|I Think We're Alone Now
Author: Ghostwriter PM
A couple meets in secret.Rated: Fiction K - English - Romance - Words: 336 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 2 - Published: 10-10-07 - Status: Complete - id: 3828934
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I THINK WE'RE ALONE NOW
Got the idea while watchin' an ep of Nash Bridges, which belongs to Carlton Cuse and Don Johnson. Not after any particular ep.
Evan Cortez looked around furtively. Good. No one was watching. He snuck to the back of the S.I.U. building. Then, he leaned against the wall in a nervous, but casual gesture, waiting. At the same time, a young college student was also sneaking towards the back of the building. Seeing the officer, she grinned and came up behind him. He jumped and turned around.
"Whoa! Geez! Don't do that," he scolded softly. Cassidy Bridges giggled.
"Hey, it's not my fault you're so jumpy," she told him. She leaned forward and kissed him, and he pulled her into a loving embrace.
"Did anybody see you?" Evan checked between kisses.
"Nope. I was total stealth," Cassidy replied. "What about you? Anybody gonna be looking?" she queried.
"I'm on my break," Evan replied.
"Good. That means we have some time," Cassidy noted. Evan chuckled as the girl's lips tickled his neck.
"Come on, baby. You know what it does to me," he reminded her.
"I know. Why do you think I do it?" she responded with a mischievous grin.
"You are evil. Absolutely evil," he stated.
"Evil is as evil does, baby," she told him. They kissed. Just then, they heard voices. They looked at each other. They were about to get caught!
"Quick! This way!" Evan hissed, grabbing her arm. They silently took off. Finally, they stopped.
"Okay, I think---" Evan's voice trailed off as Cassidy suddenly tripped over a loose piece of gravel. He tried to catch her, but they both ended up falling to the ground. Cassidy gave a gasping laugh and Evan put a finger to her lips, reminding her to be quiet.
"You okay?" he checked.
"Yeah, I'm all right," she assured him. He leaned towards her and they kissed, losing themselves into each other.