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Gueule De BoisJohn's arms stretched out luxuriously as he rolled over, making a little 'num num' noise as he settled up against the body on the bed next to him. The body in question was awake, hand shoved under his pillow, and his eyes widened at the contact.
Something in John's sleep-clouded brain clicked, and his eyelids opened with a snap.
"Why are you in my bed,"
"I was about to ask you the same question,"
"But..." John twisted his head, looking behind him at the curtained window that looked not at all familiar, squinting in the bright sunlight that filtered through the thin fabric. "This isn't my room..." he mumbled, still working on waking up.
"A very good observation, John, well done. I was also going to inquire as to the whereabouts of my clothes, as I seem to have misplaced them,"
"Where the hell are we?" John continued, not appearing to have heard the detective at all. Sherlock felt a draft against his
SH:HP fic - Chapter NineCHAPTER NINE
~ Alienated ~
I think I love you.
He stares because his brain seems to have shut down and he can't think of anything else to do but stare.
He stares with a gaping mouth and almost panicked eyes until Sherlock's grip tightens on John's upper arms and he shakes him, ever so slightly.
John blinks and shakes his head.
"That's not what you said." He sounds distant and unsure, his head turning to stare at Sherlock suspiciously from the corners of his widened eyes.
"What? Yes it is," Sherlock insists, but John's pulling away, his eyes still stuck in deer-in-the-headlights mode, looking for all the world like Sherlock had just smacked him instead of confessing-- well, confessing what he did.
"No, no it's not. No-- shut up, Sherlock, that's not what you said!" John snaps as Sherlock goes to interrupt, and he's succeeded in pulling free, now standing a few feet away and bristling. Sherlock takes a step back instinctively; he's
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