The Concept Of Possessiveness (NOVEMBER 2014)
"Oh, I've found you now. I won't be letting you go anytime soon, my dear."
His growl rung through the air like a breeze.
"Get the hell away from me!" I yelled in frustration.
His minty breath brushing past my ear as he laughed.
He looked me in the eyes and before I could do anything, he kissed me.
He gripped my waist tightly and he slid his tongue right in, with authority and heat.
It was so hard not to give in, but I couldn't give him any satisfaction.
He left my mouth when he realised I wasn't responding and tugged on my hair, so my eyes were gazing into his.
His eyes blazing of fiery rejection.
He slid his face into the crook of my neck and I could feel him snipping at it.
He made an animalistic growl, his breath tickling my collarbone, but not once did his grip let loose.
"My sweet little Amelia. Don't try and run, I don't like it when something belonging to me goes missing"
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Every relationship has its faults.
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Amelia Braxton and Vince Morretti's is his possessiveness.