Silverton Home. That's where I'd spend the next few years of my life. Sounds fun, right? Any who, my name is Damian Williams. I'm exactly sixteen years of age and stand six feet tall. My dark hair falls down to my chin, covering my dark brown eyes which seem to look reddish in certain lighting. I have pale skin, which doesn't help with the weirdness of my eyes. I'm just a tall, lean guy with some muscle, but I'm not anything special. I've been told that I have the perfect build, but that's always kind of creeped me out since most girls think I'm 'perfect'. Ugh. Girls. I don't hate them, but they're just weird, that's all.
Our gold Honda Accord GX stopped right in front of an old Victorian style house which was three stories high. Climbing out of the car, I turned to look at my father who I was a younger version of.
"Hmmm. Well, hope you have fun kiddo." He didn't look enthused for me. He then proceeded to the trunk of the car and pulled out an old black suitcase jam packed with my clothing and other items.
"Yeah, fun." I murmured and watched as the door of the building opened and out stepped a skeleton, or what looked like one.
"Ah, Mr. Williams, we are glad you could make it." The older woman spoke, her nose in the air, her gray hair pulled tightly into a bun as she wore a dark gray high necked Victorian dress. She looked like she had just stepped out of the sixteen hundreds.
"Hello Mrs. Grimmsworth." My father said to the elderly woman as he handed me my bag. "I do hope you'll take very good care of my little Damian here. Teach him to be a fine young man." My dad pats my shoulder. "See ya soon."
I watched wordlessly as dad got into the car and waved before he pulled out of the long driveway and onto the main road.
"Come Mr. Williams." Mrs. Grimmsworth said in her 'stick-up-the-a**' tone of voice before turning and walking into the house.
I sighed softly and began towards the house, the front steps creaking beneath me as I went up them and stepped upon the porch. The planks were a little loose, but I stopped caring once inside the house. I shut the door behind me and looked around the old foyer.
"Hello!" An excited young female voice called from the top of the stairs.
I turned to only see a blur of movement before feeling my body hit the hardwood flooring. It took my mind a moment to realize what was going on. That's when I saw this petite girl sitting on top of me giggling.
"Sorry." She said between giggles as her pure white hair fell forward, covering her face. She looked up at me, her misty blue eyes were kind and warm, but I had not failed to notice that her skin was deathly pale.
"It's okay, I guess." I said and sat myself up since she was only sitting upon my legs. "Who may you be?" I rubbed the back of my head and winced.
"That is my granddaughter, Ellen Elder." Mrs. Grimmsworth said as she appeared from nowhere. She turned her fierce green eyes to the girl. "This is Mr. Williams, he's going to be staying with us for his schooling."
"Really?! Does this mean he gets to sleep in the attic with me, Kimberly, and Mai?" Ellen asked looking like a small girl who was guessing what she got for her birthday.
"No, he's to share the basement with your brother." Mrs. Grimmsworth said with a small smirk which I caught from the corner of my eyes. Why wasn't I getting a good feeling about this place? Perhaps it was the fact that this place was the same dark, dull gray wood which might be extremely old like that kook Mrs. Grimmsworth.
"Let's head to your new room Mr. Williams." Mrs. Grimmsworth added as she gestured for Ellen to scatter.
Once freed, I got to my feet and picked up my bag. "Sure." I choked out. I wondered what Mrs. Grimmsworth's grandson was like, and I just prayed that he didn't plan on killing me like the psychos I've seen in those movies.
"It's just down the hall." Mrs. Grimmsworth said and led me down a narrow corridor to a small door that sat alone at the end. I watched as she opened the door, revealing the darkness down below. "Jayce, Mr. Williams has arrived."
A light clicked on below, the faded glow was all that was seen before I saw a shadow move about. Mrs. Grimmsworth turned to me and smiled.
"You boys play nicely now." She walked away, leaving me alone with the stranger down below.
I moved down the creaky stairs and stopped once my feet hit the concrete below. My eyes found the place empty, but that caused my heart to quicken.
"H-Hello?" I called out before feeling someone touch my shoulder and nearly screamed, but I turned to see the girl from before.
"Jayce isn't a people person." Ellen said smiling before motioning over to the lump in a small cot that sat in the darkest corner of the room. "He likes to sleep a lot." She leaned closer so her lips were to my ear. "But I think he's doing something other than just sleeping." She giggled once seeing my face fluster, instantly understanding what she meant.
"Heh. Well, that's his business now isn't it?" I said before seeing the lump in the cot shift, throwing the blankets off to reveal a half naked figure.
"God Ellen, must you be so perverted and immature?" The voice was monotonic and empty, sending a chill up my spine. My eyes were glued to him. His skin was deathly pale too, like Ellen's so was his hair and eyes, but his eyes weren't friendly. They were more like hostile and cold, unwanting of my presence here.
"Only around you Jayce." She said before taking my bag and set it on the untouched cot and opened it.
"Please don't." I said as I watched her pick up my leather journal.
"Don't worry, I won't ruin it." Ellen said as she opened it, her eyes scanning over the pages. She seemed to stand still like a statue before her eyes flickered over to me. "You and my brother will get along perfectly." Her expression was empty for a minute before smiling and became re-animated again. She placed the book back before she skipped over to me and pecked my cheek lightly. "Dinner is in twenty minutes." She disappeared up the stairs after that.
I sighed heavily before looking back to the room, only to have my eyes lock with the one called 'Jayce'.
"Your eyes are very strange." He said and got to his feet, his sweats were a little low on his waist, but he didn't seem to care as he walked over to a small white dresser and pulled out a black shirt.
"Thanks, I guess." I said before walking over to the cot which my suitcase sat upon and picked up my journal and set it on the cot as I pulled my stuff out and stuffed it into a dark wood dresser which sat at the foot of my cot, up against the wall.
The silence was awkward as Jayce watched me unpack. He wore no expression, but he continued to watch. I felt so weirded out by his behavior, but maybe I was being paranoid still.
When I finished, I closed the empty suitcase and set it aside. Jayce walked over to his cot and sat down as I opened my sketch book and sat cross-legged on the floor and started sketching the entire room which lay before me.
"You any good?" Jayce's voice broke the silence that filled the room, his eyes still stuck on me. I noticed a red Celtic knot tattooed on the left side of his face just now, surprised I didn't notice it before.
"N-Not really." I stammered shyly before hearing a bell ringing. "What's that?" I asked looking towards the stairs.
"The meal bell." Jayce said getting up off the bed and walked over to the stairs, jogging up them.
I set my sketch book aside and followed after him, only to find the door opened at the top. Wow, they're fast. I thought to myself and continued up the stairs and down the small hall to the foyer where the boy stood. He seemed different in the lighting up here, and he even looked a year or two older than me.
"Took you long enough." I heard him murmur.
I opened my mouth to apologize, but saw Ellen and a pair of twins following behind her. The twins stood at approximately Five foot three inches, which was short. They had strawberry blond curls that rested upon their shoulders, freckles covered the middle of their faces, and their green eyes were looking at me before the pair giggled to each other, speaking in French.
