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Blossoming by ohmymerlin
Chapter 6 : six
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When I woke up, Louis was still asleep. He looked like a right angel when he slept.

I didn’t want to wake him up, but I wanted to get out of the bed. I shifted slightly and the bed wobbled violently. I tutted quietly and slowly got out of the bed. The whole time the bed was wobbling like there was an earthquake measured ten on the Richter scale.

When my feet finally landed on the safe floor, I raised my arms in a ‘Hallelujah’ position.

“What are you doing?” Louis’ amused voice came from behind me.

I whirled around to see him smiling widely at me.

“Er… I was celebrating because I got out of the bed without waking you… But I guess I failed.”

He grinned. “I was awake the first time you moved. I watched you struggle, it was quite amusing.”

I folded my arms. “So you watched me suffer because I was trying to be nice to you?”

He nodded and I rolled my eyes. I was about to say something and he pulled me back into the shaking bed.

I let out a squeal and he hovered above me. “I suppose I should have warned you.”

“You think?” I asked, wrapping my arms around his waist.

He grinned and bent down to kiss me. I shifted my head to the side and said, “I need to brush my teeth first. I never kiss someone in the morning.”

He laughed and rolled off of me. “Alright then. Am I still coming to your parents’ house today?”

“If you want to, hey do you have a spare toothbrush or something?” I asked, looking around in his bathroom.

“Yeah, third drawer. So they won’t mind if I come over?” he asked, pulling a new shirt on as his other one was being worn by me.

It smelt good.

I shook my head because my mouth was full of toothpaste. Once my teeth had been cleaned, I said, “No they won’t mind at all. But if you feel uncomfortable, you don’t have to come.”

“Nah, I’ll come. It’s okay; I’ll give up my busy schedule of nothing just for you,” he said around a mouth of toothpaste.

“Aren’t you just the sweetest?” I grinned and wrapped my arms around his waist. He shrugged and placed a sloppy kiss on my cheek.

“Eugh! You just put your toothpaste spit on me!” I grimaced, wiping my cheek.

He winked and washed out his mouth. “You love it darl, don’t deny it.”

I rolled my eyes started raiding his pantry. I reached up for some cereal and Louis said, “You look good in my shirt. You should be in it more often.”

I flushed and smiled goofily. He then grabbed me by the waist and pulled me close.

“I should have asked you this last night, but we were a bit busy.” He grinned when I flushed again. “Anyway, be my girlfriend?”

“Sure thing, chicken wing!” I said, reaching up to give him a kiss. He snorted but still gave me a kiss.

I was Louis Weasley’s girlfriend.

Be jealous.


I was back at my place and Louis was in the living room, waiting for me to get changed.

What? Did you expect me to go to my parents’ house in Louis’ shirt?

After a lot of deliberation, I decided to go with a yellow sundress. It was a nice day and I wanted to show my newly shaven legs.

I walked out and Louis whistled appreciatively. I flushed and he grinned triumphantly. “Are we leaving now?” he asked, grabbing my hand.

“You know… we don’t have to go… I mean, it’s not that important,” I said, fiddling with the ends of my hair.

He rolled his eyes. “Come on, let’s just get there, it won’t be that bad,” he said consolingly.

“That’s what they all say,” I muttered.

“Sorry, what?” Louis asked and I shook my head.

“Never mind, let’s just go.” I closed my eyes and turned on the spot.

When we stopped twisting through tubes, I took a deep breath to stop my head from spinning. “Okay, so maybe I should warn you about a few things,” I said to him. “Okay so my dad has a very strong obsession with donkeys. He’ll make a few bad puns here and there, so don’t think he’s being crude.”

Louis started laughing and I shot him a glare. “I’m being serious! My mum is just a worry-wart and my brother is very protective over me because he’s older than me by three and a half minutes. Ellie, she’s just insane so don’t worry about her.”

He nodded, looking amused. “Shall we knock, now?”

I made a face but said, “Fine.” I quickly rapped on the door and waited nervously for Mum to answer it.

“Phoebe! Darling, I haven’t seen you in ages! I’ve missed you so much! You need to write more! How’s Auror training going? Have you been eating properly? You look thin! Wh-”

“Mum! Enough!” I wiggled out of her hold. “I’m sorry I haven’t talked to you in ages. I’ve been busy, Mum. But this is Louis.”

“It’s lovely to meet you Louis,” Mum said in a perfectly normal tone.

