Joon - Soothing Rain (M+)
‘Are you sure you don’t want me to come pick you up?’, Joon’s worried voice was echoing from the other side of the phone.
‘It’s raining like crazy outside and it’ll take me five minutes to get to your place. What’s the point in you coming out?’, you asked and chuckled. ‘Nothing will happen to me Joonie, don’t worry.’
You heard him sigh and for some seconds there was silence.
‘You have an umbrella, right?’, he then asked.
‘Of course.’, you sheepishly lied. If he knew that you forgot your umbrella at home he’d storm out of his apartment and come after you no matter what you’d say.
‘Okay then. Come as quickly as you can, okay? You know how fast I become worried.’
‘Gotcha!’, you replied and then hung up without waiting for him to say anything else.
You got out of the library, standing in the threshold and looking at the rain pouring down.
‘Just my luck.’, you said to yourself. You never thought that it would rain on such a hot summer evening. A pair of denim shorts and a white tank-top was everything that was covering you. You knew that once you would arrive at Joon you would be drenched, but hell, who cared. Thinking about it more deeply, you realized that rain didn’t sound like such a bad idea now. You were tired from all the reading so maybe the drops would refresh you.
Taking a deep breath, you started running along the empty streets towards Joon’s apartment. At first, strands of your hair were slapping you over the face, but after a while, getting completely wet, they just stuck on your skin. You felt the rain pouring down your entire body, revitalizing you. Stepping into a tiny puddle from time to time was making you giggle and reminded you of your childhood. You were right. Rain really wasn’t such a bad idea. The moment you got into Joon’s apartment building you rested your hands on your knees and breathed heavily.
‘That was great.’, you told yourself and waited for your heart to beat normally. The few people that were on the street at that hour and in that weather probably thought that you were crazy, but you couldn’t care less.
You called the elevator and got in, looking in the mirror on the side and being horrified by how you looked.
‘Joonie’s gonna laugh at me.’, you told yourself and got out of the elevator once it got to Joon’s floor.
You knocked on the door and called for him.
‘Jagiya, I arrived!’
The door instantly opened, and there he was, in front of you. He was wearing the very colorful t-shirt that you bought for him last Valentine’s Day.
He scanned you from head to toe, and when his eyebrows formed a frown, you knew that you were about to get scolded.
‘Didn’t you say that you had an umbrella?’, he asked and pulled you in, hurrying to the bathroom and getting you a towel. ‘Did you lie to me??’
‘Maaaaaaaybe~’, you said in an apologetic tone and looked at him. ‘I didn’t want you to get out in that weather Joonie!’
He hissed at you and threw the towel at your face, jumping on the couch.
‘I’m so mad at you I’m not even going to dry you! Do it yourself!’, he scolded and averted his gaze from you.
‘Aishhh!’, you hissed through your teeth. ‘Okay then!’
You took the towel and swooshed it all over your hair, trying to dry it as good as possible. First the roots and then the ends of your hair. When you looked down at Joon, you realized that he was now looking at you. Not only that, he was practically eating you up with his glare. His eyes were big and he was smiling. Then, suddenly, he let a big half-sigh, half-moan out.
‘What’s the matter?’, you asked and stopped moving your hands for a second.
He continued to smile.
‘You’re not wearing a bra.’, he said and you looked down at your chest, seeing how your white tank-top became see-through from the rain and your hard nipples were poking through it.