"Oh! This is him!" Ellen said to the pair who continued to giggle like school girls.
"Bonjour! I am Mai and this is-" The one on the left said before gesturing to the other.
"Kimberly." The other said just in time to finish her sister's sentence.
"Nice to meet you, I'm Damian." I said with a small nod as I shoved my hands into my jean pockets.
"Come children, dinner is served." Mrs. Grimmsworth called from the other room.
I followed as the four of them walked into the next room. I stopped in the doorway as my eyes flickered about, looking over the room. It was gray like all the other rooms, but the table was made of obsidian*, which was something I found odd. There were obsidian* chairs that matched the table as well. Large paintings of scenery covered the walls, the crimson curtains were opened, showing the darkening sky beyond the glass.
"Take a seat Mr. Williams." Mrs. Grimmsworth said sitting at the head of the table, her eyes watched as I seated myself at the only empty seat, which was right next to Jayce who sat opposite of his grandmother and next to Ellen.
Silver trays and platters lined the table. There was freshly tossed salad, honey ham, turkey, potatoes, corn, green beans and rolls.
"Let us say grace." Mrs. Grimmsworth said before taking one of the twins' hands and Ellen’s hand. Everyone held hands, tempting me to break out singing 'kumbyah'*. I took hold of Jayce's and Ellen's hands, both feeling cold to me.
We all closed our eyes before Mrs. Grimmsworth's voice became loud and clear as she said grace. My mind was too busy wandering the emptiness which laid behind my eyelids, questioning some of the weirder things, but brushed off some things, clinging to others.
"Amen." Mrs. Grimmsworth said before dinner began.
In truth, I felt a little happy I came here instead of having been with my father. Each day was quite and always the same routine, but here, I knew things were going to be different for sure.
The chatter carried through the dinning room until the meal came to an end where everyone carried the dishes into the kitchen. The girls put away dinner and left me and Jayce to do whatever we pleased.
Jayce went back to the basement while I went out back into the small yard where an old green house sat along with a tool shed which had a padlock on it. The only thing of interest was the old withered tree which had grown twisted, reminding me of something terrifying. I went to the tree and touched it blackened bark before words slipped between my lips.
"Darkened by evil of humanity, the world falls to pieces on the soft sand which we walk so carelessly, never noticing the slivers which stick into our flesh. Our hearts filled with greed and rage. We are nothing but the creations of the Devil, his word poisoning our minds, thinking it of the word of God who stands by, watching as we destroy what he had created. We are evil, the very essence of the word and no amount of good shall redeem us." I shook my head and sighed as I leaned against the tree. "Mother of Earth, forgive the darkness which man had done unto you and your children."
I heard footsteps and looked to see Jayce now dressed in a pair of dark slacks and a cream colored sweater. His blue eyes showed amusement. It was if he had heard me speak to the old tree.
"H-Hello." I said sheepishly as he continued to approach. He stopped a foot or two from me, looking me over quickly.
"Do you think so poorly of humanity? And why?" Jayce asked tilting his head to the left, his eyes now locking with mine.
"I have every right to think so of humanity. We have destroyed everything with our creations and our wants." I said, "I'm just very opened minded to the truth, that's all. You may not agree, and that's perfectly acceptable."
"Hmmm. Well, we never discriminate against freedom of expression, so do not feel judged by us." Jayce said with a small crooked smile. "And apologize for disturbing you. I just found your words of some interest."
"That's a first." I murmured and sighed, "It's fine, I'm kind of glad you did. I must look silly talking to that tree." I looked up at it and then gazed back to Jayce.
"I've seen worse." That's all Jayce said before he walked past me and climbed up into the tree bare foot.
I watched him climb up into the tree and rest himself upon a branch. I was tempted to go up myself, but I preferred to make sure myself destruction was kept to a minimum here.
Seating myself at the base of the tree, I softly hummed 'Sex and candy' by Marcy playground since it was the last song I heard in the car on my way here with my dad. It was silent with the exception of my humming for awhile before I heard Jayce sigh.
"Oh boys!" I heard Ellen call out and paused before looking over to Ellen and the twins. "Let's play a fun game!" I noticed the bottle in Ellen's hand and groaned, knowing what was to come.
"Dammit." Jayce muttered before he landed on the ground without a sound. He looked down to me and rolled his eyes. "Come on. We have no choice really." He obviously wasn't excited about this. Nor was I.
We all went into the house and up to the girls' room where we all sat. The decorations and everything in the room were brightly colored, which I was thankful for.
"Okay Mai, you go first, then Kimberly, then Damian, my brother and finally me." Ellen said smiling brightly as she set the bottle on the floor.
Mai took hold of the bottle and spun it. We all watched as it slowed and pointed at Jayce.
"Ha ha Jayce. You've got to kiss Mai." Ellen laughed before sticking her tongue out at him before Jayce leaned over to Mai and pecked her lightly upon the lips.
I watched and grinned a little, amused by how silly it all seemed now.
Kimberly spun the bottle and yet again we watched it slow, pointing at Ellen this time.
"Ooh. Kinky." Mai giggled and put a hand over her mouth to muffle it.
"You know it!" Kimberly said before kissing Ellen quickly. "Now your turn Damian!" She clapped her hand together quickly in excitement.
"Okay, okay." I said before spinning the bottle hard, just to give me time. I had never really kissed anyone, so I wanted to give myself time to prepare for it.
I heard the girls all giggle as the bottle pointed at Jayce. Poor guy. Twice now, and this second time was my fault.
I looked at Jayce who gazed back at me before he moved his face close to mine, lips brushing against one another's before he kissed me softly. I couldn't help but to lean in closer, my lips pressing harder against his before I felt his hand on the back of my head, his fingers tangling into my hair.
It seemed to end all too quickly for me. I blinked and felt my face fluster brightly as the girls continued to giggle.
Jayce seemed unaffected by it, but me, I felt my heart beat in my ears and my face was hot still as I looked down at the bottle. Hopefully what happened here, stayed here in this moment.
"Jayce, your turn." Ellen said smiling, holding back her giggles now.
"Sure." Jayce said with a small sigh and took his turn.
By the end of the game, everyone kissed everyone, but I had kissed Jayce twice because Ellen then accused me of being gay, which I was not. Still, Jayce didn't seem to mind kissing me or anyone else. It was like it was natural for him.
"Okay. You aren't gay." Ellen shrugged and stuck her tongue out at me.
"Thank you very much." I said and rubbed the back of my neck, glancing at the digital clock. "Hmmm. I should get to bed."
"Why?!" The twins asked in unison. "It's only eight-thirty."
"So? Is a man not allowed to rest when he is tired?" I asked raising an eyebrow at them. I watched them sigh and fold their arms across their chests.
"You have to stay up later tomorrow night."
