Eddy's Revenge - Part Two [KevEdd]It was almost two hours later when Edd heard knocking at his door. He considered ignoring it, not ready to face Eddy or the world yet, but the knocking was incessant, echoing persistently through his house. Edd extracted himself from the ball he had curled into on the couch and went to answer it, deciding it was better to get this over with now while he still had a shred of anger inside him. His anger at Eddy had slowly diminished over the two hours, drowned by misery and heartbreak. He clung to the last few remnants, took a deep breath, and opened the door— And immediately, all his breath was taken away.Twilight filtered through the open door, silhouetting Kevin in its pinkish orange glow. The sunset-dyed light glowed against the teen's skin, making him appear even tanner than he already was, and Edd's heart throbbed in his chest. Everything about the redhead made Edd's heart throb. Kevin watched Edd nervously, waiting for him to say something, to possibly yell at
Eddy's Revenge - Part One [KevEdd]Everyone has that one deep, dark secret. The one they keep hidden deep inside, away from prying, judgmental eyes. Chains lock it in place. Walls go up around it, guarding it, imprisoning it. Kevin had only a second to register that Eddy was in his room, uninvited and sitting on his floor amidst a mess of Kevin's things, before his gaze was drawn to the magazine clutched in the unwanted teen's hands—and just like that, with no prior warning, carefully constructed walls came crashing down. The chains severed. All color drained from Kevin's face as his heart thudded painfully against his ribs, beating out an unsteady rhythm of no. From between Eddy's fingers, glimpses of a scantily clad raven-haired man were visible.Kevin wanted to run, to escape, but he couldn't. This was something he couldn't run away from, as much as he'd like to. This was reality; truth in its harshest form. He waited for the realization to dawn in Eddy's eyes, for the connection to be made, on
The Infamous "Baseball" Fic[[WARNING - CRACK, AND SEXUAL INNUENDO. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK]]The Cullen house fell silent. All one could hear was the sound of the rather convenient thunderstorm rumbling outside.Everyone stared at Carlisle in the doorway, even Bella, the spectacularly unobservant human who had recently become a member of the household.Carlisle gave the baseball bat another trial swing.Come on, Jasper. he said enthusiastically. I promised Id teach you some more baseball today- Jasper flinched at the unnecessary emphasis on the word - And after all, your pitching last week was shocking.Poor, nervous Jasper. It wasnt hard to understand why he was always in pain.He looked around desperately at the rest of his family, pleading through golden eyes to be saved from what they all knew lay ahead.But no help came. Even Alice was looking away, her jaw clenched in that particular way that makes one sound like Arnold Schwarzenegger.