Usually when you feel warm breath on the back of your neck you get freaked out when you're in a public place. Usually you are very self-conscious to the deep breathing behind you. Usually the arms on either side of your head, against the size of the bus making sure they don't bump into you, makes you feel small.
Problem is, I never follow the 'usually' rule. The breath on the back of m neck sent shivers down my back. The deep breathing made my own breathe shallow. The arms, they didn't make me feel small at all, they made me feel safe, warm, and they made me want to feel more. So, I didn't resist.
On the next turn of the bus, I let my body fall back; I didn't regret it at all. The warm, large body behind me was muscular, hard, warm, sturdy, and as if in reflex one of the arms that he'd been in front of me wrapped around me to keep me balanced.
"Are you alright?" The deep rumbling voice whispered in my ear and caused even more shivers to run down my spine.
"I-I'm fine, thank you," I stu