The Night and Days of Kurt: The Continuation
Spoilers: Takes off from Season 2
Summary: The continuation of the Night and Days of Kurt. This time, the boys learn to deal with a public relationship . . . with a few bumps along the way.
The Night and Days of Kurt: The Continuation
"In." Kurt holds the front door open and glares at the line or people moving to go into the room.
The first people to step through are Tina and Sam. Sam had to get between her and Finn or else she would try and attack him again, a tactic that she had tried several times throughout the day and had only prevailed once. Following those two is Noah, who's carrying an amused smirk. Kurt has to resist the urge to backhand him upside the head for enjoying this situation. Following his amused fiance are Mike and Finn. The entire ride to the Hummel/Evans/Puckerman household, Mike and Finn had been sneaking glances at each other. Almost everyone was getting sick of it. Mainly Tina. Mike, being the only person to have yet see the house, or even know about it, was staring around in amazement. It's not that it was a special house, just that it was one that where there were no parents. A first for him.
"Come on Michael." Kurt growls, getting impatient with the slow-moving boy and the tension in the air.
"Sorry." Mike mutters before quickly rushing into the room.
Kurt lets out a sigh as he shuts the front door before turning to face the room. "Finn." Kurt says, getting Tina's attention and making her move away. "Go in the bedroom with Noah."
"What?" Finn looks confused.
"Come on dude." Noah cuts in and nods towards the hallway.
Finn nods and carefully making his way around a devious-looking Tina. Tina barely moves a finger and Finn jumps and runs into the hallway and then the bedroom, slamming the door shut behind him and Noah.
"What about me?" Mike asks softly, his eyes flicking between Tina and Kurt for some sort of instructions.
"Come on dude." Sam pats Mike on the shoulder and turns him so they can walk towards the kitchen.
"It's fine dude." Sam chuckles. "I'm pretty sure that Kurt's the only one that can handle Tina at this point."
"Like that's likely." Tina comments, making Mike speed up his walk so he and Sam are in the kitchen faster.
"Tina." Kurt warns. "There will be no violence in my house."
"I haven't done anything yet." Tina says in defense.
Kurt just snorts and rolls his eyes before taking a seat on the couch. "Take a seat."
"There's nothing to talk about Kurt." Tina mumbles, but takes a seat nonetheless
"Well I need you to tell me what exactly-"
"-happened dude?" Noah looks at the nervous boy pacing up and down in front of the window. "I mean I know there's a story, but Kurt hasn't told us yet."
"I kissed Mike." Finn says loud enough for Noah to hear, but doesn't stop his pacing. "I kissed Mike."
"Dude." Noah stands up and places a hand on Finn's shoulder, stopping the taller boy. "Why'd you do that?"
Finn sighs before flopping down on the bed, his gaze lost to his hands in his lap. "I was going to ask Mike for help. You guys were worried about the jocks, so I figured I could get another jock to help out. Mike's an easy-going guy and everyone on the football team respects him, so I was going to see if he could talk them down, or at least find out more about what they're planning."
"Sounds logical." Noah says as he leans against the wall closest to Finn. "But how do you end up kissing someone after a conversation like that?"
"I never got to the conversation." Finn groans. "As soon as I was able to get him alone, I . . . I just leaned in and kissed him."
Noah lets out a shaky breath. "So . . . how'd he take it? How'd he react to another dude kissing him?"
Finn lets out a shaky breath and runs his hands over his face before looking up and Noah with a small smile. "He-"
"-kissed back." Mike says from his seat in the kitchen. "I mean . . . I guess I didn't even think about it. I just . . . it's logical to kiss back if someone's kissing you, right?"
"Well that's what I typically do." Sam says with a smile as he turns away from the food on the stove to prop himself against the counter, arms crossed. "But I also do it because I usually want to kiss back. Did . . . did you want to kiss back?"
"No." Mike almost yells, the first answer for any straight guy kissing another guy. "I mean . . ." Sam raises an eyebrow at the sudden confusion. "I don't know. Maybe. I mean . . . it felt good, and it was doing things for me, you know . . . down there." Mike leans forward whispering, as if talking about his genitals was taboo. "And I know I shouldn't be feeling things like that for someone else when I love Tina, but . . . god dammit!" Mike groans and lets his head fall forward onto the kitchen table.
"Hey." Sam pulls out the chair next to Mike and takes a seat before reaching out and placing a comfortable hand on Mike's shoulder. "You do know you can love two people at once. I do it all the time.
Mike chuckles a little before looking up at Sam. "I know that, but I'm more worried at the cheating aspect at this point. I mean, we told her this morning and everything, and it happened last night. So I tried to be responsible about it."
"And it seems like you are, so you need to calm down a bit." Sam reassures the boy. "Now the thing you need to figure out is-hang on. Now that you're not kissing Finn, are you still feeling . . . good things for him?" Sam asks hesitantly.
Mike bites his lip before nodding. "And I don't know what to do with them."
"What you're going to do is spend a while figuring things out for yourself. It wouldn't be fair to yourself or Tina if you continue on a relationship with each other if you like Finn. And you need to let Finn know if you liked it or not, so he at least knows and won't continue to pursue you."
"Well he knows I liked it." Mike mumbles. "I mean, we made out for a good ten minutes and I'm sure he felt my . . . he felt me hard." Mike whispers.
Sam smiles softly. "Well this is why you need to spend some time figuring things out. So for not, you tell Tina that-"
"-you need to take a break." Kurt reluctantly says to the now sad-girl. "From what Mike told you, he might have newfound feelings for Kurt." Kurt sighs before reaching out and taking the girls hand. "I'm sorry Tina, but-"
"I understand Kurt." Tina gives Kurt a sad smile. "Not all relationships are meant to last, but that's why there's always someone else, right? Just look at Mike. He might end up at Finn."
Kurt reaches down with his other hand and carefully rubs at the suddenly-harsh grip on his hand. "Possibly, or he might stay with you. It's all up in the air for now and it's something that should be carefully considered."
Tina slowly nods. "It seems to be that way for now."
"Done." The blonde falls forward on the bed, landing by Kurt, who's already laying like that.
"Who knew helping people could be so much work?" Noah comments as he takes a seat between his fallen fiance's, tired as well.
"At least things are somewhat good." Sam comments as he turns his head over, giving himself a nice view of Noah's backside.
Kurt snorts. "Things may be somewhat good, but Tina has some new hate in her life and I don't think she's going to let go of it anytime soon."
Sam shrugs as he reaches out and gently touches Noah's back through the thin shirt. "I guess we'll be the mediators then."
"Guess so." Kurt mutters, his eyelids drooping.
"Are you really up for that?" Sam glances up and sees Noah looking down at him with lustful eyes.
Sam gives the boy a lazy smirk as he drifts his hand lower down his lovers back, loving the slight shudder that runs through the tan body. "Possibly, but you have to give me a good reason."
Noah chuckles before sliding off the bed, leaving Sam to groan when his hand has to leave the boy. Suddenly, his body is being flipped over and he's on his back.
Noah reaches down and slowly palms Sam through his jeans. "Lets get your good reason up and standing."
So, I hope you enjoyed the longer chapter. It seemed much easier to write after a few days off. So I hope you enjoy. Now, this story will end in roughly five to ten chapters, as far as I'm aware. It's just a heads-up. So if you want, you can help decide on my next story. A murder mystery? Comedy? Extreme angst/tragedy (At least in my standards) So let me know what you think about this story and future ones. And this won't be the end either way, there will be a sequel. I know that. And this one will finish off the boys lives at high school, so there's always a chance for another trilogy down the road. So let me know what you think about the story. Reviews help me through college :)