Almost Disaster ..::2::..After Clary passed out, Jace had dropped to his knees right in from of her. Oh God. Oh God. Oh God. He kept repeating in his mind."Clary?!" He practically screamed at her, his voice was filled with agonizing tears.Jace slowly wrapped his right arm under Clary's shoulders, careful not to touch her vicious injury. He could see that his tears were already coming. Because some of them were already dotting Clary's gray-blue bra, making it turn a deeper blue. Jace wrapped his left arm under her knees, hauling her up in his arms. He clutched her tightly to him, afraid she might turn to ashes before his very eyes."Jesus Christ," Jace said hoarsely. He felt scorching hot fluid run down his cheeks and down his neck. He hadn't cried like that since he was a little boy. But this was his Clary we're talking about. His beautiful Clary, that was now unconscious in his arms.Funny thing was, Clary could hear every word he was saying. She wanted so much to tell him it was okay, when it wasn'
Almost Betrayal ..::1::..The sunlight has just barely broken through the medium-sized window in Jace's neat room. Jace groaned loudly, his back felt like little pin-pricks was stabbing him constantly in his lower back. Memories flooded his head from the last night. The night before, oh God, the night before. He winced at the thought. The demons had him surrounded. Alec, Isabelle, Simon were nowhere near him. Alec, you bastard. You should've had my back, you always did. Jace thought to himself. But he knew he couldn't blame just him. At least he was back in his comfortable bed at the Institute.Yesterday morning, Jace and Clary had gotten into a fight between her staying out of this battle, or if she would've been useful. Of course, Jace denied it. His love for Clary was
unimaginable. But of course, Jace had to deny it. He always did. Even when they were claimed to be siblings. Just the thoughts of Clary even having an ounce of Jace's blood, even remotely related to him, it made him go crazy. He jus