Pairing: Alex/Olivia; Serena/Casey
Fandom: Law and Order SVU
Disclaimer: All characters are the property of Dick Wolf and NBC (except for the few I created).
Author's Notes: Olivia's look is from first season SVU; Alex's look is without the bangs. Nichya is Russian for "No One's."
Summary: Alternate Universe (A/U)--Sequel to "Fear Is the Enemy." Alex and Olivia are truly no one's but each other's, and they vow to let nothing tear them apart. But how long can they keep their relationship from their parents? What happens when unexpected obstacles are thrown into their path?
When their lips parted, another song had already started. Olivia laughed and said, “I don’t even know when we stopped dancing!”
Alex smiled. “I don’t know either. I was too busy letting you seduce me.”
Olivia drank the last of her beer and said, “And you enjoyed every second of it.”
“That I did,” Alex replied, taking her hand and leading her back over to their friends.
Casey looked up at them and smiled, “Looks like you two had a bit of fun on the dance floor.”
Olivia sat down and pulled Alex into her lap. “You’re observant,” Olivia said slyly.
Alex giggled and drank some more of her Smirnoff. “She sure is.”
“So were you guys bored to tears without us?” Olivia teased, kissing Alex’s cheek.
Serena placed her head on Casey’s shoulder and replied, “Nah, I think we were able to manage.”
Casey smiled and kissed her forehead. “We certainly were.”
Olivia rubbed Alex’s thigh and said, “Yep, I’ll say.” She turned to Kim. “Hey, I hope you don’t feel like the 5th wheel or anything.”
With a dismissive wave of her hand, Kim answered, “Oh, don’t worry about me! I’m fine.”
“You wanna come back to our room?” Alex asked. “We can get to know each other in a setting that’s not so crowded and noisy.”
Kim nodded. “I’d like that very much. Just let me tell my friends, ok?”
“No problem,” Alex said, flashing her a smile.
Kim returned a few minutes later with her friends. After she’d introduced them to the gang, they said goodbye to her.
When they got to Alex’s SUV, Kim exclaimed, “Wow! This is a neat car!”
Alex smiled and unlocked the doors. “Thanks. It was a birthday present.”
“She got two cars for her birthday,” Olivia said, getting in and fastening her seatbelt.
“Yeah, the other’s a Mercedes convertible,” Serena added.
Kim smiled. “Nice! I have a red Bimmer.”
“Cool!” Casey replied.
“So what grade are you?” Olivia asked.
“Sophomore,” she answered.
“Nice,” Alex answered, sparing a glance at her in her rearview mirror. “All of us are sophomores except Olivia, who’s a junior.”
“So now I get to hang out with four sophomores instead of just three,” Olivia joked. “Damn you younguns!”
Alex swatted her arm. “Hey! Don’t get so cocky, Little Miss Junior. You’re only a year older.”
Kim pointed at the dashboard. “Is that Tweety Bird?”
Olivia, Casey, and Serena collectively rolled their eyes. “Unfortunately, yes,” Olivia confirmed, which warranted another swat from Alex.
“You’ll also notice that she has a Tweety wheel cover,” Casey added.
“There will be no Tweety hating in my car!” Alex stated firmly.
Kim put her hands up. “Hey, that’s fine with me. Whatever floats your boat.”
Olivia reached over and patted Alex on the shoulder. “You know we’re just teasing, baby.” She moved her hand down to her fully exposed thigh. “I love the um…accessibility this dress provides.”
“In layman’s terms—you love how it comes up to her ass when she sits down,” Casey said.
Ignoring Casey, Alex turned to Olivia and grinned. “You’re just trying to get back on my good side.”
Olivia moved her fingers to the inside of her thigh, dangerously close to her center. “Is it working?”
“I need more time to deliberate,” Alex replied, smiling slyly.
Olivia put her face in her hands. “No, not more lawyer talk!”
“You wanna be a lawyer?” Kim asked Alex. “I do, too!”
