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 A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)

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PostSubject: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Sun Nov 01, 2015 11:40 am

After being found out by Amethyst, TJ knew there was no longer anyway he could hide from the witch. He trusted that she would not rat him out if he didn't attend the training session he'd promised her, though he had no inclination of not attending. No, he was going because Amethyst needed his help and he wanted to help her.

Sending a note with a younger Hufflepuff to Amethyst, TJ had said that they'd meet on the Saturday morning to practice... well, whatever part of flying the witch wasn't sure on. He'd recovered enough now to fly, and he was rested. Colour filled his cheeks once more, and the only sign he had been in trouble was the remaining, very small cut-that-was-now-an-almost-healed-cut.

Shouldering his broom, TJ strode down towards the pitch. He was, honestly, looking forward to today. He'd made a friend, perhaps someone he could trust with more than he realised in that moment, and they were going to spend some time together. As he didn't have the key to the Quidditch shed, they'd have to share his broom, but TJ didn't mind too much, he knew his broom was reliable, which meant Amethyst would hopefully be a little safer than on a school broom.

Now, he simply had to wait for her to arrive at the pitch and find out what she wanted to learn first.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:56 pm

When the younger Hufflepuff girl had found her, Amethyst was in the Library, reading a fiction book just to pass the time. The little girl simply handed her the letter and waited.
"Who's that from, Chloe?" she asked the little one and she shrugged.
"A pretty boy? He was tall and pretty."

Amethyst had to laugh to that, and something was telling her that the Hufflepuff girl was talking about TJ.
"Well, thank you. Go back to your friends now," she said with a small smile and quickly put her book aside in order to read the letter.

It was indeed from TJ, and Amethyst was practically trying to hold herself from giggling like a 5 year old. So, he was going to keep his promise this time and make it up to her. She couldn't say she wasn't glad, but she was really nervous now too. Would her lack of skill in flying make him find her boring and idiotic ? She really hoped not.

Getting herself dressed appropriately, she moved towards the Quidditch Pitch as fast as she could. Trying to still look a bit cute, she had braided her long her just to keep it out of her eyes, and let her eyes stand out. She wanted to impress him even a bit.

A smile touched her lips as she saw him standing there, waiting. She was not dreaming. He was indeed there. Biting her lip, she moved a little faster and stopped right in front of him.
"Well, keeping your promise this time, aren't you?" She then leaned a bit closer to peck his cheek.
"Thank you."
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:08 pm

It wasn't too long that TJ had been waiting, for which he was grateful. Whilst it was not overly chilly at the moment, it was still not the warmest outside. Though, of course, he was warmer than most people, so he did hope Amethyst dressed appropriately for the weather.

As the witch came in to view, TJ smiled to himself. She had dressed appropriately, and as Amethyst drew closer, he noted the new hair style she'd used for today. It suited her, in this situation, though TJ kept that much to himself, compliments were difficult to deliver, and he'd rather not make it sound that he didn't like her hair in other ways.

Not that he liked her hair in any particular manner...

TJ was getting his head in a mess as she got to him, and he forced himself to eradicate all thoughts of Amethyst that weren't purely professional in that moment.

"Well, keeping your promise this time, aren't you?"

"That's not fair." The Ravenclaw replied as she kissed his cheek. That was almost enough to throw his thoughts completely out of the window as a hint of surprise touched his features for a moment. But it left almost as quickly as it came as his head conjured up the 'I wonder what it would feel like-'. He cut those thoughts off though, straightening himself up a little.

"So... now you're appropriately dressed, and not cold, what did you want me to show you the first time we were here?" TJ asked, waiting for her to explain. "I can do a few of the more technical things, if that's what you wanted, but there is a reason I only play Keeper." He joked softly, not knowing whether she would get the joke or not in that moment.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:28 pm

"That's not fair."

That drew a laugh from the blonde, and distracted her enough so she didn't notice the look of surprise TJ had after her lips met his cheek. It wasn't something she had planned on doing, but when she stood there, when she looked at him, it just happened. And she was having no regrets about it.

He didn't waste any time and immediately turned into the professional TJ she had met, and Amy had to try no to laugh at that. She loved how he could turn from adorable guy to a strictly professional man in a matter of seconds. It made her wonder how much time it would take her to turn him into the sweet boy type again. "Maybe a hug would bring him to his senses", she thought, but decided to keep that for later.

"I can do a few of the more technical things, if that's what you wanted, but there is a reason I only play Keeper."

