This is a stranger pairing for AMC, but I still felt it needed to be written.
I do not own these characters (but does anyone anymore?).
This is a femslash story, so if you don't like it, please don't read!
Otherwise, enjoy xo
Liza Colby sat down at ConFusion and shook her head. What was this feeling? Wasn't she into Tad? Didn't she love him? She had always been sure that loved Tad, but things were beginning to feel much differently now. She didn't know who to talk to about her current situation because the more she opened her mouth, the more the whole town of Pine Valley seemed to hate her.
She lifted the cosmo that the bartender quickly slid her way and began to slip slowly. This feeling was overwhelming, she knew that. She wasn't sure how to even process this weird feeling or if she even felt it at all, really. Maybe it was all just in her mind. Maybe she just needed a drink, and then things would go back to normal... maybe.
She heard a giggle and for some reason, she turned around, and then saw Bianca Montgomery walk down the stairs and sit down at the bar across from her with some woman. The girl she was with was very pretty, Liza decided, but in a snap second, Liza knew she needed to talk to Bianca. She was the only person in this town that the redhead could trust at the moment.
So, drink in hand, she stood up and made her way over to the brunette and her blonde date and smiled. "Hi, I'm Liza... I don't mean to inturrupt, Bianca, but I really, really need your help. Would you mind calling me later? Or even tomorrow? I'd rather not ruin your night if you have plans."
"Oh, don't worry about it, Liza. I'll give you a call tonight or early tomorrow, alright? I wouldn't mind helping you with whatever it is you need," Bianca smiled sweetly with a nod.
"Thank you, Bianca. Sorry, again, to inturrupt. Your drinks are on me, okay?" Liza nodded before setting her glass and a Benjamin Franklin on the bar top, before walking out.
A few hours and a bottle of Hyponotic later, Liza heard a pounding noise, and realized someone was at her door. "Come in!" she yelled, not even bothering to try to get up. She knew it wasn't going to happen. She was too dizzy and her head felt like a pile of bricks. Everytime she opened or closed her eyes, the world spun around, so she just left her eyes closed.
"Liza... Liza, are you drunk?" a woman asked, standing over her.
Recognizing the voice, Liza opened her eyes. "I thought you were gonna call me tomorrow!"
"I thought you might like to say whatever it was you needed to say to me in person, but I guess I was too late," Bianca supposed. "Alright, you keep your eyes closed, and I'll stay here tonight."
"No... you should go home... be with your friend... girlfriend..." Liza told her.
"She's not my girlfriend and I'm not leaving, so close your eyes," the younger woman said, not knowing that she was in for a night of throwing up, crying, and nonsense all rolled into one until it was over at around four that morning and finally, Liza was asleep for good.