“I’m not leaving you alone.” Porter hissed at Janine as he pinned her to the wall. His face was just inches from hers. “I’m not leaving you alone when I know you like me too.” He breathed.
Janine looked at Porter with hesitation. Does she want this? She didn’t know. All she knew was her heart beats fast around Porter. Her heart thumps loud when he’s close.
But this is wrong.
“We can’t do this.” She replied with her voice trembling. “I have a boyfriend.” She tried to sound firm and pretend to not be intimidated with Porter’s piercing stare.
Porter smirked as he leaned even closer. One wrong move and his lips would reach hers.
“Don’t I make you nervous when I lean this close?” He asked her with his eyes owning hers.
Janine wanted to look away. She wanted to push him away because that’s the right thing to do. But Porter’s stare was enough reason for her to not think straight.
“Janine Kwon,” he breathed. “I am willing to be your other man. I’m willing to be yours even if I know you are not mine.” He closed his eyes and held Janine’s face.
“You may tell me to stop looking at you but I can’t. I can’t stop looking at you.” He connected their foreheads. “There are a lot of girls out there. But my problem is,” he paused and looked at Janine’s lips. “They are not you. None of them compares to you.”