|Yes Sir 2: The Cold Flames
Author: BrokenHearts159 PM
Sequel to the first story, Yes Sir. Based on the movie Iron Man 2. I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING!Rated: Fiction T - English - Friendship/Family - A. E. Stark/Tony - Chapters: 12 - Words: 11,622 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 12 - Follows: 8 - Updated: 02-06-13 - Published: 07-30-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8376289
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I lay on my stomach on my bed, glass windows to the left that over looked the ocean. There was a knock on the bedroom door.
"Mr. Stark is at the door, Mrs. Pricing." Jarvis said.
"Let him in." I said and Jarvis unlocked the door and opened it to allow Tony in. He had a maroon button up shirt with the top four buttons opened and black dress pants. He wore a Jaeger watch on his left wrist. He came strolling in with a piece of cake on a plate in one hand and a present with a blue bow on it in the other hand. I pushed papers to the left side of the bed so Tony could sit down as I sat up. I closed my chemistry book and tossed it onto the papers.
"Happy Birthday." He said as he handed me the piece of cake. It was a layered ice cream cake. He set the present on the floor next to the bed.
"Thank you," I said, setting the cake on the nightstand.
"What are you doing here?" Tony asked, looking at all the books and papers on my bed.
"Trying to replace Palladium."
"We've tried everything."
"There has to be a combination we missed. What's our palladium concentration?"
"It doesn't matter."
"It doesn't matter."
"90%, Ma'am." I hung my head in disappointed and saw my reactor green.
"Guess we now know what green means." Tony whispered.
"Yeah." I took a deep breath and my reactor returned to its natural blue color. It was silence for a couple of moments.
"Well, I better go get the party started." Tony said as he stood up and walked out the door. The door closed and locked. I leaned over and picked the package up from the floor. I carefully tore the blue bow and wrapping off to reveal a long black box. I opened the lid slowly and saw a note and a sapphire choker necklace. I opened the note and it read 'yes the sapphires are real'. I smiled big as a tear of happiness rolled down my right cheek. I picked the necklace up and admired it. Happiness starting drowning me from the inside.