A/N: Phew! Fifth attempt coming at you guys! A favorite reviewer of mine asked me to write this story so here it is! Just for you GirlOnTheSidelines and I hope you love this! Same for all of you guys reading this and as always, much love.
They were the eyes of a dead man. Audrey Tang was captivated by the sight of pale blue eyes as she peeked out of the red curtain that separated herself from the eager viewers that would soon be gazing upon a body that she had learned not to hate.
She had merely been looking at tonight’s crowd and mentally debating how much money she would be able to make if all went well when she had spotted the man sitting stiffly and awkwardly in the front of the crowd. Of course, there was nothing rather striking about him in her opinion.
There was a haughty tilt to his chin and his clothes were a bit strange, as if he had just stepped out of a shower and thrown on an old, nasty robe. But when she had nearly dismissed him, Audrey had glanced at the short, slightly wavy red hair and the freckles on his cheeks that glowed from the neon lights of the club and had smiled.
It had been odd but she’d thought he was a bit cuter before she’d flicked her gaze over his face, noticing the glasses on the bridge of his nose and she’d squinted a bit as he’d briefly looked around to catch their color.
They were pale blue eyes that had appeared haunted…glassy…dead.
Oddly, it had captivated her and she had been staring pointedly at him for the past ten minutes, unable to understand what had captured her attention so tightly. Perhaps it was because she had seen that expression before in her own face a few times but it wasn’t merely that…his entire posture suggested that he was inexperienced with the ways of the world.
Audrey would have to make sure she gave him a good dance to brighten his night.
Someone patted her on the butt just then and she turned uncomfortably around to see her manager leering at her a bit. “Ready?” he asked, his coarse face making her recoil. “Make sure you give them hell. There aren’t nearly enough in the audience tonight.”
Audrey nodded and moved away from him even as he stepped closer, his breath fogging over her face and making her raise her upper lip. “I’ll do my job and only
this job.” She said nastily.
Mr. Arnold Remmington had a certain respect for the girls that danced at his strip club but allowing them to leave the club, Bare Back, without having a sample was his real intention. Audrey had never liked him but she had been working at the club for the past three years and had always avoided his greasy palms on her skin, his lips on her hair. “If you want your job, you’ll get that attitude in check.” He said now.
Audrey thought that he would say more but he passed her by with a grunt as he shifted his large weight and as he walked away, she shuddered. It wasn’t necessarily cold in here though, the backstage area was very warm from various people and the heater always threatened to smear her perfect make-up but she ruefully noted that none of the men out there would care about her face.
As that thought washed over her, she heard the cue for her to go onto the stage and she flicked the fan in her hand open as she came out to loud cheers. “Bare Back is proud to present for your pleasure, The Bad Taste!” the DJ announced.
Many of the people in the crowd were regulars and they cheered for her as she started her routine, something that she had been working on for hours and hours for a month. Audrey had always wanted to get into theater, perhaps become an artist and gyrating sensually in barely anything at all hadn’t been what she’d had in mind exactly.
When she had first started here, she had been more than a bit nervous. But one of the seasoned girls had told her to just think of happier thoughts and if it helped; a good man that loved her properly.
Audrey had learned to imagine the perfect man…to seduce him with her movements in her mind and she performed all of her moves expertly with no effort. There was glitter flashing against her tanned skin as she danced smoothly to the pole that waited in the center of the stage.
It had taken some major practice but she was able to bend and twist in a way that the club had never seen before. As the music thumped and pounded along with her aching head, she somehow managed to toss her fan into the air, hang upside down on the pole and catch it with her teeth.
Cheers greeted her for the stunt and the DJ called into the microphone. “Isn’t she amazing?! Keep it going Bad Taste, you’re knockin’ them dead!”
Audrey was able to see that the stage was littered with money, more money than she would have expected and she made a great show of bending over to gather the bills.
The heels were killing her but bending over and doing tricks on the gritty floor, snapping the bills into what supposedly counted as underwear, only brought her more cheers. And as she was bending back up and flipping her long black hair out of her eyes was when their eyes met.
It was the dead man.
For a moment, Audrey felt the breath rush out of her lungs because he was staring at her in a way that made her skin heat. Odd, since she had more experience with sex than she needed but her heart fluttered and she crawled over to him until they were only a breath away, “What’s your name, honey?” she asked after taking the fan from her mouth.