"There's obviously a reason. You can have every girl...", the little voice in her head said, but Amy decided not to voice that. Ever. Instead she frowned a little since she was going to reveal her big secret to him. It was only fair since he had trusted her with his own big secret. And hers wasn't even half as serious as his.

"You see... I am scared of flying."
Amethyst gave him a sad little smile and shrugged.
"Professor Newbury gave me a few lessons, helped me learn just the basics but still... I am just not good at it. And I hate it."

She was brutally honest there, and something was telling her TJ would understand just fine what she felt. He would help her, she was sure.
"I am sorry in advance if I am a terrible student," she said with a small laugh. She was trying to break the ice again.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:44 pm

The honest response to his question made TJ pause. "Oh..." He replied, mostly just to say something. What he'd been expecting... well, TJ wasn't quite sure what he was expecting, truth be told, but he wasn't expecting her to come out with that. Though, he didn't think little of her for being scared of flying.

"That's absolutely fine though." TJ added a moment later, realising that the 'Oh' had probably sounded worse than he had meant it to.

The continued explanation of how Professor Newbury had helped made him feel a little better. At least he wasn't going to have to start from scratch, because TJ wasn't sure he'd be that good a teacher, especially not in comparison to Jake Newbury.

"It's okay to not like it." TJ replied giving her a small smile. "But at least you're giving it a go. Here." He added, passing her his broom. "Think you can mount up and get ready to go?" He asked, his tone enthusiastic in the hope that she wouldn't be so nervous with flying.

"You'll be fine, I'll make sure you don't get hurt." He added, patting his wand that was tucked in his wand. "Cushioning charms are one of my specialties." TJ explained, hoping that would calm her down a little more. "Oh, and take your time, we've got all morning to work through various things."
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Mon Nov 02, 2015 5:42 pm

The simple sound he made caused Amethyst to get nervous. More nervous than she expected actually, and that wasn't good. Was he discouraged? Did he think she wasn't good enough to be his friend anymore? She didn't know what to think, but she wanted to be as honest as she could with him. Seemed like it was better to lie sometimes.

"That's absolutely fine though."

That was what gave her some hope back. At least he wasn't giving up on her yet? He was giving her a chance, even if she was going to fail, and that meant something, didn't it? He was the first person offering to help without making fun of her. The Professor excluded.

He understood the fact that she didn't like it, and yet was trying, and she loved how he didn't comment any more on that. She hated when people pushed her too far. When she was being forced to do things she didn't want. He was different and she loved it.

"Think you can mount up and get ready to go?"

She stared at the broom for a few minutes, not sure if she wanted to do it just yet. Was she scared? Yes. Quite a bit, she was. As if he was reading her mind, he added that he would make sure she wouldn't get hurt, and that made her feel safe. Really safe. She nodded her thanks and gave him a warm little smile, before she slowly mounted the broom.

She took a moment to accommodate to the feeling, then taking a deep breath, she kicked off of the ground and flew a couple of feet above the ground. She was feeling a little nauseous but she would manage. Maybe.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Mon Nov 02, 2015 6:04 pm

TJ watched Amethyst as she mounted the broom, giving her a moment to get ready as he checked her position. It was a little out, but nothing serious that he needed to worry about just yet.

He was just about to correct her and explain what he wanted for her to try when Amethyst kicked off. TJ gave her a warm smile as she did so, he was - to be frank - quite proud of her for getting on with this when she had already admitted that she wasn't overly confident.

"Well done." TJ told the witch, moving to her side. Placing his hand on her wrist ever so gently, he moved one hand down the broom a little for a better grip. "If you have your hands too close together, you won't have enough control when you turn, but too far apart, and you'll end up... well, you won't now, this is a good grip." TJ assured the witch.

"Do you think you want to give flying a go?" TJ continued. "I'll jog alongside you, if that helps? You just need to lean forwards on your broom to be able to move forwards, just gently to start with." He explained, motioning for her to give it ago.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Mon Nov 02, 2015 6:25 pm

She wasn't sure what she had to do as she stood there, hovering above the ground, so she was glad when TJ took the lead and decided to give her a few instructions. When his hand came up and touched her wrist, she almost pulled back. His touch left a tingling feeling anywhere he touched and Amy was trying to figure it out. She had never felt something similar before.

"If you have your hands too close together, you won't have enough control when you turn, but too far apart, and you'll end up... well, you won't now, this is a good grip."

That made the witch gulp down the lump in her throat as she took another deep breath. She wouldn't fall. He said she wouldn't and she trusted him. She shouldn't fall.
But the more she was trying to persuade herself, the more scared she got.

"Do you think you want to give flying a go?