I nodded, "Sure. That works I guess." Getting to my feet, I brushed myself off. "Well, good night all of you. I hope you enjoy the rest of the evening." I then proceeded to make my way out of the attic and down to the basement where I then changed out of my clothes and dropped them at the foot of the cot, leaving on only my boxers. I turned of the light and crawled onto the cot and pulled the blanket up. I expected my pillow and blanket to smell musty, but they smelled of lavender.
I stayed up awhile longer as I thought over the kisses I had with Jayce and touched my lips with my finger tips. Why did I feel so giddy over it? It was just a kiss. . . . from a guy.
"God, I hope she isn't right." I murmured into the darkness, but something inside me laughed and told me she was. I bit my lower lip, but I could taste Jayce's. It was a sweet taste, like sugar, except sweeter than that.
I pushed the thought from my mind and rolled over so my back was to the room. I closed my eyes and finally was able to drift into a deep, dreamless slumber.
"Damian. Get up." A monotonic voice said as my shoulder was shaken.
I let out a groan and rolled over. "Not now mom. Besides, you should be able to find your own damn pills." I murmured, half awake. I then felt a sharp pain run through the back of my head and down my spine.
"Up." The voice said again.
I looked up, holding the back of my head, glaring actually, only to see Jayce standing above me. "What the hell? Was it necessary to hit me?" I barked at him as I forced myself up.
"Get use to it." Jayce said folding his arms across his chest. "If you aren't going to awake the first time, then I'm going to hit you until you do."
I rolled my eyes, "Thanks for being so nice." My voice was sarcastic as I spoke and sighed. I shouldn't complain though, at least he hadn't stabbed me in my sleep.
"Mrs. Grimmsworth would like to speak with you in her office once you're dressed and filled with breakfast." Jayce said before he turned and walked off.
I noticed he was dressed in a light blue T-shirt and a pair of jeans that were worn in the knees.
I wondered when our schooling would begin here at Silverton Home, but until then, I would enjoy the freedom I had until then. Slipping out of bed once Jayce was gone from the basement, I stripped off my boxers and opened the drawers in my dressers and dressed for the day in a dark red long sleeve shirt with a black T-shirt over that and a pair of dark wash skinny jeans before pulling on a pair of gray socks and went upstairs, heading for the kitchen. I realized I didn't know where Mrs. Grimmsworth's office was.
"Good morning!" The twins sang as I walked into the dinning room. They wore green plaid dresses and pulled their curly hair into ponytails. They sat eating eggs, bacon, toast, and had glasses of orange juice.
"Morning." I said in return and seated myself next to Ellen who was wearing a short violet tank top that showed her stomach and a black mini-skirt. She was in the process of eating a bite of waffle. She waved hi to me as she chewed her food.
Chuckling, I nodded to her and filled my plate with eggs, bacon and a single waffle before pouring myself a glass of milk from the silver pitcher.
I looked around and raised an eyebrow, "Where's Jayce?" I asked before spearing my eggs with a fork and took a bite.
"He's speaking with Mrs. Grimmsworth right now, but he'll be here shortly." Mai said before glancing over to Kimberly.
"Why would you like to know? Do you want to kiss him again?" She teased me and giggled along with Mai.
I rolled my eyes and swallowed my food. "If I wanted to kiss him don't you think I would have already done so today?" I asked and picked up a piece of bacon.
"Yes, you would have." I froze as I heard Jayce's voice behind me before he came into view as he seated himself where he had sat last night. His blue eyes glued to my face, causing me to blush and look down at my plate and continued to eat silently.
"Aww, does somebody have a crush?" Ellen teased putting a hand on my shoulder.
"I'm not gay!" I shook my head and looked over to her, only to stick my tongue out at her.
"You're not gay, but you never said anything about not being bisexual!" Ellen giggled and pecked my cheek lightly.
I felt terrified at the idea. Dammit, she could be right about that part. "Hmph." I went back to eating and said nothing to anyone else as I wolfed down my breakfast and picked up my dishes. "I’ll help put breakfast away when I'm finished talking with Mrs. Grimmsworth." I walked off to the kitchen and rinsed off my dishes and left them in the sink to be washed. I left the kitchen through the door that lead out into the hall and went up the stairs, guessing it would be on the second floor. It took me several minutes to finally find it, but I didn't hesitate to go inside.
"Ah, finally you arrive Mr. Williams." Mrs. Grimmsworth before gesturing to the leather chair that sat before her desk. "Can you tell me what happened last night in the attic?"
I suddenly felt fear shot through me and was quick to seat myself ready to collapse. "W-Well, the girls wanted to play spin the bottle with Jayce and I, so we did and everybody ended up kissing everyone once the game was over." He said, leaving out the details and made it short and sweet.
"Hmmm." Getting to her feet, Mrs. Grimmsworth walked around her desk and sat on it so she was in front of me. "Did you like kissing Jayce?" She asked as she laced her fingers together.
I looked up at her piercing green eyes and shook my head. "No. I do not." I said, hiding my fear. This woman was older and probably wasn't open to the whole idea of same-sex relationships. Not that it mattered since Jayce and I certainly weren't going to be in a relationship.
"Alright. You're free to go then." Mrs. Grimmsworth said getting off her desk and moved to the window. I felt the atmosphere change to something more gleeful, but that only strengthened my fear. I got up and left Mrs. Grimmsworth's office and rushed down the hall and back downstairs.
I heard the girls in the kitchen, which made me thankful as I escaped down to the basement and grabbed up my journal. I sat upon my cot and opened the leather cover before finding a fresh page and began to jot everything down about yesterday and today.
"What are you up to?" Jayce's voice sounded, but it was curious.
My eye shifted over to where Jayce laid on his cot and shook my head. "N-Nothing." I said and put down a few more words before closing the book and set it aside. Only to find Jayce had moved from his cot over to mine. He seated himself next to me and looked at me.
"Okay." His voice was soft now as we gazed upon each other, feeling myself lean in close to him.
Jayce pulled me into him, our lips meeting once again, but in a deep kiss. My heart fluttered insanely as he pinned me to the wall, which my cot sat against. I pressed myself against him, but that made him pull away.
"Why'd you lie?" He asked breathlessly as he stared into my eyes which darted away from his.
"Because I was afraid." I whispered as my head turned away. I felt his lips brush against my neck before he let go of me.
"That's understandable." He said and sighed softly.
Glancing over to him, I felt the need to kiss him again. "Really? Why are you afraid of her?" I quirked an eyebrow.
Jayce shook his head. "Rejection and disowning me." He got off my cot and went back over to his. "Hmm. Well, I'm going back to bed." He curled up beneath the blankets completely, and shortly after I heard him snore softly.
I looked down at the floor and chewed the inside of my cheek before I hopped up and went upstairs. I decided it wouldn't hurt to hang out with the girls and learn something about my roomie who wasn't helping with the whole kissy and weird feelings thing.
"There you are!" Ellen giggled and hugged me as I stepped out of the basement. "I thought you and Jayce might be kissing." Apparently she wasn't going to let me get away so easy with kissing Jayce.
"Well you might have been smooching on the twins so I thought I came looking for you." I shot back at her. That seemed to cause the girls to pause for a moment before they giggled.