There was a spluttering sound and someone else beside him said laughingly. “It’s Percy
! Perce, she likes you! Oi, my names Lee!” and Audrey briefly looked over to see a black man with dread locks roaring with laughter.
On the other side of the dead man, there was another redhead and he was thumping him on the shoulder as he stared at her, completely stunned. “I’m George Weasley, this is my brother!” he laughed.
Audrey had never heard such an odd last name before but shrugged and said to Percy Weasley as he stared at her, his jaw falling open. “Gonna say something Mr. Percy Weasley?” she teased softly and to her surprise, he actually looked as if he might be blushing.
For some reason, it delighted her.
It was so cute…
Audrey was getting more cheers and demands for another dance but she made a daring move and leaned forward to kiss Percy Weasley square on his mouth. That had the man called Lee and his brother crowing with laughter before she let him go and rolled away, going back to her routine.
The crowd was going wild and she was so engrossed in finishing her routine, ending with a sly removal of her slinky top, her breasts for all to see that she didn’t see Mr. Percy Weasley watching her intently, his pale blue eyes terrified.
When her routine ended and she did a bit of a dance that would have had her dead mother gawping in horror at her nerve, Audrey received cheers that made the ceiling shake. “And there you have
it! The Bad Taste!” the DJ cried enthusiastically as more bills were thrown to Audrey on the stage, which she hastily picked up before sauntering away.
When she chanced a glance into the crowd, she saw that Mr. Percy Weasley was looking as if his whole face were on fire. His brother and friend were laughing at him and Audrey bit on her lower lip to hide in her smile before rushing back through the curtain, a giddy feeling going through her.
The night continued on afterward though and Audrey was more than relieved when she was able to get out of her heels and into some decent clothes before she left for the night, counting up the money that she’d made.
There were a few other girls in the locker room with her but they were too busy complaining and shaking their hair out. The action sent glitter everywhere and they didn't pay her any attention, which suited her all right and she spent a moment freshening up, relieved that the night was over. Audrey was tying her long black hair back when those dead eyes flashed through her mind.
It was strange that she would find herself so entranced by someone she may never see again. She frowned at this before taking her purse from her locker and throwing it onto her shoulder and slamming the little metal door shut.
Audrey had never had any luck with men in her life and she wasn’t sure what it was about it exactly that never worked but her relationships always ended rather abruptly.
There had been a dark time in her life when any attention from a man had been wanted desperately but she’d taken some counseling and had gotten herself through that phase…hating that her father had brought it out in her in the first place.
That man had never loved her and as she made her way out of the locker room, making small talk here and there, she could only glorify bitterly that he was dead. And had been dead for six years, leaving her alone to take care of herself for a time before she’d been dumped into foster care and she held back a silent moan of despair at the memories of those places.
She would rather pretend that they hadn’t happened at all. With a sour twist to her mouth, she walked to the front of the club and decided that she would go to the bar before heading home to her little flat and her eyes chanced a glance on the stage.
Her friend Pamela Donnell was dancing now and the men were going crazy for her and Audrey briefly wondered if she would get to her kid’s in time before the baby sitter left. The girls who worked here all had some sort of history and sometimes they were never very good but in their own way they supported one another and Audrey took a seat at a bar stool and held up her fingers to the bartender.
Instantly he stopped ogling Pamela to turn around and grab her a shot of whiskey and she tapped her fingers idly on the counter top before hearing a man say, “You probably just made my night.”
Audrey turned, frowning to think that it was a creepy customer but she was surprised to find that it was the redhead brother of Mr. Percy Weasley. He was very cute, she had to admit but she wondered if he had lost his ear in some sort of freak accident, though it didn’t detour from his wide smile or an amazing dimple in his cheek, “I get that a lot, sweetheart. It’s nothing new.”
“Oh, I’m not talking about me.” The brother said and Audrey watched as Mr. Percy Weasley was shoved in front of the brother, “I haven’t seen him blush like that since he got his last job!”
Audrey grinned a bit, her heart doing a funny little flip as the object of her interest sent her an uncomfortable look before glaring at his brother. “Where’s your other friend?”
“Apparently he had a feeling that his girlfriend would somehow find him and rushed home. Not that he had anything to worry about when she would have wanted to come to.” The no-ear brother said with a laugh.
Audrey wondered what sort of girl that bloke was dating but she had to remember that the club did get a lot of females as well. “So what are you two still doing here?”
