I couldn't help myself. I had to write it. You'll understand everything when Memory is finished; just a few lebih parts!!!!
Her hand fit nicely in his. Their fingers threaded together as the walked casually along the toko district of Happy Harbor. They window shopped, looking at whatever they found interesting. And they had lebih in common than either of them first thought. They walked past a cokelat store and she stopped, looking at the display. He tugged her hand gently, but she didn't move.
He followed her line of sight, a smile on his lips. Everyone had warned him; keep Becca away from sweets. But the way she looked at them, almost innocently, was adorable. Tyler felt his own stomach growling. It was a risky idea, but he didn't mind; risky was what he lived for.
“Hey Bec? I'll be right back, okay?”
She gave a slight nod, causing him to smile more. He released her hand.
Becca blinked as a red box was placed in her line of vision. She looked at Tyler, surprised. She knew he'd been warned but he was, holding out a box of chocolates for her. Cautiously, she reached out and grabbed hold of it. When he released it to her, Becca realized he wasn't joking. A smile brightened up her face and she held the box close. He smiled at her and took her hand. She moved closer and kissed his cheek.
They smiled at each other again before heading off. As they walked, Becca noticed another box of chocolates oleh Tyler's side and she smiled more. They ended up at a park and, in the shade of a tree, lounged on a blanket Becca had conjured up with magic. Becca took a bite of one of the chocolates. Her eyes closed briefly as she relived the taste melting in her mouth. When her eyes opened, she found Tyler smiling at her.
“Perfect. Thanks again.”
Becca took another one, inspecting it. She made a face that caused Tyler to laugh.
“What's wrong?” he asked, laughter still in his voice.
“I don't like coconut.”
He chuckled and swapped her coconut chocolates with his karamel filled ones. She smiled brightly at him. She picked up one of the chocolates and fed it to him. He smiled at her as she came closer.
“You aren't going crazy yet,” he berkata as she curled up against him.
“I know. It's weird.”
He smiled and kissed the tip of her nose. She held his cheek, stroking it with her thumb. He leaned down a little, just enough to ciuman her. She kissed him back breathing through her nose. The world felt miles away as their embrace turned slightly lebih passionate. He pulled away and pulled her into his lap. She cuddled against him, smiling.
“I figured out why I'm not going insane,” she whispered.
“Care to tell?”
“Because I didn't have to bribe to get them. I was diberikan them.”
“True. So what's the results?”
“There are two. One, I don't think we'll pindah for awhile. I feel clingy. Two, We have thirty-two chocolates. Which means we'll have plenty of cokelat flavored kisses.”