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"Shit."

I held my head in my hands, hoping the pounding would stop soon.

"You okay?" A deep voice said from beside me.

"My head and my chin hurts." I said, not opening my eyes.

"I don't think I have anything, but I can call down to the front desk and see if they can send something up?" Alex offered.

"You're sweet, but I can just get something on my way out."

"You're leaving?" He asked.

I opened my eyes and looked at him. "That was amazing. Both times. But I need to get back home. We both know what this was, and although I've never done this before, I think I have a walk of shame to do."

He leaned over me, and pressed his lips against mine. "Are you sure? Because I don't have to leave for another few hours, and we can always make our time worth it."

I weighed my options. The later it got, the more people were going to witness my walk of shame, but Alex was amazing in bed.

"I guess I can stay a little while longer."

My hands tangled into his hair, as his lips trailed down my neck to my chest. I could feel his body reacting to mine, and it was intoxicating. The pain in my head and my chin fell to the wayside, as I focused on the pleasure I was feeling instead.

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"Okay I get that you couldn't come back in what you wore last night, but a Blue's sweatshirt? He had nothing else to give you?" Mitch whined.

"What was I supposed to do, come home naked?"I laughed.

"But why are you still wearing it?" Steph asked.

"It's comfy, and he smells good." I shrugged.

"I'm just going to ignore that." Mitch shook his head.

A knock at the door distracted from our conversation.

"I'll get the pizza, you guys just relax." I said, sarcastically. They were already way too into the couch, and I was going to have to get it anyways.

I padded over to the door, and grabbed the cash off the counter.

Auston stood there, holding the pizzas we ordered.

"Side gig?" I asked, with a grin.

"Shut up. Walk of shame?" He raised his eyebrows.

I took the pizzas out of his hands, and just shrugged.

"Scary movie?" Steph asked.

"Seriously, halloween is over." I shook my head.

"And? There's never a bad time for scary movies." She insisted.

"I hate you." I frowned at her.

"You're such a baby."

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