“Thought we’d get a quick drink,” The no-ear brother said as he shoved his brother into a bar stool beside her. Audrey could sense his unease like a fine cologne, “I’m George, remember and this is Percy.”
Audrey had forgotten about him because she’d been too busy focusing on why Percy Weasley seemed to fascinate her. He was sitting rather stiffly in his stool and she gave him a hard thump on the shoulder, “I’m not going to steal your virginity, Mr. Percy Weasley! Take a load off and relax!” she cried.
George Weasley roared with laughter and took the other seat beside her and ordered a shot of something, though she hardly noticed his actions. “Percy, she’s got clothes on! You can look!” he teased.
Audrey had a feeling that he made fun of his brother quite a lot and she smirked a bit and wondered if her own brother were even alive. He had stopped speaking to her after their father had died and had gone to live with his girlfriend, determined to forget about his poor origins with such a dysfunctional family, “I noticed that, George, thank you.” Percy Weasley snapped.
His voice wasn’t necessarily deep but it made her skin tingle all the more and Audrey imagined what he’d sound like after she kissed him again. “What’re you being all shy for?” George Weasley asked his brother. “You’re supposed to be older than me, therefore more mature and polite!”
“You make me sound like a stuffy old git!” Percy Weasley growled back. Audrey’s shots had arrived and she grabbed the glass and tossed it back expertly and watched as the man gawped at her, as if finding that rather rude. “Don’t you have a home
to go to?”
“Angie’s pregnant and mean…she’ll beat me up.” George Weasley complained and Audrey wondered what sort of woman had the willpower to handle him. He seemed rather annoying, “and not in a good way.”
That had Audrey spluttering a bit over her next shot and she laughed after she’d regained her breathing. “She’s pregnant because you can’t keep your paws to yourself. Go home and leave me alone for a night.” Percy Weasley commanded wearily. “I can’t believe you and Lee talked me into coming to this place.
“Aw, come on! It’s not so bad and look—” George Weasley said as he got his drink and tossed it back without wincing. Apparently he had ordered whiskey but he looked unfazed by it, which surprised Audrey when it was rather strong, “I’ll give you a break and see you tomorrow.” He said moodily before hopping off the stool and walking by, “and if you’re going to get laid for the first time, be sure to let me know.”
Percy Weasley glared after him but his brother was already walking off toward the front of the club towards the door. When he was gone, he asked her, “Do you have a habit of staring or is it just for me?”
Audrey blinked in surprise because she hadn’t realized that she had been staring at him this whole time and her cheeks oddly turned pink. “I wasn’t staring that hard.”
“You were staring at me for at least ten minutes earlier through the curtain. It was rather unsettling,” Percy Weasley said with an uncomfortable glance at her. Audrey was embarrassed and she turned away from him and ordered another shot, “is it like a bad tick?”
Audrey could hear that he was aggravated and she wondered what he thought of her. This cheap girl in her cheap clothes stripping for money, “No one told you to be so gorgeous you know. Take your attitude somewhere else if you’re having problems with being a virgin.”
That caused a slight silence and the bartender was looking between them carefully, but she could see his lips twitching. He handed her another shot and angled his head at Percy Weasley, who shrugged and flicked his hand idly at some sherry, “I’m not a virgin.” He said to her eventually, as if the information were ridiculous, “but it’s not as if it’s any of your business.”
“I’d have to feel it to believe it.” Audrey shot back at him and she watched as he rolled his eyes in irritation before appraising her. her street clothes were merely nothing but jeans, a denim jacket and a slinky black top underneath that hid the tattoos that she covered up for the club, “got a problem?” she demanded.
Percy Weasley said nothing but his gaze was more curiously annoyed than anything before he turned away from her, his lips tight. Audrey wasn’t sure what it was but he appeared rather tense, even more tense than any normal person could be, “You’re rather rude, you know.”
Audrey gawped at him and somehow wanted to punch him for no reason at all as a glass of sherry was placed before him. He took it and stared into the depths as if longing to drown, “Aw, don’t tell me you’re mad because I snogged you! What, was it your first kiss?” she asked dryly.
“No, but I have no idea where your mouth has been.” Percy Weasley replied calmly.
“You know, I don’t know where yours has been either.” Audrey snarled back, annoyed.
Percy Weasley seemed to think about that. “Point taken.” Audrey oddly felt like smiling and they fell into a bit of a silence as they drank and the club continued to showcase different girls. “How old are you? Aren’t you a bit young to be showing off your breasts to disgusting old men?”