“You too, Mrs. Sandhurst,” he said, shaking her hand.

She looked a little dazed so I said, “Can we come in?”

She shook her head to clear it. “Ye-yes of course! I’m sorry, come in, come in!” She ushered us in and shut the door behind us. “Your brother and Ellie are already here, they’re just out the back. I’ll join you in a minute.”

We nodded and I led Louis to the backyard. “I’m sorry for my mum; she tends to get a bit excited when she sees me.”

Louis laughed. “She’s not that bad. You look a lot like her.”

“Everyone says that,” I grumbled.

He looked down at me in surprise. “Don’t you like that?”

“No, I don’t mind at all! It’s just people have come up to us before and asked if we’re sisters! It made me feel so old! Of course, Mum loved it because it made her feel young,” I laughed.

He nodded and I opened the door to the backyard. “We’re here!” I called out.

“Bee! I haven’t seen you in so long, sweetheart!” Dad got up to give me a hug. “And who’s this?” He looked at Louis suspiciously.

“This is Louis. Louis, this is my dad,” I gestured to the both of them.

“It’s nice to meet you sir,” Louis said, holding his hand out.

Dad shook it. “Sir? I like this one. It’s nice to meet you too, Louis. Sit down, sit down.”

Louis obliged and I introduced him to Matt. “Matt, this is Louis. Louis – this is Matt, my brother.”

“It’s nice to meet you,” Louis said, holding his hand out again for Matt to shake.

“Nice to meet you too. I’ve heard a lot about you,” he said, relaxing back in his chair.

“You have?” I asked, much to the surprise of Louis.

“Ellie,” Matt said simply.

“Where is she anyway?” I asked.

“Right behind you,” a familiar voice said behind me.

I whirled around and gave her a hug. She whispered in my ear, “You owe me big time, missy.”

I looked at her in confusion but she gave me a look that clearly said ‘later’. I shrugged and introduced Ellie properly to Louis.

“Nice to see you again,” Ellie grinned. “At least you aren’t snogging my best friend this time.”

Louis laughed and Dad stared at me. I gave him an innocent shrug; he just shook his head and laughed. “Yeah, but it’s nice to meet you properly.”

Ellie grinned and Mum popped her head out, “Bee, could you please come and help me for a sec?”

“Sure, Mum,” I smiled at her and Ellie offered her help too.

“Oh, no. That’s okay dear, you can stay out here,” Mum assured her.

“No, she can help, Mum,” I said, shooting Ellie a grin. I wanted to know why I owed her.

Mum shot me a disproving look but we both walked back in the house. As soon as we were out of earshot I asked her, “Why do I owe you?!”

She cracked the most evil grin and I involuntary stepped back. “What?” I asked fearfully.

“I went to your apartment today. And you weren’t there! I had to make up a whole story to Matt because he kept asking me questions! So I assume you were with Louis?” she asked, waggling her eyebrows.

I went bright red and groaned. “Bet you did a lot of that last night,” she said suggestively.

“Ellie!” I said, outraged.

“Oh, it’s true and you know it!” she waved her hand nonchalantly.

I walked back to the kitchen to help Mum fix up some platters. Ellie followed and asked, “Well? Am I right?”

“Right about what?” Mum asked curiously.

“Nothing!” I said hastily, cutting off Ellie before she could respond.

“Come off it, Susan will be fine with it!” I went to interrupt again but Ellie covered my mouth with her hand. “Susan, your daughter here spent the night with Louis but won’t admit it!”

I pushed her off me and glared at her. Mum looked at me, with a smirk tugging at her lips. “Well, I can tell you this Bee, you’re a very lucky girl.”

I looked at Mum horrified and she shrugged. “What? He’s gorgeous, Bee. Keep him around forever. I want his grandchildren!”

I went bright red and Mum kissed my cheek. “Mum!” I said, mortified. “We only just labeled it today! I think you’re a bit too excited.”

“Nonsense,” she shrugged and Ellie was laughing so hard, she had tears streaming down her face. “Ellie, don’t laugh. I want grandchildren from you too!”

That sobered her up. “I think we’ll wait, Susan.”

Mum laughed and shooed us outside with some platters. I shook my head and Ellie said, “I never knew that your mum had that side to her!”

“Ellie, we do not speak of that,” I said, laying down the platter on the coffee table.

“Don’t speak of what?” Matt asked.

