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Accidental Roommate By Saiyidah Rahman Characters: 10895

Updated: 2019-09-08 21:11

Cameron jumped when their luggage was finally closed. Looking at the corner of his eyes, he watched as Sharon zipped it up and stood it up. He had been extremely conscious of Sharon since the moment they woke up.

She had kept her silence since the moment he had returned last night. This was after he had laid out the truth as he'd seen it. Not a word was spoken during dinner and nothing in bed. They had slept soon after. The more time passed, the antsier he got.

He was getting itchy just thinking about it but he was determined to hold strong. She was clearly trying to make him feel guilty and he refused. He had said what he had in concern and it was all the truth. She could take what she wanted from that and deal with it

But as the minutes passed, as the clock ticked on, it was getting harder to keep this resolve.

Even now, he found himself opening his mouth to tease her or share a joke only to be reminded again of his decision. Then he had to consciously shut his mouth. If anyone was watching, it would be hilarious. He looked like he was miming a fish. But he was far from amused.

"Are you ready to go?"

Those words reverberated through the room, the very air vibrating from the words. Each syllable hit him like a truck. He had never realised how much impact words had until now. If he wasn't frozen by shock, he would be flopping around the bed by now. This was far from an over-reaction.

Those were the first words spoken in the room since last night. They should be commemorated. And the best thing was that they hadn't come from him. She had been the one to give in. Just thinking about it made it feel so surreal. He had to turn his head and look at her. He turned so fast that his neck cracked but none of that mattered. He had to make sure his ears were working.

Then his brows furrowed. Were his eyes working? She looked remarkably unaffected, as if this was just another conversation. And on any normal day, it would be. But, as time passed, he couldn't help the doubt surfacing in his mind. Had the coldness been all in his mind? Had he imagined the distance between them? Distance that appeared the moment he voiced his opinion? Did he feel so guilty after that that he created this chasm between them?

While he was questioning his very mind, he spotted the brief smirk on her face before she looked away It was small and quick, a tiny quirk of her lips, but he knew what he'd seen. And realising what that meant, he wasn't as mad as he thought he'd be. That didn't mean he was going to let her get away with it.

"Yeah, "he said, answering her query. Then, when she was busy with her bag, he sneaked up behind he, making sure to avoid making any sound. When she was finally within arm's reach, he lifted her up and threw her onto the bed.

Her shrieks and screams were music to his ears. Her limbs flailed slightly but with the bed being so near, she didn't hit herself. He looked on in satisfaction while she struggled around in their messy bed. That had felt therapeutic. The tightness in his chest was dissipating and he felt that it was easier to breathe. It was more helpful than any psychiatrist he had seen. Maybe he should do this on a regular basis.

But he didn't have time to let his mind wande

hy do we have that problem? Are you trying to be funny?" He was nearing his breaking point, to the point of leaning over the counter until his face was smack dab in front of her. Sharon had to pull him back, which was tough. It was akin to pulling a bulldog on a walk. A stubborn, resisting bulldog.

"Then fine. Forget the deposit. We'll just drop our keys and go. I have no wish to stay here any longer than necessary, "Sharon said. There was nothing else to do.

"W-what about the deposit?"

"What do you mean? Don't you know who he is? That is just pocket change to him. I'm sure we won't be pining over a few hundred bucks, "she sneered. She knew she sounded so stuck up and pompous but that was true. He could easily make more money. This was just a principle of the matter. And she didn't appreciate his grin and teasing eyes.

But while she wanted to put him down a notch, she just wanted to leave. A bad feeling was pooling in her stomach. And part of that was because of her behavior. She wouldn't be this sharp and rude to a person in the service line. God knows how much they had to deal with. But She wanted to leave immediately. There was a bad feeling in the pit of her stomach.

"We can't do that. It's against the rules. Ma'am, I'm sure if you wait a couple more minutes, the system is going to be up and running-"

"There. Here's the key. Let's go, Cam." Ignoring her words, Sharon just placed the key on the desk and towed Cameron out. It would normally be impossible since she was much smaller than him but with him being distracted, he followed along.

"Ma'am, wait!"

"Let's get out of here, "Sharon told Cameron when they got to their car. About to open the car door, it was blocked by the giant that was Cameron. Eager to leave, she looked up and was about to push him aside but he suddenly enclosed her into his arms and covered her lips with his.

It was a hot, hard kiss. There was no room to escape. She felt like she was drowning. Drowning in his heat and fervor. Surrendering herself into this kiss, she was totally immersed, enjoying this until a sharp voice cut through the haze and desire.

"What an embarrassing display."

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