Gabriel sighed softly. He gently laid down with her, pulling the blanket up over them. He held her close and felt slightly like he might be taking advantage of her. But then, he was doing only what she requested of him. He settled down and tried going back to sleep.
Mason's hands gripped loosely onto Gabriel's shirt once they were laying down. She ended up sleeping with no more problems with Gabriel there. In the morning Mason was sleeping so peacefully she didn't feel her wings come out. She just buried her face further into Gabriel's chest to hide from the sun as her wings fell like beautiful pieces of cloth all connected and silky looking.
Gabriel slept like a rock during the first hours of sunlight, exhausted from being up late and beind disturbed. He was making up for lost hours of sleep. It never even occured to him the night before to take into account having to go to work the next day. He hadn't set any alarms or anything.
Mason's wings stayed laying on the bed behind her as she slept. When she woke up her face was resting in Gabriel's neck and her mouth letting hot air out slowly with her breathing. "Are you awake?" she whispered not realizing that her mouth grazed Gabriel's neck as if to kiss him. The truth was Mason had never so much as gotten attention from a male let alone kissed one.
"Hmm?" Gabriel asked groggily, stirring slightly. He was vaguely aware of lips on his neck but figured it was dreaming. He figured the female presence in general was dreaming, considering he currently didn't recall convincing any girl to sleep with him the night before and he still had clothes on. His eyes drifted open slowly and he frowned slightly. "Mason..."
It was close to afternoon now. Possibly one even. Mason lifted her head so she could gaze down into Gabriel's eyes. "I'm sorry. Did I wake you again? I don't mean to." she whispered feeling genuinely upset for disturbing the male's sleep so much. Her wings were still out and she now noticed making her mentally sigh. Somehow Mason had shifted during the night to lay half on top of Gabriel with her leg over his. It looked like a very compomising position but Mason was too focused on Gabriel's sleep to feel any ar.ousal.
Gabriel, however, noticed and quite quickly became aroused, his skin flushing. He grimaced and closed his eyes. "It's fine, I should probably get up anyway. I've gotta go to work and stuff." He didn't realize it was so late in the day. He bit his lip. "Mason, this is a rather se.xual position, and I'm not uncomfortable, but considering the situation, it's probably wise to move."
Mason's face went deep red at Gabriel's words. She quickly got off of him and stood up. "Sorry." she whispered feeling overly embarrassed, rubbing her arm slowly. The shirt she wore was too short in the front too but there wasn't much she could do. "Sorry." she mumbled again before hurrying to the bathroom. Mason didn't understand why she felt so many mixed emotions when around Gabriel.
Gabriel groaned softly and rubbed his hands over his face. He glanced at the time and shot up, cursing. But he realized it was too late to do anything. He sighed and called in real quick, but he knew he was in big trouble. When he was done, he went to get the clothes he'd gotten for Mason. "Mason, I have some clothes for you." He called.
Mason was standing naked in the bathroom when she heard Gabriel. She really hated the feel of these mortal clothes. "You did?" She peeked around the bathroom door so her body was covered behind the wall. Half was from being shy and half was because she remembered what Gabriel had said about it being distracting. "Did I make you miss work? I'm really sorry." she said quietly reaching out for the clothes Gabriel would present her with.
Gabriel handed her the soft tank top and smooth black leggings He'd taken into account the night before with the blanket, assuming her skin was more sensetive to this stuff. "It's fine, I would have called in anyway to tell them something came up and I couldn't make it, but I slept in too late. I've still got a few more points before they'd fire me or anything."
Mason took the clothes quickly and closed the door to the bathroom so she could change. "Thank you." she said through the door as she dressed. When she came out the soft fabric she wore clung to her body making her curves and bre.asts look perfect. "These clothes are so odd. Girls here actually wear things like this?" she asked looking at Gabriel as she smoothed the new clothes down with her hands.
Gabriel shrugged. "Well, not always. That's some really basice stuff right there, girls usually wear layers of clothing over what I've given you."
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(Sorry, I've been a little distracted. My brother got in an accident and has been in surgery. I've been dealing with a constant stream of calls and texts all day.)
Gabriel shrugged. "Well, not always. That's some really basic stuff right there, since girls usually wear layers of clothing over what I've given you." He gestured to her clothes. "It's presentable, depending on your standards. But I personally wouldn't suggest going out like that. Really, I just got what I could afford: cheap clothes."
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"Oh... Okay." Mason murmured quietly. She tugged at the clothes in an awkward way looking up at Gabriel's face. "Do you... think I look um okay?" she whispered with red cheeks. Mason had no idea why she cared for the approval of some mortal. But then again Gabriel was fairly attractive. He wasn't like the boy fae back home where they were all perfectly symetrical. Mason had never been into perfect guys she realized.
Gabriel blushed, taking a moment to respond as he stared into her eyes. "Okay...is an understatement." He said weakly. "Mason, you're beautiful. Heart-stopping." He grimaced, looking away. He was afraid she'd reject him or something. Even if she didn't reject him, she'd go back to her world and likely never come back. It was pretty useless to think he could be with this girl.
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Mason bit her bottom lip watching him. She didn't understand what this feeling was. These butterflies in her stomach and the sweat on her palms. "No one has ever... said that before. No one has said anything remotely close." she whispered watching Gabriel look away. Mason hesitated before she reached out and took his hand. "You're really sweet. I've never met anyone like you. But then again you are mortal." she gave a quiet laugh looking down at the hand she held in both of hers, playing with his fingers. "And you're so warm."
Gabriel blushed further as he looked back at her. "Well, er, you bring me to speak from my heart." He shrugged. "And perhaps I'm warm to you, but I'm pretty normal." He sighed softly, looking at their hands, watching her playing with his fingers. "Mason, once you leave, would I ever see you again?"