“None of your business,” Ellie waggled her finger at him. He shrugged and I sat down next to Louis. Mum then came out and sat next to Dad.

“They haven’t asked you every detail about your personal life yet?” I asked him.

He laughed. “I’m fine, Pheebs. Seriously this is a cake walk to what I’ve had to go through in the past.”

“Did you say cake?” Ellie asked, stopping her conversation with Matt.

Ellie was like a puppy dog. You know how sometimes when you say walk they get all excited and they jump around?

Well, she’s like that with cake.

“No, he said cake walk,” I said, shooting her a grin.

“Oh,” she said, looking crestfallen. “Anyway, Louis, what do you do?”

“I’m a cursebreaker at Gringotts,” he said, smiling at her.

“Wow, that sounds hard,” she gushed.

I rolled my eyes at her and Matt poked her. Louis chuckled awkwardly. “It’s not that bad, a lot of the time, I just look through gold and if it feels weird or does something I usually just have to perform a few spells. Not many things have curses anymore but when my dad was young, they had to be extra careful because curses were everywhere in those days.”

She nodded and Matt asked, “A mate of mine works at Gringotts, Stephen Turpin?”

Louis scrunched his face adorably. “Er… no I don’t think I know him. What level is he in?”

Matt thought about it. “I think this is his first year actually… First or second, I can’t remember.”

“Oh, yeah I don’t work with the first years. I won’t bother with the technical names but I’m like an eighth year or something,” Louis laughed.

“Eighth year?” Dad asked, looking shocked.

“Yeah, been there since I was nineteen,” he nodded at him.

“YOU’RE TWENTY SEVEN?!” Ellie shrieked.

“Er… twenty six, my birthday isn’t ‘till November,” he said, ruffling his hair up slightly. I tried not to swoon.

“You look great for twenty six!” Mum exclaimed.

“Thanks,” he grinned. I slowly reached out for a cracker.

“I would have never guessed that you’re twenty six,” Dad said, frowning. Matt was also frowning.

Oh gosh, don’t tell me they’re about to go off at me for dating a guy heaps older than me.

“A lot of people say that,” he laughed, giving me a grin. I would have grinned back but my mouth was full of cracker and cheese so I settled for a smile with no teeth.

I probably looked like a creepy old man.

“So then why are you dating someone as young as my sister?” Matt asked rudely.

“Matt!” I exclaimed, spitting cheese and cracker everywhere. I clapped a hand to my mouth and quickly chewed. Mum looked so ashamed, Dad was torn between being disproving at Matt and laughing at me and Ellie smacked my brother across the head.

Good girl.

“Oops, sorry,” I apologised. Louis just laughed and wiped the crumbs off his shirt.

“Matt, it’s none of your business how old my boyfriend is, I’m of age so don’t moan and whine about it,” I said sternly (after I’d swallowed my food of course).

Matt, disgruntled, folded his arms. “The last guy was a tool; I don’t want the same thing happening to you, Bee.”

Louis said, “I don’t want to sound big-headed or anything, but I’m pretty sure I’m not a tool and I won’t hurt your sister. I have two sisters; I know how you feel mate.”


Matt stared at him for a bit but then was satisfied with his answer. I wanted to smack him but I refrained from doing so. After a few awkward chats about jobs and careers, Mum finally said, “Should we have lunch now?”

We all nodded eagerly and walked back into the house. Matt beckoned me and I came, folding my arms stubbornly.

“Look, I’m sorry, Bee. It’s just nearly every guy you’ve been with are jerks and I don’t want the same thing to happen to you. I worry about you,” he admitted.

I ruffled his red hair. “Don’t be worried about me. Louis is a really nice guy. And I can handle myself, so you don’t need to go all ‘protector’ mode on me.”

He looked at me. “Yes, I do. I’m your brother, that’s what brothers do.” He shot me a grin and I couldn’t help but smile back at him. I was so close with my brother, growing up we never had any cousins so it was always just me and him.

“Come here,” he gestured for a hug and I obliged.

“You’re still a git, though,” I said, smiling up at him. He rolled his eyes and I said, “Come on, let’s go back inside.”

He nodded and let go of me. When we went inside, Ellie was staring up at Louis creepily and asking him a lot of questions.

Matt grumbled and I laughed, “Ellie, you okay?”

“Of course, why?” she responded brightly.

“Because you were bloody staring at him like a creep,” Matt grumbled.