Audrey had never been asked that before and she thought about it for a moment, wondering what her mother would say if she were alive. She would not be pleased, of that she was certain, “How old do you think
“From the size of your breasts I’d almost assume you were twelve.” Percy Weasley insulted smoothly as he flicked his gaze over her form, his pale, dead eyes resting on her chest. Audrey fumed and turned rather red, “or thirteen.”
Audrey wanted to kick him but he merely stared at her, unblinking and dead before she snarled rudely. “Well, let me grab your cock to see how big you are.” His mouth hung open at her nerve and he blushed…it was so cute, “I can’t help that my boobs are small, okay?!” she had been teased for years about them from mean people at the club and during school.
That caused another silence that was only broken up when the latest dancer got off the stage to loud cheers and jeers. Bare Back was a rather rowdy club after all and she was so furious and annoyed with her guest that she didn’t notice that he had said something until he asked loudly, “Are you listening?”
“Listening to what?” Audrey asked him angrily, shooting daggers at him.
There was a weary look to his face as he asked. “Is there a place to get something to eat around here?” his dead eyes were slightly annoyed as he ran his eyes over her, “and I don’t mean you
Audrey felt her jaw dropping and she said tightly. “Like you would know what to do!” that had him just staring at her…there was no arrogance, just simple assurance that he knew very well and it fascinated her because he seemed too innocent…so cute, “there’s a place I could take you.”
“I’d rather you didn’t.” Percy Weasley said irritably after slamming some money down on the counter, his sherry only half empty. Audrey quickly paid her bill and hopped off the stool just as he did and they walked out of the club together, though once they were outside, he snarled, “following me, Ms. Tang?”
Audrey felt her cheeks heating in surprise because no one had called her a “Miss” before and it made her feel oddly important. “How do you know my name?" she asked, curious.
"While you were staring at me I asked the bartender." Percy Weasley replied uncomfortably, his shoulders stiff. "Why are you following me?" he demanded as she kept pace with him.
Audrey shot him a look. "There’s a burger joint not too far away. I’m hungry too and since you won’t let me eat you, I’ll settle for actual food.” She said haughtily and that had him moving away from her as they walked down the block.
The night air was cold and icy but he seemed perfectly fine in his odd clothes, his red hair blowing just a bit in the wind. She had a strange impulse to run her fingers through it, kiss the bridge of his nose, his lips again…
“Staring is a very rude habit, little girl.” Percy Weasley said icily down to her and Audrey glared up at him in annoyance and he quirked his brow. “How old are you? Fifteen?”
“I’m twenty-one!” Audrey cried hotly. Percy Weasley had to pause at that on the sidewalk and he reached out and patted her chest rudely and even tapped her butt for a moment before shaking his head and walking off. “…W-what did you do that for, you prat?!” she had been felt up before but never in such an impersonal way.
Something in her compelled her to follow him and she rushed up to him, trying to match his long strides and smacked him hard in the arm. That had his body stiffening before he looked down at her and quirked his brow, “I suppose you’ve got something. All the fat that should be in your breasts went to your ass.” He said annoyingly. “Such a pity,”
“I don’t like you…” Audrey said furiously, blushing. She hadn’t blushed like this in ages and she stomped away from him, intent on getting a meal and she was so wrapped up in her anger and confused as to why she liked him when his footsteps sounded behind her, “following me?”
Percy Weasley sidled up beside her easily. “You said there was a place where I could get something to eat.” He reminded dryly and Audrey glared up at him furiously before stomping around a corner and falling silent as she reluctantly allowed him to follow her to a crappy little burger joint at the end of the block. There was a rather short line from this distance as he asked, “what do you do for a living anyway…besides that
Audrey noticed that he didn’t sound as if he liked her nightly profession but she ignored the question as they made it to the end of the block and stood in line. A couple was in front of them and they turned back to gawp at his strange clothes, “Why’re you wearing a bathrobe?”
“It’s not a bathrobe.” The man answered calmly while shooting the couple a vehement look that had them turning back around swiftly. Audrey had never seen such a nasty look in her life and she shuddered a little, “why do you take off your clothes for money?”
Audrey heard the slap in the words and she looked up at him, intent to frown up at him but he was staring down at her curiously. It made her skin turn to fire, “…I’m trying to get through college.” She muttered eventually, her eyes wide. That had him looking confused and she wondered if he were some weirdo who didn’t even know what college was and she explained, “It’s like high school but with more stuff.”