"You dirty, dirty boy you." The twins said together, which was freaky.
Ellen ruffled my hair. "Well, you'd only like to catch us doing so." She then patted my head. "Come on, we're going to watch scary movies and we need a brave man like yourself to cuddle with in case we get scared." She took hold of my arm and looked up at me from under her eyelashes which she soon batted.
"Sounds good." I said nodding. Sure. I could watch a few scary movies and use the female attention, might set me right again.
"Yay!" The three cheered before they dragged me into the living room where a large forty-two inch TV sat on a small flat entertainment table with a VCR and a DVD player.
"Let's watch Stay Alive!" Ellen said jumping up and down with excitement.
Mai and Kimberly looked to each other grinning brightly and nodded quickly. "Yeah! Yeah!" They said before they pulled me onto the couch.
Throughout the movie, the girls screamed and cuddled against me, all doing a good job of acting scared, but I knew they weren't really afraid.
Yeah, the movie was scary, but not a scream every five seconds scary. Any who, we watched several more movies after that before Jayce finally came upstairs and found us in the living room. He sat himself next to me since Mai had gone to the bathroom and Kimberly had gone to make popcorn. Ellen watched her brother and I closely as we sat there waiting for the twins to return.
"I'm back!" Mai announced herself and giggled. "Ooh. Look who's finally awake." She plopped down on the other side of me and rested her head upon my shoulder. "I wonder where Kimberly is going to sit." She giggled abit more and looked down to Ellen who was holding onto my legs.
I felt so uncomfortable right now, and I certainly didn't want to look over to Jayce since I didn't know what to expect. When I finally did, I noticed he wasn't at all affected by them cuddling on me like monkeys. Perhaps he knew he already had me, or maybe he was good at hiding his envy.
“Where’s Kimberly?” Jayce asked raising an eyebrow at his sister and Mai. His gaze had not fallen upon me, which I was thankful for, but oddly hurt for some reason.
I glanced over to the doorway only to find Kimberly standing there with a bowl of popcorn. Speak of the devil and he shall appear, but in this case it wasn’t the devil.
“I’m right here silly.” Kimberly went over to Mai and sat upon her sister’s lap. The twins smiled together and looked towards the TV screen. “Press play Ellen!” Kimberly giggled.
I felt cluster phobic at the moment and got up. “I’m just going outside. You guys can watch the movie.” I said feeling all of their eyes upon me as I left the room and stepped out the front door onto the creaky porch. I saw the rocking chair that sat next to the door and seated myself in it, sighing heavily before my eyes closed.
It was only a short time later when I felt lips softly on my neck, gently kissing my skin, which made me quietly moan. The feeling stopped shortly after and all I heard was giggling.
My eyes flickered open to see three faces. I jumped and caused the rocking chair to fall back, smacking my head on the flooring of the porch.
"Hmmm. I'd be scared if I saw their faces too." I looked up to see Jayce before he leaned down and pulled me to my feet so that our bodies we almost touching. His eyes stared into mine for a long time, my lips craving to touch his in a passionate kiss.
I stopped and shook my head a little to clear my thoughts. I just met this guy and I already wanted to jump the gun with him. I glanced over to the girls who continued to giggle and sighed.
"Okay you three. You've had your fun, now scatter." I said folding my arms across my chest. I narrowed me eyes at them before they went into the house, softly speaking to one another.
My eyes flickered to Jayce, "Why were you kissing my neck?" I asked him, jumping to conclusions as usual.
"Me? That was Ellen." Jayce said, his expression was blank as he stared at me with his misty blue eyes. I felt my face fluster as he told me Ellen had did it. "Besides, if it was me who had done it, then it would feel like this."
He moved a hand to the right side of my neck as his lips pressed against the left side before I felt him lightly suck upon the skin before kissing it again.
I purred as my hands placed themselves lightly upon his chest before sliding them up and intwined with his hair, pulling him closer before gasping as he bit my neck hard.
There suddenly was the sound of the door opening and footsteps onto the porch. Jayce had been quick to jerk away from me and stared at the person behind me.
I looked over my shoulder to see Mrs. Grimmsworth standing there, a dark fury was clearly seen in her sharp green eyes.
"My office now. The both of you." Her tone sent chills up my spine, knowing this wasn't going to be any good.
Jayce and I made our way into the house and up the stairs, wondering what she was going to do. Was she going to beat us? Or what? Well, I didn't want to know really since I wasn't a fan of thinking of that kind of stuff.
Reaching her office, Jayce and I stood against the wall next to the door as Mrs. Grimmsworth went to her desk and rummaged around a bit before pulling out a ring of keys. She then tossed them to Jayce.
"Hopefully you know where your little boyfriend goes." She hissed looking at me though she spoke to Jayce. "And don't dare taint my grandson with your evil ways."
I blinked in confusion before Jayce grabbed my arm and pulled me out of the office. My heart quickened in my chest as I followed him, my feet not wanting to move towards where ever we were going.
"J-Jayce? What did she mean? Where are we going?" I asked stammering, panicked as we moved down the hall in silence since Jayce did not respond to my questions. "Jayce? Jayce?" I asked again and stopped and pulled my arm away.
"Don't make this more of a problem than it really is." Jayce suddenly barked at me as he spun on his heels, looking at me with an enraged spark in his eyes, but I knew it wasn't anger towards me.
"Jayce. . ." My voice was barely above a whisper before his lips pressed hard against mine, pinning me to a wall, using his body to hold me there.
Our lips were kissing wildly as our arms pulled each other closer until our bodies could come together any further. His lips broke away from mine as he kissed along my jaw line and then down the front of my throat as his hands slid under my shirt, causing me to gasp at his icy touch.
A soft whimper escaped me as he lightly nipped at the skin that was above the collar of my shirt.
"Oh my gosh!" I heard the twins cry out in surprise, but Jayce continued to feel my bare chest that lay beneath my shirts, his lips pressing to where he had bitten me.
"J-Jayce." I said before he stopped and looked over to the twins who were in the hall with us, Ellen standing behind them now. She must have joined them shortly after they made their presence known.
I blushed furiously as they just stared at us, in shock. I slinked away from Jayce's grasp and walked in the direction Jayce had pulled me in moments ago.
"Hey! Where do you think you're going?" Ellen called out and pushed past her brother to grab my arm. "You aren't just going to walk away without apologizing to me for lying." She giggled.
"Well, your brother and I were actually headed somewhere before we got distracted." I said, trying to escape her now, wishing I had just followed Jayce.
The older boy pulled me from his sister, "Not now Ellen, later you can talk to him." His voice was bleak still as he began to drag me down the hall again.
"Oh. Okay." Ellen said a little confused but just let us go before I heard her chirping to the twins about how she had been correct.
After awhile, we came to a steel door which Jayce unlocked and pushed me inside.
"I'm sorry." He said before shutting the door.
I heard a ‘click’ as Jayce locked the door and left me in the pitch black of the room. I began to feel my way around, but there wasn't any where to move. There was about a two x two foot space to walk. I felt my throat close up as I realized that I was trapped and began to bang on the door.