Ellie shrugged unabashedly. “What’s wrong with that? He’s good-looking,” she turned to him. “I’m sorry, but you are, and I can’t help staring at you.”

Louis laughed nervously and I rolled my eyes. “Ellie, please stop.”

“Yes, please stop because your amazing fiancé is not happy with it,” Matt said pointedly.

She rolled her eyes. “Matt, you know you’re my special fella, but that doesn’t mean I can’t stare at other guys.”

Matt looked outraged and Ellie said, “What? You stare at other girls, why can’t I stare at other guys?”

“I don’t stare at other girls,” Matt said immediately. Ellie snorted.

“Okay then.” Matt looked like he was going to protest but Mum said, “Lunch is ready.”

I walked in and said, “I’m sorry for Ellie, she doesn’t understand that most people don’t like being stared at.”

Louis laughed. “It’s fine, seriously, she was very upfront about it though.”

I sighed, “She is. Do you want some chicken?” He nodded but before I could grab it, Matt quickly grabbed it.

“Damn,” I sighed.

“We’ll get it after him,” Louis said, raising his eyebrows.

I shook my head. “Yeah I know, but Matt usually takes half the plate and then we get those tiny little legs.”

“Aah,” he nodded understandingly. “That’s like at my place, if you don’t get it fast enough, you don’t get it at all. It’s like a fight for the death at Christmas.”

I laughed and Matt passed the chicken to Louis. Louis put some on my plate and then put some on his plate. After we had put everything we wanted on our plates, Mum grabbed Dad and Ellie’s hands.

“Okay, now I’d like to say thanks,” she began. I wanted to groan. They did this to every boyfriend I brought over.

“Mu-” I started to say but Dad cut me off.

“Louis, did you want to say thanks?” Ellie and Matt looked up, with completely straight faces.

He blinked and said, “I – er… I don’t-”

“Guys, do-” I started saying but I got interrupted again.

“You don’t say thanks?” Ellie asked, appalled.

He shook his head and I said, “Don’t liste-”

“I thought you were a good bloke, Louis,” Matt said disapprovingly.

“Sto-” I started getting frustrated.

“Phoebe, if he doesn’t say thanks before he eats, I don’t think you can be with him,” Dad said in his ‘I’m-the-parent-what-I-say-goes’ tone.

I rolled my eyes. “Ignore them, Louis! They do this to all the time, we’re not religious or anything, they just like to freak people out.” Everyone groaned at me.

“Party pooper,” Ellie pouted at me.

“Oh, look the bother that I had just flew out the window,” I said, grinning at Ellie. She tried to keep her angry face on but failed and burst out laughing.

Louis visibly relaxed, “Oh thank God, I thought I would have had to make a prayer up or something. That would’ve been embarrassing.”

“Aw, Bee, that would have been hilarious!” Matt said sadly.

I shot him a grin. “Too late. Now let’s just eat.” Mum and Dad laughed at his disappointed face.

We started eating and everyone was very curious about Louis. Luckily they stopped being so personal and asked him normal things like normal human beings.

“Louis, do you prefer lavender scented candles or vanilla scented candles?” Ellie asked him.

Guess I spoke too soon.

“Er…” he looked at me confusedly and I mouthed, ‘sorry’ at him. “Vanilla?”

“Good,” she simply said and returned to her food.

What goes through that girls mind, I have no idea.

I think it may be a monkey with cymbals that flips every second beat.

“Bee?” I snapped out of monkeys playing musical instruments and tried to pay attention.

“I’m sorry, what?” The table all sniggered.

Mum smiled at me. “How’s Auror training?”

“It’s been good, Mum. Apparently they might let some of us become Auror’s soon,” I said happily.

She beamed. “That’s great, honey!”

I smiled and nodded. “Hopefully I’m one of them, I’m sick of working at Flying Flobberworm.”

Louis snorted. “Wait, that’s the name of the restaurant?”

“Yup,” I nodded. “It’s the worst name in the world, isn’t it?” He nodded and laughed.

It went quiet, save for the scrapes of the food and crunching, but then Dad had to go and say some weird donkey fact.

“Did you know that due to the placement of its eyes, a donkey can see all its hooves at once?”

“Dad! No one cares about your donkey facts!” I sighed.

He ignored me. “Has everyone finished their lunch?” he asked, looking at all our plates.

“Yes, Dad, we’ve all finished our lunch. Why?” I asked curiously.

He grinned. “Follow me!” I stood up, put the plates in the kitchen and followed Dad outside, with the others close behind.

