"Oi, I've told you to switch your phone off." She chuckled as I crawled back into my bed.
"Shut it you." I winked.
"Make me." She smirked.
I straddled her half naked body, leaning forward and forcing our lips together.
Her hands tangled through my hair, pulling at it. I smirked, moving to her neck and planting kisses along it.
"I could get used to this." She mumbled.
"Me too." I whispered, kissing down on her neck again.
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I placed my phone down on the kitchen side, shocked at the fact he'd not even given me chance to talk.
"Dad's here." Robbie smiled, popping his head through the kitchen door.
I nodded, walking out of the kitchen and in to the living room where my dad was sat on the sofa, along with Max and Robbie.
"Grandad!" Lexi squealed, jumping down from my arms.
"Hey princess, how are you?" He grinned, pulling her into a hug.
"I missed you." She pouted.
"Aw I missed you too. Listen, why don't you go upstairs with Uncle Robbie and Max to help Robbie with his tie?" He chuckled, smiling at Lex.
"Ok." She grinned, pulling at Robbie's arm, running out of the living room.
"How are you, Kate?" He smiled as I sat myself down on the sofa next to him.
"I don't even know." I whispered.
He wrapped his arm around my shoulder, as I rested my head on his.
"What's wrong, angel?" He asked.
Ever since I was younger, he'd always call me that. I've always been his little angel.
"Tom.." I mumbled.
"What's he done?" He panicked.
"Nothing. He just, he ended it with me, dad. He said it was for the best but now I feel so guilty because Lexi just wants to see him. I can't tell her dad." My voice had cracked at this point.
Tears slowly started to fall from my eyes and I honestly felt so pathetic. I am pathetic.