Water & Lightning | A Percy Jackson fanfiction

Life as a half blood is definitely not always easy. Imagine loving someone you can't really love, just because their parents aren't exactly the best friends with your own. Because your father is the mightiest god of them all, and he most certainly does not approve of your relationship with another half blood. This is how Amelia McAdams feels. This is her life. So welcome to the life of a teenage half blood in love. The fandom is Percy Jackson & The Olympians, enjoy! x


8. chapter seven


I turned in my bed and wasn’t very surprised when I felt a vague pain in my abdomen. I started thinking about yesterday and felt my lips separate in a smile. It sure had been kind of a long time coming. We had been… dating(?) for a little over a week now, where we had spent almost all of our time together. But even though we had been doing pretty much nothing, it had still been wonderful. There was no doubt about it.

I changed my position a bit, so I was more comfortable and pulled the bedspread a bit more up so I covered more of me. “Are you cold?” My smile widened at the sound of Jason’s voice. I turned around and looked at him. “A bit.” I nodded a little. He smiled and opened his arms so I could come as close to him as possible. And I did.

I placed my head on his chest and pressed my naked body against his. My breasts were pressed against his side, which I personally thought must have felt pretty weird, but he didn’t seem to mind, at all. I wrapped my legs in his so they were all tangled up, and felt his body heat spread to my body too. I was already feeling much warmer, because of Jason’s warm body.

He put his arm around me and started tracing little circles everywhere, beginning on my arm and then down my side. It felt fantastic to be lying like this with him, and I had honestly never felt more relaxed and at peace. He kissed me in the hair and I put my ear against his heart. It was beating in a steady rhythm, in line with my own.

I pressed my icy feet against his legs and raised my eyebrows when I noticed how his heart skipped a beat. A shiver went through him. “Gods, your feet are like ice cubes!” I laughed and moved closer to him, if that was even possible. He started running his fingers through my hair and I sighed of satisfaction. In that moment everything was perfect.

I watched my hand as I started tracing different shapes on his muscular chest. After a little while I planted a kiss on it. He stopped running his fingers through my hair and rested his arm around my shoulder. I loved lying here with him, and I really wished the moment could just last forever, because I didn’t want to ever let it go.

“I’m sorry I slept here, I know it will raise questions…” I could hear in his voice that he meant it. I sat up just enough to be able to look him straight in the eyes. “I’m not.” I kissed him gently and affectionately, which he wasn’t long to return. It was a soft and gentle kiss, and probably our best kiss yet. I locked my hands behind his neck and pulled him with me, as I lay down on my back.

The kiss stayed soft and gentle, and he placed his hands just below my breasts and started rubbing my skin with his thumbs, that only just stroked my breasts a little bit. To be honest, it felt wonderful. I had never felt like this with anyone before, and I wouldn’t give it up for anything in the world.

After a couple of minutes the kiss was still soft, gentle and very affectionate, and Jason moved his left hand to the mattress, so he could hold himself up while he used his right hand to slowly and softly spread my legs. I didn’t object, but instead just continued our kiss, while gently playing with his neck hair. He loved it when I did that, and I loved to do it.

He placed his lower body between my legs and I tangled my legs in his. I let my tongue massage his with calm moves, and he ran his hand (the one that wasn’t preventing him from crushing me) up my thigh. I could feel myself moan quietly into his mouth. When he entered I could feel my whole world stand still. Opposed to yesterday, he now moved slowly and steadily. I felt like I was about to explode with pleasure. I had never experienced anything so perfect before…


I held our kiss for a long time, before softly pushing him away. "I wish you didn't, but you really have to get home to your own cabin now. I'm sure your siblings are already rather suspicious, so you should probably come up with a story about where you were last night…" I frowned a bit. I was already getting pretty damn tired of lying, so I couldn’t imagine how Jason must feel.

