When Remy got back to the mansion, he wasn't up for any small talk with anyone. All he wanted was to get to Rogue as soon as possible so that they could finally talk things out in a civilized manner.

As he headed for the stairs, he stopped once, narrowing his eyes angrily. Whirling around, he looked over at Jean.

"What the hell is wrong with you?!" he shouted, making everyone look at him in surprise. "You can't get into my mind, so just stop it!" With that said, he turned and went up the stairs, leaving Jean blushing a deep crimson.

Remy walked by Rogue's room door, heading for Kurt's first. Setting his bags down, he knocked on the door, waiting for Kurt to answer. When he didn't, he simply opened the door and he found Kurt lounging on his bed, his eyes closed as he listened to music on headphones.

Sighing softly, Remy walked up and lightly tapped Kurt's shoulder. Opening his eyes, Kurt looked at Remy and removed his headphones slowly with his tail.

"So, you've come back." He said, removing his headphones, filling the room with the sound of Mozart*.

"I wanted to talk to you first." Remy said, sitting down beside him.

"And why is that?" Kurt asked, tilting his head to one side.

"I wanted to say I was sorry. I messed up your plans to get me and Rogue back together. I don't think it can be saved either, but I'm going to give it a try."

"Logan got to you?"

"Oh yeah." Kurt chuckled, shaking his head a bit.

"Well then, I think that you should go up to see Rogue. She's up on the roof." Kurt directed, getting his headphones out again. "I'm sure she would be glad to see you." With that, he slipped his headphones back on and he closed his eyes, leaning his head back a bit.

"Thanks for the pep talk, mon ami." Remy laughed, shaking his head and leaving the room. ***
He found Rogue sitting on the roof, the wind playing with her hair lightly. He stood silent for a while, watching her sitting down, and the light of the sun silhouetted her frame.

Oh yes, he really wanted her back.

Clearing his throat loudly, Remy slowly walked up and he sat down beside Rogue.

"Hey, chere." He said, looking up at the sky.

"Logan threatened to kill you?" Rogue asked. Remy laughed softly.

"Well, he woke me up actually." He said, rubbing the back of his head a bit.

"Did YOU want to come back?" she asked.

"Yes, but I was just too stubborn to say it." Remy admitted. "It was like, I wanted you, but you didn't want me. So when you DID want me, I didn't want to just jump up and go back to you because you didn't want me when I wanted you. Do you understand?"

"You sounded like Jubilee just then." Rogue laughed softly. "All you had to do was add a few hundred likes throughout that!"

"I was being an asshole." Remy said. "Is that better?"

"I guess." Rogue shrugged. "But I did worse to you."

"Yes, you did." Remy nodded. Rogue looked from the sky to Remy, her eyes sparkling a bit in hope.

"Do you think we can save this thing or what?" she asked.

"That depends." Remy said. "I can't forgive you so easily for Antarctica, or shooting me down by comparing me to a Nazi either. I don't think I'll ever be able to do it either.

"But that doesn't mean we can't try to save it. I'm not sure if I'll be able to forgive you, Rogue. That doesn't mean we can't be a couple and work through our problems does it?" he asked, tilting his head to one side as he looked at her.

Rogue looked Remy in the eyes and she slowly smiled, nodding a bit.

"I don't expect you to just forgive me at the drop of the hat. I think we can fix this relationship, Rems." She said. Slowly, she leaned forward and she pressed her lips to his, closing her eyes.

The two stayed on the roof of the mansion for the rest of the day.
The End.

*The music from the attack in the White House...Yeah...