Sebastian saw Blaine’s house and let out a small sigh. The familiar glow of the light in Blaine’s room was there, and he shook his head. They were going to be alright. He was still somewhat angry. After all, Blaine had left him without explaining, only to come back a month later. But he had missed him too much to try to push him out of his life completely.
He used a few of the bricks for traction and got a jumping start, latching onto the wall and window sill of Blaine’s room. He pulled himself up quietly through the window with Blaine still facing the other way, looking at his phone, probably at his text. A smile formed on Sebastian’s lips. Blaine was here, and for this moment, that was all that mattered to him.
He moved forward as stealthily and silently as he could before wrapping his arms around Blaine’s waist and pressing a kiss to his neck. “I love you,” he murmured, his eyes closing as he relaxed against Blaine.
Blaine knew that not everything could be fixed by an apology. It was going to take time for Sebastian to trust him again after Blaine had left him. But Sebastian was still coming over. Sebastian still wanted him. Not all hope was lost.
Blaine started as a pair of arms wrapped around him from behind, but he soon relaxed into the touch, inhaling deeply the scent he’d dreamt of for the past month. Sebastian.
“I love you too,” Blaine breathed, melting into his boyfriend’s arms. But it wasn’t enough, he needed to see him. He took a deep breath before turning around to face him, and cupped Sebastian’s face in his hands. He was even more beautiful than Blaine remembered.