Sharing a house with Khai was hard for Third. Even though they were childhood friends and Third knew Khai in and out, his fairy heart still beat for that damned vampire. He should have known better than to fall for that childish bloodsucker. Khai was anything but prick to him, running around the campus, flirting with the random girls to have his fun and share of blood.
And here he was, in love with him, being ready to give up the last drop of his precious blood for him. What a pathetic creature he was. Being born a fairy meant inheriting beautiful futures, and he was a hell of beautiful. So why did that dumb pale man didn't see it?
Third was getting tired of waiting for Khai to get his shit together.
It was the end of the last class, in which Khai didn't even try to show up, leaving Third once again with a broken heart. They were supposed to go home together, but there was no sign of him.
He sighs, standing up and walking out of the classroom. He wasn't in the mood to go home just yet.
The aimless strolling through the hallways leads him to the further part of the building. He had to stop as he heard the two familiar voices talking from one of the empty rooms.
"How is it going with the pixie?" He recognized a warlock Bone Khai's friend.
"Third is not a pixie. He's fairy." Khai growled.
"Whatever. Did you confess already?" Bone asked.
"It's not that easy," Khai muttered.
"You live together. What's so hard about it?"
"You don't understand," Khai said, frustrated.
"Then, would you mind explaining? I don't understand too." Third burst inside the classroom, his heart pounded with hope as his emerald wings peeked from behind his back, startling the two other beings.