"Jayce! Jayce!" I screamed in panic, "Ellen! Mai! Kimberly!" I continued to bang on the door until I collapsed against the wall and slid down it, my breath quick as I started to rock back and forth, trying to calm myself which seemed to fail. I had no idea when I was getting out of here, but I hoped it was soon.
By the time the door opened, I had gone through a whole process of thought which finally set my mind upon the decision that I wouldn't do anything to get myself back into this place again, even if it cost the bit of happiness I felt with Jayce. It was probably better for me anyways.
"Alright Mr. Williams, you can come out now." Mrs. Grimmsworth said as she stood in front of the open door.
I nodded and crawled out of the closet before forcing myself to my feet, my knees weak beneath me.
"Good, now go join the others for dinner." Dinner? Had it really been that long?
"Thank you Mrs. Grimmsworth." My voice wasn't very loud, but it was to where she could still hear me. My feet then carried me down the hall and the stairs and into the dinning room which was in uproar when I entered, taking my seat.
I could feel Jayce's eyes upon me as I sat there, staring at my plate, not really hungry. I looked at the salmon, salads, and all else that was served with dinner.
"Are you okay?" Jayce asked me so that only I could hear.
I nodded my head in response and said nothing before my eyes met his, I saw the pain that suddenly showed itself in his eyes. I knew he didn't want to put me in that closet, but he had done so only because he did not want worse for me.
I looked away, "I'm going to head to bed, see all of you tomorrow." I said to everyone and got back up to my feet, heading out of the dinning room and down to the basement where I peeled off my shirts and jeans before laying in my cot, pulling up the blankets over my head.
It seemed silent except the sounds of people moving about upstairs, their voices carrying about carelessly. My eyes closed as I began to count softly until I heard the place go dead quiet.
I soon heard Jayce descend the stairs into the basement and move over to his cot where I listen to him shuffle about before he got in his own cot. I expected for him to begin snoring, but I didn't even hear that.
Peeking my head out, I looked over to Jayce's cot, only to see him sitting up and staring in my direction. He raised a hand and motioned me over to him.
I thought about it for a moment and shook my head before pulling the blanket back over my head again. I didn't want to get into any more trouble.
It remained silent for a few minutes until I felt my blankets move and a cold body pressed against mine. My eyes looked at Jayce who just made himself comfortable in my small cot which was just big enough for both of us surprisingly.
"Jayce, what are you doing? We're going to get in trouble again." I hissed at him, my heart picking up because he was so close to me.
"I don't care." He responded before putting his arms around my waist, his lips grazing over my neck. I slightly trembled with excitement in his grasp.
"Please," I begged, "Don't get me put away again." I saw the look of defeat on his face. Guilt swept over me and I looked away from him, knowing it wasn't much help.
"Fine." Jayce let go of me and started to get out of my bed before I grabbed him. He looked at me with a bit of a grin, but I knew it was the darkness getting to me. Jayce never smiled from what I knew.
He moved on top of me and kissed me gently upon the lips. At this point, I didn't care that we had only known each other for a short while, I just wanted to be with him, and I knew he wanted the same.
His skin was cold against mine, but perhaps it was just me. His hands were careful as they moved up my torso and up my neck, resting on the sides of my face.
He pulled away and looked down at me. "See, it's not all bad." He whispered before his lips returned to mine, kissing me hard this time. . . .
"Good morning sunshine." My eyes opened to see Jayce fully dressed and standing above me, holding a book in hand, and ready to whack me with it if I didn't wake up the first time.
"Keeping to your word, eh?" I asked before moving a bit and ended up wincing in pain. "Ow my-"
"Morning!" Ellen chirped before I could finish speaking. She ran over to my cot and jumped upon me, making me yelp since she kneed me in the rear even though it was already in enough pain. "Oops. Sorry." She giggled and hugged me before getting off.
"Ellen, go away so Damian can get dressed and join us for breakfast." Jayce said and set the book aside before taking hold of his sister and pushed her towards the stairs. "Now go tell the twins to make Damian an omelet." He said before turning back to me.
Ellen sighed and ran up the stairs, leaving me and Jayce alone.
I looked up at the older boy and sat myself up, biting my lower lip hard. I needed a bag of frozen peas to sit on or something.
"Sorry about tearing ya up like that last night," Jayce said as he walked over to me and kissed my forehead. "Well, hurry up and get dressed. I'll meet you in the foyer, but don't let Mrs. Grimmsworth find out about what happened." He ruffled my hair before he too left the basement.
Getting to my feet, I walked over to my dresser and pulled out a pair of silky black boxers and pulled them on before rummaging through my dresser and found myself white skinny jeans and neon paint splattered white tee.
I soon joined Jayce in the foyer before heading into the dinning room with him. The others sat in their seats, including Mrs. Grimmsworth who eyed me carefully.
"Sleep well Mr. Williams?" Mrs. Grimmsworth asked as both Jayce and I took our seats. I nearly let my pain show as I sat but nodded.
"Of course. I took you slept pleasantly as well, seeing how lovely you appear today." I falsely grinned at her and looked down to the omelet that set upon my plate. I picked up my fork and cut a piece and ate it. "Mmmmm."
The twins grinned, "We're glad you like it!" They said in unison and giggled together.
"Yes. It's very delicious girls." Mrs. Grimmsworth looked over to me before she got to her feet. "Well, I must go back to work because tomorrow is when we begin schooling and I cannot afford to fall behind." She picked up her plate before heading into the kitchen.
Jayce looked over to me and winked before he glanced over to his sister.
"Shall we play spin the bottle later?" He asked with a bright grin, something that held me in awe. He was beautiful when he smiled.
"Of course!" The twins shouted before Ellen could give a response.
I looked at Jayce and blinked before my heart began to beat wildly in my chest, knowing that he wanted to kiss me in front of the girls. Why’d he have to go and ask if they wanted to play that game? Perhaps he just wanted to embarrass me a little.
“Well, I’d like that. We will have much fun playing too, especially if you got to kiss Damian again.” Ellen giggled to her brother before she looked at me and paused. “On second thought, let’s play truth or dare instead.” I saw the evil which hid deep with in the pupils of her eyes.
“Wonderful. How about after you girls finish up with dishes and putting away breakfast?” Jayce asked as his elbows rested on the table with his chin sitting upon his laced fingers. “And we’ll play in the greenhouse this time.”
I didn’t know what they were up to exactly, but I didn’t like the idea of having them agree on a game which could get me locked in that closet again.
When breakfast was over and down with, the girls began to clean up while Jayce and I headed out to the old greenhouse.
“Why do the girls always put away the leftovers and do the dishes?” I asked him, my brown eyes tinted red as the sunlight hit them.
“Ah, well, Mrs. Grimmsworth is like a woman of the fifties, in fact, she is really.” Jayce said as his eyes examined mine before he gently kissed me cheek. “Your eyes are rather dazzling Damian, like jewels.”
