Pairing: BA. This isn't too offensive though. Could be see as just a strong friendship.
Disclaimer: Sadly enough, I don't own anything. This is written for pure enjoyment only and no profit to be gained!
Rating: T for some language.
Authors Note: So remember "Endgame" ended with Bobby sitting in the room alone? Well in that time, Alex was driving to him. That's what this story is about. Get it? There will be 5 short chapters to this story. Be patient. It should be updated pretty quickly. This is just something that came to me and I had to write it.
Summary: My take on what happened after the screen went black in "Endgame."
Alex drives straight up to the Carmel Ridge Center as soon as she gets done talking to Ross. She wants to be there for him and she feels this strong desire to do something about it. Because, really, she just can't drive home and forget about him.
She only hopes he'll still be there. Sadly, though, she knows he will be because he has no other place to go; no other place to be. She doesn't bother to call him and let him know she's on her way. His phone has been off for quite a while now.
She pulls into the Carmel Ridge Centers' parking lot and scans the cars as she does so. With a stroke of good luck, she finds an open space right next to Bobby's black Mustang.
Alex lets out a breath she didn't know she was holding, turns the ignition off, places both hands on the top of the steering wheel, and then looks over at the front seat of Bobby's car.
It's empty. She thinks.
She turns towards it a little further, surprised. She thought maybe to just get away from everything; he might possibly just try and sleep in his car. The thought of him driving while he's crying and exhausted makes her shake.
Where is he? She briefly wonders as a long, desperate sigh finally escapes her.
A/N: Well, I told you the chapters will be short. I believe this is one of the shorter ones, though. Unlike most of my stories, I'm not doing a lot of thoughts in this one nor explaining a lot. I'm trying something different. More to come sooner rather than later. Let me know what you're thinking.