"Us being together," I said softly into his head, "it's even more dangerous now than it was before. If we do this again, we could destroy ourselves." "I don't care," he sobbed, the fabric of my shirt catching and soaking up his salty tears. "I don't care about what people think about us or what the company will do if they find out about us. As long as there is an us, that's all I care about." "You really ruined my life, you know that?" I chuckled. "I was doing perfectly fine without you before." He sniffled slightly, loosening his tight grip on my shirt, but keeping his head resting on my shoulder. "But, you know what else? I'm really glad you ruined my life because I don't know what I'd do if you didn't." Copyright 2015. All rights reserved.