...ut that never happened. Their eyes never left each other.
What they were doing was wrong, but Blossom couldn't help but feel a little jealous-- jealous that they had experienced sex the easy, more pleasant way, that it wasn't through manipulation. More than anything she felt cast aside. They didn't miss her- they were giggling, and making love to each other. Their old leader, their sister... Blossom was far from their thoughts. Bubbles and Buttercup looked each other in the eyes. They were honest with each other.
Blossom couldn't look Mojo in the eyes back then. She didn't want to be honest.
She didn't know where she stood anymore, she found herself opening his bedroom door, floating inside, leaving a trail of clothing. She hesitated to descend at the foot of his bed, an arm across her chest, still holding on to a shred of modesty.
The megalomaniac stirred under her weight. His eyes moved over, her then his head fell back on the pillow. A minute passed and he shot up, expecting her to overthrow him, and soon that expectation was shot from his thoughts, when he looked her up and down.
Blossom half-smiled at the attention she had denied enjoying for what felt like forever and slowly approached him. Her br...