It tugged at Sebastian's heart that he didn't have a chance with Anita after combing through the pages of her notebook. It was all Theresa. Every page.
There was quite an explicit drawing of Theresa's boobs even. Sebastian couldn't stop looking at the drawing. Evidently, Anita knew them quite well, he believed. She was quite good with her sketches too. Sebastian had never met Theresa except the thought he knew her undressed now with all of Anita's little doodles and one liners exposing her unrequited love for her.
Sebastian wasn't going to let it get to him. He could still fancy Anita in his own way. She didn't have to know. He could be dead silent around her, and it helped to whack off in the morning and before bed too. A bit of satisfaction to get him through the beginning and end of day. But it didn't help much imagining her with Theresa instead of with him.
Naturally, it would turn in to a nightmare. They didn't want him watching. Just like he wouldn't want anyone knowing of his own little greedy moments to himself which he was sure were rather petty. But just the same, he was getting used to being alone with Anita's notebook.
"Why are you keeping to yourself so?" Jamie really thought it necessary for him to be out and about. "Your Aunt Kelsy asked for you, and she thought you should take a shopping trip with her. School things, you know."
"I don't feel like it." Sebastian felt like wallowing here, not being out and about.
"I swear, don't you become a vampire on me. You are so much more pale than before. What would Louie think if he saw you now?"
"You won't send me back, will you?" Sebastian looked hurt when he mentioned Louie.
"No," Jamie shook his head. "But don't you miss him?"
"Of course not." Sebastian smiled. He had other things on his mind. It was not Louie nor Franco and all that studying they made so mandatory. He was certain they wanted him to be a monk or a priest, perhaps.
"Please, go with your Auntie Kelsy," Jamie begged. "She really enjoyed your company before and she'd love to see you again."
"All right." He said he'd get ready. Jamie left. First Sebastian had to find the perfect hiding place for Anita's notebook. Under his mattress.
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