"Would you rather I lose you?" Cassy asked, her tone a bit sharp.
"Cassy..." Amos sighed. "If you go willingly, I lose you."
"If I go willingly, it's because my only choices are go willingly or lose you and being forced to go." Cassy told him. "I told you, it's a last resort."
"Cassy." Amos clenched his teeth and started to walk foward. Under his breath he muttered, "I swear. I won't let it get to that."
Cassy whimpered, looking away and staying put. "I love you Amos..."
Amos didn't look back or stop walking. Yet as always, his tone was soft, "I love you too."
She sighed and followed him, taking his hand once she caught up.
Amos held her hand and scaned the street for any place that might be crowded.
((What do you think? Should the person even be who Amos is sugesting? And should he attack before they get to whatever crowded place?))
(I think I have a plan you'll just have to bear with me. I think they should be left alone for a while.)
((Okay :) Um, your post XD))
((KK, I'll try and see if I can post something ineresting 0_0))
Amos walked downt the street and scanned the sides. There was no place right ahead to go. He sighed and turned to Cassy, "Know anyw-" Amos's eyes narrowed as he looked at the building behind Cassy. He was closer.
Cassy bit her lip and pulled him into a small store.
Amos followed Cassy and closed the door behind them. "What are we doing in here?" He whispered
"Small. More easily crowded." Cassy murmured. And she was right. Although there really weren't a lot of people in the store, it was rather crowded.
Amos smiled, she was right. "So what do we do now? We can't exactly leave or anything."
"I don't know." Cassy sat on a stool. They were in a small shoe section. "What should we do?"
Amos kneeled down next to her, cupped the back of her neck and kissed her softly. He pulled back and rested his forehead on hers, "I love you Cassy, I really do."
Cassy closed her eyes. "I love you too... But what are we supposed to do?"
Amos looked at her closed eyes and said, "Well, we are soposed to go to the offcails and turn ourselfs in. But we aren't doing that. We are soposed to go to the boy/man out there and approach him. But we aren't doing that." Amos smiled biterly. "It's not what we are soposed to do, its what we are going to do."