Mum was bouncing excitedly and it made me wonder what they were up to. Matt looked at me confusedly and Dad announced proudly,

“I’d like to show you my ass.”

“DAD!” I said, outraged. Louis and Ellie both paled and Mum started shaking with laughter.

He chuckled heartily and then pulled the door of his shed to reveal a donkey.

Oh my gosh.

“You got a donkey?!” Matt asked incredulously.

I started laughing with Mum as Dad said proudly, “Yes I did. I won him at a pub!”

“What pubs do you go to?” Matt asked curiously.

Ellie snapped up. “No, you do not, Matt! You are not bringing an animal to our place!”

Matt looked crestfallen. He inherited Dad’s love of donkeys, but he didn’t feel the need to bring them up in every conversation he had.

Thank goodness.

“Look I named him Burrito! It means ‘little donkey’ in Spanish!” he said excitedly, patting the donkeys head.

Matt rushed up and started patting him as well. “Isn’t a burrito a Mexican food dish?” Matt asked happily.

Dad nodded. “Yeah, but I looked it up and it also means ‘little donkey’. I thought it was cute.”

“It is cute, Dad,” I laughed. “But I’m not going anywhere near him.”

“Aw, why not?” he asked, looking put-out.

“Because it’s an ass! I’m not touching it!” I said, taking an involuntary step back.

Louis nudged me. “Come on, go pat little Burrito! Look how cute he is!”

Dad asked him, “Do you want to pet him? You’re more than welcome!”

He shrugged and walked up to the donkey. He started patting him and he then turned to me.

“Come on, Pheebs! Come pat little Burrito, he won’t hurt you – argh!” he got cut off because Burrito head-butted him in the ‘downstairs’ region, if you get my drift.

He leaned forward and I rushed to him. “Are you okay?!”

Dad was scolding Burrito. “NO! Burrito! You do not do that! Bad, Burrito!”

Louis nodded and scrunched up his face. I fluffed around because, well… I couldn’t really do anything to help.

“Do you want some ice?” Mum asked.

“Nah, I’ll be good,” he winced. Matt was trying not to laugh and Ellie came round to smack him in the back of the head.

“You know, you could always kiss it better,” she whispered into my ear. I went bright red and she giggled.

“What are you giggling about?” Matt asked, narrowing his eyes.

“None of your business, Matt! You know that when Bee and I talk, you don’t ever get to know anything!” Ellie folded her arms.

He sighed. “So I’ll never know?”

“Never ever, ever, ever, ever,” I said determinedly. “Louis, are you sure you don’t want ice or anything?”

He nodded and I led him to a chair. “This just got really awkward, didn’t it?” he asked me, with a forced smile.

I laughed. “Just a bit, are you sure you’re okay?”

He rolled his eyes. “Yes, I’m fine. Sadly, I’ve felt this pain before and I survived, so you don’t need to worry about me.”

I rolled my own eyes and kissed his cheek. “I’m very sorry for Burrito’s actions, Louis,” Dad said, sitting down on the chair opposite us.

“It’s okay, I’ll live,” Louis said.

“Hmm… maybe getting a donkey was a bad idea,” Dad pondered.

“NO! Burrito is the best idea you’ve ever had, Dad!” Matt protested. Ellie grumbled because she knew Matt has wanted a donkey all his life.

Mum laughed and Dad said, “Okay, he wasn’t a bad idea… Maybe I should train him then!”

“Er… Mark?” Ellie asked tentatively, “You do know that you can’t train a donkey?”

“Nonsense,” Dad waved her off. “If you can train a horse, you can train a donkey!”

Ellie looked worried but Mum assured her, “Don’t worry. When he gets hurt, you can say ‘I told you so’.”

We all laughed and Dad said indignantly, “How do you that I’ll get hurt?”

“Because dear,” Mum said fondly. “You couldn’t even discipline our children!”

“Hey!” Matt and I chorused.

Mum shrugged. “Not that you needed disciplining much, but when you did, he would usually take you to the zoo or something,” she sighed and shook her head. “And then you would do it again so you could go to the zoo again.”

Matt and I grinned. Getting ‘punished’ by Dad was fun. He didn’t understand that drawing on the walls was a bad thing, that throwing vegetables isn’t a good idea because food fights weren’t part of the normal dinner routine and that when Mum counts down to three, you were in serious trouble and it wasn't just a counting game.

I love my dad.

