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Breakfast with Sebastian

By thoughtbubble101

Fantasy / Romance

Chapter 1

Your dad knocked on the large door in front of you. He had previously made arrangement with the master of the Phantomhive estate. Your dad had been good friends with the master of the estate's father. Now your father was about to leave for a business trip and had arranged for you to stay at the manor you were both standing in front of.

A few seconds later the door was opened by a tall, handsomely- pale man who smiled upon seeing your father.

"Why hello there, my young master has been expecting you both. Come in", the man said as he stepped aside, allowing you both to walk in.

"Follow me", the butler ushered.

You couldn't help but stare at him as you both walked. He was just so handsome and tall. He shot a glance back at you and gave you a small smile. You smiled back, slightly trying to hide your pink face.

You felt a hand on your shoulder and looked to see your dad smiling down at you. He must have saw the look the butler gave you.

You all stopped in front of a door that held the master of the estate. The butler gave a sturdy knock and waited a few seconds before a voice allowed you all entry.

The butler opened the door and stepped aside. You and your father walked in, stopping in front of a large desk that held a young boy with blue hair and an eye patch.

"Ah, Mr. (L/N), it's nice to finally officially meet you", the boy said.

"Wow, I haven't seen you since you were little, Ciel. It's nice to see that you've kept this estate alive and well", your father remarked with a smile.

Ciel stood with a smile and walked up to your father. He extended his hand and your father gripped it. They gave a hardy shake and let go.

"I hope you will take good care of my girl. I'll be back the day after tomorrow," your father said with smile.

Ciel gave a nod and turned to you. He bowed towards your for a second before walking back to his seat, not waiting for your curtsy.

"Alright, I'll be on my way. Take care (Y/N). I'll be back before you know it," your father said as he began to walk towards the door.

"Sebastian, show Mr. (L/N) the way out and come back and show (Y/N) to her room," Ciel said smoothly.

You watched as your father left you in the room with a kid you didn't know. A few agonizing minutes later, Sebastian returned and smiled towards you. You were about to pick up your suitcase, but Sebastian had already picked it up for you. You jumped slightly and breathed out a sigh, your face starting to get red at the thought of him having to get so close just to get your bag.

You snapped out of your daydream and hurried after the slender butler. He walked you down the hallway and stopped towards the end of the hall.

"This will be your room. I'll put your bags away and you can settle in until dinner. I'll be sure to come get you when it's ready," Sebastian said.

You smiled and nodded, stepping into the room.

"Thanks, Sebastian," you smiled as he leaned in to grab the door knob.

He stopped, slightly surprised by you addressing him by his name. He gave you a kind smile that made you blush.

"I'll see you in a bit Miss (L/N)," he said as he slowly shut the door behind him.

You breathed out a breathe you had no idea you were holding in. Your face reddened at the thought of him. For some reason, you couldn't stop thinking about him. He was very handsome and kind. You smiled to yourself and went to lay down on the bed. It was so comfy that you couldn't help but curl up and fall asleep.

You were woken up by the handsome butler you had fallen asleep to. He was so close that you instantly jumped back, your face burning bright red.

"Eh," you squeaked.

"Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to startle you," he said.

His expression became innocent and cute. Your face burned brighter and your breathe caught in your throat once again.

"I came to tell you dinner is ready," Sebastian said, holding out his hand to help you out of bed.

You hesitantly took his hand, feeling a shiver go down your spine. He helped you out of bed and led you down the hall, down the steps, and into the dining room. Ciel was already sitting at one end of the table. Sebastian led you to one side of the table and pulled back the chair.

He walked towards another room and came back with a buggy of dishes. He set them out and left to let you and Ciel eat alone. It was awkward to eat with someone you didn't know.

Later

You laid down on the bed and sighed. You thought of Sebastian deeply and smiled. He was a lot nicer than the old butler your dad had hired when you were little. He was a lot younger and better looking, too.

You rolled over, thinking more about him. Your blanket tucked under you as you curled up. You began daydreaming about him. The sheets helped warmed you as you daydreamed. You smiled as you drifted to sleep.

You woke to birds chirping and a small ray of light touching the end of your bed. You stretched slowly and slipped out of bed. You pushed back the curtains, expecting a stream of light to hit you, but only small chunks came through. You quickly realized that you had woken up earlier than usual.

You could hear a small noise from downstairs. It seemed a little rude to go exploring, but you couldn't go back to sleep. You left your room and wandered down the hall. You stepped cautiously down the stairs and peeked into the dining room. You smelled something delicious coming from the kitchen.

It couldn't hurt to take a peek. You drifted silently up to the kitchen door and peeked into the room.

You blushed as you watched Sebastian mixing ingredients. He poured the mixture into a small pan and placed it elegantly into the oven. He began to turn towards your direction, which caught you off guard. He jumped a little bit when he noticed you peeking at him from the door.

"Oh, good morning Miss (L/N). I'm sorry, I didn't see you," Sebastian said sweetly.

Your heart pounded as he walked towards you.

"I, uh, I'm very sorry. I didn't mean to spy on you. I was just curious," you said, slightly staggering back as Sebastian got closer.

He leaned in close and gave you a cute smile.

"Um, sorry. D-Do you need help with making breakfast," you stammered.

"Hmm, I don't particularly need any help, but you could taste-test the food I make. Would you like to help with that," he asked, leaning slightly closer.

You nodded, hiding half your face behind your hands. He chuckled and lightly grabbed your wrist, pulling you into the kitchen. He stopped in front of the counter and turned towards you. He placed his hands around your waist, sending tingles through your body, and lifted you onto the counter.

"Wait here for just a second. I have something cooling off near the window I'd like you to try," Sebastian said as he walked towards an open window across from you.

He turned, revealing small tan bread balls on a tray. He walked up to you, placing the tray down on the table next to you.

"These are pancakes with strawberry, blueberry, and chocolate filling. Which do you prefer," Sebastian asked.

"Um, I prefer, chocolate, please," you said, trying to keep yourself from staring into his eyes.

He smiled wider and picked up one of the pancake balls. He held it up to your mouth and waited for you to open it. You were hesitant at first, but slowly opened your mouth, allowing him to push the pancake ball into your mouth. You bit down , feeling some of the chocolate filling spill out. Some of it foamed out at the corners of your mouth. You blushed and went to wipe it off, but Sebastian was quicker. He leaned in close.

Your face burned a new shade of red. You jumped and shut your eyes tightly, afraid that you would accidentally look into his eyes. He lifted your chin and cleared his throat gently. You opened one of your eyes to see him closing in on you. Both your eyes widened as he gave your lips a quick lick, clearing away the chocolate filling. Your breathe caught in your lungs, the world slightly spinning around you.

"Se...ba...stian," you hesitated, unsure of what to do next.

He shushed you softly, pushing you flat on your back. He climbed on top of you, smiling sweetly. He leaned in real close, placing his hands on your hips. His lips grazed your nose for a second before sliding down to your lips. He kissed you gently, sending waves of heat through you.

He leaned back off the table and took your hand, pulling you up. He smiled, picking up another pancake ball for you to try. Before you knew it, he had gotten you to try each flavor. He held out his hand and helped you down from the counter.

"I'll call you when breakfast is ready. Please go back to your room until it's time to eat," Sebastian said, giving you a nod.


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