t want him to go. She wanted him to stay so she could prove to him that loving someone wasn’t something to be afraid of.
“But I’m going to break you… And God knows, you’re going to break me.” A chuckle escaped his lips at his own words. “This is so ridiculous.” Pulling away from her, Alexander ran a hand through his hair. “Are you seriously willing to do this… for me?” Truth was as much as Alexander doubted, he could ever love anyone, he doubted anyone could ever truly love him just as much.
"So — you already moved on?” she asked, her voice so little that the girl wasn’t sure if he heard her. Looking away she removed her hand from his touch, already feeling her body getting cold again. To her, nothing else mattered than him. And there she was, listening to her ex hook-upexplaining how he already moved on from her. Bree couldn’t understand how every single thing that they did and said to each other could be forgotten and undone within days, but the girl didn’t dare to ask him: too scared of what the answer would be. The last time they spoke, things didn’t end pretty, and there was still some things that the brunette didn’t understand. Did the hook ups mean more to him than just sex? Did he really love her? “You shouldn’t have come. Could’ve called my sister; that would’ve been better.” the teenage girl said, her voice breaking near the end of her statements. But she couldn’t bring herself to care. Alexander had seen her so broken, that this probably meant nothing to him anymore.
When she removed her hand from his touch, his brows furrowed together, as his hands landed in his own lap. Alexander nodded at her words. “Maybe, they should’ve, but they didn’t,” he replied, seemingly not really interested in her words. He had no intentions of leaving her, ever. It seemed she was in even more danger without him, than she was with him - physically anyway. “You’re so stupid, Bree…” the brown-haired guy mumbled, referring to her previous question - about him moving on. “Of all the people I know, who don’t know me, you’re the one who doesn’t know me the least and you ask, if I’ve moved on.” He chuckled, as if it was completely ridiculous. But whether it was ridiculous for her to think that or that it was ridiculous for to have to ask - that question wasn’t answered. Alexander got up and walked over to one of the big windows in the room, his back now turned towards Bree. “What happened, Bree? All they said was it was a car accident.” Why he was being like this after basically sobbing over having to leave her, it was just another one of the many mysteries of Alexander.
gonna do replies now and ill be revamping a bit so im gone for a day or two im still here i just want everything ready so it doesnt take longer and everything looks shitty