In the Middle
Non-AU. 219 words.
Jiyong is all about love letters and stolen glances and kisses when no one is looking. He makes her feel like a girl, a complete one, and doesn’t mind it when she laughs with her mouth wide open or wears pants instead of skirts.
He’s all about whispering sweet nothings into her ear when they’re alone, when she’s tired from practicing from noon to midnight. All about hugging her tightly when she goes over to his place and never lets go, falling asleep on her shoulder.
Seunghyun is all about burning gazes and cold shoulders and light barely-there touches when no one is looking. He makes her feel like a woman, forces her to act more matured than she really is, and minds when she lets her guard down without paying attention to her surroundings.
He’s all about observing her every movement with those eyes of his when they’re alone, when she’s parading around in skimpy swimsuits and figure-hugging clothes. All about pinning her against walls and doors of every room or dark corner they can find and never lets her into his room because he’s extremely private.
Keeping up with the both of them is tiring, Chaerin thinks, and sometimes she feels like she should pick one but at least this way, both personalities within her are satisfied.