Author: Deserts Of Glass PM
Elliots jealous, and Leo notices.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance - Elliot N. & Leo - Chapters: 5 - Words: 1,931 - Reviews: 13 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 4 - Updated: 05-15-12 - Published: 04-17-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8034475
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(This is the last chapter! So my advice would be to assume that after it ends, Elliot and Leo make up, live forever, and have little blonde bespectacled babies… And Leo's the mom.)
He muttered angrily, "Why do you have to do stuff like that Elliot? I can't exactly stay mad at you if you do stuff like that… saving the locket…" He glared at the ground looking like he wanted to either sink into it or smash something against it. "It's unfair..."
Knowing that the worst was now over, Elliot smiled a little and lifted a hand to brush the blonde hair away from his face. "Well, I didn't know you were going to be so aggressive over all this!" He pursed his lips and considered, "Although I guess I should have known."
Leo grabbed a shoe and hurled it at the noble. "Don't assume! It's impolite!"
"Of course you're going to lecture me about manners…" He let the sentence trail off, leaving it unfinished.
The noirette stuck out his jaw defiantly, narrowing his eyes dangerously. "Are you saying I lecture you frequently?"
Leo put a hand of each of his masters shoulders, and pushed forcefully, leaving Elliot lying on the floor. "I only lecture you because I don't want you to ruin your reputation." He kneeled down besides the boy, putting one hand on his shoulder. "Besides, if I didn't think I was helping you, there'd be no reason for me to stick around, right?"
Elliot's eyes widened, and he exclaimed loudly, "No! Leo, you can't leave me. You don't have to lecture me to be helpful… After all, you're probably the one thing keeping me sane right now." He grinned, "Besides, when I hit people, it's usually cause they're stupid assholes that say something idiotic about you."
A light dusting of pink spread across the dark-haired boys cheeks, and he tried to suppress a smile, but failed. "Elliot…"