Puppy Love: AndersxCouslandAnders began getting suspicious not long after they began sleeping in the same bed.Puppy Love: AndersxCousland by fair-hermia
Sometimes Lía would wake in the middle of the night to wriggle closer to him he was secure enough in his masculinity to allow her to be the big spoon some nights only to murmur affectionately into his ear. This in itself wouldn't have been suspicious if she'd whispered his name, but it was hardly ever his name. She's give her lips a quiet smack, brushing a hand over his chest, and go, "Mm, Moira."
At first, the idea that she was mistaking him for a woman was... unsettling. That was, until he realized exactly what her snuggling and murmuring entailed. After that idea began swimming around in that brain of his, he concocted an idea of who this Moira must have been.
He eventually decided that Moira was a friend from childhood. She had flaming red hair and a heart-shaped face. Blue eyes, maybe, or brown, but not green. No, that was too typical. Lía didn't appreciate the typical. She
Sun Blonde Vint-1Irving referred to it as mischief.Sun Blonde Vint-1 by fair-hermia
Greagoir referred to it as immaturity.
Wynne referred to it as "nothing more than a little childish fun."
For Nienna Surana and Jowan, it was simply them.
True, he should have known better than to lead her directly into trouble. He was the elder and therefore had a certain influence over her, but that wasn't entirely true. Not all of the time, at least. There were times when he swore Nienna was tugging him around by the sleeve, pulling them into even more trouble than he'd like.
She was persuasive - uncannily so, though he wagered she wasn't aware of her own skills. All it took was her turning those big, brown eyes of hers up at him, and he'd agree to whatever hairbrained scheme she'd cooked up.
This time, however, he wasn't buying it so easily.
"Jowan," she stated, crossing her arms and looking up at him. He had no idea how she managed, but he felt almost guilty for denying her when she looked at him like that. "It's not a big deal! We'll be i