“What was the last thing he sent you?” Heather asked. She was laying on the floor of her friend Maddie’s single dorm room, absentmindedly playing with the shag carpet. The two girls had been enjoying a few glasses of wine, which opened the gates for Maddie’s ranting. They always picked Maddie’s room for their Friday wine nights because of her soft fairy lights and larger TV. The room was cramped because it was a single dorm, but the two girls survived.
“Yeah, yeah,” Charlie’s mom said quietly. She didn’t even realizing what her son just said. Of course, Charlie
Tom’s blush deepened, and throwing caution to the wind, he gave a coy shake of his head. “That’s not what I meant. I thought… well, I dunno… I thought maybe this time I could… you know… suck you.”
He turns her around and when she wouldn’t look into his eyes he tucked his finger under her chin and made her look directly in his eyes, “I can’t give you up. I don’t give a damn what the arrangement says.
Charlie turned her head away in shame, looking up at Vincent as he laid a hand on her shoulder. “You would have been killed if you had stayed and Duncan promised him that nothing would happen to you.”
“Hey, we are going to find him. Shay will be back soon and he will be able to find him, I promise.” Bender smiled at me, but it looked so forced that it almost made me feel worst.
"I heard what happened in Mrs. Johnson's class," he smirked, going down to kiss her neck. She wanted so badly to push him off, but she'd be in trouble if she did, yet it felt heavenly to
“I’m sorry,”” Charlie said, pulling Elliott closer to her, “I didn’t realize we were missing.”
“I stopped him,” she said, staring at a place where the fence used to be. “I took and put my babies in a place where they’d be safe.”
In fact, after those first few disorienting days, Charlie had never mentioned her dream world again even though she still didn’t feel as though she belonged here. Granted, she was no longer able to imagine not being a mother, showering Sunny and Ethan with all the attention and love she felt that she had never received, nor could she imagine not being married to Bass, but she could just never shake the feeling that there was something not quite right.
Cassidy frowned at me before smiling. “Come on, just even a hug or something? Quick, wrap your arm around my waist, Jeremy's staring at me.”
Luke pulled away and smiled at her. He nodded before he pressed a gentle kiss to her lips, and then he rested his head on her chest. Jaylee wrapped one arm around his waist, and the other caressed his hair.
Charlie tugged her hands away, wiping away a tear. “Men are such idiots,” she grumbled, shaking her head.
".....and here's the two boys who saved us all......" She was saying, and Charlie waves at the camera. I smile, but my arms too weak to even wave.
Auron pushed the wooden door open. The smell of stale ale and food was thick in the air. Wooden tables dotted the room. A barmaid carrying mugs on a tray stopped when she noticed him. She told him she'd be there to help him, but he continued to the counter. The barkeeper stood smoking his pipe, oblivious to the man standing before him.