"Goddamn him!" She cursed under her breath. He would do this to her every time. It wasn't his fault though. In fact, she was almost positive that he had no idea what he was doing. She leaned forward on the outdoor couch and put her head into her hands. Long purple hair fell forward into her eyes. "What am I going to do?" She asked herself. This could not go on. She was out because she couldn't sleep. The dreams that felt so very real haunted her. She leaned back and turned her head to the side. Her violet eyes met two small green ones. She moved her head back. "What are you doing up this late?" The eyes just blinked at her. She sighed. "Fine. Stay there. See what I care." The two green eyes and the green body they were attached to crawled onto her lap. She absently petted the small animal. "Thanks." She told it.
It gave a happy little squeak and promptly fell asleep. She took a deep breath of the crisp night air. It wasn't quite fall, but it wasn't summer either. It was the nights in between the two that she loved. They were clean and cool. Tonight was an especially good night. Well, weather wise. Other than that, she was definitely not having a good night. A sharp chilly breeze sent a chill through her, and suddenly the small animal wasn't so small anymore. In its place sat a something very furry and very comforting. She sighed. "What should I do? I can't exactly tell him. I mean, he has a girlfriend. Who I like." She rambled on. The green thing moved slightly and poked her with a cold wet nose. She looked down. It gave her an exasperated look. "You're right. I need to just get over it." Again, there was another poke. Harder this time. "What? What am I supposed to do? Tell him?" The green one looked at her approvingly. She rolled her eyes. "Fine. I'll think about it." A small tea cup floated over. "Tea?" She asked the green one. It turned its head and went back to sleep.
She closed her eyes and inhaled. She took a sip and reveled in the wonderfully calming taste. Tea always seemed to help her calm down and set her thoughts in order. She gave the furry animal one last pat. "Time for bed." She stood up and walked across the room. "Thank you. Oh, and no animals allowed on the furniture." She smirked and walked down the hall to her room ignoring the grumbling from behind her. Tomorrow she would tell him. Maybe she would. She would have to think about it more.
The door slid open with a soft hiss. She sat up as a shadow came closer to her bed. Suddenly the shadow was on her, kissing her hard. To her surprise she found herself kissing back just as hard. Hands moved to her breasts. Suddenly the kisses weren't just on her lips anymore, they were all over her neck and moving down to her chest. A mouth replaced the hands at her breasts, and the hands had moved down to play with something else. "Mmm Robin…" A soft moan escaped her.
From somewhere far away she heard a blaring alarm. She sat up quickly, covered in sweat. Nearby a lamp and a few books hovered and then fell, the lamp breaking into small pieces. Her head drooped. She couldn't tell him. If this is what happened when she dreamt, what would happen when it was real? But there was no time for thinking about that right now. She grabbed her cloak and teleported out the door.