Alex looked at her in the rearview mirror. “Cool!”
Olivia turned around and asked in mock anger, “You, too? Now I have four future lawyers to contend with!” She shook her head. “I’m doomed!”
Kim laughed. “I didn’t know everyone else wanted to be lawyers, too! What do you want to be?”
Olivia smiled and answered, “A detective.”
“That’s really great,” Kim complimented. “I know you’ll be perfect for the job.”
A few minutes later, they pulled up to the hotel and took the elevator to Alex and Olivia’s room.
Alex grabbed her laptop and they all sat around her on the bed. She began showing Kim various photo albums.
“So you’re a cheerleader?” Kim asked.
“Yep. I’m also on the gymnastics team,” Alex replied.
“That’s awesome,” Kim said.
“Serena’s a cheerleader and gymnast, too,” Casey said, proudly patting Serena on the back. “And I play softball.”
“And I’m on the swim team and the basketball team,” Olivia added.
Alex kissed her on the cheek and then turned to Kim. “She’s the best on both!”
Kim smiled. “Nice. I’ll be sure to come out and watch all of you in action.”
Casey smirked and jerked her thumb in Alex and Olivia’s direction. “Yeah, and if you hang around those two long enough, you’ll get your fill of action.”
Alex rolled her eyes. “Oh, you should be a comedian.”
Olivia nipped Alex’s earlobe and wrapped an arm around her waist. “I can’t help it if my baby is irresistibly sexy.”
Alex giggled and snuggled closer. “Says the smoking hot brunette.”
“I really like that picture of you,” Kim said, pointing to a picture of Olivia tapping Alex on the nose. “You guys look so happy and in love.”
Alex laid her head on Olivia’s shoulder and replied, “Aw, thanks.”
Olivia rubbed her hand softly up and down Alex’s arm and asked Kim, “So, have you ever kissed a girl?”
“Remember? She’s straight,” Serena reminded her.
Olivia smirked. “Yeah, straight to the nearest girl!”
Kim laughed. “You guys don’t give up, do you?”
Alex grinned and said to Olivia, “Notice how she’s avoiding the question.”
“Ok, ok. I’ll answer,” Kim conceded. “No, I haven’t.”
“Would you ever?” Olivia asked.
Kim shrugged. “Well, I won’t say never because who knows where life will lead you? I could see myself maybe kissing a girl at a party or something. You know, just for fun.”
“Would you do it as a dare?” Casey asked.
Kim smiled. “Is that a challenge?”
“At the next party back home, we’ll have to find a hot girl for you to kiss,” Casey replied.
“How is kissing a girl different from kissing a guy?” Kim asked.
“Girls are softer, smoother,” Alex explained. “Kissing a guy just never felt right to me.”
“Girls smell better, too,” Serena added with a grin.
“And they’re more tuned into our needs,” Casey said, smiling at her girlfriend.
“Yeah,” Olivia agreed. “They pay attention to all the small things that make a big difference.”
“Sex with Serena is much, much better than it ever was with my ex-boyfriend. She makes me feel so many things he never did. She knows all my hotspots,” Casey added, leaning in to kiss her.
Kim watched as they explored each other’s mouths softly and gently. She became more intrigued with each moment. She definitely was no stranger to seeing girls kiss, but this time something just felt different. It was the first time something was stirring inside her and she didn’t know why.
Her thoughts were interrupted by Olivia saying, “You haven’t seen a kiss until you’ve seen this.” She enveloped Alex’s mouth in a probing, steamy kiss. Alex moaned into her mouth and gently massaged the back of her neck.
Casey parted from Serena and shook her head. “I think you’re gonna get more than just a kiss with them.”
“That’s for sure,” Serena agreed. “Just duck if clothes start flying off.”
After a few more minutes, they broke the kiss and gasped for air. “Wow, that was intense,” Kim said.
“You’re tellin’ me,” Alex replied, licking her lips.
A goofy grin crossed Olivia’s face. She leaned back against the headboard and proclaimed, “Yep. Alex can’t resist these lips.”
