Disclaimer: I don't own Gossip Girl and never will. Otherwise, Chuck and Blair would be back together right now on the show. I also don't own the characters, only the idea for this fic.
Author's Note: Man, has it really been 6 months since I've written anything on here? Dang! All my faithful readers are probably furious at me for my long absence, especially weasleylover aka Alica. I'm so sorry chica! Life has been a little busy. School has not been good for me, Honors is way harder than I thought it would and my grades were so low I had to get a tutor. God, I feel like Serena from G.G. lol. Anyway, soccer took a lot of my time during the fall. Also, I've been grounded for a really long time. Just for my grades, but still. My parents don't look at me the same way.
And there's another reason, I just haven't felt inspired to write fanfic anymore. That is until now. I've only written Harry Potter stories so it may surprise my readers that this a Gossip Girl one instead. Hopefully, they're okay with me doing this. I've been dying to write a Chuck & Blair story for a little while now. They're my fave ship ever! They need to kiss and make up already lol This is what I wish happens in the season finale!
Chapter One: Sleeping Together
"Okay," Chuck Bass said. "I know what we should." He was sitting on the floor up against a wall in Blair's room while she paced around impatiently. It was after midnight afterall and the wedding was tomorrow. Chuck still couldn't believe he was in the same room with the only girl who had ever broken his heart.
He had given her a ride home and of course the pair had been thinking of a way to take Georgina down. Blair surprised him when she invited him to come into her penthouse. Then again, she had shocked him all day. The call in the morning, asking him of all people to help her, and her staring at him like she used to.
"What, Bass? What's the plan?"
Chuck snapped back into reality, giving Blair his trademark smirk. "You're gonna like this." Quickly, he told her his plan, knowing that she would be pleased.
Blair sat down her bed. "Not bad, Bass." She lazily smirked back at him. She appeared to be quite drowsy. Chuck had to repress the temptation to laugh. Lying down, Blair's eyes started to close. "Now all we have to do is get that bitch Georgina at the wedding..." Chuck stared at her as she began drift off asleep. He slowly got up from his spot and wondered if he should leave.
Instead of heading for the door, he decided he would rather stay the night.
Carefully, Chuck slid into the bed next to Blair. He didn't know why but he put an arm around her. After a few minutes of watching Blair sleep, Chuck closed his eyes.
Blair Waldorf was sleeping peacefully, not knowing that there was a smile on her lips. What could have it been that she was dreaming about? Hmm...
She soon became aware of an arm around the back of her waist, and that one of her legs was propped up on someone else's. It was definitely a guy's.
Wait. It couldn't be...
Blair woke up immediately. Sitting up in her bed, she saw that Chuck was lying next her with his arm still around her. Furious, Blair smacked his arm.
Obviously, that woke him up right away. "Oww!" Chuck cried.
Getting out of her bed, Blair shouted at him. "Who, what, when, where, why?" she questioned him. She seemed to be quite pissed off.
Chuck decided to brush it off. "We were up late plotting against Georgina. We must have dozed off." He continued to lay in the bed. He was annoyed by Blair's behavior.
"And you were on the floor!" Blair snapped, fixing her dress a bit.
"I didn't want to hurt my back!"
"Why?" She raised her eyebrows. "It's not like you do anything athletic."
Chuck sat up in the bed and smirked up at her. Blair couldn't help thinking that he was quite good looking with bed hair.
Ugh. Stop looking at him, she commanded herself silently.
"Well, that's not entirely true now, is it?" His smirk was still in place. Blair wanted to smack him so that he would stop acting so smug about the situation.
"Fine! Nothing that requires you removing your scarf."
Chuck just continued to smile at her. He really was annoying her now. "That was one time. It was chilly."
Blair shook her head, nauseated. "Enough about the past."
Check checked his watch and realized that he was running late to get ready for the wedding. Also, he still had to write his best man speech. He got out of the bed and yet Blair was still talking to him.
"Before you landed in my bed, we actually landed on a good idea."
Chuck quickly put on his suit. He really didn't have a lot of time to chat. "I trust you can take it from here." Blair raised her eyebrows skeptically. "I have a best man's speech to write, with no time to write it."
Blair smirked up at him. "Don't worry. I can be a bitch for the both of us," she exclaimed.
Fixing his suit, Chuck replied. "I still have the scars on my back to prove it."
Of course Blair was very upset about him saying that. Glaring at him, she pushed Chuck towards the door as he said matter-of-factly, "You know they say if you love something, you should set it free."
Blair let outa groan, pushing Chuck out of her room. "They say when you hate something, you should slam the door in its face!" As she closed the door, Chuck started to say, "I love it when you talk-" Only the door cut off the rest of his sentence. Turning around, Blair rolled her eyes but then stopped for a moment. A smile almost appeared on her face.
Blair began to wonder if she shouldn't have been so edgy with Chuck. She head towards the door slowly, hesistant to actually open it. Would he even still be there? She highly doubted he would but decided to check anyway, just in case.
Of course when she did, who was there? Chuck stood leaning against the wall with a smirk. "Knew you couldn't resist me, Waldorf."
Blair's words were cut off by Chuck's lips crushing down on hers. He took her in his arms and held her tightly. At first, Blair tried to pull away but eventually gave into the kiss. She wrapped her arms around his neck and let out a moan.
Chuck pulled away, laughing. "Well, this certainly seems familar."
"Shut up!" Blair cried with a smile She was actually genuinely smiling at him! Chuck sighed, happily.
She was back.
The pair stared at each other for a moment, uncertain where to go from there. Chuck went to kiss Blair again but Blair pulled away with a smirk. "I thought you had to be somewhere?"
"Bart can wait."
Blair gave Chuck a grin and pulled him by his collar into her room. They kissed until they landed on her bed with Chuck was on top of her. He started to take off her dress, but not before he asked the question that started it all: "You sure?"
Nodding, Blair answered Chuck the same way she had last time; with a simple kiss.
A/N: Okay. I'm not sure if it's awesome or anything but I tried. Please tell me if you think I did a good job portraying Chuck and Blair. They're my favorite characters, especially Chuck so I want to know if I actually did them justice. Hopefully I did and that you all enjoyed this. Tell me if I should continue! :)