We separated and I stared at his masked eyes blankly.
"I-I..." I said, my heart picking up. I felt him hold me firmly, not wanting to let go.
"Come on," he urges. "Let's get outta here,"
I smile, wondering if Peter would notice I was gone, or if he saw Spider-Man was here...
I quickly nod, really wanting to go.
"Hold on tight," he smirks and I wrap my arms around his neck. He jumps off and starts swinging. I burry my face in his chest, afraid to look down.
I hear him chuckle slightly and peek over his shoulder. I hold him tighter and clamp my eyes shut.
"Relax," He chuckled and I giggled a little. I look over his shoulder again and realize it's not so bad. I look around at the city flying past me. I take a deep breath, taking in the cold night air.
He landed on a tall building, he let me go, I was looking down at the shining city lights in amazement. I marvel at the city bellow my feet as I step closer to the edge.
"Woah..." I whisper quietly. I feel a light push on my shoulders, the next thing I know I'm plummeting to my death. I let out a scream and close my eyes tightly. Arms wrap around me tightly and we jerk to a stop. Relief washed over me.We were about 3 feet from the cement and I look down. I look at who was holding me and smile in relief to know it was Spider-Man.
He was holding me, us both upside down. "This is really getting embarrassing." I admit and half smile.
He chuckles huskily. I sigh as my smile fades to a faint frown. I wanted so badly to know who he really is. To pull off that mask and see his face.
I like Peter, too, though. I force a small smile.