I flustered brightly and smiled sheepishly. He really found them dazzling? Strange, but I would not question him for he had complimented me.
Our heads turned towards the house where the girls began to rush out towards us, looking like they were going to see a circus or something of the sort, which was slightly terrifying.
“Why did you agree to play truth or dare with them? You do know they’re going to dare us to do things that could get one of us stuck in that closet, well, likely get me stuck in there again.” I folded my arms across my chest as I spoke and waited for a response.
Jayce stared at me for a moment and just shook his head silently.
Ellen and the twins soon stood with us before we all seated ourselves, but Jayce pulled me into my lap, which made me blush like crazy, but the girls just giggled at us.
“Who’s going first?” Mai asked looking over to Ellen.
The game went on for an hour. It had all been innocent and nothing like having me make out with Jayce, which would have been extremely embarrassing.
Soon it was Ellen's turn, and It eyed her carefully as a grin came upon her face. You know, the kind that says, 'I'm going to ruin your life forever'. That kind.
"Jayce, Truth or Dare?" Ellen asked.
I continued to watch her, my gut screaming at me that this wasn't going to be any good.
"I dare you to do something sexual with Damian. Right here. Right now." Ellen's grin grew wider as he brother looked over to me with a small smirk.
"Oh no." I muttered under my breath before Jayce's lips met mine as he pinned me to the ground. Okay, kissing that wasn't so ba-.
I felt one of his hands slide into my pants and under my boxers before feeling him playing with me, causing a small moan to escape me.
After a split second, I turned my head away and looked to Ellen, well, glared at her.
"I'm so going to get you baaaa~" I broke off into a long, pleased moan as Jayce pulled my shirt up as far as it would go before he began to bite the exposed skin on my chest. My hips began to move a little as he worked me, making me moan louder. I could hear ringing in my ears and giggling as the girls sat there watching as Jayce practically molested me since it was against my will. Wait. Does willingness count before or after the sexual activity begins? Besides. from what I learned last night, Jayce was much stronger than I so trying to fight him off would be useless, and he had a hold of me.
When all was done and over with, Jayce licked his hand clean before kissing me on the corner of my lips.
"Good boy." He purred into my ear so no one else heard before he pulled away and looked over to Ellen. "I think Damian and I are done playing."
"We're done too." The twins said. I could feel their eyes upon me as I laid there, staring at the ceiling of the greenhouse embarrassed and hurt. I was too upset to speak right now. What was this? A game to him?
Getting to my feet, I left without a word and headed towards the house. I didn't want to talk to anyone right now until I was able to find some dignity left in me.
Rushing down to the basment, I crawled onto my cot and pulled the blanket over my head like I had last night, feeling violated.
I soon heard footsteps upon coming down the stairs before they stopped once they touch the concrete.
"I'm sorry Damian, I didn't mean to hurt you like this." I heard Jayce say before I scoffed and remained under my blankets. I bet he and Ellen had planned this earlier this morning when I was sleeping.
"Save your lies, you jerk." I snapped at him and rolled over so my back was to the room. It was getting kinda stuff under my blankets, but I didn't care.
"My lies? I'm not lying Damian." I listened as Jayce approached the bed and sat upon the edge of it, pulling my blankets down to reveal my head. "Damian? Please, forgive me." His voice was soft, but I could hear the hurt and the sincererity in it.
I looked over my shoulder at him. A thought came to mind, and it was a rather depressing one.
"Jayce, do you even love me?" I saw the sudden surprise on his face which then turned discomfort. Nothing needed to be said after that. "Go away. I don't even want to look at you right now." I hissed before pulling the blankets back over my head to hide the fact that tears had started building up in my eyes. I would have asked why I was crying over a guy I barely knew, but I had given him something that I could never get back. He had stolen my innocence from me, leaving my all broken and shattered now. I thought he cared, but he didn't.
"I-If that what you think is best." Jayce said barely above a whisper before I felt the pressure on the edge of my cot go away before I heard him go upstairs.
Once I knew he was gone, I began to cry into my pillow, making sure no one could hear me.
"Hey, Damian." I heard a voice say to me before my eyes opened and I looked up to see one of the twins.
"What time is it?" I asked and yawned before taking a second look at the girl and noticed she was wearing a white blouse with a gray uniform jacket which had a capital 'S' and 'H' inside a crest with a white, black, and gray plaid skirt with small colored schemed knee high socks and black dress shoes.
"Uh, what the hell?" I quirked an eyebrow at her in confusion.
"You slept the rest of the day away yesterday and now today is anew and it's time for you to get up, dress and get something to eat before schooling starts." The twin said, "Oh, and hurry up because Mai and Ellen want to talk to you about Jayce and what happened yesterday." She laid a black bag on my bed before she turned and dashed up the stairs.
Getting out of bed, I opened the bag to find a gray suit which matched Kimberly's uniform. I unwilling put it on and went upstairs to the foyer where the girls stood in a circle, softly speaking to one another. They stopped once they saw me and fell silent, looking at my suit.
"You look nice." Ellen said before her eyes met mine. I knew she wanted to talk about Jayce, but I didn't even want to hear his name right now.
"Thanks." Mai and Ellen wore the same attire as Kimberly. "I-I think I'm just going to head into the dinning room and eat something," I weakly smiled at them before heading into the dinning room and sat down, my eyes glancing up at the other being in the room who so happened to be Jayce. I noticed he didn't even look up at me. He just stared at his empty plate which sat before him.
"I love you." He said softly, his misty blue eyes looked into mine. I felt the tears threatening to show themselves as I saw his sorrow.
"Don't." I said shaking my head and looked away. "Don't lie to me."
I heard his chair move back before he got up and moved over to where I sat and pulled me from my chair and into his arms gently.
"I would never lie to you." He whispered into my ear, but I was too heart broken to even move.
"Shut up." I choked out, "Just shut up you lying b*****d." I looked up to see his eyes staring at me, a small frown on his lips.
"You don't mean it." He said as a tear ran down his face. "You don't mean it." He said again before his arms fell limp at his sides. "You. . . ." He stopped himself before turning away and went back over to his chair, sitting down again and stared at the plate. I saw a movement from the corner of my eyes and saw the girls standing there, watching us.
Turning, I pushed pass the girls and left the house through the front door, only getting as far as the end of the drive way before I stopped, bursting into tears. I didn't know why I was crying over Jayce again. He was so meaningless to me. Oh, who was I kidding? In our very brief time together, I had fallen head over heels faster than you could blink an eye. Jayce. I loved him and I didn't know why, but part of me didn't care.
"What's wrong child?" I heard Mrs. Grimmsworth say as she rested a hand on my shoulder, causing me to turn and face her.
"I-I'm just abit homesick, that's all." I lied and wiped away my tears, sniffling alittle. "Sorry, I suppose I'm not use to being away from home." Actually, I was use to being away from home, which was the one place I hated deeply.Besides, I wasn’t convinced that she was one to really care about this kind of thing.