At least I had Jake, who knew the truth and accepted it. But Jason had nobody, and even if he told his siblings about me, they would most likely not be half as accepting as Jake. He frowned and looked a bit annoyed. “It’s so stupid. I should be able to tell my own siblings about my girlfriend! Just becau…” He abruptly stopped talking, when he realized what he had just said.

We stared at each other with wide eyes for a couple of seconds, before I cleared my throat and spoke up. “Your girlfriend? Do you consider me your girlfriend?” I didn’t know what to say, but I could feel my stomach being filled with butterflies. It actually sounded really good to hear him call me that. And I usually wasn’t very good at commitments, but it was different with Jason.

With him I actually wanted to scream out to the world that I was his, and he was mine. Very ironic, considering that our relationship was one we couldn’t just blurt out to people about. It sucked. Jason almost looked like he was about to panic. “No! I mean, yes. I don’t know. I haven’t really thought about it, but apparently my subconsciousness has. And it felt really good to say it, but I don’t want to scare you awa…”

I interrupted his nervous rambling, by planting a big kiss on his lips. He was obviously very surprised, but he kissed me back per automatics. I placed my hand on his cheek and pulled away from the kiss. “I’m not that easily scared. And it felt really good to hear you say it too, so I guess, uhm… I want to be your girlfriend, Jason Samuels.” I smiled happily.

His eyes lit up like a little child on Christmas Day. He put his arms around my waist and pulled me closer, but still far enough for him to be able to properly look at me. “You have no idea how glad I am to hear you say that. There’s nothing I want more, than to be your boyfriend, Amelia Avery McAdams.” He leaned in to kiss me and we both smiled against each others lips.

I raised an eyebrow and temporarily broke our kiss. “How did you know that my middle name was Avery?” I couldn’t recall telling him that. He chuckled and shrugged, before saying, “I noticed Jake saying it yesterday, when he, uh. Came knocking on the door.” He smiled crookedly, but I could tell he was thinking the same thing as me; that Jake was an idiot sometimes. He had interrupted something very intimate.

But then again, it hadn’t exactly stopped us. We had simply resumed our actions shortly after he left. Once again I could feel my stomach being filled with butterflies, at the thought of yesterday. Well, and this morning. This morning had been more than great, too. Actually it had been the best sex I had ever had, to be honest. But maybe that was because we actually had a connection. It wasn’t just sex, like most of my previous experiences had been.

And no, I wasn’t a slut. I just hadn’t found anyone worth falling in love with yet. At least not until Jason came into my life. I mean, he was the first boy I had ever been called girlfriend by. He was the first boy I had ever wanted to call my boyfriend. He was obviously very different from all the other guys in camp. Unfortunately that also meant, that more girls wanted him.

I could practically feel the green monster growing inside me. I wasn’t very possessive, but I felt horrible at the thought of all the beautiful girls in the camp, swarming around him like moths to a flame. But at the same time I was happy and proud, because I could feel that I didn’t need to worry about that. Jason wanted me, just like I wanted him. We only cared about each other. I trusted him.

I tore myself out of my own rambling thoughts and answered him. “Oh. Yeah, I’m so sorry about that, he can have a hard time understanding boundaries sometimes.” My voice was filled with displeased sarcasm. Jason laughed a bit. “It’s okay, he just had a very bad timing, you know?” He winked at me and I could feel the burning sensation in my cheeks, meaning I was blushing.

I was pretty sure Jason was the only guy who could make me blush, and he sure did enjoy taking advantage of that. It was really annoying, because I knew how stupid I looked when I blushed. Like an overgrown tomato. He chuckled and gave me a peck on the lips. “You look so cute when you’re blushing.” I grimaced, clearly not believing him. “I mean it, you really do!” he insisted.

And then he kissed me insistently too, so that I couldn’t object. I decided to give up and just kiss him back. We ended up standing in the middle of the cabin, making out. You would think we had satisfied our needs by now, but I guess we just could never get enough of each other. I sighed in the kiss, and reluctantly put my hands on his chest so I could push him away.

