Lonely naghty chat

The voicemail ended, and Marinette wiped off some of her tears she didn't realize she was shedding.

Tikki sat on her knee, sympathy written all over her tiny face."I screwed up big time, huh Tikki?

I guess I have all of you to thank for really enjoying this story. She didn't want to run into the bakery, because then her parents would start questioning her.

Marinette knows that she has to remain her somewhat perfect self to her friends and family. Tikki warns her, but Marinette is just too lost in those fiery green eyes to listen. AN: Before we got into the chapter, I just want to thank everyone for reading my story. You have no idea how surprised and happy I was when I first hit 100.She has to follow all of the rules and keep her morals. I really thought this story was going to have like only 20 follows, no joke. Everywhere she turned, she always seemed to run into someone she knew.Marinette just ran into an alley way, where no one would dare look for her.When she made it towards the end of the alley, she slid down the brick wall, buried her head into her knees, and cried.She hadn't thought that her friends would be worried about her.

She thought that Adrien was probably blowing off steam somewhere before he goes back to class.

Maybe Chloe was playing the tape for everyone to hear. Marinette didn't realize she had stopped crying until her head started to pound out of her skull. She completely forgot that he was a victim in whatever Chloe was scheming as well.

It was very out of character for Chloe to target Adrien, but after that breakup, she must have believed she had good intentions to do so. Adrien would be taken out of school and be homeschooled once more!

She didn't want their love life to be in the conversations of Parisians everywhere. Marinette being Marinette, attention was something she didn't like, even as Ladybug.

She wondered what was going on at school right about now. Sure, the legal age in France to do stuff like that was 15, but it wasn't very common for the teenagers to be starting stuff like that anyway, at least, not the teens that Marinette knew.

Tikki flew out of the purse and sat on Marinette's head, caressing her hair and said over and over that it would be okay. Chloe had been so cruel to her for the past month, even worse than usual.