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Summary: Blaine has stumbled into a reputation of being a Bad Boy. In a world where soulmates are bonded in Dominant/submissive relationships and it only takes one command, he’s watching his words carefully. Not that McKinley has guys he would be interested in, but everyone assumes him to be a Dom and the last thing he wants is to bond with someone and out them in the process. That is, until there’s a new transfer and his world turns upside down.
Warnings/Rating: Dominant/submissive relationship, NC-17 in later chapters, mentions of homophobia and bullying.
Blaine doesn’t move, Kurt’s hands still on his cheeks and their eyes locked on each other. His tongue darts out and he runs it over his lip, watching as Kurt’s mouth opens a little and his eyes widen. The tension between them is palpable, but Blaine doesn’t feel like it’s his right to break it, to ask for anything. So he waits.
“Come up here,” Kurt finally breathes out, and Blaine immediately scrambles off the bench and stands in front of Kurt.
His knees are shaking and his eyes are open wide. It seems like he can hear the clock ticking faster than it should, but then he realizes it’s his heart speeding up.