"I didn't mean to do that!" She apologized as Luke put his dislocated arm back into it's socket. "You're out of it, Luke." She said to him, standing. She unzipped her one-piece outfit down to her belly button, allowing her skin and body to breathe. He breast were half-exposed, sweat rolling down the curves. She swung her hair over her shouldder so that it hung in front of her. She grabbed the braided hair and began fiddling with it as she normally did. "You're good." She told him. "Next time I won't hold back as much. I am sorry about the dislocation, though." She said sincerely. She turned and began to walk, heading upstairs where her extremely large, expansive room was.
She opened the door to her room, heading inside and leaving the door cracked behind her. The cross-draft felt amazing. There was a large opening in her wall, a window of sorts. The screen was left open most of the time, giving the room a natural breeze and giving it the smell of the trees. From here, Alice could look over almost the entire home. She could look down into the training areas, or even across to the kitchen, which happened to be in the line of sight. The sun was high in the sky, casting a light into the room. She turned away from the opening and unzipped her outfit down, half way through the crotch area. She removed her arms and upper body from the outfit, but left the pants on. She let the top half hang down to her back. The breeze was amazing against her skin, and she rolled her shoulders, stretching.
Here, her sorrow could be free. She enjoyed the presence of Luke greatly; and she enjoyed teasing him as well. A sad smile spread across her face as she stroked the end of her large bed with a fingertip. Luke distracted her from what hurt her the most; But she doubted anything could happen between them.
The truth was, this place used to be a sort of dojo. It was filled with people, students of hers. She had opened it when she was eighteen; almost ten years ago. It slowly gained popularity, and she then had to restrict admission so that everyone could fit comfortably. Just four years ago she had met Isaac, Gabriel, and Gwin. Isaac and Gabriel; the two brothers. Gabriel and Gwin; the two lovers. The four years seemed long, and it was surely eventful. Until a year ago, when everything went to hell. Now Isaac was dead.
Her beloved Isaac. She had thought him dead a year ago, along with Gabriel and Gwin; along with everyone else that died. She had moved on. But when she learned that he was still alive, it had given her hope. Only to find him dead in the rain. Isaac, Gabriel, and Gwin's memory had been altered; as well as everybody involved. That meant the people in the areas that three were planted in, those people's relatives, and even government officials that would occasionally look over employment and occupancy documentation. It was a thick rooted conspiracy. These three were important, but the picture was bigger than them. The only one that retained all of their memory was Alice. And she thought it best for Gabriel and Gwin to remember things on their own. It would make it far easier on them.
OOC: That was important lol
Gabriel's body wanted her. But Gabriel had to hold himself back. He wanted to have her; intimately. He pressed himself against her, kissing her again. Then he pulled away. "I'm sorry...I...think we should...eat...now?" He said nervously. Why did he stop himself? He wasn't sure at all.