With the remark sent back, Gavin's smile only grew. If he were gay, he'd totally be in love with Haydn and his comments. Even with his extremely dorky glasses. However that was for his sister to decide, not him. He was just steering the boy in the right direction and one of them would be handling his heat issue. That can wait until he was awake however. More pressing matters were at hand like the topic of the alarm clock.
“Yeah, louder than I remember. What do you think?” He shot back.
With a suddenly sympathetic expression embedded into his eyes, Gavin's head tilted slightly, letting his long blond bangs fall forward and covering the boy's vision. After a quick hair toss, that was fixed but the sorry expression remained.
“Seriously, guy, sorry but you were not listening when I was calling to you. You know I like to watch the news.”
It was true, Gavin was nearly obsessive with watching news reports in the morning. It was like a driving force that most teens did not have. The whole need started when Savannah was off in New York and he thought that by watching the news he'd know what she was doing. How easily he forgot that the school was hidden from conspicuous view. It looked like a normal villa.
Gavin scratched his ear as he looked at his roommate for a sign of apology. He did feel bad despite popular belief when he did things like that. But he didn't like being alone down in the rec room. It was eerie and quiet and Mr. Lebeau always seemed itching to cause some hell; and though he was sure doing things with Lebeau would get him out of trouble the blond was not too keen on running a muck with an adult who was paying for his life style. Something seemed very wrong with that on so many levels.