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Just a Dream

By BelovedFrost All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Romance

Chapter 1: The Beginning

Madeline Jones

The sun filled the room with a bright light. "Maddie...Madeline!" a voice yelled out. "Huh? Oh sorry Alfred I just zoned out," Madeline Jones said quietly sitting up in the maroon chair. "You don't usually get so distracted..." Alfred Williams said to his partner from across the coffee table. Madeline smiled at Alfred and said "I'm going to bed, Alfie...," as she stood up and walked out the room."Kay night Maddie!" Alfred said with a smile watching her walk past and out the door. Madeline once in her room, she changed into her pajamas, and brushed her teeth. She climbed into her queen size bed and fell fast asleep on a trip to dreamland or so she thought...

A white light shone into Madeline's room. She opened her eyes and saw blurry figures move in a hurry. "Quick get the painkillers, she's waking up!" one of the figures said to another. Madeline lifted a hand and said "w-where am I?" before blacking out. 

When consciousness returned to her, Madeline woke in her bedroom to the smell of freshly baked pancakes. "Maddie? You awake?" asked Alfred from behind her bedroom door. "Y-yeah...," she replied quietly taking the covers off. "Breakfast is ready, I'll be downstairs," Alfred said leaving to the kitchen."Kay, meet you in a minute," Madeline stated, before finishing her morning routine.Madeline walked downstairs to the dining room, sat down at the marble table and ate her share of pancakes. "Have any dreams?" Alfred asked curiously "Yeah, I had a weird dream where I was in the hospital surrounded by doctors..."she replied, taking her plate to the sink and washing the dishes. 

Alfred followed behind and wrapped his arms around Madeline's waist, resting his chin on her shoulder."A-Al w-what are you doing?!" Madeline cried flustered struggling to escape.“Aw Maddie, don't fret I'm just hugging you" Alfred teased embracing her tighter. "A-Alfie..." Madeline said blushing red. "Maddie~" Alfred teasingly called as he pressed a chaste kiss on her neck. Alfred continued to press butterfly kisses along the nape of Madeline's neck. "Alfie...stop please..." Madeline begged her beloved, who kept kissing her neck.

"Alright," Alfred finally complied after a quick lick along the length of her neck. Alfred swiftly turned Madeline around to face him, her back against the edge of the sink. "Alfred?" Madeline asked confused. Alfred lifted Madeline's chin and towards him. The eyes of both lovers closed, as tan lips met peach.The simple kiss became more passionate as their tongues began their dance. They parted and panted for breath. Madeline smiled at Alfred and untangled her fingers from his blonde hair. 

"Heh," Alfred chuckled as he lifted Madeline bridal style and running to their love seat. "Ahhhh!" Madeline yelled out in surprise as she clinged to her lover.They both spent the rest of the day with cuddles and movie marathons. Together they ate chips and popcorn, drank pop and pigged out on sweets. They watched horror movies till past midnight as they passed out of exhaustion.

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