“Even though we’re clearly experts at sidetracking, I meant what I said before. You really do have to go…” I wish he could just stay here with me forever, but I knew that wasn’t possible. It was already midday, and he hadn’t been in his cabin since yesterday afternoon. And none of us had eaten a proper meal since lunch yesterday, because we had been a bit busy.

I had some chips and sodas lying around that I had had smuggled in, but that was all we had eaten for dinner yesterday. And I hadn’t noticed it before now, but I was actually quite hungry. And just as I thought that, I could hear Jason’s stomach rumble as if on cue. He laughed a bit. “I guess we should both get something to eat. I don’t mean to brag or anything, but we have probably burned quite a few calories since yesterday, and we need to compensate.” He winked again.

I tried to hold back a laughter, but it didn’t work so well. He was right, though. “I actually think you have a point, Samuels. If you leave now we can reach lunch in the pavillion…” I locked my fingers behind his neck and pulled his head down towards me, so close I could feel his breath on my lips. “How am I supposed to be able to leave when you start doing stuff like that, McAdams?” He replied.

Now it was my turn to chuckle. “Sorry. But you can’t really blame me for not being able to keep my hands off of you. I mean, I’m sure you’ve looked in a mirror before.” He let out some kind of a grunt. Then he put his mouth to my ear and let his lips brush against my cheek and ear lobe. “And that’s coming from you? You don’t know half of my struggle, babe,” he whispered sensually, causing me to get chills all the way down my spine.

I just mumbled something incomprehensible and not very intelligent. I could feel his smile against my cheek. In moments like these he had full control over me, and he probably knew it as well. He planted a kiss just below my ear and I tilted my head to give him more acces. He traced kissed a little down my neck, and failed at holding back a lot of gasps.

He pulled away, and I looked at him with a disappointed look in my eyes, no doubt. He smiled knowingly and very smugly. “Lunch, remember?” I pouted until he, with a smile, kissed me once again on the lips. The kiss didn’t last very long though, because I knew he was right. I was the one who had said it first, so of course it wasn’t just empty talk.

He smiled. “I can come over later, if you want?” I was just about to say ‘of course’, when I thought about Jake and frowned. He looked at me a bit worried. “What is it?” I looked at him with apologizing eyes and said, “I think I should probably hang out with Jake today. I don’t blame him if he is feeling neglected, since we have spent a lot of time together…”

I bit my inner lip, because suddenly I felt a little bad. I had never meant to ignore my best friend just because I had a boyfriend (wow, that sounded so good) now. I knew he deserved some attention too, and he would be impossible to deal with if he didn’t get it. “And besides, we wouldn’t want him to come knocking the next time we’re in the middle of something, right?”

He laughed and shook his head. “No, definitely not. And I completely understand it. We can’t just put everything on hold to be with each other every second of the day - as much as I would like to. I’ll just see you tomorrow then?” I nodded and smiled a huge smile. What could I possibly have done to deserve that boy? He was so understanding and, well, perfect.

I walked to the cabin door and opened it just enough for me to discretely look out. Fortunately people were at lunch, because there was not a soul to be seen. I closed the door and turned to face Jason. “All clear.” He smiled and walked over to me. He pulled me into his arms and kissed me gently but intensely.

“Thanks for yesterday. It was better than wonderful. And this morning… Words can’t even describe it.” I smiled and bit my lip a bit, even though I knew it drove him crazy when I did that. “Yeah. We should definitely do that more often.” I ran a finger down his chest and he smiled a very seductive smile. “Definitely.”

I gave him a quick kiss on the lips. “I’ll see you tomorrow… Boyfriend.” I could see his eyes light up and I felt mine do the same. He pulled me in by the waist and kissed me passionately. Then he whispered against my lips, “Tomorrow. Girlfriend,” and kissed me a bit longer, before sneaking out of the cabin, making sure no one would see him.

