|Thats the beat of the heart
Author: Twilightxxisnear PM
Set before the movie. Beltzer and Haynes have a complicated relationship. Haynes has a hard time sharing her feelings, and Beltzer has a hard time NOT sharing his feelings. Can they still chase Tornados together? I suck at summaries please read its good.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 2 - Words: 2,283 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 3 - Updated: 02-06-09 - Published: 02-03-09 - Status: Complete - id: 4838301
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Okay this is mostly Beltzer/Haynes. I absolutely love Twister, so please please please Review my story! I love getting feedback, it makes me want to write more, so if I get at least one review on this chapter I will update the second I read it!! Thanks guys! Love 33
Haynes stared up at the night sky searching for star constellations and pointing out satellites for the boys.
"There's the little dipper, and there's the big…" She said.
"Haynes you have already showed us a million times." Dusty barked back.
The storm chasers were cleaning up there equipment and watching the Doppler before they turned in for the night at the motel they practically lived at. Jo and Bill were at it again, arguing about who's fault it was that they didn't get close enough to the F1 they seen that day. And all the guys naturally were listening in and learning what NOT to say to a woman. Haynes thought it was just wrong to eavesdrop on them so she quickly finished up her readings and headed back towards her room without saying goodnight. She was almost to her room when she heard someone call her.
"Hey wait up. Geez you walk to fast girl." Beltzer said from behind her.
Haynes stopped walking and turned to talk to him.
"Hey Beltzer, what's up?"
"Well I was wondering if you wanted to come back to my room and…"
"And what play Jenga?"
"Ha ha cute Haynes. Do you want to watch a movie or something?"
"You know what I mean. Get your mind out of the gutter girl."
Haynes smiled and thought about it for a moment. If she said yes she would get all the sarcastic remarks from Dusty. But if she said no then she would be all alone for the rest of the night and probably hurt Beltzer's feelings.
"Sure why not just give me a second so I can grab something from my room."
"Well why don't we just go to your room since we already here."
"You don't want to go to me and Dusty's room anyways. I think there is stuff growing. See you have it so easy, you always get to room alone." Beltzer said as they walked up to her room.
"It's not too much fun. Gets a little lonely sometimes."
"Well why didn't you tell me? You would be much better to room with then Dusty."
"Yeah that'd be a little awkward."
"Oh come on I won't peek." Beltzer smiled and laughed.
"Shut up Beltzer." She smiled at him and he smiled back.
Haynes pulled the key to her room out and opened the door. They walked in and Haynes quickly rushed around the room trying to clean up.
"I really don't ever have time to organize when there are storms to chase."
"Believe me this is not half as bad as our room."
Beltzer sat on the bed and watched her run around the room throwing clothes in a suitcase and stacking books on the table.
"Really Haynes, sit down, relax. It's just me. You don't have to clean up for me."
She stopped throwing things and just settled for folding her clothes when he said that.
"So what'd you think about that twister yesterday? I know it was only an F1 but it was still pretty amazing."
Beltzer sighed and laid back on the bed.
"Yeah…yeah it was pretty amazing Haynes."
"It's Lisa in here…you can call me Lisa."
Beltzer sat straight up and looked at her.
"Wow you're really going to let me use your real name for once?"
"Yeah I like it when people use my name. It makes me feel feminine. Ha ha."
Beltzer smiled and laughed. "Well maybe if you weren't tougher and smarter then all of us you would feel more girly."
"I have never and will never be girly. I just want to fit in with you and the guys. I don't want to be treated different because I am a woman."
Beltzer stood up and walked towards Haynes. He gently placed his hand on her cheek and looked deep into her eyes.
"Now why would you want to fit in with us when clearly you were born to stand out."
He caressed her cheek for a minute until Haynes freaked out and quickly walked to the chair at the opposite side of the room and sat down.
"So what do you want to watch?" She asked.
Beltzer sat back down on the bed and said it didn't matter. Haynes started flipping through the channels until she found something that looked decent enough. They both sat there staring at the TV though neither of them were actually paying attention.
"Hey I'm sorry."
"Sorry for what?"
"Freaking you out, I couldn't help it."
"You didn't freak me out. Not at all. I just don't want something to happen that you'll regret later."
"Why would you ever think that? I would never ever regret anything that has to do with you. You're amazing Lisa and I'm just trying to find a way to show you that."
Haynes was so shocked she didn't even know what to say. When she finally pulled herself together there was a knock at the door. She walked over to open the door and there stood Dusty, with an equal amount of shock on his face. He looked over towards Beltzer and began to speak.
"Hey guys. Sorry to interrupt whatever was ABOUT to happen but we have an F3 and we gotta get moving." Dusty said with a smug look on his face.
"Dusty we were just talking." Beltzer said as he stood up and headed towards the door.
Dusty smiled at them and walked back to the "Barn Burner" to get set up.
"Well we better get moving." Haynes said as she grabbed a few things and walked back towards the door where Beltzer was still standing. "We'll talk later on okay?"
"Yeah sure that's fine." They both walked out the door and towards their van and Beltzer shouted out, "Let's go catch us a Twister!"