Jo had a moment to think What in God’s name are you doing, Harvelle? before she felt Bela’s sharp teeth clack against hers and her long fingers stroke the skin of Jo’s flushed throat. Bela made a noise of approval and encouragement. When Bela pushed her body against Jo’s, Jo pressed back instinctively, shivering as Bela’s body heat seeped through their clothes and into her skin.
"I didn’t know you liked to play this way," Bela breathed into Jo’s mouth, a grin whispering in the corner of her lips.
"Shut up," Jo hissed back… [xx]
What is your relationship to Bela Talbot ?
- We worked together.I trusted her.
They could hear the ocean from their window.
Ruby yawned and opened her eyes, blinking them languidly to adjust to the dim light. Next to her, Anna slept soundly, her red hair in a tangled mess, snoring slightly. Ruby could see Anna’s shoulder peeking out from beneath the thin sheet and she smiled. Anna’s skin was already a shade darker than it had been when they had got here, and even though she insisted on slathering sun block on her skin every single time they went out, she had forgotten once or twice, and that had been enough to give her a nice tan. Ruby smiled and rolled forward to press a soft kiss against Anna’s shoulder.
Anna grunted and burrowed herself deeper into her pillows.
“Wake up, sleepyhead,” Ruby teased.
Anna mumbled something below her breath and shifted her weight on the bed. She pushed her ass back, pressing it against Ruby’s stomach and stopped moving.
Ruby grinned. She snaked an arm around Anna’s waist and splayed her fingers out across her taut belly. She squeezed down lightly before trailing her hand back along Anna’s hip, dragging her nails down, leaving little trails of red on her skin. She pressed another kiss against Anna’s shoulder. “Come on, babe. We have to get up and start getting ready, the wedding is in a few hours,” she said with a yawn.
Anna groaned. “Do we have to go?” she asked, her voice muffled by the soft pillow.
Ruby hummed and traced shapes into Anna’s thigh. “Yes. We flew all the way here, we’re not going to miss this wedding. Now get your ass out of this bed,” she said.
Anna sighed and reluctantly rolled over onto her back. She stared up at the ceiling for a few moments before turning to Ruby. “God, you’re so beautiful in the morning,” Anna said with a soft smile.
Ruby was everything that Anna despised.
She was loud, wild, rude and annoying, but she was also hot as hell. Anna observed her from her corner of the room, her fingers wrapped around a red solo cup filled with beer. Next to her, Dean took a sip from his own cup, watching her out of the corner of his eye.
“I don’t understand why you just don’t tell her you think she’s hot, man,” he said dryly.
Anna flushed and quickly took a sip of her beer. “Shut up, Dean,” she murmured, her voice muffled.
Dean rolled his eyes. “You’re gonna bore a hole into her skull if you keep staring at her,” he said with a snicker. He tilted his head back and drained his cup.
“Hey, Winchester, get your lazy ass over here,” Cas called from in the other room.
It was Dean’s turn to blush and he glanced over at Anna. He knew she was still a little weirded out at the fact that he was now officially dating her little brother, even though he and Cas had liked each other for quite a while.
“Dean!” Cas yelled again.
“Go,” Anna said with a roll of her eyes. She had a small smile on her face and brushed a lock of hair behind her ear.
“Alright. Go talk to her. Stop being a…I dunno, whatever, just stop being a lame, okay?” he said with a grin.
Bela took a sip of her coffee and frowned.
For the second day in a row it was too sweet. She could feel a rogue cavity at the back of her mouth give a hesitant throb and she cursed below her breath. Yesterday, she hadn’t realized how sweet the coffee was until she was at her desk, settling in for the day. At that point, she didn’t have the patience to go back and complain and so she had simply tossed it out, taking a chance with the shoddy machine in the kitchen.
Today, however, she had some extra time on her hands, and so she had decided to stay at the diner for her breakfast, sitting behind the counter on a barstool. She glanced up at the new waitress who had made her coffee, a gorgeous, blonde, her hair swept up into a careless bun. Her nametag read Jo; nothing else, simply Jo. Bela sighed and cleared her throat delicately, pointedly staring at the waitress and smiling.
Jo, who had been chewing on a pen cap and working on a crossword puzzle flushed and quickly walked over to her. She smiled. “Want a refill?” she asked pointing to Bela’s coffee cup.
Bela smiled and folded her hands together on the countertop. “Um, no, actually, my coffee, it’s too sweet. I asked for two sugars and this tastes almost like you dumped the entire jar in there,” she said batting her lashes.
“It’s really good,” someone said.
Cassie turned to her right and did her best not to gawk at the beautiful woman standing next to her. She had warm, brown eyes and dark hair that fell to her shoulders in soft waves.
Cassie looked down at the book in her hand The Alchemist, and she smiled. “So I’ve heard,” she said.
“Sorry, I didn’t mean to be creepy, I just…really love that book,” she said with a bright smile.
Cassie grinned and shrugged. “No worries. I’ve been…feeling a bit lost, lately. I just wanted something to inspire me.”
The woman nodded and glanced at the book. “If you’re looking for inspiration, then, you’ll definitely find it there.”
Cassie smiled and extended her hand. “Cassie,” she said.
The woman smiled back and accepted the handshake. “Lisa. Nice to meet you. I’ve never seen you come in here before,” she said.
“I usually buy books online but…today for some reason I just felt like coming into an actual book shop.”
Lisa grinned. “Well. I’m around if you need any other suggestions…or anything.”
Cassie bit down on her bottom lip and nodded. “Thanks,” she said with a smile. She watched as Lisa walked away and disappeared down another aisle of books.
She could still feel the warmth of Lisa’s hand, pressed up against her own. She smiled.