Amethyst was ready to tell him no, but his next offer stopped her. He was going to be there, and she had to overcome this fear. She was stronger than this, why couldn't she just... fly?
Giving him an almost smile she nodded.
"Just don't leave me alone..."
She followed his words carefully, and leaned a bit forward, feeling herself starting to move forward just a bit.

She was doing it. Well, she wasn't actually flying but this was something, wasn't it? A small smile crept up her lips and she turned to look at TJ happily. "I'm doing it!"
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Mon Nov 02, 2015 6:38 pm

The notion of leaving Amethyst made TJ shake his head without a second thought. "I'll be right here the whole time, I promise." He assured the witch gently, making sure she knew that she was safe with him around. Or, as safe as anyone could be around him, at least.

Watching Amethyst's movements, TJ moved along at her side, smiling at her progress. "That's it." TJ encouraged warmly, keeping up with her movements. "Just keep it level now, then you won't speed up too much." He advised, because it was best to learn slowly first, and then work your way up to speed.

"You are." TJ replied, a hint of pride in his voice as she looked towards him happily in that moment. "Now, try a little faster this time. I'm still here." He continued to assure her, getting ready to run alongside her if she shot off. "If you feel you're going too fast, don't pull back too hard, just move gently, the broom is very receptive."

The explanation was one he hoped she would understand in that moment, because he wasn't sure how he could explain better. "Oh, and keep your eyes on where you're going, not on me, concentrate." He added cheekily, hoping to put her at ease in that moment.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Tue Nov 03, 2015 5:59 pm

Amethyst was trying. She really was and with the instructions TJ was giving her, it was working out. She could actually move on her own, something that was considered flying even if not full speed yet. And the blonde witch was ecstatic.

The Ravenclaw Sixth Year kept giving her advice, making sure to tell her what to do and what to avoid, in order to stay safe. He had promised, though, that she was safe. That he would not allow anything to happen to her and Amethyst trusted him. She trusted him a lot.
So she truly believed that she would not fall. That she could do it.

After all, she was doing it, and he was agreeing to that.

"You are."

The pride in his voice was obvious, and at that moment Amy felt invulnerable. She just wanted to stop time, get off this bloody thing and hug him until her arms hurt. Until she couldn't anymore. She wanted to show him how happy and thankful she was, but since she couldn't do that now, she made a mental note to tell him, or rather show him, some other time.

Nodding at his next words, she moved her body forward just a bit feeling the Broom speed up just a little. She didn't wanna take it too far since she was sure she wouldn't be able to control it yet.
Though what he said next shocked the girl to the point where she almost fell of her broom.

"Oh, and keep your eyes on where you're going, not on me, concentrate."

Amethyst felt her eyes redden but she didn't say anything immediately. She wasn't going to let him think that even if it was the truth.
"And who told you, little man, that I'm staring at you? I truly believe you are terribly mistaken if you think so."
It might have sounded a little bit better in her mind but that would work too.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:13 pm

As Amethyst leant forward on the broom, TJ jogged alongside her, keeping his eyes on her movements. Hopefully he'd be able to grab hold of the broom if she pushed it too much, but it seemed his instructions had been clear enough as she accelerated perfectly in that moment. Amethyst was, quite clearly, a model student and really she didn't need him.

But he didn't say that, because even if she didn't need him, he wanted an excuse to be able to spend time with her. Deep down he knew that, but he would deny it until he was blue in the face if someone asked him about it.

"And who told you, little man, that I'm staring at you? I truly believe you are terribly mistaken if you think so."

The retort was... well, TJ knew his place after that comment, and his smile slowly faded away, putting himself back on track in that moment because he didn't wish to over step the mark at all. "Sorry." TJ replied to the witch, letting the joke go.

"Did you want to try going a little faster? Or shall we try turns now?" TJ asked, getting on with the lesson that he'd promised her.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Tue Nov 03, 2015 8:38 pm

Since TJ didn't correct her movements, Amethyst believed that she was doing great. And well, since she was still mounting this broom and wasn't unconscious in the Hospital Wing, it meant she was learning. Slowly, but nevertheless learning.

When she had told him she wasn't looking at him, Amethyst observed as the small smile on his lips disappeared, and he was back to the totally professional TJ. Why? What had she done wrong? Why was he so cold and sad all of a sudden?


"No," she said as she pulled on the broom a bit, coming to a halt. She was serious now. She had done something wrong and she was going to make things right. She had to see that smile touch his features once more. It was the most beautiful smile she had laid eyes on. It was genuine. And TJ never smiled before, so this was something she couldn't just throw away.

