“You need somthin’ Bella?”
Her signature cat grin appeared on her face.
“Didn’t my brother, you know, say something special to you?”
You tilted your head to one side and lifted an eyebrow.
“Ummm, Not really why?”
Belgium’s face paled. If her brother found out that she almost spilled the beans he would murder her.
“Erm y-you have to take that up with him! Bye~” Belgium yelled while swiftly turning around and sprinting away.
You watched her figure quickly disapear and then you let out a huff. Those two were keeping secrets and being a wannabe detective, you decided to spy on your boyfriend. Just to see what was going on.
“You did WHAT!” Holland yelled at the shivering brunette.
She had rushed in the house y
“You should quit you know.”
As per usual, the only response you received was a noncommittal grunt, accompanied by another exhalation of wispy smoke as Tim held the cancer-stick between his lips. You sighed, resigning yourself to yet another failed attempt at convincing your friend to quit his bad habit. The was a time where you would have tried pleading with the older male, begging even, but after several years it had finally sunk in that such tactics were ineffective.
Tim was a family friend, one who had been a part of your life for as long as you could remember. When you were younger he was the big brother you’d never had; now, almost twenty years down the line, his place in your heart was far more exclusive. Of course, being six years your senior as well as your constant companion since he was eight, the blond man still viewed you as little more than a child.
This addiction of his had started in his mid-teens, a fact he’d sworn you to secrecy o