No seconds, no morning-after’s.
A simple rule I live by.
We both liked it better after midnight but what happens when you never want midnight to end?
-After Midnight, WayV
I sat in the tub, my body being warmed by the warm water that escaped the shower head and was being held by Lucas who sat on the closed basin. I rubbed my arms repeatedly, Lucas with his legs crossed as he sighed.
“Look. He is just being—”
“Maybe I’m bad in bed.” I said drunkly, Lucas giving a glare. He reached and turned the valve to the side and increased the water pressure. I yelped, Lucas directing it onto me before he brought the water to my hair so I could wash my hair.
“You are not bad in bed.”
“How would you know—”
“Jesus, woman! How drunk are you? I’ve slept with you. You are not bad in bed!”
I rolled over to my side, suddenly wide awake. I glanced at the time to see that it was 1 minute past midnight and I sat up, stretching. I wondered if Lucas was awake but me slipping into his bed after midnight had happened so many times before and it made me sleep better.
I stood up, heading towards the door to push it open when there was a sound and I saw Lucas opening the door from his room. He stopped when he saw me.
“Oh.” I raised an eyebrow, my eyes running over his torso. “Where are you going?”
“Uh…” He seemed flustered, the male lifting his phone up in the air to show me the time. “It’s after midnight…”
Did he want to see me? He scratched the back of his head and I lifted my phone up to also show him my phone.
“My alarm for midnight rang.” I said back and he chuckled.
“So…” His voice trailed. “Your room or mine?”
In a crowd of people, he was the only one I could see.
The Center of YG University was usually packed but all I could see was Lucas standing on the other side of the road. He caught sight of me, his height making it easy for him to spot me when he began to walk over.
Sun shone onto his tan skin and even if I wanted to run away, my legs refused to move.
“Midnight.” His voice was low when he called for me. “I was looking for you.”
“What are you doing here? It’s not after midnight.”
My question made him frown when he shook his head.
“I don’t care.”