My Angel: Chapter Thirteen
Ian's Point of View
"What the hell are you doing here, Alex?" demanded Ian.
"I was in town on business when I heard that our cousin was stabbed on the news. So, I thought I'd come see if you were okay." said Alex.
Ian gave the black haired man a hard stare.
"Like I've ever mattered to you before." he growled.
"Ian, you know that I care about you. You are my little brother after all."
"Don't you think you should invite me in?" asked Alex.
Alex moved to enter the apartment, but was blocked by a strong arm. Alex looked into the apartment and spotted Riley.
"And who do we have here?" asked Alex.
"None of your business." answered Ian shortly.
"Oh, I think it is. As your big brother its my job to know who you hang out with. So, why don't you let me in so I can meet your friend."
Ian took a step forward.
"You need to leave."
"Now, Alex. Before I call the police."
Brown eyes widened.
"Alright, Ian. Just remember, I'll be in town for a few weeks. I'll be dropping by to chec
My Angel: Chapter Eleven
Riley's Point of View
Riley pushed the button of the vending machine in front of him. Picking up the can of soda, he turned and headed back to the waiting room. Riley hated hospitals. They always felt cool and made him feel depressed. And this time the hospital really depressed him. Not only was Kylie in surgery because some ass stabbed her, but the entire time they had been there, Ian had been in a daze. He didn't talk to anyone, he wouldn't eat or drink anything. Riley had been worried at first that Ian would go into an attack, but the taller teen just sat in his chair, staring at his hands, which fell limply between his knees. It broke Riley's heart to see the normally happy go luck teen look like his world was falling apart. He wanted to do something, to say something that would help Ian, but Ian wouldn't even look at him. All he was able to do was sit as close to the copper haired teen as possible. They had been in the cold waiting room for two and a half hours without any word on
My Angel: Chapter Nine
Riley's Point of View
"Scoot over there, mister."
Riley rolled his eyes as he made room in the truck. Though it wasn't all bad. Riley smiled a little as Ian's hand found its way into his. Riley looked over at Kylie, noting the huge grin on her face.
'Yeah, she soooo planed this.'
Riley sighed as he thought about the evening. It had started out great. After making out with Ian, (which still made him blush slightly just thinking about it) they had made their way over to Kylie's apartment. After throwing his bags on the couch, the three had piled into the small cab of Ian's truck. When Riley had asked Kylie why she didn't have a car she shrugged.
"Why should I get a car when my job is two blocks away, and all the stores I need are within eight blocks of my building? Its just a waste of money and gas."
When they got to the theater, they had picked Eat,Pray,Love, a movie that only Kylie had any real interest in watching. Actually, it had been Kylie who had picked the movie, taking into acco