"I didn't mean it. I just didn't want you to know I was staring."
It took her a couple of seconds before she understood what she had just blurted out, and the red color on her cheeks darkened a few shades. "I-I mean I... I wasn't really... umm... You're just ah.. handsome? I'm sorry I can't help it! Especially when you smile.."

Amethyst wanted to disappear from the world at that moment. Had she just complimented him, just so she could see that smile of his once again? Well, wasn't that interesting.

His next question went unnoticed and therefore unanswered since Amethyst was too busy sorting her messed up, at the moment, thoughts and trying to work out what to say next. She didn't know what reaction to expect from him, but she was ready for the worst.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Tue Nov 03, 2015 8:48 pm

As the broom came to a halt, TJ stopped beside the witch, checking she was okay with the quite quick stop that had come. But, everything seemed to be in order. In the middle of deciding whether to congratulate her on a successful stop, or ask her why she'd stopped, came the babbling from Amethyst that made him frown a little as he processed what she was saying.

"I was just teasing about staring." TJ insisted as she explained. If she had been staring, then that was her choice. "I just don't want you to fall off your broom for a silly reason like looking at my ugly face." TJ explained, half joking at least in that moment, though it would come off as a complete joke to those who heard it.

"I-I mean I... I wasn't really... umm... You're just ah.. handsome? I'm sorry I can't help it! Especially when you smile.."

Those words, spoken from the witch before him, were enough to set warning bells blaring in TJ's head. Too close, too much attachment, too personal. The walls went up quicker than any security system you could think of, and TJ simply gave a small shrug to the witch. "I won't smile then." He replied seriously, turning his attention back to the lesson.

He was trying to keep professional. He was scared of being unprofessional. Professionalism meant he could keep a distance, he had to keep a distance. "Umm... Where were..." He paused, thinking. "Ah, yes, how about you try some height now? You just need to pull up a bit as you move forward, and then you'll be able to climb, and then just flatted the broom when you've finished climbing." The Ravenclaw explained, his eyes avoiding Amethyst's because he didn't want to see the sincerity in her eyes at the words she'd spoken.

Or worse yet, he didn't wish to see the amusement in her eyes at the thought she could possibly like him.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Wed Nov 04, 2015 7:14 pm

A part of Amethyst truly believed that if she was being honest with him, she would earn and genuine reaction from him. A part of her truly believed that when she spoke those words, TJ would smile again. That she would make him happy.

But she realised she had made things worse when a frown touched his lips. Though she could not understand why. Why had she made things worse? She had said nothing bad. The words she had spoken were true, and honest, and full of love. But his reaction was the complete opposite.

"I just don't want you to fall off your broom for a silly reason like looking at my ugly face."

A sigh escaped the witch's lips as she looked him in the eyes with a sad face. He wasn't ugly. He wasn't mean. Why was he doing this to himself?
"TJ, you are not ugly. Quite the opposite actually.."

But that is when everything backfired.

"I won't smile then."

What? She couldn't believe what she was listening. Why wouldn't he smile? Because she liked it when he smiled? And he didn't want her to like anything involving him? What was wrong with him? Amy watched him as he became serious once again, going on speaking about what she should do next as if nothing had happened. She couldn't stay there any longer.

A sob threatened to escape her throat as the tears were blurring her vision. Amethyst, for once in her life, wanted to fly. Fast. Away from him. From the person she wanted the most.
Completely ignoring his words, and whether he was going to follow her or not, she leaned forward, feeling the broom speed up quite fast, and almost knocking her off of the broom.

She felt the tension is her chest become heavier as she flew higher, far away from him. Far away from everything.
All she could feel was the air against her skin, drying the tears that were now falling down her cheeks. She was hurt. He had hurt her. And truly, she was more scared of him than the wolf he was hiding inside.

But she forgot she was in mid air, and she let her grip go in order to brush the tears away. And that was when she lost balance, and fell off the broom. A scream escaped her throat full of the pain she was feeling. Closing her eyes, she awaited the pain that was to follow. She didn't wanna feel more.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Wed Nov 04, 2015 8:33 pm

TJ wasn't listening when Amethyst insisted that he was not ugly. He didn't think he was attractive, so why would she? No, he simply would not believe her when she said those words, simply because it was easier not to believe her than to accept what she was telling him.

But, what TJ was not expecting was for the Hufflepuff to shoot off, fast and high after what sounded like...

Had it been...

TJ was instantly angry at himself for the thought of making her cry. You couldn't even last an hour before you upset her, could you? And to think, you could even promise that you wouldn't hurt her! You are not perfect, you're not anything, Tobias, and you never will be, his mind screamed at him in that moment, his legs on autopilot as he ran after the witch.

