"I'm fine." Amos said quickly flashing her a smile. "So the family rembered your birthday?" He was just turned the conversation away from himself, still he was picking up and swipping up the dust.
Cassy shook her head. "At the last minute. Ten bucks and a half-eaten piece of cake. That's all I got."
"Well thats not all." Amos said and he turned toward her, abondoning the cleaning. He walked up to her and kissed her softly.
Cassy smiled a little against his lips, kissing back tenderly.
Amos pressed harder against her, swriling his hands in her hair.
Cassy wrapped her arms around his neck, pulling her body tightly against his. Something in her head was screaming for her to stop, but she silenced it.
Adri pulled back for a breath, then kissed her again, hard this time. He pushed her back until her back was against the wall. Right then he didnt care about anything except Cassy.
Cassy felt her heart racing. A hint of fear flashed through her. She was alone with some strange boy in a place her family would probably never find her. It was a dangerous move, but she just wanted to be with him. He made her feel better, happy. She liked him a lot.
Amos felt a change in her. He pulled back for a second and murmered, "Are you okay?"
Cassy looked down. "Still...having my doubts. I don't know if I can trust you..."
Amos pulled back knowing where she was coming from, and trying his hardest to respect that and not be hurt. He cleared his throat looking at the ground. "I guess you really can't." he said uncomortably. "If someone says their a family friend you trust them. If your best friend is influenced you still trust them. But if someone approachs you on the street, no one can ever trust them." He took a breath, not looking at her. "It just takes time I guess. You may never trust me, and that may be a smart desion, people are so changable."
"Amos..." Cassy sighed, stepping to him and kissing him. "I've mostly made up my mind. I trust you. I just need to be sure that my trust is well placed. And that really shouldn't take long to decide." She took his hands and pulled them around her waist.
Amos still didn't look at her though he did smile slightly. "It's proably a bad idea to trust me at all." He muttered.
Cassy rested her head on his shoulder. "That's for me to decide." She mumbled softly, closing her eyes.
Amos kissed her softly, slowly pressing harder aganst her lips.
Cassy match him, letting her tongue run along his bottom lip in an invitation for more.
Amos bit back a groan and let his lips part, more than just a little bit.
Cassy smiled slightly and slid her tongue into his mouth. For a girl who had never kissed before, she was getting the hang of it pretty quick.
Amos let his tounge slide into her mouth. It feels so good... He knew that as soon as she went to school, he was going to get h***. Or basicaly as soon as she left him. For the moment, he let it slide and enjoyed himself. His hand lightly touched the back of her leg.
(Summer. I set this up in the summer so there would be no school worries.)
Cassy enjoyed every second of it. Her tongue moved with his and her lips in a dance with his own. She wished she could just stay down here with him all night, but her family would notice her missing.