“Should I get the baby photos out?” Mum asked, clapping her hands excitedly.
Matt and I both said, “No!” but Louis and Ellie nodded happily. Dad shrugged.

“Excellent,” Mum said as she started getting up. “I’ll be back in a mo.”

I pulled on her arm. “Mum, no. Please don’t.”

“Why not?” she asked, looking put-out.

“Yeah, Pheebs. Why not?” Louis asked me grinning with mirth.

I scowled at him. He gave me another heart-melting grin and Matt said, “Because no one wants to see those photos, Mum!”

“I do!” Ellie interjected.

“Yeah, well you’re no one,” Matt said, giving her a kiss on the cheek. She pushed him off, looking outraged.

“Susan, get those photos right now! I’m going to have a little fun,” she said mysteriously.

Matt’s face dropped. “You wouldn’t dare!”

Mum laughed and summoned the albums. I groaned, why were my parents so embarrassing?

Ellie said, “Can I please have Matt’s album? I need to duplicate some of these photos,” she said, shooting my brother a smirk.

“Mum, whatever you do, don’t give-” He stopped when Mum gave Ellie the album.

“I’m sorry what didn’t you want me to give Ellie?” Mum asked, grinning. Dad threw Louis my photo album.

“NO!” I said, lunging for it. Louis grabbed it before me.

“Come on, I’m sure you were cute!” he said, flicking through some of the pages. “Oh look! You are cute! Look at that grumpy face!”

I tried not laughing but I couldn’t help it. As a kid, I hated my photo being taken. I would always scowl, frown and look down-right grumpy.

“She never liked her photos taken,” Mum said fondly. Ellie was smacking Matt’s hand away from the album.

Louis laughed out loud. “Is she flipping you off in this photo?”

I blushed. I remember seeing a man do it in the shops so I decided to do it to Mum as she took my photo.

I’d never seen Mum so angry.

“Yes,” I laughed. “I saw someone do it and I didn’t realise how bad it was.”

Louis laughed even louder, “Can I please duplicate this photo? It’s hilarious!”

I shrugged. “Sure, what would you use it for though?”

He quickly duplicated it. “Dunno, it’s cute though.”

We went through every photo and by the end of it; Ellie had a whole other album because she duplicated so many photos.

Matt wasn’t happy at all.

“Why are you so grumpy about it?” I asked him curiously.

Ellie grinned. “Because they’re going to pop up at the wedding!”

I must have looked like Christmas had come early because Ellie nodded excitedly.

“Oh this will be fun!” Mum said, clapping her hands.

Dad clapped Matt on the shoulder. “Son, you’ll learn that women always get their way, no matter what. And when you think you’ve finally gotten your way, BAM! They’ve twisted it to suit them.”

Mum flicked Dad on the head and Louis snorted. “You don’t think that’s true, do you Louis?” Mum asked him.

“Er… I kind of do… sorry. With my mum and my sisters, it was their way or the highway so Dad and I just let them get away with it eventually.”

“See!” Mum turned to Dad. “You should be letting me get my way!”

Dad rolled his eyes. “Now because we have Burrito I’ll let you get your own way.”

Mum winked at me and Ellie. We both grinned back.

I actually love my family.


“That wasn’t so bad,” Louis said, holding the door open for me.

I nodded and walked into his flat. “It actually wasn’t, but I’m sorry about the donkey.”

He shrugged and started heading to the kitchen. “It’s no big deal, I’m fine now. Do you want a drink?”

“Yes please,” I said smiling at him. “Just a water will do.”

He nodded and poured me a glass of water. I sat down on his couch and he sat down next to me. “Hey, Louis?” I said after I’d had a sip.


“Is it weird that we’ve only known each other for about two weeks, yet I’m really comfortable around you?” I bit my lip nervously.

He shook his head. “Nah, it’s the same for me. It must be my ridiculously high level of awesome-ness.”

I snorted and he pulled me in close. “If it isn’t my awesome-ness, then what is it?”

I pretended to think about it and he pressed a kiss to my neck. “My hilarious sense of humor?” I shook my head. “Amazing personality?” He made a trail of kisses to my jawbone. “Looks? Abs? Or is it some other skill?”

He winked at me and I giggled. “I don’t know, I don’t think you’re up to scratch. We may have to practice more. You know what they say, practice makes perfect.”

“I’m already perfect babe,” he said, before pressing his lips to mine.

Oh how I agree.

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