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Sherlock Holmes was not stupid.
Quite the opposite, actually, but that's besides the point. He wouldn't deny the existence of love- or sentiment, as he called it- but he was proud to announce that “that particularly appalling parasite of frivolous emotional attachment” did not have its grip on him.
Lust- more specifically, sexual companionship - was even lower, in his opinion. It was an abomination of emotions and pathetic desire, and he was quite firm he'd never succumb.
So then how the literal hell had she gotten in?
You're a terrible person.
Which was pretty self explanatory in it of itself, but nonetheless.
Your decent into hell had been anything but an overnight change. But years and years of unfortunate mistakes and poor life choices had worn you down into what you were now; a sarcastic, twenty-something year old hothead with bleak prospects, an alcohol addiction, and exactly zero fucks left to give.
So when you wake up after a night at the bar in a jacket that smells of mustard and questionable morals, you aren't exactly surprised. And the fact that murderous anthropomorphic dogs have suddenly taken an interest in you isn't exactly anything new, either.
But when a certain red-eyed skeleton with a wolfish grin and anger management issues decides to butt into your trainwreck of a life...
Well, you're not going down without a fight.
Unfortunately, neither is he.