It didn’t matter if it was ridiculous, if it was vaguely ‘high-school-ish’. It wasn’t like she had a notepad and was writing ‘Mrs Katniss Mellark’ with love hearts around it, after all.
She just wanted to look at him. Appreciate him. Wonder how on earth she’d never noticed him in this way before.
Look out for part three of Thy Mother’s Glass. Just put it in for Green PIP :)
He didn’t know how he’d gotten there, or even where he was. But the whole ‘you shouldn’t be here’ feeling that had coursed through him the night before hit him again full force. Especially with the way her silver eyes stared at him in absolute suspicion.
Peeta Mellark knew he was in trouble.
BEAUTIFUL PERSON AWARD!!! Once you are given this award, you are supposed to paste it in the ask of 10 people who deserve it. If you break the chain nothing will happen, but it’s sweet to know someone thinks you’re beautiful inside and out. :)— thesagaciousowl
Thank you for this, such a wonderful thing to be sent :)
I am absolutely loving "Thy Mother's Glass"...I've never read anything with a storyline quite like it before and I am hooked! I'm wondering is it going to be your new WIP or will it be completed during this round of PiP? :)— louezem
Aww thank you :) and yes, it’s my intention at least to complete it for PiP. Haven’t written for today’s yellow, but will have something for tomorrow’s green, and then I THINK it’ll be one more chapter after that.
And I can’t take very much credit for the plot - it’s based on a wonderful film called Firelight that I believe was made in the 90s? But so many ways to make it beautifully everlark, I couldn’t resist!