Alex playfully swatted her. “Oh hush, you.”
“I have to admit, both your kisses were pretty hot,” Kim complimented.
“Thanks,” Serena replied. “Casey’s a phenomenal kisser.”
“So is Liv,” Alex replied, laying her head on her chest and sighing happily.
“So do your parents know about your relationships?” Kim asked.
Casey shook her head. “Both my parents and Serena’s are Catholic so telling them we’re involved is outta the question.”
“Alex’s mom already knows,” Olivia explained. “She supports us, but her dad doesn’t know yet. And my mom is really homophobic. If I told her I was gay and in love with Alex, she’d flip her shit.”
“Aw, that sucks. Why can’t people see that love is blind? It knows no race or gender,” Kim sympathized.
“Because they’re stuck in the Middle Ages,” Alex grumbled.
“How long have you two been together?” Kim asked.
“Since the beginning of September,” Olivia answered.
“We took a short break around November but were back together before Christmas,” Alex added.
“Ha!” Serena snorted. “Break, my ass. They still spent almost all their time together.”
Olivia stroked Alex’s hair softly and said, “What can I say? We’re inseparable.”
Kim smiled. “You two seem so perfect for each other. Why’d you break up?”
Olivia sighed deeply. “It was my fault. I freaked out a couple times because I was afraid of being outed to everyone. The first time was at the end of October at a party after the homecoming dance. My ex-boyfriend caught me and Alex…you know…in the bathroom.”
Kim’s mouth dropped open. “Wow, are you serious? That’s gotta be um, awkward.”
“Yeah, it was. But we got back together five days later, though. Then the very next day stupid me freaked out again and called it off.”
“So what made you wake up and smell the coffee, so to speak?” Kim asked.
“Well, the night after that I was at the football game. I went with this guy and after the game we went back to his car and started to hook up.” Feeling Alex tense up, she leaned down to kiss her head softly. “But right before we were gonna have sex he said some things that pissed me off. So I pushed him off me and left the car. It was just my luck that Serena was standing right there because we were blocking her and Alex from leaving. Then Alex got out of Serena’s car, saw the condom wrapper drop from the guy’s hand and basically ripped into me. We got into a huge fight and said a lot of hurtful things to each other.” Her voice caught and her eyes began to tear up. “The thing that made me wake up was when Alex told me she hated me and didn’t know what she’d ever seen in me. I…I just couldn’t take it.”
Alex sat up and kissed her cheek. “Don’t cry, sweetie. That’s all forgiven now, ok?”
Olivia looked into her eyes and ran her thumb down her lips. “I almost lost you for good.”
“But you didn’t,” Alex murmured, stroking her cheek.
“How’d you two works things out?” Kim asked.
“That following Monday I went to her and begged for forgiveness,” Olivia explained. “She told me that she was hurting too much to take me back. So I asked if we could at least be friends. She told me to give her a week and she’d see. So after that week was up, we slowly started building back our friendship.”
Kim pouted. “That must’ve been so hard. I mean…knowing you’re in love but that you have to act like you’re just friends. How’d you guys stand it without going crazy?”
Alex laughed. “I think we did go a little crazy. The connection between us had never left and there were so many times where I just wanted to be like ‘fuck it!’ and kiss her!”
“You’re telling me!” Olivia agreed. “We could cuddle, but being right beside her and not being able to kiss or make love to her was so hard!”
Kim picked up a pillow and squeezed it to her chest. “So what brought about the reunion?”
Olivia looked at Alex and grinned. “Should I tell her or do you want to?”
Alex giggled. “I’ll do it!” She rubbed her nose against Olivia’s and then looked at Kim. “Well, Liv was helping me wrap Christmas presents. I asked her what she wanted for Christmas and she said, ‘You.’ Then she pulled out these beautiful necklaces.” She held hers up for Kim to see. Olivia held up hers as well. “She asked me to be with her again and promised me that she’d never run away again. So I said yes.”