That had him looking all the more confused before some memory struck him and he nodded in understanding before they finally walked inside of the burger joint. The smells of meat, onions and various other seasonings made her stomach growl and Audrey instantly walked up to the cashier to order something, her companion stalking behind her, “What do you want, honey?” she asked distractedly, looking at the faded menu.
“Stop calling me honey, first of all and I don’t care what’s on it, just as long as its food.” Percy Weasley snapped sharply back to her. “And you’re not buying for me.”
“Shut up.” Audrey said before deciding for them both and ordering a large fry and something to drink and after she paid for them, her companion grumbling under his breath, she made a motion towards he table scattered around.
They were dirty, disgusting and probably carried more diseases than humanly possible but he didn’t complain as they managed to sit into one that didn’t collapse underneath them.
Percy Weasley looked around as if he were surprised by how foul the place was but then he glanced at her and seemed to find it not all that shocking. Audrey wanted to kick him and she was very tempted to do so but he asked eventually, “Why do you do that
“You mean strip? I already told you.” Audrey replied tightly, staring at him and wondering what he looked like without his clothes on. It was annoying really but she had no idea what had sparked so much interest in her with him but those dead eyes were something she would never forget, “jealous?”
A look crossed his features, as if finding her question simply unreal before he looked down at his hands, which he had placed on the table. They were very rough and she was very curious to know what he had done with himself, he was a jumble of contradictions, “There has to be another profession that you can have that can support you through this…college thing.”
Audrey was surprised by the concern in his voice and her face turned red a bit because she had never heard it before. It made her think about a life that she had never had and her heart was pounding and pounding, “There really isn’t much else that I can do. I don’t have enough experience.”
“…You’re not doing anything illegal are you, Ms. Tang?” Percy Weasley asked her curiously, his eyes flicking over her in stark disbelief. Audrey glared at him hotly and he said, “you're crude but I can't see you breaking the law.”
“I’m not a criminal, you prat. Are you a homeless person?” Audrey demanded, looking at the state of his robes and he didn’t even bother defending himself, “Oh my God, I didn’t mean—”
That was when he interrupted her. “I’m not homeless, Ms. Tang, I’ve just been rather lazy about updating my wardrobe. My sister-in-law is taking me shopping tomorrow and I’ll hate every minute of it.” He said angrily and Audrey felt a smile coming into her mouth, “what are you smiling about?” he demanded.
Audrey shook her head before leaning forward, bracing her chin on her hand. She was so very curious about him, “Tell me about yourself, Mr. Percy Weasley. What do you do for a living? Do you have a big family or not?” she didn’t have a family so she was very curious to know more about him.
There was a moment where he looked as if he may not answer her; his dead eyes seemed to become opaque. After a while, he muttered quietly, “I have a large family and five other siblings.” Audrey was surprised by this and very envious, “we only have one girl, the rest of us are boys.”
“Really?” Audrey asked in amazement. “So what do you do?” Percy didn’t answer her and she wondered when she had stopped calling him by his last name as well…she was getting in over her head, “how old are you anyway? You’re a little too young to be so cynical.” That was something that anyone would be able to note, the way he felt about the world was almost too obvious to ignore.
A light silence fell after those words and it was apparent that he hadn’t wanted to hear them but he answered stiffly. “I’m twenty-four, Ms. Tang. Too old for a twelve-year-old.” The barb stung and she opened her mouth to glare at him but he did something strange…he actually smiled and Audrey’s breath caught because he seemed completely different, “you really don’t look your age.”
Audrey had a feeling that he wasn’t complimenting her and she smiled a bit before kicking him playfully under the table. The action made him jump and a slight distraction came in the form of their order finally being ready and she hopped up to get it and when she came back, he was looking uncomfortable, “I’m not going to attack you and take your virginity, relax.”
“I wouldn’t fight you and you should stop assuming things about me, Ms. Tang.” Percy snapped back at her and she wasn’t sure if he were joking or not and Audrey blushed a bit, trying to understand him before she sat back down. After unloading the bag and handing him his burger, he asked, “…did they kill a whole cow?”
The mess that they were going to eat was very large and Audrey unwrapped her burger, noticing how all of the effects spilt out over the sides. Onions and jalapeno’s greeted her nose before she sank her teeth into it and felt bliss exploding in her mouth, “Ishts sghlood” she said.