“It’s understandable.” Mrs. Grimmsworth paused for a moment and eyed me carefully. “Well, best make sure you have everything taken care of before classes start because you shall not be excused from any of them until lunch time.” She patted my shoulder lightly before she walked off towards the house, disappearing inside.
I suppose this meant I had to go say something to Jayce before the whole day got extremely awkward because of what happened recently. Pushing myself onward towards the house unwillingly, I thought over what I would say and had it all laid out before me, but as soon as I found myself in the foyer where Jayce so happened to be by his lonesome, all of it faded away.
“Jayce. . .” I said softly and stepped towards him, wanting to just slap him or maybe hold him tightly. “I’m so sorry for what I said earlier.” I stopped two feet from him and looked at him for awhile. His misty blue eyes gazed up at me, but they held no emotion in them. “Forgive me, please.”
My eyes darted to the floor before I waited with my eyes now closed, waiting for him to say no and then storm off, but I felt his arms wrap around me, pulling me to him.
“Always.” And that all he said to me before he tilted my head up so that our lips met, lightly touching, but he pulled away all too quickly. His buried his face into my neck and took a deep breath, the air he released from deep with in his chest was actually warm upon my skin.
Letting out a soft purr, I wrapped my arms around him in return. My dark brown eyes looked around the room to find it empty. It was just us.
“I love you too.” I finally whispered to him, smiling brightly. The words that had come from my lips sent a chill down my spine, but it was one of excitement. I never really uttered these words to anyone else. They had a special meaning, but they were so over used these days, so I only said it when I meant it. Jayce was the only one I could ever love and I wanted to be with him from this day forward. I didn’t care who he was. If he was psycho or a murder, I wouldn’t care.
"Wow. It's like gay fest all over again."I heard Ellen say before I pulled away from Jayce and looked at her, opening my mouth to speak but she held a hand up. "Yeah. Yeah.You're not gay and I'm a man." She rolled her eyes and sat upon the top step.
"I wasn't going to disagree, but that works." I shurgged before chuckling abit. "And I'm guessing Mrs. Grimmsworth is waiting for us, right?" Though I spoke to the woman shortly, she seemed to be quick about her duties.
"Uh, yeah." Ellen said before jumping to her feet. "And hurry up before you piss her off." With that, Ellen turned and ran off.
I looked at Jayce and kissed him upon the lips before taking his cold hand in mine.
"C'mon before Mrs. Grimmsworth thinks I'm tainting you again." I scoffed before pulling him along. He seemed strangely silent, but I guess he had nothing to say.
"Wait." Jayce said once we stood outside the classroom which wasn't hard to find. I looked at him, raising an eyebrow in wonder as to what he had to say.
"Yeah?" I asked before he pinned me up to the wall, kissing the side of my neck. "Jayce?" I said before feeling his hand move into my pants. I gripped his arm. "No, not now." I slipped away from him and folded my arms across my chest. "Besides, after yesterday, I don't think I should even talk to you, but here I am anyways."
Jayce looked at me and frowned a little.
"So no play before being trapped with a bunch of women for a few hours?" He asked tilting his head to the side like a confused puppy. And the look in his eyes made me want to go over to him and allow him to do whatever he wanted to me, but I shook my head.
"Nope. No play." I said and pointed to the classroom. "We have class anyways." I didn't give him a second to respond before heading into the room.
Mrs. Grimmsworth sat behind a cherry wood desk infront of a black board, empty desks sat in the room, about eight or ten with three of them preoccupied by Ellen and the twins who were all quietly talking to one another. I looked around the room and noticed that there were posters for math, English, and science up on the wall except the one wall which was lined with window that were opened, the sun shining into the class.
"Took you long enough boys." Mrs. Grimmsworth said before gesturing us towards the desks. "Take a seat and we'll begin with a small activity to get to know one another better." Great. What part of me did Jayce not know? Well, if we're speaking personality wise then yeah, he didn't know me too well.
Taking my seat in the back, I watched as Jayce sat himself beside me, the girls sitting infront of us, except Ellen who sat infront of one of the twins since the desks were in two rows.
The twins turned towards us with smiles upon their faces.
"So, about yesterday," One of them began before the other started.
"Do you guys do anything else besides that?" I felt my face fluster as my heart picked up.
"Of course we do." Jayce said with a smirk and leaned forward on his desk, "But the question is, what can you two do?"
The girls slapped him at the same time, a look of disgust upon their faces.
"Pig." They said together and turned towards the front again.
My eyes flickered over to my lover to see him rubbing his cheeks which had hand prints upon them now. I frowned a little, but he did deserve it, and his question was a little gross.
"Mr. Williams. Care to start us off?" Mrs. Grimmsworth said looking at me. "Come on now, we don't bite." Yeah right.
I stood up. "Err. . . . what are we doing?" I asked looking down shamefully and embarrassed.
"We're sharing abit about ourselves, like our childhood and a few other things." Mrs. Grimmsworth said, standing as if she was becoming irritated.
"Oh. Okay." I rubbed the back of my neck alittle nervous. Childhood? I could do that. "Umm, well, I was born sixteen years and three days ago, My mother died giving birth and then my father has blamed me for her death." I nodded my head a bit in thought before continuing. "My dad has been a drunk since then and when I was ten, I did everything from pot to acid until I almost died trying crystal meth when I was fourteen. I've suffered from depression, but I managed to get over it." Shrugging I looked at the others. "Oh. And I really hate people who pry into my things without permission. It's just a pet peeve of mine." Sitting back down, I looked at the desk, feeling all of their eyes on me.
"Well, I'm sorry to hear much of that, but I assure things shall be better here." Mrs. Grimmsworth said before looking to the twins. "How about you girls go next?"
"Okay!" They said both jumping up. They cleared their throats and spoke together. "We grew up in France with our mother and father whom inherited a fortune from our grandmother Paulette Claire Pearl who passed away the year we were born." They looked at each other, and this time, only one of them spoke.
"Living in Paris was fantasic. Seeing all the runway shows, eating the fine food and all that, but we soon got bored with it and school was going to start so-"
"We came here to get an education and explore the world so different from our own." The other finished and the girls giggled before I heard them sit down.
"Thank you for sharing girls." Mrs. Grimmsworth said before she spoke again. "Jayce and Ellen, care to share with everyone?"
I saw Jayce stand from the corner of my eye and looked up at him then over to Ellen.
"I'll go first Jayce." Ellen said to him before turning to face us. "I'm a year younger than all of you, except Jayce who's two years older than me." She smiled at her brother, "Any who," Her gaze turned to us. "I spent most of my life living with my parents in Chicago, Illinois until my parents, Jayce and I got into an accident a few years back. Jayce and I made it out. I was perfectly fine, but Jayce had alittle head trama, cuts and bruises everywhere, but he was going to live." I saw her eyes dart down before looking back up. "Our parents were killed, so we lived with our grandmother who you may all know as Mrs. Grimmsworth. She's been very kind to us, and in return she asks us to do a few chores here and there. I'm glad that she decided to turn this place into a private school for only the few of us." She then turned around and seated herself, looking straight ahead at her grandmother who stared at Jayce.
