Not to be confused with all those thousands of profiles that say they are from "Kazan"!!
They are actually from Mari El, but just saying they are from Kazan.
He ignored it, with the way you were kissing him back. You didn’t know a lot about him, and you didn’t like inviting strangers into your home.
But you regretted it as much as him, because you found yourself wishing that you were with him instead. Everything; the way he drove you home, walked you to your front door, the goofy grin on his face as he looked at you. Maybe he was expecting a kiss, or for you to invite him in. So you settle for a kiss, just a soft sort of peck, and you expect that to be the end of it.
It was a bit awkward at first but Harry finally started the conversation. I’m so stupid, I…I couldn’t even see how lucky I was to have you in my life, and to be a part of yours.
But when you saw him in front of you after a whole month missing him, your heart literally skipped a beat. He ordered his beverage and you decided to go on a walk as none of you were busy. You know, work, work and work..” You said half lying, skipping telling him about the fact that you had missed him a lot and that he was in your mind all the time. It lasted what seemed to be like forever to you when Harry broke it eventually. “You can’t realize how much I hate myself for having let you go.
And yet, he found himself not too soon with his lips on yours.
You found yourself hoping for it to be him you woke up next to in the mornings, and not the other boy you had so willingly and so quickly given your heart to. But he pulls you back, gently, and brings his lips to your again, but he isn’t forceful in the way he does it. He knows how this is bordering creepy, if he was a little more forceful in the way he had brought you back into his arms, but he couldn’t leave without pressing his lips to yours once more – especially not after he’d already tasted your lip balm and felt the way you fit so well in his embrace.
He couldn’t just walk away from that, it was too hard.
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Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" Both his other books - "The Understudy" is the other one - are written in similar styles, though I did find the ending of "The Understudy" rather unsatisfying.