Matt huffed when the warmth on his legs disappeared and shifted onto his marble counter then stood up with a stretch of his arms and loud moan as the pull of his muscles rushed though his body, pleasing his senses. However, during mid-stretch, he double over a bit and laughed, shaking his head at Jake’s rather amusing conversation.
"No, no" He insisted, walking around the table to pick up the remaining utensils and plates, a slight blush running across his face and a dorky grin reaching from ear to ear. "I mean, I’m gorgeous but I don’t think I can make anyone faint. You kinda pointed that out to me once when I tried a smolder on you while asking you out and you dropped me cold then slammed your locker against my face and broke my smolder."
Jake rolled his eyes. “Well, someone had to put you in your place. Better me than anyone else. What if some random girl had challenged you and stole your attention?”
A smile smile replaced his grin and he reached out to catch Matt’s arm, setting his plate to the side and pulling him close between his legs. “Where would I be if I didn’t have you?”
Normally he was playful. He was cautious, careful to never cross any lines Matt may have set down. He knew he wasn’t the same Jake as before, and he didn’t want to push away any of Matt’s memories from that time. But maybe, just maybe, he wanted to make a few for himself.