3 Works in Frank Morrison/Meg Thomas
Frank decided to waste a Mori just to do something else with Meg.
Tears filled her eyes before starting to spill, still staring down at her hands before pushing herself onto her feet. Turning around to meet Frank’s brown eyes, she could practically see the pride sparkling in that dark abyss. It nearly made her sick to see just how pleased he was at what she’d done. He was quick to pull Meg into his arms, resting his head on top of her own as his hand came up to pet her hair. It was as if he was trying to console her, yet the only thing leaving his mouth was praise.
Despite just how disgusted she felt by all of it, Meg didn’t pull away. Instead, she closed the pocket knife before bringing her bloody hands up to grab onto his hoodie. Burying her face against his shoulder, the ginger cried to her heart’s content as she tried to force the image of the dead rabbit out of her mind. Pressing a soft kiss to the crown of her head, Frank murmured against her hair, “I knew you could do it. You just needed a little push, that’s all.”
While she’d finally satisfied him, Meg wasn’t sure if she’d ever truly be okay with what she’d just done.
- Part 2 of No Entity AU
“You shouldn’t be here. I have a life, you know. If you wanted to show up so late, you should’ve at least texted me.”
“You let me in though so clearly you don’t mind the fact that I’m here.”
“There was a knife in my hand and I was fully intent on stabbing whoever was on the other side of that door. I was under the assumption that some smartass thought they could hurt my mother and I simply cause we live on the edge of town,” the ginger replied, walking towards Frank. Stopping in front of him, she crossed her arms before commenting, “If you came here expecting something, just say so. I’m not in the mood to play your games tonight.”
His hand came up to cup the side of her face, his thumb running against her cheek. Leaning over slightly, his smile seemed to grow as he got into her personal space. Bringing up his other hand to run through her free-flowing hair, Frank stated, “Stop playing innocent, you already know why I’m here.”
Meg paused at that, closing her eyes and leaning into his touch. As much as she hated to admit it, he’s right.
- Part 1 of No Entity AU