Percy was eating his burger and his cheeks flushed a bit as he stared at her, as if finding her terrible table manners offensive to the whole human race. “You put peppers on this?” he asked after swallowing and grabbing his drink hastily, “trying to kill me, Ms. Tang?”
“Are you allergic?” Audrey asked in surprise after swallowing back some fries that she’d stuffed hastily into her mouth. Worry creased her brow, “I didn’t know—”
“I’m not, it’s just hot.” Percy snapped at her before going back to the burger with gusto, apparently enjoying it more than he’d thought he would. Mustard, lettuce and ketchup was falling onto the table and she watched him for a moment or two before eating again, “this is actually very good.” He said after a long moment when they’d said nothing but devoured enough food for five people.
Audrey’s stomach was about to burst but she reached absently for a napkin before wiping her mouth and nodding. “Excellently awful,” for the first time, Percy actually laughed. But it sounded ill-used and she teased, “Glad you came, aren’t you? It’s almost better than sex.”
Percy rolled his eyes at that before tapping at his mouth in a completely different manner from how she’d just wiped it over her own face. “Close, but not really, Ms. Tang.” Audrey grinned. “You’re rather perverted, you know. Not getting enough?” this was said so casually that she almost didn’t catch his meaning.
But after a moment, Audrey asked seductively. “Interested Mr.
Weasley…?” Percy didn’t answer her for a long time and simply ignored her as he finished his food and drink. “You’re really no fun at all.”
“Do you find flirting with people you don’t know satisfying Ms. Tang?” Percy asked her sharply and Audrey flinched a little. “You have no idea what sort of horrible person I am, and you’re practically throwing yourself at me.”
“I’m not throwing myself at you. It’s called flirting
,” Audrey corrected angrily and the true anger in her voice must have surprised him because he raised his brows warily. “I don’t get involved with blokes at the club but no one told you to be so cute.”
Percy stared at her for a moment or two and he laughed bitterly. “There’s nothing cute about me, my face is rather plain.” Audrey had a feeling that he meant to say something more but he didn’t elaborate. “You should understand what I mean.”
Audrey glowered at him and said hotly. “You know, I’m the most popular dancer at the club!” and he looked astonished, “just because you’re not equipped with a penis doesn’t mean that I’m ugly!” she snapped, not sure why it bothered her so much.
“…I never said you were ugly.” Percy said after a moment, his tone crisp. Audrey glared at him for a moment or two, “you’re just so tiny
“You have an issue with short women?” Audrey snarled.
Percy shook his head. “No. I just have a problem with you…and your staring…and your nasty language.” He said annoyingly and Audrey frowned, her cheeks turning pink.
“No one’s forcing you to sit there you know so you must like it.” Audrey pointed out meanly and Percy seemed to think about it.
After a while he sighed and his shoulders slumped. “True…so what does that make me?” he asked softly under his breath and he stood up from the table. There weren’t many people inside but his strange clothes were making some girls giggle with amusement but he didn’t notice them as he eyed her curiously, finding her abhorrent probably, not worthy of his attention.
Not like she hadn’t heard that sort of thing before and Audrey felt a lump in her throat as he started to walk away. “Where are you going?” she asked abruptly.
“Home, Ms. Tang and that is not
an invitation.” Percy paused to say to her warningly while he turned around, his eyes running over her, the deadness in them leaving for a few short moments. Audrey felt her heart pounding and she wanted him to grab her, press his mouth heavily on hers and that thought must have shown because he stiffly turned away, “have a nice night and thanks for the meal.”
Audrey hopped out of the table, forgetting about their mess as she followed him out of the shop and back into the chilly air. It took her a minute but she grabbed his arm, “Wait a minute—” she said softly, somehow wanting him so badly that it ached to her very center, “I want to see you again!” she cried desperately, “You’re not bad or anything and I know I’m nothing but I like
His body stiffened noticeably in the dark before he turned around, pushed her gently away and shook his head. “No you don’t.” Percy hissed dangerously, “no you don’t
And with that, Audrey watched as he walked hastily down the sidewalk and around a corner. When she followed to see where he’d been going…intent on him like she’d never been on anything in her life, there was nothing there.
There you go! Hope you all enjoyed this and please, if you have any question for me, please leave a review and let me know your thoughts! You all are awesome!