I ran my thumb over my lips and couldn’t stop smiling. I ran a my fingers through my hair and waited five minutes or so, before leaving my cabin and heading for the dining pavilion.


I had spent most of lunch just forcing myself to not look at the Poseidon table, while eating my food. Afterwards I went to the Apollo cabin, because Jake apparently had eaten before I even arrived at lunch. His half-sister Kate had told me when she saw me looking around for him. Kate was a really sweet girl and kinda my friend, I guess. Acquaintance, at the very least.

We had never hung out alone but we always said hi to each other when we ran into each other somewhere. I liked her, actually, and I was pretty sure she liked me too, but I had never been really big on friendships. It was probably because I had a hard time trusting people and letting people in, which most likely rooted in parental issues, or something like that.

I knocked on the door, before letting myself in. It was kind of a habit of mine. Jake was lying on his bed, headphones on and texting on his phone. I walked over to him, pulled of his headphones and said, “Who are you chatting up this time?” He looked at me in surprise and sat up in the bed, letting me sit down next to him.

“Wow, are you still alive? I wasn't sure.” I stuck out my tongue at him. “Haha, very funny. I know I haven’t given you much attention lately, and I’m sorry. Can you forgive me?” I looked at him with my best puppy eyes, which made him laugh. “Oh no, you’re not getting off the hook that easily. But you can start by giving me a lot of juicy details and then we’ll see.”

I bit my lip and couldn’t hold back a smile. I was actually dying to tell him about it. And I bet he could see it in my face, since he probably knew me better than I knew myself. But just then, some of his siblings came back. I frowned and stood up. “Come, let’s go somewhere.” I held out my hand for him to take. He did, and then I pulled him up and out the door.

We ended up going to the lake, just like we did most of the times. It was kind of our place we had together, I guess. I checked if we were alone, before saying something. “Okay, what do you wanna know?” Of course I wouldn’t just tell him anything, but I would tell him a lot. Jake was one of the only people that I really trusted.

He smiled mischievously and sat down on the giant rock close to the lake. There was enough place for me to sit down too, and so I did. “How many times?” I personally thought it was quite a weird question but I did kinda feel like bragging about it anyway, so it was fine by me. “Twice.” I smiled and continued before he could say something. “And twice this morning.”

He laughed in a very boyish way. “Way to go Samuels! So tell me, was he better than me?” I rolled my eyes, stuck my tongue out at him at punched him lightly on the arm. He put his hands up as if he was surrendering. “What?! That’s a fair question!” I scowled at him, and said, “Then yeah, he was amazing. And you… Oh well.” I was kidding, but still. He widened his eyes.

“You did not just say that, McAdams. It’s not a fair equation anyway, because it’s been, like, two-three years or something! I’ve improved a lot since then, you don’t even know.” He winked, which made me laugh. He was such a weirdo. “Sure, like that’s not just something you have to say. But okay then, whatever makes you feel better.”

Now it had become his turn to stick his tongue out at me. After a moment, he thought about my previous answer and frowned a bit. “Wait, does that mean he slept in the Zeus cabin?” I bit my lip and nodded with half a smile. He raised both his eyebrows, obviously pretty surprised. “Wow, honey, you’re really getting soft, aren’t you? Jason has quite the influence on you, I must say.”

I sighed very loudly. “I know. I just can’t resist it. Him, I can’t resist him. Jake, I think I’m in love with him. No, I’m actually certain that I’m in love with him.” I put my elbows on my knees and pulled my hair, confusedly. “I don’t know what to do, Jake. I’ve never felt like this before, not with anyone.” He put his arm around me and kissed me on the top of my head.

“Don’t worry, I’m sure everything will be just fine. I’m here for you.” I sat up straight again and then leaned into him. He really was a great friend. “Thanks. I love you, Jakey.” He laughed sweetly. “I love you too, Mel.” It was good to know that I had a solid relationship with someone, and maybe I could have it with Jason too. I would definitely like that.

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