A sigh of relief escaped his mouth as the Slytherin began to get dressed. As much as the thought made his skin crawl, John would have to play along with whatever this what he was witnessing in order to get to the bottom of it. “Sherlock,” John purred as he stepped close to the Ravenclaw, “Luv, how about you be my good boy and put your clothes back on, hmm? If you’re really good, I’ll reward you later.” The words pouring out of his mouth were threatening to make him sick but John thought he did a pretty good job of laying it on thick for his altered Sherlock. After all, it’s not like he was using any of his super deductive powers while he was inebriated and in this state.
Sherlock was in some sort of fog. His mind was hazed over with lust and affection, so much so that he didn’t react immediately as John spoke. The Ravenclaw had been absorbed in watching Jim redress, which was a bit of a disappointment really. Then John was talking, and Sherlock licked his lips at the promise of reward and leaned over to kiss John hungrily. “M’kay,” he agreed. If getting dressed now meant getting undressed quicker then Sherlock was all for it.
His fingers worked nimbly and quickly to cover himself up, but all too soon Sherlock was distracted again by the Slytherin on his side. There was a bubbling, tingling, buzzing sensation in his chest and Sherlock couldn’t keep his hands to himself. The effort of making himself presentable was abandoned in favor of smearing his lips against Jim’s neck again with a groan.
Jim could hear the tone of John’s voice, and while he’d agreed to share for Sherlock’s sake, John seemed enthralled with Sherlock at the moment. He sneered at the words, dressed enough to leave if need be, not that he would without Sherlock.
The lips at his neck had him a pleased hum escaping him, Sherlock’s name breathed out and fingers tangling into his curls. His tilted his head to expose more neck to the other and pulled him in close, rocking against him.
Any sort of anger about John fizzled out into nothing as he savored the contact. Why did they need to leave again? Here was suitable enough.