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The Sentinel/General/079. Rejected

Title: Making His Move
Fandom: The Sentinel
Characters: Jim Ellison/Blair Sandburg
Prompt: 079. Rejected
Word Count: 571
Rating: PG-13
Warnings/Spoilers: Pre-slash but indications of a m/m relationship developing.
Summary: Blair wants to have a relationship with Jim. But Jim rejects him.
Author's Notes: I do not own The Sentinel or any of the characters. This was written for entertainment purposes only and no money was made from this endeavor. Written for 100moods

Making His Move

Blair reached up, wiping away the tears from his eyes. He had already taken off his glasses, so as not to fog them up because of his tears. He should have known this was going to happen. He should have never said a word at all. Now, he was screwed. He knew Jim would kick him out of the loft again. All because Blair had confessed his love of Jim to Jim.

Jim didn't feel the same way. Blair had read the signs wrong. Jim cared for Blair, but not as much as a lover would. Jim had just glared at Blair, not saying a word. Well, no that wasn't true. Jim had said, "I don't" when Blair had said how much he loved Jim. It was as if he had been hit in the midsection. He blindly turned and left the loft, not sure of where he was going. He had been rejected and the only thing he knew was that he had to get away from Jim as quick as possible.

He had ended up at a nightclub he had frequented when he was a full-time student. It was called The Last Call and it was a gay bar. Blair had met several people here and had thought of himself as bisexual. He loved men and women almost equally. When he started working with Jim, he was exclusively into women, not sure about Jim's sexual preferences. But the guy had been married and dated women on a steady basis. That's why Blair hadn't acted on his feelings about Jim sooner.

Jim Ellison would never love him. Blair had to accept the facts. The rejection had been hard, which is why he came to the bar. He'd already had two beers and he was just about ready to order number three when someone slid into the chair across from him. Blair didn't look up at the unwelcome guest and was about to tell whoever it was to go away, when the person spoke.

"You know, this took me all by surprise, Chief. How long have you had feelings for me?"

Blair looked up into the pale blue eyes of his partner. "Don't do this, Jim. You've already rejected me. You don't have to humiliate me."

"I'm not going to humiliate you, Blair. I was thinking about things when you ran out. I really studied my feelings and thought about what you said. I lied to you, Blair. I do love you. I just have never felt this way about a man before."

Blair searched Jim's face and actions for any sign to indicate he was lying. But he seemed to be sincere. Maybe this had thrown Jim for a loop and he had reacted in typical Ellison fashion.

"What do you want to do about this, Jim?"

"First of all, I want you to come back to the loft. We need to talk more about this. I take it you are comfortable with being with men?"

"Yeah, actually I'm bisexual. But ever since I met you, I was hoping that maybe we…"

"We… huh? I guess I could do worse than you."

"Real romantic there, Jim. No wonder women flock to you."

"How about we go home to the loft and you can show me some things." Jim looked as sexy as hell sitting there.

Blair's mind was made up. "Sure, Jim. I can show you all types of things."


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