City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Fifteen: Izzie and Sabrina)

Chapter Fifteen: Izzie and Sabrina:

There are times when Izzie thinks about her and doesn’t want to. There used to be love there.

-Six Years Ago-

They met while Izzie was in community college. She was starting to embrace polyamory. She knew that she was attracted to men and women for a long time now. Initially, Izzie wasn’t looking for a date. She only attended Anime club, Japanese Culture Club, and Film Club outside of her classes. The soon-to-be author didn’t socialize much. It took her fellow club members to drag her out to a party one night. Izzie raised her eyebrow at them.

“Why would I want to go out to the party?” she asked.

“It’s going to be fun tonight,” the Film Club leader said.

“Do I have to go?” Izzie asked.

“Yes!” her roommate shouted. The soon-to-be writer turned to her other club members. They grinned at her like little desperate children. Izzie threw back her head and groaned.

“You really want me to do this?” she asked.

“Yes!” all the girls said. Izzie rubbed her forehead.

“You won’t let up, will you?” she asked.

“No,” they all said. The soon-to-be writer dropped her shoulder.

“Fine,” she said at last. The party was held at the Student Union building. Mostly freshmen and sophomores made up most of the guests in the party. Izzie stood over in the corner near the punch, watching the other club members dancing and socializing. She shook her head. Why am I even here? The sophomore looked at the many students dancing. She turned her head towards the door. Maybe she could slip away unnoticed…

Izzie made it outside when she saw her.

A pale girl her age stood outside, trying light a cigarette. Her mouth mumbled as she was cursing herself as each spark went out. Izzie tilted her head, watching her. Her black hair made her skin look much paler. The black-framed glasses looked cute. Izzie couldn’t help but smile at the frustrated woman.

“You really shouldn’t be doing that, you know?” she spoke up. The other girl looked up at her, glaring.

“Mind your damn business,” she muttered. Izzie walked over with a little smile on her face.

“But, I want to keep you around,” she said. The other woman looked up at her with a confused look on her face.

“Why?” she asked.

“Because you are that beautiful,” Izzie said. The sooner-to-be author got a good look at the other woman. She didn’t think eyes could look that purple. Her lips covered in black lipstick begged her to kiss them. Izzie couldn’t help but smile.

“Tell me,” she said. “What is your name?” The other woman looked so cute with her blushing.

“Sabrina,” she said in a soft voice. The woman lowered her gaze as she spoke. Izzie lifted her chin to move her gaze back to her. She licked her lips.

“Nice to meet you, Sabrina,” she said. “My name is Izzie.”

“Izzie…” Sabrina repeated. The soon-to-be author resisted the urge to kiss her.

“Are you bored with this party?” she asked again. Sabrina gave her a blank stare.

“Huh?” she asked. Izzie leaned in closer.

“Let’s say that you and I ditch this place and go somewhere cooler,” she said. That was all it took. At the time, Izzie didn’t have the senses to pick out who was crazy or not. She just wanted to get away from the party and ran into this cute-looking girl. It didn’t take long for the two women to leave the Student Union quietly.

-Present Day-

Izzie stared at her phone. Now, she still can’t get Sabrina to stop here. Izzie closed her eyes and rubbed her forehead.

“Son of a bitch,” she muttered to herself. The writer turned off her phone and turned back to her laptop.

End of Book Two

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