THE FLUFFINESS IS TOO MUCH Apologies if I have killed you from fluff. Review please
"What do you want Phil?" She startled me.
"Cassie! You answered." I mentally kicked myself for my stupidity.
"What do you want?" She repeated. I loved hearing her voice.
"I just..." What could I possibly say to fix things? "I want to explain why I said that but I don't want to do it over the phone. I want to talk to you face to face, you deserve at least that."
Cassie said nothing.
"Please Cassie, just say something."
"Bye Phil." Her voice quivered.
"No Cassie wait." But she had already hung up.
I tossed my phone onto the couch and held my head in my hands. My fingers ran through my hair as my eyes watered again. I had the most amazing girl, perfect in everywhere and I made her hate me. I basically called her a slut and that was not what I thought of her. Dark clouds filled the sky and the sound of rain began to beat against the window, growing louder and louder as it got heavier. I started to pace the apartment and time seemed to pass by a lot quicker. I knew I was going to be in the apartment by myself for ages as Dan would be out for quite a while. A knock on the door brought me out of my daydream. I opened it to find Cassie, standing in the hallway. She must have walked here as her pink and blue hair was drenched, it hung messily around her now pale face. Her body shook under her soaked black hoodie and I just wanted to wrap my arms around her so she wouldn't be so cold.
"I'm not staying for long." She spoke before I had a chance to. "If you're explanation isn't good enough then I'm leaving." I stepped aside to let her past and she dropped her jacket on the couch next to her.
I sat next to her and she frowned at the wall in front of her, not glancing at me once.
"I said that because..." I began. "Because I was being stupid and jealous." Cassie remained silent. "I couldn't believe that someone as amazing as you wanted to be with me, so when I saw...what happened it just confirmed my doubts."
Her forehead was no longer creased with a frown but she still didn't look at me. "You don't act like trust me Phil. If you don't trust me then how can we expect things to work?"
"I trust you with my life Cassie." I protested. "I have never had feelings as strong as this before I met you."
She looked at me for a second before staring down at her hands which had her sleeves pulled over them. Tears escaped her deep brown eyes that had made me fall in love with her the first time I looked into them.
"I understand if you hate me and want nothing to with me, but Cassie you have to know that I am so sorry and I never meant to-" my sentence was cut short by Cassie pressing her lips to mine. A small and gentle kiss but it still caught me off guard. However it didn't stop me from immediately kissing her back. I could feel the droplets falling from her eyes as she was still crying and so I released her mouth in order to dry her face. I then rested my forehead on hers but she looked down again.
"I...I think I love you Cassie" I whispered. She looked up at me and cried again, but smiling as well.
"I think I do too. No fuck it. I do." she giggled "l love you Phil Lester."
"I love you too Cassie." I smiled. I kissed her again, and the feeling of her soft lips reminded me of the first time they were pressed to mine. I could feel more tears running down her cheeks, so I pulled away from her and wiped them away again. She smiled at me, as I dried her face. I wrapped my arms around her as we kissed again.