"Oh my God..." she said, her eyes going wide. She glanced at the door. "Will..." Her cheeks flushed and she pulled the covers over her head, feeling completely mortified and beyond embarrassed. "Why didn't you put up a silencing charm? she asked, voice muffled. Mandy found her shirt under the sheet and pulled it on over her head, still hiding. She shouldn't be embarrassed but she didn't have the roommate issue. She'd always had her tiny little flat and now she had her own house but Roger had Will and they sort of came together. A packaged deal. And he'd make fun of her. A lot. Sighing, she came back out, and looked at Roger. "We should just... always stay at my place."
The knock at the door distracted her and she looked up, watching Will push the door opened. He leaned against the door jamb, brow raised. "I figured you two were done because Mandy wasn't screaming anymore," he said, smirking. Mandy turned red again and hid her head under her pillow. He fucking loved teasing the shite out of her. Nobody expected little Miss Bookworm to be a screamer. "It's always the quiet ones, Davies," he said, grinning at his mate. "It's always the quiet ones."
"Shut it, Will," Mandy said, voice muffled with laughter and embarrassment. "Go away." Will grinned at his mate. It'd been a while since he'd seen him this happy. "This is going to be a regular occurrence, isn't it? Remind me to throw up some muffling charms. I haven't heard screams that loud since the Puddlemere lost to Falmouth."