Of Maple Leaves and Rushing Water (Chapter Three)Matthew stared at the little girl. "M-Momma?" He asked River shakily. She hadn't mentioned the girl to him. He was starting to get very nervous. What if River was married or something and he had unknowingly helped her cheat on her husband or something after a fight? What if said husband found out? What if he already knew? WHAT IF HE WAS READY TO KILL POOR MATTHEW?!More Like This
"Mattie?" River asked cautiously. "Are you okay?"
"Y-y-you n-never m-mentioned a d-daughter," Matthew mumble back, his stutter becoming worse as he stared at the little blonde two year old.
"He's really quiet, Momma. Why is he so quiet?" The tiny girl inquired.
"You caught him off guard, Alysia," River replied to the girl smoothly, picking her up. "I hadn't told you about him yet."
"Oops! I ruined the surprise?" Alysia's face fell.
"It's okay, Alysia." River smiled. "It was an accident. Now, someone is up a little late, aren't they?"
"I guess...." Alysia pouted in reply, clearly unwilling to go to bed.
"Go out your pajamas o
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You watched him like a hawk out of the corner of your eye. Every move he made captivated you in their own little odd ways. You loved the way he walked. Head up, shoulders back, spine straight, tough and proud. He always walked with the same pace, like a soldier. It was like he had been doing it his whole life. His movements were swift and fluid. One after the other, like a well oiled machine. He opened the locker. He took the books out, one by one, and put them in his bag. His arm moved in the exact same way every time. He shut the locker. A single strand of his beautiful slicked back blond hair fell out of place. He raised his hand and tucked it gently back into place. And then, for a fleeting moment, his gorgeous, piercing blue eyes locked with your (e/c) ones. You looked away.
He was amazing in every sense of the word. You loved every single thing about him, but at the same time, you were terrified of him. He was so intimidating, and you were so invisible. He was so big,