If she flew out of the stadium...

The dread of the thought felt like it was crushing TJ's heart in that moment, as it beat louder with every step he took. "AMETHYST, YOU HAVE TO COME DOWN!" TJ shouted after the witch, trying to keep himself under her route in that moment, despite her being able to move faster than him.


And she did.

But not in the manner that TJ had meant. As she let go of the broom - for some stupid reason she'd let go - TJ's heart felt like it'd stopped beating, all he could do was move on auto-pilot as she fell from his broom. From what height, he couldn't say, but he didn't have time for that.

Catching up with the fall only seconds before, TJ held out his arms, catching the witch (but only just) in his arms, and taking a few steps to counter the movement of her fall. "What were you thinking?" TJ asked a moment later - his voice soft as a whisper as their faces were so close. "You could have killed yourself! Did you even..." But his anger at her for being so stupid dissipated as he realised she was okay.

His anger dissipated even as the sound of wood snapping met his ears, because she was safe, unharmed and going to be okay. "Please don't do that again." TJ insisted, holding Amethyst closer to him in that moment as he put her down on the floor, supporting her weight until the tension would dissipate in his body.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Thu Nov 05, 2015 9:01 pm

Amethyst was high. High enough for the fall to break more than a few bones. It would certainly leave her in bed for quite a while, and she would probably have to drink those terrible potions as not to feel the pain, until her bones were back together.

But that was not what she was thinking when she started flying. She was crying. She was hurt. And it wasn't even her fault. But she couldn't bring herself to believe that. She just blamed herself. That was all she had learned to do.

She hadn't heard what TJ had been yelling. How worried he sounded, how worried he was. She was blind and deaf. She didn't wanna know, she didn't wanna hear she didn't wanna feel. She just fell. And it was the best feeling she had in quite a while. Falling.

It just allowed her to feel free. Not restricted. She didn't have to worry about anything at that moment. What would happen once she hit the ground, if she would die, what would TJ say, or who would cry for her. Nothing. At all.

Though she never hit the ground.


Her eyes opened in shock as she felt two arms holding her tightly, not letting go. She wasn't dead? What had happened? As if reading her thoughts TJ spoke up, breaking the silence as he held her there, and she allowed herself to close her eyes once more and rub her face in his chest.

"What were you thinking?"

She didn't wanna answer. In all truth, what was she actually thinking? She certainly wasn't thinking straight for once. But what she did would have serious consequences. Now she understood.
Now she knew.

"You could have killed yourself! Did you even..."

Amethyst looked up, her face inched away from his. He was worried. Why? Why did he care? Well, it certainly isn't because he likes you. He probably is worried about the fact he would be a suspect of you death..
And that was what she believed. Though the more she looked into his eyes, the more she couldn't bring herself to accept that.

"Please don't do that again."

Then she was softly placed on the ground still feeling a bit dizzy. Not thinking about it, she reached out and hugged him, hiding her face into his chest once again without another word. She didn't wanna talk. She just wanted him.
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PostSubject: Re: A Promise is a Promise (Amethyst & TJ)   Fri Nov 06, 2015 8:39 pm

TJ hadn't really expected an answer, even if he wanted one quite desperately. Her act of stupidity could have cost her her life and for what? But she didn't tell him, instead cuddling in to him, TJ's angered faded as he held her, knowing why she had tried something so silly, even if he couldn't believe he had the power to push her so hard.

"It's okay." He whispered, holding her close to him. "You're okay." He soothed, ignoring their closeness in that moment.

That, his feelings, the opportunity, were irrelevant in that moment, all that mattered was the witch in his arms and her well being.

"Lets get you back inside, you've had a long morning." TJ muttered, lifting the Hufflepuff back up again, holding her close to him as he set off towards the castle. It took him a while, with a few stops because he had never been the best athlete, but eventually TJ got Amethyst back inside the castle walls, and down to the Hufflepuff common room. After getting another of her house mates to open the door, TJ had set Amethyst in one of the chairs by the Common Room's fire, and insisted someone was to look after her for the rest of the day.

With that, TJ had knelt down before her, looking her in the eye. "I'm sorry, Amethyst. This wasn't what I meant to happen. I should... I should have done better. You deserve better. But you're safe now." He whispered, his features contorted with the anger he felt at himself, and the shame of breaking his promise. Again.

TJ was almost ready to say goodbye, but the word got stuck, and so he stood up without another word, and left the common room behind, promising her in his head, that she wouldn't have to deal with who he was, ever again.

Because Amethyst deserved better than that.

Better than him.
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