I am sooooo sorry that I am such a lazy ass and this and one or two one-shots (I honestly can't remember how many I wrote) was all I got done in how long I was gone! Enjoy..? And don't kill me please!
Alec was woken up by someone rapping on Magnus's front door. Beside him, Magnus groaned and rolled over.
"Who could that be?" he said into his pillow.
Alec smiled. "Don't worry about it, I'll get it."
Magnus turned his head and smiled up at Alec. "Thank you."
"You're welcome." Alec lent down and kissed Magnus on the nose before sliding out of bed to go get the door. He stretched as he walked across the living room. Whoever this is better have a damn good reason… He glanced at the clock on the wall to see that it was almost four in the afternoon. Wow, I've never slept this late before.
Another round of knocking started on Magnus's door. "I'm coming! I'm coming!" Alec said, annoyed, as he opened the door. "What do you-" He froze as he saw who was at the door.
"Alec, baby, who is it?" Magnus asked, rubbing his eyes as he stepped into the living room. Alec opened his mouth to speak, but nothing came out. Magnus moved towards the door, but stopped when he saw their visitor. His eyes narrow slightly at the sight of her. "Hello, Mrs. Lightwood, what are you doing here?"
Maryse glanced at Magnus, still in just his red, silk pajama bottoms, before looking back at her son in the matching black pair. Alec noticed her looking and blushed a little. "I forgot my pajamas so I had to borrow some from Magnus." He mumbled, looking down.
Maryse spoke as if she hadn't heard him. "I'm here because I needed to talk to Alec." She said, answering Magnus's question, but not moving her eyes from Alec. "I know why you came here last night, Alec, and I don't blame you. The way I reacted was stupid and unprofessional. I should have been more sensitive about the situation."
Alec's had jerked up in surprise at his mother's words. Was she admitting she was wrong? Maryse Lightwood was never wrong. Never. "Um," he started, but Maryse held up her hand.
"Let me finish. I want you to know that I accept who you are and I'll love you no matter what. No matter whom you love." At her last words her eyes flicked over to Magnus.
"Um," Alec said again, but he didn't know what to say. This was not what he was expecting her to say. He was expecting a disowning and being kicked out of his house. "What about Dad?"
"I spoke with him and he agrees with me on this." Maryse said.
"So, you guys don't hate me?" Alec said, tears welling up in his eyes. He looked down again so his mother couldn't see.
Maryse looked surprised. "Of course we don't hate you! You're our son; no matter what you do we'll never hate you."
Alec sniffed and rubbed his eyes, looking up to smile at his mother. "Thank you," he said, then turned to give Magnus a huge grin. Magnus smiled back and mouthed 'hug her'. Alec turned back to Maryse and almost knocked her over with a hug. Maryse, surprised, hugged him back tightly. After a moment they pulled away from each other and Maryse brushed Alec's bangs out of his eyes in an uncharacteristically gentle gesture. "Come home tonight, will you?" she said in an only half joking voice.
Alec nodded. "Yes, Mother," he said.
Maryse smiled, then straightened her blazer. "Well, see you then," she said, then turned to walk back to her car. Alec waited until she had driven away before he closed the door.
"Well," Magnus said, leaning against the wall next to him. "That went much better than expected."
Alec smiled and wrapped his arms around his boyfriend. "I love you." Magnus stiffened a little under Alec's arms. It scared Alec a little until he relaxed again and hugged him back.
"I… I love you too." Magnus said after a moment. Alec smiled again and rested his head on Magnus's chest, sighing happily. Magnus smiled also, resting his chin on the top of Alec's head and hugging him a little tighter.