"Hmm. Well, Ellen told you guys just about everything, but I suppose I get to throw a few things in the heck of it." Jayce folded his arms across his chest. "Before the accident, life was just about perfect. We were happy kids and had everything we wanted. We weren't rich or anything, but we weren't hard to please either. So, Ellen had her dolls and I had my video games and card collection. Life was never really exciting until people would start teasing my sister and I would take care of them for her so she would be left alone. She exceeded most other students and had been bumped up a grade while I purposely got held back. My sister had always been my only friend, the only person who I could talk to and not just have someone pity me." He glanced over to me before looking back at the class. "After the accident and when we came here, I kind of just lost myself in the pain and confusion. I sleep all day and do nothing but wander around, occasionally going into town and just wander about there. I've been told I'm wasting my time by dwelling, but that's my choice." He then seated himself and sighed. "So, let's continue with class."
"Alright." Mrs. Grimmsworth said. "Inside your desks you will find everything you'll need for the year. Pens, pencils, notebooks, and all that other fun stuff."
Class went on as if it were any other, but I spent my time comparing my life to everyone else's. Seems like Jayce got the short end of the stick. Ellen suffered the same as her brother, but she seemed lively and carried on with her life. But Jayce, he dwelled upon this greatly. Did. . . . . Did he even feel happy that I was with him? Or was he just using me? I looked down at the desk before hearing a bell.
Looking up, I saw the silver bell in Mrs. Grimmsworth's hand.
"Lunch time darlings." She said with a small smile. "Now head downstairs and into the dinning hall, I shall prepare a delicious meal."
I watched as the others got up and headed for the door. All of them began to chatter with one another, the twins spoke with Ellen, Mrs. Grimmsworth joining their chat.
Jayce paused at the door and looked at me, almost waiting. I sighed as I got to my feet and put my things away before joining him at the door, giving him a gentle kiss on the lips.
"Hey." I gave him a brief smile, if you even wanted to call it a smile. I noticed he frowned a little. "What? Did I say something wrong?" I asked suddenly feeling a panic for no reason.
"Oh. No, no. You just. . . " He sighed softly. "You look a bit spacey, that's all." He pressed his forehead to mine, staring into my eyes before smiling. "Can I have play time now?"
I chuckled softly and ran the tip of my tongue over his lips.
"Okay, but be gentle this time." I purred and let him lead me downstairs and to the basement where he locked to door and pushed me down onto my cot since it was closest. He crawled on top of me, pinning me down so that I laid upon my stomach. Great. I was going to end up having trouble sitting. Again.
Jayce pulled his pants back up, and button them up and zipped them as I laid there, breathing hard and enjoy the last moments of bliss before they faded. I was glad I hadn't been too loud this time.
Shifting about and sliding off the cot, I re-did my pants after I had put them back on. Unfortunately, my hair clung to my forehead from the sweat, but I suppose we could make up a lie so it didn't seem like we were up to anything.
"Mmm. I wish we had more time to ourselves." Jayce said getting up and wrapped his arms around my waist, holding me close to him. "I love the silly little noises you make." He brushed the tip of his nose up the side of me neck, making me tingle with excitement.
"I'm not the only noise maker." I chuckled and kissed his cheek, happy just to have him close. "I love you." I moved a hand to the side of his neck, nipping at him playfully. A fire of burning white desire for him grew in me, wanting to shove him onto my cot. I didn't mind him dominating me, but it wouldn't hurt to take control one of these times.
"Come on," Jayce said in a small whisper, "I think they might get suspicious." He chuckled softly and picked me up before carrying me up the stairs and set me down before unlocking the door and leading me out into the foyer.
I wondered if they were going to ask questions. hopefully they wouldn't and leave it be. We entered the dinning room, eyes quickly falling upon us.
"Did you get lost boys?" Ellen asked raising an eyebrow before bitting into her-what looked like-vegetarian pizza.
"No, we didn't get lost." I said and rubbed the back of my neck. "We were just down stairs wrestling abit, you know, we guys like to take out our emotions physically." Really smart Damian. Real smart. God, I sounded like an idiot.
The twins giggled, and that's all it took for me to figure out that they already knew. I sighed and sat down, my jaw slightly tightening as I did so. Jayce sat in his seat with a small smile upon his face as he saw me hold back my pain.
"Would you like some food? Mrs. Grimmsworth made an excellent meal." Mai said with a smile.
"Oh yes! It's much better than our cooking, you'd really like it." Kimberly chirpped. It was really weird watching this, but I smiled in return and nodded my head.
Mai jumped up and fixed my plate before handing it to me.
"There you go, and best hurry up." She said before adding, "You've got about five minutes til we have to go back to class."
"Hmm." So Jayce and I spent a whole fifty-five minutes together. "Okay." Picking up whatever this was, I took a bite and smiled a bit. It was delicious indeed. Normally I wasn't a fan over veggies, but this was surprisingly good.
After we all finished eating, we took our plates into the kitchen and the girls were quick to wash them. Jayce and I had gone out into the foyer for the some last minute kissing. Luckly, we didn't get caught and made it look as if we were chatting.
"Come, come." Mrs. Grimmsworth said as she passed us, heading up the stairs followed by the twins and Ellen. Jayce and I looked at each other before we headed up after them, following them to the classroom where our lessons began once again.
I sat out on the front porch, tired from the long hours of schooling. From six o' clock AM to Five o' clock PM. This was like schooling from Hell, except much nicer.
"Hey." Kimberly said as she came out and sat next to me, but Mai was quick to join us and sat on the other side. "So, what's the four one one?" she asked looking at me.
"Eh, four one one is directory assistance." I replied and chuckled a bit warily and then let out a great sigh. "But, if you're asking about me and Jayce, well, all I'm going to say is yes, we are together and I'm not going to deny it anymore."
"Well, that good that you can come to terms with that." Mai said and rested her head upon my left shoulder, Kimberly resting her head upon my right shoulder.
"I suppose." I murmured and looked at the girls. "If we ever have the chance, I should take you guys and Ellen shopping." I smiled brightly at them.
The twins laughed a abit and cuddled against me. It was odd in my opinion, but I didn’t mind too much. At least I didn’t have to worry about Jayce going bonkers over something silly as this.
“So, what are you gals chatting about?” I heard before feeling slender arms around my neck. I knew it was Ellen since Jayce’s arms were more loving when they held me.
“Shopping.” I said and grinned a little, guessing she was going to start teasing me about acting like a homosexual, which wouldn’t bother me much since I was willingly admitting it now.
“Oh good.” Ellen said before ruffling my hair. “I need to get new shoes and some more of that lip gloss that I like.” I couldn’t help but to ponder what Jayce was up to now.
“Where’s your brother?” I asked quirking an eyebrow at her in questioning.
“Oh, he’s ‘sleeping’.” Ellen made air quotations with her fingers as she said sleeping. I sighed as I rolled my eyes, knowing that she was still suspicious about her brother’s long naps. I didn't
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