It was almost two in the morning when I decided to leave. The house was almost empty except for the few drunkards who were crashing here.
Thinking back, I can't believe what all transpired in the last few hours.
I saw an insanely hot guy, that guy turned to be my roommate's brother, then I tried to ignore the spark between us, and then I flirted with him.
Well done with the ignoring bit Iris.
Looking around the house, I was trying to locate Dani and Riley. As far as I know, Riley won't be coming to the dorm, she'll probably sleep here and I haven't seen Dani ever since I walked away from Ethan.
Finally, I find Noah wandering around in the kitchen, looking like he was trying to find someone. Taking my chances of that person being me, I made my way over and tapped his shoulder when he was within arm's reach. Turning around, I saw relief wash over his face almost instantly.
"Where have you been? I looked around everywhere for you!" He asked in a breath.
"Chill. I got caught up with some girls from the dorm." I inform.
"Okay, but you could have told someone where you were going."
"I am not a four-year-old Noah and anyway, aren't you supposed to be with Riley?"
"She dozed off a long time ago. The door's locked." Noah reassured.
She wouldn't need to come out of that room soon, and a locked door is anyway safer.
"Where's Dani?" I asked, looking around him as if she's going to suddenly pop out.
"She's with Mason in his room."
"Are they...?" I asked quirking up an eyebrow with a slight smirk on my face.
"Nope, she got fed up with the loud music. They were just talking when I left. She was about to come with me to look for you, but I told her I would find you and bring you to her. So, let's go."
"You guys are acting like I'm a child who got lost. Could have simply called me." I say rolling my eyes. Dani and her protectiveness.
"Your phone is with Dani and if you haven't noticed it yet, then you probably are a child," Noah said with amusement lacing his voice, and pointedly clutched my hand.
Somehow I had completely ignored the stairs that he was directing me towards.
"How many people live here exactly?" I asked, looking around at the number of doors.
"Eight," Noah said nonchalantly.
"Some guys used to live here, but then they shifted to separate apartments and stuff." He continued.
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Ethan Knight is living his life just as he imagined it. Being the captain of the basketball team, he has to make sure they win this year's championship, which will further solidify his chances of being drafted, his dream for as long as he can rememb...