“You’re Blaine Anderson, right?”
The voice startled them both, Blaine the most. They turned around to face the guy behind them in line at Lima Bean. Sebastian quickly eyed the guy in his early twenties; handsome, muscular, with short, black hair and a devilish smile on his lips. His grey eyes stood out against the pale skin as he watched Blaine watch him. There was something about the guy that Sebastian instantly disliked.
“Yes I am,” Blaine said, confused.
“I saw you compete with the Warblers,” he explained. “We met once but I don’t think you remember me.” He extended his hand. “I’m Nick’s older brother.”
“Jeremy,” Blaine breathed and shook the now familiar guy’s hand. “Of course.”
Sebastian watched as the two guys bonded, but when he had to order Blaine’s coffee because he was busy smiling and talking to Jeremy, he felt like he’d had enough.
“So, Jeremy,” Sebastian interrupted and drew the two other’s eyes, especially Blaine’s when he put his arm over Blaine’s shoulders and dragged him closer. “You were in town… looking for a job? I heard they’re hard to come by these days.”
“They are,” he agreed, “but I heard Lima is the place to go.” He was looking at Sebastian suspiciously, wondering where the conversation was going.
“I know what you mean,” Sebastian continued. “I went looking for a job in Westerville, took weeks to get one. And… how long have you been looking?”
The guy laughed, realizing that the guy was trying to make him seem lesser to Blaine. Someone was clearly jealous easily. “Sorry, I’m gonna order my coffee,” he said and deviated the question. “Get a table for us, will you?”
Blaine and Sebastian took their coffees and sat down by one of the vacant tables on the other side of the room. Sebastian pretended like nothing had ever happened, even as he occupied the seat beside Blaine, leaning close to him.
“Why are you acting like this?” Blaine asked as they were alone.
“What do you mean?” Sebastian replied innocently.
“Are you trying to turn me on in public again?” Blaine hurriedly asked as he saw that Jeremy was approaching them, “cause it’s working.”
Sebastian looked confused for a second, then his face shone up in a grin. That’s what Blaine thought he was doing? How oblivious of him.
Jeremy sat down across the table from them, sipping his coffee and recoiling from the warmth of it. “Blaine I can’t stress it enough; you are an amazing singer.”
Blaine laughed awkwardly. “Thanks. It means a lot.”
“You should hear him when he sings to me,” Sebastian said suddenly. “Makes me melt.” He wrapped an arm around Blaine’s waist and pulled him closer, getting a sidelong look from the guy in question.
Blaine tried to focus on what Jeremy was saying then, but Sebastian’s fingers began drawing circles in his side, almost teasingly, in a way that distracted Blaine from doing anything at all.
“I can only imagine,” Jeremy nodded, and then grinned as he said, “you’ll have to serenade me sometime, Blaine.”
When he heard his name, Blaine flinched back to reality and tried to come up with an answer to what the guys were talking about. But since he hadn’t heard, he let Sebastian step in for him, unknowing about what was to come.
“Sorry,” Sebastian said to Jeremy and laughed. He turned to look at Blaine, who was watching him intently, “-but he’s all mine. Isn’t that right?”
Blaine was definitely going to make up for his silence with a reply, if only with a simple “yeah”. But he didn’t get the chance because Sebastian was leaning in and taking Blaine’s lips with his and kissing him fiercely. It took a second for Blaine to realize what was happening and that they were still in a public area with Jeremy sitting across from them. When realization hit him he figured he should break the kiss to keep things at a minimum of awkwardness, but Sebastian’s hand was cupping Blaine’s face so tightly that he couldn’t have pulled away even if he’d find the mental strength to do it. Let face it, Blaine didn’t want to end the kiss. It was hot and felt amazing, and it gave Blaine wonderfully painful tingles in his lower parts.
Sebastian’s tongue was playing with Blaine’s, and their lips were sucked tightly together. Blaine was running out of air, and Sebastian could feel the same happening to himself. He moved his hand from Blaine’s face down to the collar of his shirt and dragged him in for a last kiss before pulling their lips apart.
Blaine licked his swollen lips as he turned towards Jeremy. Jeremy was looking away, pretending to be busy drinking his coffee. He looked at Blaine and Sebastian a few seconds after he heard the kiss end. “Well,” he said and cleared his throat. “I just remembered that I better get going. See you guys another time.” Then he practically shot up from his seat and left with quick steps.
“I’ll be looking forward to it,” Sebastian whispered under his breath. He smiled contently as he turned back to Blaine, and his eyes drew down to the obvious arousal in Blaine’s tight, black jeans. “How about we got back to Dalton? I could help you with that.”
Blaine looked down as well. He had felt himself harden but hadn’t know just how much. It was really obvious, unlike Sebastian’s. “I don’t think I can wait that long,” Blaine breathed.
Sebastian grinned. “Me neither. Car’s out back, how about we shotgun?”
Blaine was obviously confused by this. “What do you mean? You want a smoke?”
“I was thinking of the word in a different sense.” Sebastian raised his eyebrow and Blaine caught on. “I call shotgun, how about you join me?”
“Sure,” Blaine purred. He liked that idea very much.