We came to my parents' house to get away from everyone back at my place. I didn't feel like seeing anyone tonight, but as soon as Logan walked into the living room, I seemed to have changed my mind.

She looks great, per usual. Her hair is in a messy bun on top of her head, and it's damp from the rain outside. She's wearing a plain gray sweatshirt that looks to be two sizes too big on her and a pair of tight black pants. They are the kind that girls usually wear to do yoga. It's the first time I've seen her wear anything tight, and they show off her toned legs perfectly, not to mention her ass. No matter how shitty of a day I just had, I'm happy to see her.

"EJ, you remember Logan from the party the other night?" He asks while walking into the living room with her following behind. He takes a seat on the chair across from me.

Do I remember? I haven't stopped thinking about her.

"Yeah. Hey." I quickly say while glancing up to her.

"Hey." She quietly responds.

"Oh, wait. You guys have a class together too. I forgot." Marc says.

I look up at Logan. She nods to Marc while standing awkwardly in the entryway of the living room.

"You can sit down." Marc laughs while pointing to the other end of the couch I'm sitting on. "Do you want anything to drink?" He asks her while getting up and making his way towards the kitchen.

"Maybe just water." She meekly responds while walking over to sit on the couch.

There's a good three feet between us, but I already feel better having her near me.

Once Marc is out of earshot, I turn my head slightly to her. "Hi," I say again, this time with a little more warmth in my voice.

"Hi." She smiles back to me as her shoulders relax. Her voice is much lower than usual. I can tell she's trying to be cautious around me. "How are you?" She asks, just as Marc enters back into the room.

"I'm fine," I answer shortly. I want to talk to Logan, but I don't want Marc to notice how comfortable I am around her already.