“Aww,” Serena, Casey, and Kim cooed.
“She also said yes when I gave her this ring,” Olivia said, grinning proudly as she held up Alex’s hand for Kim to see.
Kim also noticed Olivia’s identical ring. “They’re gorgeous! You two are engaged?”
Alex smiled. “Not exactly. They’re promise rings.”
“Yep. We exchanged them on Valentine’s,” Olivia added.
“Aw! That’s so romantic!” Kim exclaimed.
“Yeah. And you’ll never guess how she did it!” Alex said.
“How?” Kim asked.
“Well, she’d prepared this wonderful dinner for me. When it was time for dessert, I felt my fork hit something hard. So I pulled this ring out of the Bavarian cream and was completely floored.”
Kim’s mouth dropped. “Wow! That’s so cute and creative!”
Casey smiled. “Yeah. I can only imagine how Liv’s proposal will be.”
Alex looked at her and folded her arms. “How do you know I won’t propose to her?”
Olivia’s smile widened. “Well, aren’t you just full of surprises?”
Alex straddled her waist and put her hands on her shoulders. “Can you guess what surprise I have in store now?”
Casey smirked and commented, “That’s not really a surprise.”
Serena gasped. “Alex, are you wearing any underwear?”
Alex looked over her shoulder. “Of course I am, silly!”
“Are you wearing nude panties?” Serena asked sarcastically.
Alex rolled her eyes. “No. I have on a thong.”
Smiling, Olivia slipped her hands under Alex’s dress and started kneading her ass. “Very effective.”
“I agree,” Alex replied. She leaned in and whispered, “What you’re doing is also very effective at making me wet.”
Kim looked at Casey and Serena and asked, “Were we supposed to hear that?”
Casey laughed. “You catch on quickly.”
Olivia ignored them. “I know something that works a little better,” she said slyly, leaning up to meet her lips.
Alex began rocking her hips against her waist. “Mmm,” she moaned as she ran her hands over Olivia’s breasts.
Serena cleared her throat. “Well, who wants to watch a movie?”
“Yeah. A movie sounds great,” Casey agreed.
Groaning, Alex got off Olivia and said, “Ok, ok. We get it.” She went to get a couple movies off the desk. “Here you go,” she said, handing one to Casey and then taking her seat beside Olivia.
Casey put the movie in and then turned out the lights. “Remember we can still hear your moans even if we can’t see you,” she said, getting back into bed. “So no funny stuff!”
Olivia smirked and pulled Alex near her as she said, “Only if you and Serena promise us the same thing.”
Serena laughed. “I don’t make promises I have no intention of keeping.”
Alex threw a hand up. “See! And you talk about us.”
Serena giggled. “Casey and I are just stealthier.”
Olivia whispered in Alex’s ear, “I’d like to engage in a little stealth loving.”
Alex whispered back, “How about we take a walk on the beach after the movie? Just the two of us?”
Olivia ran her fingers across Alex’s stomach and replied, “I like the sound of that.”
When the movie ended and Casey turned the lights back on, Kim asked them, “So how are the teachers at Madison? Are they chill?”
Olivia rolled her eyes. “Some of them are. Others are real nightmares.”
“Yeah,” Alex agreed. She gestured at Serena and Casey and continued, “We all have constitutional law with Petrovsky and ugh, she is the biggest pain in the ass you will ever meet.”
Kim laughed. “Wow. Guess it’s a good thing the semester is already half over, huh?”
“You can say that again,” Casey murmured.
Kim looked at her watch. “Well, I guess I’d better get going. My friends will probably think I’ve been kidnapped or something.”
Casey laughed. “Cool. You wanna hang out again tomorrow?”
Kim smiled. “Sure. That seems like fun. Let’s all exchange numbers.”
After everyone had, she grabbed her purse and said, “Ok. Have a good night!”
“Night!” they all said back.
Kim was just about to enter her hotel room when she heard a raspy voice say, “Well, well, well, if it isn’t Kim Greylek.”