•February 16, 2017 • Leave a Comment
I woke up to the feeling of sun against my face–which for a Wednesday wasn’t the normal pace of things. But from the feel of it, my fiancé was still asleep behind me, and if the boss was sleeping, then it wasn’t going to be a problem. I stretched with a yawn, rolling over so that I could slide my hand around Jumin’s waist, tucking myself close against him.
“Mmmm. Good morning,” the sleep-rusty voice returned to me.
“Good morning, handsome.” I kissed his shoulder blade. “Why are we still asleep at this hour and not at work?”
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•January 24, 2017 • Leave a Comment
There was a knock at the door, and V pushed it open, showing Yoosung standing there, hands behind his back. “Hey. I’m a little early.”
“That’s fine, don’t worry.” The photographer took a step back and let Yoosung walk in, which he did, looking around the house. “I’ve changed a lot of it.”
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•January 7, 2017 • Leave a Comment
I’d really given up thinking that I was going to get anything from Jumin. I wanted so much to pretend that it didn’t bother me. I wanted it to not bother me. I don’t know why I expected anything in the first place. But alas, the hopeless romantic in me was just a little put out by the fact that he hadn’t even said anything to me. He’d told me that he’d be gone from the 13th until the 15th, and that it was a business trip I didn’t need to accompany him on. There’d been no mention of the holiday at all.
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•December 29, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Jumin sighed at the laptop, typing in the contact information that Rion had given him. He didn’t know who these people were, or why V thought it would be a good idea for him to talk to them, but there didn’t seem to be any point in resisting. If V had made up his mind, then that was done and he wouldn’t win that fight. He never had.
The contact accepted the request quickly, and called moments after. Jumin cleared his throat and accepted the call–seeing a young man who looked…almost distractingly like him in the screen, though the other person’s eyes were heterochromatic blue. “Hello?” Jumin asked.
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•December 28, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Once they’d safely gotten home, all he’d been able to do was wrap her in his arms and hold her tight. What a terrifying feeling, not knowing when you’d be let out of the hospital…not knowing if it was going to be enough to bring her home…on top of all the feelings about being a probable new father…
This romance was still so new. The concept of anything challenging that was horrifying.
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•December 24, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Zen held his breath, staring in at the shop display, trying to keep from fogging the glass. This is it. It’s perfect. I just need to buy it. …I don’t know why I’m so hesitant. I know she’ll like it. She said she liked it, when we saw it before. It’s going to be fine. Just buy it.
He’d never been so terrified about a gift before. Then again…he’d never had someone in his life like Jaehee before.
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•December 20, 2016 • Leave a Comment
The man chuckled outside my cell door. I didn’t need to raise my head to know who it was; I’d grown to recognize the voice alone.
Not that looking up would have told me anything. My vision had faded to black long ago. All for the better. I did not want to see what the world had become.
“Your friends left before we could even tell them about you,” the man chortled at me. “Such a crying shame that they’ll never know.”
“I would rather them believe me dead.” My voice was harsh, raspy from disuse. “I am of no use to them now.”
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